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Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement, BHRT & HRT

What is a hormone?

Hormones are tiny chemical messengers continuously secreted into the blood stream by endocrine glands to regulate activities of vital organs. The word, hormone, is derived from a Greek word meaning, "to stimulate”. Hormones stimulate a multitude of life-giving processes throughout the body, which maintain health, harmony, growth, healing, and repair.

Natural Hormones

They are called natural because they are derived from plant compounds and other sources that have the exact chemical composition as the ones the human body produces. The term "bio-identical" denotes natural hormones that are chemically synthesized in the lab to be identical to the endogenous hormones of the human body.

Synthetic hormones

The difference resides in the origin of the hormone. Synthetic hormones are synthetically manufactured or altered, they are derived from the urine of pregnant mares and then manipulated in its molecular structure in the lab. That slight difference makes a big difference on how the patient feels.

Many medical studies have found that when synthetic hormones are administered the body does not know what to do with it, which is what we believe accounts for many of the side effects. Conversely, if you give a supplement identical to what the body produces, in the correct amount; it appears to know exactly how to use it in a healthful way,”

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy or corrective therapy BHRT

is the use of small supplemental doses of steroid hormones with a chemical structure identical to endogenous human hormones (hormones naturally produced in the human body) such as estradiol, estrone, estriol, that decline in production as we age.

Hormones: what they mean and what they do

HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE –The Master Hormone “the fountain of Youth”

  • Fights aging
  • Decreases body fat and controls obesity
  • Increases muscle mass
  • Helps the heart
  • Restores lung function
  • Improves brain and nerve conditions
  • Improves tissue healing and protein synthesis
  • Increases bone density
  • Accelerate illness recovery
  • Increases capacity to exercise
  • Increases skin hydration and elasticity
  • Improves sense of well being
  • Decreases incidence of illness
  • Enhances sexual function
  • Improves quality of life

TESTOSTERONE – The Male Engine

  • Improves brain function
  • Increases energy
  • Increases strength
  • Increases bone density
  • Increases libido
  • Improves sexual sensitivity
  • Improves sexual function
  • Improves HDL and LDL levels
  • Improves cardiovascular health

DHEA – The Hormone of Well Being “The Grace Factor”

  • Improves neurological function
  • Increases sense of well being
  • Improves immune function
  • Improves stress tolerance
  • Increases metabolism

MELATONIN – The Sleeping Hormone or “The Revitalizer”

  • Responsible for maintaining sleep
  • Helps alleviate “jet-lag”
  • Improves mood
  • Improves the immune system (by decreasing cortisol)

ESTROGENS – The Female Monitor

  • Protects against heart disease, stroke
  • Decreases cholesterol
  • Lowers incidence of Alzheimer’s
  • Improves memory
  • Alleviates symptoms of menopause: headaches, mood swings, bloating, hot flashes, fatigue, waning libido

PROGESTERONE – the Reproduction Hormone

  • Protects against breast and uterine cancer
  • Protects against fibrocystic disease
  • Helps fat metabolism
  • Helps normalize blood sugar
  • Helps reverse osteoporosis
  • Helps thyroid hormone function
  • Acts as a natural antidepressant
  • Protects against nervousness
  • Protects against anxiety and irritability

PREGNENELONE – The Gateway Hormone

  • Promotes formation of other hormones
  • Repairs brain and nerve tissue
  • Enhances many brain functions
  • Reduces aging skin
  • Improves sense of well being
  • Increases energy and mobility
  • Improves sleep quality
  • Reduces harmful stress effects
  • Aging brain deficiencies

THYROID – The “Regulator”

  • Increases energy
  • Increases fat burning, and controls weight
  • Increases your heart rate
  • Increases your appetite

INSULIN – The Hormone of Storage

  • Responsible for getting blood sugar into all cells
  • Increases fat storage
  • Increases risk of diabetes, hypertension and stroke

CORTISOL – The Hormone of Stress

  • Responsible for responding to stress
  • Helps protect you against your environment (allergens)
  • Mobilizes energy, improves fatigue
  • Increases your appetite for sugar
  • Decreases bone mass, muscle mass, and slows down your metabolism

 

“Hormone Doping” or taking excessive hormone doses to improve athletic performance is not safe and should be avoided.
 
At the wellington Institute for Wellness, we only administer BHRT after Dr. Cabanellas determine that is medically necessary thru saliva or blood lab tests.
 
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