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Biodentical Hormone Replacement Therapy in Denver

Bio-identical Hormones and Osteoporosis

“Osteoporosis” refers to the gradual, progressive, decreasing bone density affecting millions of Americans. “Osteo,” the Greek term for bone, and “poros,” which means porous.┬áBio-identical hormones and Osteoporosis are closely tied. Both women and men share the risk of experiencing Osteoporosis as they age. This condition typically begins around the age of 50. The primary reason…
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What are the symptoms of perimenopause

What Are the Symptoms of Perimenopause

What are the symptoms of Perimenopause? Suppose you are experiencing more frequent mood swings, elevated stress and anxiety levels, difficulty sleeping, and feeling warmer than usual. In that case, you may be experiencing the beginning stages of “perimenopause.” Doctors refer to Perimenopause as the “transition” to menopause, which is the end of a woman’s reproductive…
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Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance in Woman

Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance in Woman

What Are the Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance in Woman? There are several symptoms of hormone imbalance in woman. This list contains just a few of those symptoms. Hormones affect every cell and every system in the body. Because of this, hormone imbalances can cause many problems, some debilitating. Hormonal shifts are natural and everyday occurrences.…
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Vasomotor Symptoms of menopause

Vasomotor Symptoms in Menopause

Vasomotor symptoms in menopause include hot flashes and night sweats. These are also the best-known symptoms of menopause. They are also what is known as “Vasomotor Symptoms.” Roughly 4 of 5 women that go through menopause will have vasomotor symptoms. How Do Vasomotor Symptoms Feel? Hot flashes feel like a wave of “heat” that rushes…
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Best testosterone pellet therapy for men and women in Denver

Best Testosterone Pellet Therapy for Men and Women in Denver

Testosterone pellet therapy for men and women in Denver has been a proven and favored method of hormone optimization for over 80 years. Our favored providers at Integrative Health and Rehabilitation are proud to offer testosterone pellets to both men and women. As we age, our bodies slow testosterone production. Conversely, the male version of…
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Do I Need New Biote Pellets?

Do I need new Biote Pellets? Biote bio-identical hormone therapy naturally balances your hormones. Hormone replacement (or optimization) helps you feel better and more energized when your hormone levels begin to naturally decline. Bioidentical hormones (like the hormones made in your body) can restore your sex drive, increase muscle mass, reduce body fat, give you…
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Quiz for hormone imbalance

Quiz for Female Hormone Imbalance

What Are Hormones? Before taking your quiz for female hormone imbalance, what are hormones? Hormones act as chemical “messengers” that allow different parts of the body to communicate and even increase or decrease different actions carried out by our glands and organs. Produced by the endocrine glands, these include the Thyroid, Testes, Uterus, and Pancreas,…
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Denver Hormone Replacement Therapy

Is Hormone Replacement Therapy Expensive?

Is hormone replacement therapy expensive? Also, what is Biote therapy? Biote manufactures high-quality Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) pellets. Biote therapy is very similar in cost to other types of hormone replacement therapy.  Integrative Health and Rehabilitation in Denver, Colorado, charges $355 for female pellets, usually lasting for 4 to 6 months. This breaks down…
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Biote hormone therapy may help people with MS

Hormone Therapy and Multiple Sclerosis

Hormone therapy and Multiple Sclerosis are closely linked. Biote therapy not only balances testosterone and estrogen levels, it helps thyroid function also.  The communication between brain neurohormones and hormone production is crucial for good health and optimum function. Hormones influence multiple metabolic functions, including mood, sleep, memory, neurogenesis, and neuronal myelination. However, demyelination is one…
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testosterone and female health

Is Testosterone Bad For Women?

Is Testosterone bad for women? Well, yes and no. Testosterone is actually one of the most abundant hormones in females and is incredibly important for maintaining female health. A drop in a woman’s testosterone levels can occur as early as 20 years of age. Most reductions in testosterone production started around the age of 35.…
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