Our body’s ability to produce hormones diminish as we age, leading to severe health problems in men and women. Optimizing hormones can greatly improve the quality of life, especially in women, reducing the chances of severity in certain conditions.
What is Bioidentical Hormone Therapy?
Hormonal Optimization Therapy involves the use of hormonal pellets that are inserted in the subcutis, a layer below the dermis and epidermis of the skin. To balance female hormones, bioidentical hormone therapy inserts hormones that are chemically identical to those produced by the human body.
Who is the Ideal Candidate for Bioidentical Hormone Therapy
The ideal candidates for hormone optimization include women who are experiencing aging, lower bone density, painful intercourse, depression, and several other problems. Men encountering problems like lack of vitality, assertiveness, physical stamina, muscle mass, and mental ability are suitable for hormone optimization.
Replacing chemically identical hormones requires a keen eye to perfection, expertise, and follow-up. At David Karli Regenerative Medicine Clinic, hormone optimization is done with comprehensive lab testing. He identifies Hormone deficiencies and corrects it to re-establish a healthy hormonal balance in the body.
Benefits of Hormone Optimization
In addition to creating a healthy hormonal balance, hormone optimization manages the body’s fight-or-flight response. It regulates hunger and mood and as they’re produced in minute amounts, even low-dosages can last dramatically. Restoring hormonal balance with Hormone Optimization Therapy not only slows down the aging process but also prevents the occurrence of common age-related diseases among men and women.
It is not unknown that while we age, our hormone production diminishes, sometimes as early as in our 30’s and accelerates dramatically into our 50’s and 60’s. According to Dr. Karli, Hormone Optimization is one such area of age management where there has to be a perfect balance and the processes have to be carried out carefully. One incorrect step can damage the overall response to the body.