Hormone imbalances can actually cause a wide range of health problems and concerns in women. In fact, hormonal problems can affect female patients of all ages, particularly older ones. Symptoms related to hormone imbalances might typically include:

  • Hot flashes
  • Fluctuating body temperature (sensitivity to cold and heat)
  • Changes in metabolism (weight gain or loss)
  • Insomnia
  • Dry skin or rashes
  • Weak bones
  • Changes in blood sugar
  • Irritability/anxiety
  • Depression
  • Headaches/migraines
  • Blurry vision
  • Breast tenderness and more

One of the most pressing issues for women experiencing these and other symptoms is the fact that they aren’t always reconciled with hormonal causes. Women might often get an erroneous diagnosis, which in turn, might lead to therapies that are not effective, and can even bring about more side effects.

On the other hand, many of these symptoms could actually be reconnected to hormonal imbalance.

Why do some women experience hormonal imbalances?

Generally speaking, women are more at risk of experiencing hormonal imbalance disorder when compared to men. This is due to the fact that women have different endocrine organs and different cycles, which depend on hormones for regulation and balance.

Hormonal imbalances in women might be caused by a wide variety of reasons. Older women might not be able to produce hormones quite as efficiently as they age.

For this reason, the body loses the optimal hormonal level, causing a wide variety of issues and preventing some of the most important bodily systems from working as they should.

Even younger women can experience hormonal balance disorders, especially if they regularly use birth control medications, which might cause some issues, including irregular period and mood swings.

Some women might also experience hormonal imbalances during and after pregnancies as well as during the breastfeeding phase of motherhood. Young mothers might often experience the postpartum blues – essentially depression and mood disorders in the weeks or months immediately after birthing their offspring. This might be a consequence of hormonal changes as well.

Hormone imbalance in women can be treated using bioidentical hormone pellet therapy – a way to supplement the natural production of hormones with bio-identical hormones administered to the patient in the form of a pallet implant, which releases hormones periodically through the day, every day.

This solution with HormoneLogicMD is safe, painless and non-invasive, providing hormonal stability that could help resolve or even prevent many of the aforementioned issues if related to hormonal imbalances.

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