BHRT
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THE NEW WAY TO AGE

Are you struggling with weight gain (around the abdomen), mood swings, trouble sleeping, irritability or anxiety, reduced concentration or trouble remembering, exhaustion or even chronic fatigue, thinning hair, lowered sex drive, menopause and irregular periods, vaginal dryness, symptoms of perimenopause (hot flashes or night sweats) or even dryer skin?

Although completely of your control, your hormone levels will start to decline around your mid-30s to early 40s and stay at a lower level for the rest of your life.

“Research has shown that maintaining our hormone levels in a youthful state can prevent the debility and illness that come with aging” -Dr. Neil Rouzier

External Affairs has a highly skilled team of Doctors and Nurses who will determine if Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy is right for you and help you join our BHRT program! BHRT is a safe and effective program that has proven to help men and women, just like yourself, feel young again.

For a brief overview of BHRT, we recommend you read the small booklet, “Natural Hormone Replacement Therapy for Men and Women” by Dr. Neil Rouzier, M.D. This booklet is available in either of our spas. It does a wonderful job of summarizing the key points of what you need to know about BHRT.

MOJO FOR MIDLIFE

Frequently Asked Questions

What are hormones and why do I need them
What are the typical hormones that are prescribed?
How are bio-identical estrogen and progesterone produced?
What are the problems with synthetic hormones?
Why doesn’t my gynecologist prescribe Bio-Identical hormones?
What is the truth about the recent publicity about the risks of taking hormones?
What are the signs of low progesterone and what are the health benefits?
What if I have been taking synthetic hormones?
Should I take estrogen and progesterone or not?
What about over-the-counter creams and saliva tests?
How does one know whether they are receiving adequate amounts of replacement hormones?
What about Evista and Fosamax?
Are there other hormones I should replace? What about men?
Third Party Information on Hormones

 

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