It’s tied to aging and meant for people over 35. It involves the use of hormones to resolve symptoms related to hormonal imbalance or decline in hormonal production. BHRT also protects against osteoporosis and heart disease.
Specifically, BHRT’s goal is to safely and effectively increase or balance hormones centered around reproduction and youth. Those hormones include estrogen, progesterone and sometimes testosterone. The hormones are natural, making them more easily metabolized and more effective than synthetic hormones.
So, who is a candidate for BHRT and who isn’t?
There are many signs that a woman’s hormones are shifting. Those signs include: menstrual cycles gradually ending, thinning hair, lowered sex drive, weight gain, exhaustion, insomnia, fatigue, dryer skin, body temperature changes, difficulty sleeping and cognitive changes.
The benefits of BHRT are numerous. BHRT improves energy, sleep and sex drive; it decreases hot flashes, night sweats and mood swings.
Consumers will notice increased energy levels, enhanced mental clarity and improved ability to lose weight.
BHRT isn’t just for the ladies. Men seeking to solve loss of muscle mass, reduced libido, depression, fatigue or anxiety also are great candidates.
Finally, BHRT is simple and long-term. Services are based on existing hormone levels and determined by health history, current symptoms and lab tests.
Pellets are placed under the skin and hormones are steadily released into the blood over the next several months. Thus, because there’s slow absorption of the pellet into the bloodstream, continuous therapeutic levels are provided for 3-4 months after a single insertion.
Rest assured, with BHRT, women won’t have to deal with the side effects that testosterone treatments have. Don’t expect acne, hair loss, voice deepening, loss of breast tissue or hair growth.
So, who’s ready for BHRT?
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