Read in detail about the pros and cons of BHRT pellet therapy, its cost, and what exactly pellets are – so you can come off the fence and make a decision about whether BHRT pellet therapy is for you.
This one is for you guys! You may not believe it at first, but hormonal imbalances are common for men, particularly as they age. Although, in the past, most men have just accepted many hormone imbalance symptoms as something they need to suck up and accept. But you don’t have to settle.
Hormonal fluctuations are a normal part of life. Remember when you were a teenager? How life abruptly and suddenly changes, and you couldn’t get a handle on what was going on? The same thing happens as you age.
Typically men’s testosterone levels start to decrease by 1% each year as early as their thirties. And if you are a woman in your 40’s/50’s, watch out! Peri-menopause and menopause may sneak up on you before you realize it’s happened.
Hormone imbalances cause all kinds of disharmony in your body and life. If you and your doctor have already determined that your moods swings, trouble concentrating, low libido, weight gain, osteoporosis, or other debilitating symptoms are caused by a hormone imbalance, then now the only question is how are you going to get the right amount of hormones delivered into your body to get back to optimal health? There are so many options out there. In this article, we are going to focus on one: bio-dential hormone replacement pellet therapy. We’ll answer some of the most common questions that we get about pellet therapy— and, of course, if you don’t see your question here, we’ll be glad to answer any questions you have directly.
Are you sick of hormone imbalances wrecking your life? Then it’s time to deeply consider real solutions. Solutions like BHRT. It can be a little scary to think about starting a new therapy so let’s start with the basics of what to expect from BHRT.
As we age, it’s natural for the balance of hormones to shift and change. Menopause is the best-known cause of these changes, as estrogen levels drop. Many hormones change much earlier, however. But men also go through a similar shift called andropause frequently, which causes testosterone levels to decline. Although they’re natural, these changes can cause mild to severe symptoms that interfere with living your best life.