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Reasons To Consider BHRT

If you're struggling with hormone-related issues like weight gain, mood swings, and low energy levels, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) may be worth considering. Here are three reasons why:

  • BHRT can help balance your hormones, keep you young as you age, and improve your quality of life.
  • It's a natural treatment option that comes with few side effects.
  • BHRT can be personalised to your specific hormone needs.

If you're dealing with any of the above issues, talk to your doctor about whether BHRT could be right for you.

BHRT Can Help Alleviate Symptoms Of Perimenopause, Menopause, And Andropause

It can be incredibly discouraging when you try to alleviate symptoms of perimenopause, menopause, and andropause by making lifestyle changes such as reducing stress, exercising more or eating healthier… but the symptoms just won’t go away.

In this case, it may be helpful to consider BHRT, which involves boosting insufficient hormone levels back to optimal levels.

When you are experiencing hormone-related physical and mental symptoms that cannot be helped by lifestyle changes, BHRT might provide great relief for symptoms such as weight gain, loss of energy, low libido, hot flashes and night sweats.

BHRT For Mental & Emotional Health

In perimenopause, which can start as early as your 30’s, major changes occur to your body, energy levels, and hormone levels – putting you on a mental rollercoaster with mood swings, memory problems, depression, brain fog, and anxiety.

Thankfully, BHRT provides a way for women to manage this transition from perimenopause through menopause. Lifestyle changes and BHRT can help you reclaim hormone balance so you can look and feel amazing.

This is accomplished through personalised treatments, including personalised dosing using compounding, that are tailored according to each individual’s unique needs so as to help best manage their symptoms as they go through this transition.

BHRT Beyond Menopause

Hormone balance is important for both men and women as we age. Studies show that BHRT can reduce the risk of certain long-term issues like osteoporosis, heart disease, and cognitive decline that are brought on in part by hormonal deficiencies.

To properly identify if you indeed have a hormone imbalance, it’s key to find a practitioner who understands how to test hormones, has experience with BHRT, and can make all the difference in creating an effective treatment plan.

It is important to find a practitioner that offers support beyond just the treatment of hormone imbalances:

This includes looking at how lifestyle choices such as diet, stress, and environmental toxins can contribute to overall health and hormone levels.

Whether your goal is to improve how you feel or how you look, lifestyle modifications can have a huge impact on how your body looks and functions. With the right guidance from a committed practitioner, small changes can lead to a marked improvement in how you experience hormone imbalances.

Choosing A BHRT Provider

As a licenced health practitioner with deep expertise in hormone imbalances and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), our team will provide the appropriate guidance for your unique situation so you can determine whether you are a candidate for bioidentical hormone replacement therapy.

We examine lifestyle factors that could be unnecessarily draining your natural hormone levels and also provide guidance on natural ways to boost your resilience and longevity.

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can potentially reduce the risk of adverse side effects, and alleviate symptoms leading to a healthier and happier life. To get started, please call the clinic on +44203 303 0237 to book in for your initial visit (£699 including comprehensive bloods). After your initial visit, if you are interested in taking a deeper dive, learn about our three month mastery programme by signing up for a free discovery call.

Areas Served

London Bioidentical Hormones is a Virtual Practice in the United Kingdom and serves patients throughout the United Kingdom.

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