Hormones for Women

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Hot flashes, mood swings, weight gain, and brain fog are just a few of the ways a hormone imbalance can manifest itself in women. As you get older, you might have low energy levels and feel tired all the time, but not be able to sleep well, thanks to night sweats. Or, perhaps you’re feeling more irritable than you used to and gaining weight despite eating a healthy diet.  Any of these symptoms, along with several others, may indicate high cortisol levels or a decline in estrogen and progesterone. But, you may not know if any of these are underlying causes until you get tested for hormonal imbalances. Discover how hormones may be impacting your quality of life and then let BodyLogicMD help you get to the root causes so you can work toward   

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Learn more about hormones for women:

Cortisol Levels & Chronic Stress in Women

While stress affects women and men alike, women are oftentimes more susceptible to the effects of chronic stress and cortisol imbalance. 

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What’s the Role of Estriol in Women?

Tests show that while relieving the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause, estriol doesn’t seem to increase the risk of breast cancer.

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Learn How to Increase Progesterone in Women

Progesterone and estrogen balance each other out in the female body. Progesterone is necessary to negate the effects of estrogen and vice versa.

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Natural Estrogen Replacement after Menopause

Since different hormones interact, the low or high level of estrogen hormone in the body can start to cause problems with other hormones.

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Growth Hormone Deficiency & HGH for Women

Human growth hormone (HGH) is a popular treatment among individuals seeking to reverse signs of aging or athletes looking to boost their winning edge.

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Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) for Women

DHEA is one of the steroid hormones and a precursor to all of the body’s sex hormones.

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