We tend to think of “hormones” as something you don’t need until after menopause, but the truth is that many women’s hormones start lagging long before periods stop. “It is possible to reclaim your vitality,” says Dr. Amir Baluch, Medical Director of Juvia Med Spa – “You can feel good again with a proper lifestyle, diet, and the assistance of bioidentical hormones.”
Do you find you are so moody that your friends, kids, or even pets are keeping their distance? Do you feel tired no matter how much sleep you get, especially in the afternoon? Has your sex drive decreased? Do you feel constant brain fog? Are you carrying extra weight you can’t seem to shed, no matter how much you diet?
If you do, you don’t have to believe the best part of life is behind you, that growing older means a constant progressive decline in how you feel. Hormones are one of the several steps you can take to help improve energy levels. They can be the foundation for other changes in your lifestyle and getting your groove back. They can help you regain the stamina you once had and feel young and vibrant again.
What Can Bioidentical Hormones Do For You?
- Heightened libido
- Stronger bones
- Healthy weight loss
- Better sleep
- More energy
- Improved vaginal lubrication
- Improved mental focus
- Assistance with anxiety and depression
- Minimized hot flashes and night sweats
If you think your hormones might be out of whack, and you want to look and feel younger, bioidentical hormones might be beneficial for you. Contact Juvia MedSpa for a free consultation and evaluation.
Functional Medicine Specialist, Dr. Amir Baluch, MD is Board Certified and Medical Director of Juvia Med Spa. Dr. Baluch has been named Top10MD for 2015-2016. Only 1 in 3 doctors succeeds with this recognition in the United States. He has published over 50 articles, book chapters, and continuing education material in peer-reviewed journals and trains other physicians on wellness and medical aesthetics. To schedule, a consultation with Dr. Baluch click the link to his profile or call 817-427-3700.