They say that menopause marks the end of the reproductive journey for a woman. But, they never say that it is the beginning of a new journey!
Menopause comes with its pitfalls. However, that does not mean that there are no silver linings.
You no longer have to deal with contraception, the monthly menstrual flow, cramps, etc. Most of us are aware of menopausal symptoms. But, how does one deal with them?
Earlier research has shown that giving hormone replacement therapy will ease several menopausal symptoms, including hot flashes, sleep problems, irritability, and fatigue. While hormone replacement therapy should be individualized that would be hard to do without testing one’s hormone levels. Those hormones include estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. Testosterone helps maintain:
- bone density
- fat distribution
- muscle strength and mass
- red blood cell production
- sex drive
Estrogen helps to eliminate hot flashes, night sweats, foggy thinking, vaginal dryness, rapidly aging skin among other things. Progesterone helps to improve insomnia, ankle swelling, mood swings, anxiety, and irritability. The combination of the three works beautifully together and brings perfect balance.
Our body will lose 95% of its estrogen and progesterone privileges
once the ovaries stop producing these crucial hormones. Nonetheless, all hope is not lost. Just because our body has stopped producing enormous amounts of estrogen and progesterone does not mean that we cannot restore our hormone privileges with an external source of hormones. And this is the solution to managing menopausal symptoms. Hormone therapy is the key to living peacefully during this phase.
Natural Hormone Therapy Treatment
We began using Bio-Identical Hormone therapy for patients after first trying the conventional way of helping women with menopausal symptoms. It simply was not working. There are many factors that influence how women feel post-menopause and balancing hormones with Bio-identical hormones or Hormone Pellet therapy helps women feel the way they felt in their younger years.
It is necessary to change the way we think about menopause. It is not the beginning of an end. But the beginning of a new phase in life. Take a look at how far you have come, the rigors your body has endured. Our internal sources of hormones have supported us so far, and these external sources will continue to do so.
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