Posted October 2, 2022
By Dr. Luis Dominguez In Aging Strategy

Are you feeling under the weather? Try hormone therapy in Miami

Hormone Therapy Miami FLWe all know how critical regulated hormones are for our overall health. Everything from your mental health to your sexual health can be affected by hormonal imbalances.

There are several diseases caused by hormonal imbalances in women, including PMS, fibroids, endometriosis, fibrocystic breast disease, breast cancer, heart disease, and perimenopause.

You can restore your body to its natural balance and health by making the right choices. Head to your favorite hormone therapy clinic in Miami to have your hormone levels checked.

If you’re feeling off, you may suffer from a hormonal imbalance. Visit Miami’s leading hormone therapy clinic to check your hormone levels.

How can hormones make me sick? What is hormone imbalance?

The endocrine system produces hormones that are vital for every system in your body, including metabolism, digestion, muscle growth, reproduction, and more. Hormones function as chemical messengers that carry out hundreds of crucial functions.

You can have hormonal imbalances if you have too much or too little of a particular hormone. Thus, even slight changes in body chemistry can cause serious problems. For example, since hormones regulate metabolism and appetite, imbalanced hormones can make you feel more hungry than usual yet slow down your metabolism. This will make you gain more weight.

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Hormonal imbalances can lead to severe consequences if left untreated. It is important to remember that hormones are not something we should take lightly, even though we rarely think about them.

How will I know if I have a hormone imbalance?

Aside from menopause and andropause, hormone imbalance can also be caused by chronic stress, medical conditions (diabetes and thyroid issues), and certain medications. Even the food that you eat can cause hormone imbalance.

A hormonal imbalance can manifest in several ways. It is easy, however, to confuse hormonal imbalance symptoms with symptoms of other illnesses, such as viral or bacterial infections. Therefore, many people may suffer from hormonal imbalance without being aware of it.

In general, it’s best to keep an eye out for these main symptoms, and you may need to speak to a doctor about a possible hormone imbalance.

Watch out for these common symptoms of hormone imbalance:

  • Digestive issues

Do you experience nausea, constipation, and constant diarrhea regularly? Although these symptoms might just be a bad case of stomach flu, they could also be a symptom of hormone imbalance.

Having too much progesterone can make you constipated, as it inhibits bowel motility. Estrogen (and not progesterone) may also cause reduced digestion, which delays or slows down bowel movement.

You might want to keep a journal of how many times you experience stomach “episodes” and what they entail.

  • Fatigue or lack of energy

One of the most common symptoms of hormone imbalance is fatigue or low energy. Even if you have completed 7 to 8 hours of sleep, there are times that you would still feel fatigued.

A high progesterone level can make you sleepy, while a thyroid that produces too little thyroid hormone can sap your energy, making you constantly tired. Low testosterone can also cause extreme tiredness.

You need testosterone to produce red blood cells, which transport oxygen around your body. Oxygen is important for energy.

  • Hair loss or hair fall

You might have noticed your hair thinning and shedding more often; that’s a good indicator of hormone imbalance. Hormonal imbalances can cause hair loss or hair thinning in both men and women.

Aside from high stress levels, illness, or a lack of certain nutrients, hormone changes can contribute to hair loss. Thinning hair can also be caused by thyroid issues, even though women usually associate it with reduced estrogen or progesterone levels.

Reduced androgen production also shrinks hair follicles, resulting in hair loss. Often, treating the imbalance helps your hair regrow.

  • Hot flashes and night sweats

Low estrogen levels can cause a hot flash. An intense heat starts in your chest and spreads to your neck, a feeling that can last for several uncomfortable minutes. You might notice your heart pounding and your face sweating when you experience a hot flash.

You might experience hot flashes as you sleep, leading to night sweats. So if you wake tired and sticky in the morning and your PJs are drenched with sweat, your hormones could be to blame.

Having hormone imbalance puts you at risk of developing other severe, chronic, and even life-threatening conditions. Try hormone therapy today and feel like yourself again.

Try Hormone Therapy When You’re Sick

Hormone Therapy Miami FLIf your symptoms are consistent and do not go away even on medications, it’s best to check with your doctor to see if your health conditions could be attributed to a hormone imbalance.

Rebalancing your hormones can improve your quality of life. In our Miami clinic, we offer different hormone therapy programs. We create customized hormone therapy plans to address your health issues so you know it will work for you.

Visit Miami’s Leading Hormone Therapy Clinic

The NuLife Institute strives to give our patients the best health, function, and longevity possible. We offer hormone therapy for patients who want to improve their quality of life and eliminate signs and symptoms of age-related hormone decline.

The NuLife Institute is a medical facility in Miami, FL, specializing in functional, integrative medicine, and age management and provides individualized, non-surgical age-reversing treatment plans.

Contact NuLife Institute today at 305-400-0005 for a complimentary consultation so you can speak with an expert. Live the healthy life you deserve with Miami’s hormone therapy clinic.

Meet The Doctor

Miami hormones specialist

Dr. Luis Dominguez, D.O.

Medical Director

Dr. Dominguez’s primary area of specialization is the power of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). He has extensive expertise in sexual health and regenerative medicine …

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