Hormone Therapies

Progesterone

  • It is a hormone that is produced in the ovaries and ceases production after menopause.
  • It acts as a natural anti-inflammatory agent, a brain protector in both sexes at all ages; it is a "natural Ambien"
  • New science suggests that it helps protect the breast and uterus from cancer, prevents osteoporosis, fibrocystic disease and ovarian cysts.
  • It has proven to be very beneficial in the treatment of premenstrual symptoms such as mood swings, headaches and migraines.

Estrogen

  • It is produced in the ovaries, adrenal glands, and adipose tissues. It ceases production after menopause.
  • Protects against heart disease, Stroke, Alzheimer's, and other memory disorders.
  • It helps prevent bone loss and works alongside Vitamin D and other hormones to form new bones. Estrogen's contribution to the body is key to preventing osteoporosis in the future.
  • The imbalance if this hormone can cause hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, vaginal dryness, migraine exacerbation, and irregular menstrual cycles.

Testosterone

  • This hormone is produced in the sexual organs of men and woman and some in the adrenal glands.
  • It has been shown that psychological doses of this hormone are not only safe, but also protective. Recent studies show that people with higher testosterone levels live longer and have healthier lives.
  • Can improve the mood and the general sense of well-being.

Its positive effects include:

  • Weight loss, muscle gain, and improved overall body composition.
  • Overall strengthening of bones.
  • Increase libido and sexual performance.
  • Helps prevent cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, high cholesterol, and arthritis.
  • Improves cognitive function and overall general mood.
  • Improves skin tone and body's healing ability.

Melatonin

  • This hormone is produced in the pineal gland located in the brain.
  • Helps regulate your sleep and wake cycles, but its natural levels decrease with age. Some individuals produce very small amounts and others do not produce it.
  • Because it is reach in antioxidants and has an enhancing effect in your immune system, it serves as a protector against chronic diseases and specific conditions.

Thyroid

  • The thyroid gland releases hormones to control our metabolism, which affects how our body uses energy.
  • The thyroid collaborates with other hormones to improve the feeling of general well-being.
  • It affects the breakdown of fats in our body and reduces our cholesterol levels.
  • Serves as a protector for heart conditions.
  • Very high(hyperthyroidism) or low (hypothyroidism) levels of thyroid hormones will affect your daily life.