CYNTHIA ANDERSON: What is Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy (BHRT)?

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As we age, many hormone levels naturally start to decline. Hormonal imbalances not only trigger fat storage and weight gain (and WHERE you store it…), they also cause many other nasty symptoms like anxiety, depression, mood swings, decreased libido, brain fog, migraines, muscle loss, cellulite and burn-outs.

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy is a natural plant based hormone that is exactly like the hormones we make ourselves. Each person has their own hormone blueprint that is be best for them. Levels of hormones can be measured and adjusted to match each blueprint. Bio-Identical Hormones are formulated by compounding pharmacists in more convenient, effective forms than standard drugstore brands. Being able to individualize a dose is superior to other traditional “one size fits all” synthetic hormone therapy, having more health benefits and fewer side effects. What we now know is that much of the deterioration of aging is preventable with hormone replacement therapy.

“While all my patients have individual needs, I find we all have one thing in common. Everyone wants to be healthier and have more energy! My functional approach to medicine is to help each patient reach their optimal goal and feel better by helping heal their bodies. I show them how to age gracefully, naturally and experience a better quality of life. The best medication is the one you don’t have to take!”

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