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Why Test Hormone Levels?

Why Test Hormone Levels?

The Endocrine System uses vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids to make powerful chemical messengers called hormones.  Hormones communicate with themselves and other internal body systems, making them essential for maintaining physical and mental health.  An imbalance of any one hormone can throw your physical and mental health out of balance, causing aggravating and even serious health problems.

 

Men Experiencing:

• Decreased libido

• Erectile dysfunction

• Loss of stamina

• Decrease in mental sharpness

• Reduced muscle size

• Tearful episodes or increased moodiness

• Metabolic syndrome

• Prostate enlargement or cancer

• Hot flashes

• Irritability

• Elevated lipids (Cholesterol/Triglycerides)

• Insomnia

• Fatigue

• High blood sugar

• Weight gain

• Body hair loss

• Problems concentrating

 

Girls/Women Experiencing:

• Hot flashes

• Anxiety/Depression

• Fatigue

• Night sweats

• Breast tenderness

• Irritability

• High blood sugar

• Problems concentrating

• Forgetfulness

• Elevated blood lipids  (Cholesterol Triglycerides)

• Irregular menstrual cycles

• Vaginal dryness

• Urinary incontinence

• Uterine fibroids

• Increased facial / body hair

• Acne

• Insomnia

• Thyroid Dysfunction

 

These symptoms if persisting for more than three months, may indicade a possible hormone imbalance.  For decades coventional medicine has prescribed Hormone Replacement Therapy such as testosterone cream, birth control, and estrogen as if everyone needed the same thing and the same amount. Nothing could be further from the truth! Your hormones are like your fingerprints and in order to achieve optimal health, testing is needed to know what your specific imbalances are.

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