The hormonal decline that occurs with menopause causes uncomfortable symptoms that lead many women to seek relief. Relief is rumored to exist with a steady soy diet or acupuncture, but hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is known as the most effective. Many women, however, live in fear of hormone therapy, questioning its safety

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It is quite common for female patients of mine to question me concerning the need for estrogen as part of their bioidentical hormone regimen This is especially true if they don’t have symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats. In fact most physicians will only recommend estrogen to woman who have

Sometimes, even if you have excellent sleep hygiene, you can still have difficulty sleeping. Hormones can definitely affect your sleep, too — especially in women, and especially during and after menopause. Menopause symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats can reduce your sleep quality and even interrupt sleep cycles.

Throughout our lives, it's in our inherent nature to question our purpose in life. It's natural for us to wonder whether or not we're taking the right steps towards achieving that in which we view as success. As years fold into decades, it seems harder and harder to wash away our worries and concerns. It seems that our fears and apprehensions have precipitated into our daily lives, making it more difficult to complete day-to-day tasks. We reach a certain age where death becomes an imminent reality - our hopes become eclipsed by the shadows of mortality. We don't feel like ourselves anymore. We feel as if there's something missing in our lives, we feel incomplete. As we age, our bodies begin to change, and as our bodies change, so do our values, our goals and our idea of success. We're constantly changing who we are, improving who we are and shaping the person who we want to be.

October 9, 2009

You've Got Questions? …Our Bioidentical Hormone Experts Have the Answers!

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Learn How Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Can Help You. BodyLogicMD provides targeted and comprehensive seminars focused on natural bioidentical hormone therapy and our customized fitness and nutrition programs – at no cost to our attendees. Our highly trained physicians share their expertise and show how our individualized programs are designed to meet the unique needs of each patient. Plus, guests enjoy the opportunity to speak directly with our physician presenter(s) in a question and answer format following each seminar.

Learn How Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Can Help You. BodyLogicMD provides targeted and comprehensive seminars focused on natural bioidentical hormone therapy and our customized fitness and nutrition programs – at no cost to our attendees. Our highly trained physicians share their expertise and show how our individualized programs are designed to meet the unique needs of each patient. Plus, guests enjoy the opportunity to speak directly with our physician presenter(s) in a question and answer format following each seminar.

In women who are entering menopause, estrogen levels are either too high or too low. Estrogen influences the production of serotonin - a neurotransmitter that regulates mood. Irritable Men Syndrome or Irritable Male Syndrome (IMS) is the term used to describe the mood swings in men. Although Irritable Male Syndrome is most often caused by high stress and/or low testosterone; high estrogen levels can also cause irritability in men.

Andropause is the male equivalent to menopause and is characterized by the decline of hormone levels. With bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and a customized program including fitness and nutrition, men can find relief for the symptoms of hormonal imbalance, including erectile dysfunction, fatigue, depression, hair losss, muscle loss, night sweats, and urinary problems.

We all want to know how it feels... a hot flash is like carrying around your own personal Summer. All of a sudden, outside of your control, you start to feel your temperature rise. It's like your internal furnace is turned on high... and there is not a thing you can do about it - you're burning up from the inside out and no matter what you do, you cannot seem to cool down.

There are many celebrities who have started on bioidentical hormones - first was Suzanne Somers, then Oprah, now Dr. Phil's wife, Robin McGraw. Read more about Dr. Phil's show: "What's Hormones Got To Do With It?".

Before rushing to the anti-depressants, consider that your depression may be caused my a hormonal imbalance and natural bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can help.

Find the lighter side of all those menopause symptoms with Menopause the Musical!

Dr. Rudy Madlang BodyLogicMD Salt Lake City, Utah discusses his background and explains the connection between heart health and hormones.

BodyLogicMD’s Chief Medical Officer stated she “was very pleased by the balanced show Oprah did on bioidentical hormone therapy. I applaud Oprah on her willingness to initiate this conversation with America. There is so much more to discuss! She has presented an open-minded, balanced, informative program. I am very excited to see her upcoming shows on the compounding pharmacies and with Suzanne Somers!” says Stanton.

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