Category Archives: Bioidentical Hormones Baton Rouge

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Find Menopause Relief with Hormone Replacement Therapy

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Entering menopause can be a stressful, painful experience. But with a little help from science, you can fight aging while improving your quality of life. Our hormone replacement therapy team has helped many women from the Metairie and New Orleans area, showing patients that menopause doesn’t have to be something to fear. Every woman has…

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Anti-Aging, the Rejuvime Way

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  Our team of hormone specialists in Baton Rouge is proud to help men and women with everything they need to achieve their anti-aging goals. We pride ourselves on our expertise in both the physical and mental wellness aspects of the aesthetic industry—and we do it all for our patients. Our staff, facilities, and niche…

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Hormone Balance

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Hormone balance is extremely important for a healthy mind and body. Think about it, hormones pretty much run your body, and they frequently change with age. Sometimes these changes are normal like puberty, menopause, and perimenopause. But other times your hormones can get out of whack due to toxins in food you eat or interact…

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Aging Gracefully: Maintaining Healthy Knees

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Aging Gracefully: Maintaining Healthy Knees As we age, it is increasingly common for our knees to cause us problems. Osteoarthritis (thinning cartilage) is the leading cause of knee problems as we age. Here at Rejuvime, we want our patients and followers to know the best ways to keep those knees healthy. Today on the blog,…

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10 Simple + Healthy Tips for Combating Signs of Aging

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10 Simple + Healthy Tips for Combating Signs of Aging Let’s face it: no one looks forward to the side effects that come along with getting older.  Here at Rejuvime, we take steps to educate our patients and followers on the best practices for aging gracefully.  Today on the blog, we are discussing 10 simple…

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Aging and Its Effects on Memory

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Aging and Its Effects on Memory Did you know that keeping the brain active with exercises and simple functions can contribute to healthy cognitive function as you age? Yep! The brain is a pretty neat component of the human body.  In fact, as noted in this scholarly article on Age-Related Memory Loss, “The brain is…

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Aging Gracefully: Improving Liver Function

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Here at Rejuvime, we are always looking for ways to educate our patients and followers on healthy habits, because as we all know, healthy habits contribute to an overall healthier well-being, thus, the potential for a better quality of life as we age. Today we are going to discuss the role of the liver and…

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How Do Hormones Change as I Age?

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As we age, our body and the role our organs play fluctuates. While some of these factors can be positively or negatively affected by one’s overall health, other roles of bodily organs naturally change or decrease functionality over time.  In this article, we are going to outline common symptoms of hormonal changes and/or imbalances in…

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Effects of Low Testosterone in Women

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Despite popularly being a “male” hormone, testosterone is actually prevalent in all human bodies, regardless of gender. While it is produced in smaller doses in women than in men, testosterone is still a vital hormone in a woman’s overall health. Processes testosterone play a part in include producing new red blood cells, enhancing and regulating…

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Bioidentical Hormones – 5 Reasons You Should Try Them

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Rejuvime Medical is the age-defying clinic in Baton Rouge and Metairie, and we offer many anti-aging treatments, including bioidentical hormones.Hormones are chemicals that your body makes in your endocrine glands, and they circulate in your bloodstream to send messages throughout the body. When a hormone binds to a receptor in a cell, that cell responds…

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