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The menopause refers to that time in every woman’s life when her periods stop and her ovaries lose their reproductive function. Usually, this occurs between the ages of 45 and 55, but in a few exceptional cases women may become menopausal in their 30s, or even younger. This is then known as a premature menopause, or premature ovarian failure.
For many women there is a tremendous void in treatment of menopause symptoms. Hot flashes and mood swings are just the tip of the iceberg. Some of the earlier signs of symptoms of estrogen deficiency are frequent waking at night, mental fogginess, short-term retention problems, loss of energy, irritability, depression, and lack of enjoyment of sexual activity.
Growth Hormone Therapy (HGH)
From the time women enter puberty until the end of the last menstrual period every woman is aware of the ebb and flow of constant hormonal changes in her body. This complex interplay of HGH hormones continues until she reaches her late 40’s or early 50’s. HGH Hormone replacement therapy offers a solution to the many physical symptoms of menopause.
For women, imbalances in the adrenal system can contribute to problems with the nervous and immune systems, body composition difficulties, blood sugar irregularities, and high androgen levels. The professionals at Hormone Logics are here to help relieve women’s symptoms of Adrenal Imbalance. Contact Us today for more information.
Thyroid Function Imbalance
Thyroid hormones control the female body’s metabolism. The brain produces thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) which triggers the thyroid gland to produce two types of hormones T4 and T3. In hypothyroidism, the female body has inadequate levels of the thyroid hormones. This often leads to imbalances in relation to other hormones. Hyperthyroidism is a less common condition that exists when excess thyroid hormones are present. Because every cell of the body is affected by thyroid hormones, symptoms of imbalances are often varied and affect multiple body systems.