Aging is a mystery. You can’t control it, choose for it to stop, or halt the calendar from moving forward one day at a time. You start to see outward signs, like new wrinkles in your skin, unintended weight gain, and gray strands in your hair. You start to feel inward signs, like fatigue, mood swings, and low sex drive. You didn’t choose this; your body chose it for you. Aging comes with many symptoms, and a lot of these changes are triggered directly by hormones.
While you might not be able to stop your body from manufacturing a decreasing amount of hormones as you age, you can stop yourself from feeling all the drastic symptoms of aging. Many people have enjoyed long-lasting well-being, health, vitality, and longevity, simply by addressing their hormone levels. Balance your hormone levels, and even though your body is not producing them any more, you’ll feel as great as you did when it was producing them.
1. Weight gain
Not all weight gain is hormone-related, but if you are experiencing unintended weight gain, no matter how carefully your watch your food intake, it could be due to thyroid hormone issues. Get your thyroid in balance, and the proper weight could follow.
2. Limited energy
Again, lack of energy could be due to a number of factors, but one thing to rule out is whether your hormones are causing it. A simple blood test will reveal where your hormone levels are, and that will indicate the next step you t
3. Hair loss
Testosterone, estrogen, and other hormonal imbalances (such as your thyroid or insulin hormones) can cause hair loss. Address this (or even prevent it) by getting your hormones in balance.
4. Mood swings
Just like raging hormones can provoke a teenager to be moody, declining hormones can play with your mood when you’re aging. Don’t automatically turn to anxiety medications if your hormones are the culprit behind your mood. Check your hormones out.
Estrogen and progesterone play a role in a woman’s ability to sleep, and especially during menopause, this can cause insomnia. Changes are happening in your body, and your hormones are triggering that change to happen. Menopausal women are increasingly turning to bioidentical estrogen therapy to replace the estrogen that drops so drastically during menopause.
6. Poor concentration
Your braIn works with a variety of hormones that affect concentration, such as dopamine, oxytocin, and estrogen. Menopause in particular is an event that is well known to trigger difficulty concentrating.
If you’re tired all the time despite getting adequate rest, it might be because of your hormones. Thyroid hormone deficiencies and other imbalances can cause persistent fatigue that won’t seem to go away no matter how much you rest.
Again, as with all these symptoms, hormones are not the only cause, but they are a possible cause. Wouldn’t it be nice to find that correcting your hormone balance causes your depression to lift? People don’t choose to be depressed any more than they choose for their body to age. But you can choose to try bioidentical hormones, and you might just find the relief you’re looking for.
9. Low sex drive
For men and women, declining levels of testosterone and estrogen cause a lower sex drive. Supplementing these hormones in the right dose can revitalize your sex drive.
10. Memory Loss
A multitude of hormones, including cortisol, estrogen, and thyroid hormones, interact with the neurotransmitters in your brain. If these hormones get out of their delicate balance, you can start to experience memory loss. Restoring this delicate balance can also help to restore your sharpness of mind.
Get your hormone levels tested and check out the bioidentical hormone treatments available from Rejuvime Medical today.