As women age, their bodies go through a variety of changes. Hormone levels rise and fall which can lead to weight gain, urinary problems, incontinence, low libido, sleep deprivation, migraines, and other challenges. Optimal Anti-Aging and Functional Medicine can help manage women’s health needs at all stages of aging through custom compounds tailored to specific needs.
A combination of anti-aging, Female Hormone Replacement Therapy, and other wellness solutions are often used to assist with achieving these goals. As people age, their hormone levels fluctuate, and this can interfere with the quality of life. Reclaim yourself with Optimal Anti-Aging and Functional Medicine in Redmond, Oregon, a licensed telemedicine provider.
Lack of sleep and night sweats
are the main culprits contributing
Mood disturbances comprise a particularly difficult cluster of symptoms, because not only do they
Negatively affect you, but also those around you.
Low Sex Drive
Low libido often gets lost in the shadows of more classic symptoms. Meanwhile, losing your sex drive can feel like losing a part of yourself.
Hormonal imbalance can cause premature aging of the skin, changes in texture, and thinning of hair.
Few women want to talk about it. Most women find it a little embarrassing. Lots of women have it. The good news is we aren’t shy about it, and we can fix it.
The “silent” nature of osteoporosis is why screening has become routine in menopausal women, and why healthy levels of estrogen are so important.
Losing weight during menopause can feel like pushing a heavy rock up a steep hill. Balanced hormones can end the uphill battle, and make weight loss easier.
Would you do almost anything for a good night’s sleep? Most menopausal women would. Sleep can be a rare commodity during this time in life.
Hot flashes are a hallmark symptom of menopause because so many women experience them. Hormone imbalance is almost always the root cause.
Don’t worry—you aren’t going crazy. Losing your train of thought and drawing mental blanks are common during menopause and perimenopause.
There are numerous reasons why a woman might lose her hair, but two of those reasons are related to testosterone and thyroid.