Bioidentical Hormones Menopause
Although some may have reservations when it comes to bioidentical hormones, it’s important to remember that these hormones have the exact same molecular structure of the hormones that your body produces naturally. This is what the scientific term bioidentical means: natural hormones that will only help to boost your ability to fight off the signs of aging.
The beauty of bioidentical hormones is that they are so similar to your body’s hormones that the body cannot tell the difference between these hormones and those that our bodies make. This is why they are often referred to as natural hormones.
These hormones are far safer for your body than many other forms of hormone replacement therapy as they are sourced naturally from plants, fruits, and herbs rather than chemically synthesized. This makes it significantly easier for your heart and liver to adjust to their use than with more synthetic hormone replacements.
Each dose is also carefully formulated for you, making it far easier to customize and develop a natural hormone replacement therapy that brings you back to your physical and mental peak.
These hormones are not a danger to the body and, in fact, can help you in many ways to improve your quality of life. Consider it a gift from science that has given us a supplement which can help us feel more youthful, energetic, and full of vitality for longer.
It is natural for bioidentical hormones to be in the human body. However, due to the complicated nature of their composition, bioidentical hormones in Denver and nationwide are only available at pharmacies by prescription only.
They are only available by prescription due to each compounded hormone being custom made for every patient based on the individual’s needs.
Bioidentical hormones can help with many common symptoms of aging and can make your life far more comfortable. Here are just some of the effects of aging that bioidentical hormones in Denver can ease:
- Hot flashes
- Night sweats
- Hair loss
- Vaginal health
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