Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance

Treating the Signs and Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance in Men and Women is what the EvexiPEL® Method  was created for.

Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance

Treating the Signs and Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance in Men and Women is what the EvexiPEL® Method  was created for.

BHRT – Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy is a type of hormone therapy that uses hormones that are structurally identical to the substances as they naturally occur in your body. It has been a favorite for both men and women going through the aging process and dealing with hormonal imbalance. Identifying those symptoms with a Hormone Test is the first step to getting a plan together with your provider to address hormone imbalance in your body to help you Get Well & Live Well.

Both Women and Men experience Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance

We’ll break down the symptoms of hormonal imbalance in men and hormonal imbalance in women later, but keep in mind that many symptoms can affect anyone at almost any age.

The more common causes of hormonal imbalance tend to produce the following symptoms in both men and women:

  • Unexplained weight gain or weight loss

  • Poor sleep

  • Brittle or weak bones

  • Irritability and anxiety

  • Changes in sensitivity to cold and heat

  • Very dry skin or skin rashes

  • Headaches

  • Long-term fatigue without reason

  • Unexplained or excessive sweating

  • Brain Fog or Inability to Concentrate

It’s important you speak with your Certified EvexiPEL Provider to see if your symptoms are indicative of hormone imbalance.

WOMEN with Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance may be experiencing:

Women experience hormonal imbalance all throughout their life. Women's bodies are so sensitive that even the smallest changes can reek havoc on everything from mood, weight, fertility and more.

  • Vaginal dryness
  • Night sweats
  • Bone loss
  • Breast tenderness
  • Depression
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Hot flashes
  • Cold hands & feet
  • Low or NO Sex drive
  • Mood swings
  • Sleep issues
  • Thinning or Brittle hair

MEN with low Testosterone may experience symptoms of Hormone Imbalance:

Low Testosterone manifest in many ways and most men believe nothing is wrong as long as they are still able to maintain erections. The flaw in this belief is that the erection is typically the last thing to go. There are so many other functions that are regulated by testosterone's chemical messages.

  • Brain Fog
  • Irritability
  • Changes in mood
  • Depression
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Body fat increase
  • ED - Erectile Dysfunction
  • Muscle loss
  • Lack of concentration
  • Sleep issues
LEARN MORE ABOUT HORMONE IMBALANCE IN MEN

Root Causes of Hormonal Disparity

All this talk of hormone imbalances may cause you to wonder:

  • What exactly causes hormone imbalances?
  • Where do they come from?
  • Are there things I can do to prevent them?

This is an extremely important question to us at EvexiPEL because part of our integrated approach to pellet therapy is identifying the root cause of your hormonal imbalance, and addressing it.

We believe that dealing with the root issue is the most effective way to treat hormone imbalances, rather than just putting a band-aid on the problem – and we have to say, our results speak for themselves!

There are lots of things that can cause your hormone levels to fluctuate. Some causes of hormone imbalances are specific to men or women, but many can occur in either sex.

Your endocrine glands are your body cells that deal with hormones. They make hormones, store hormones, and release them into your bloodstream.

When your endocrine glands aren’t functioning properly, hormonal imbalances can occur. Endocrine glands such as your thyroid gland, parts of the pancreas, and gonads control some of your body’s vital organs.

So when your endocrine glands aren’t functioning the way they should, they can’t give the proper information to those organs, often resulting in you feeling pretty crappy.

Plenty of medical conditions that cause hormonal imbalances result from the improper functioning of your endocrine glands.

Some of these are fairly common, such as hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid) and hyperthyroidism (an overactive thyroid).

As with most things, our lifestyle habits (or lifestyle predispositions) can impact our hormone levels – sometimes leading to hormone imbalances.

Some of these won’t surprise you – chronic or extreme stress can impact hormone imbalances. This brings up a great example of the type of integrated approach to BHRT we take here at EvexiPEL.

If something like high stress is impacting your hormone levels, we will make every effort to figure out exactly what’s causing the stress, and what we both can do to prevent it moving forward.

A poor diet, or lack of getting the proper nutrition your body needs, can be another cause of hormonal imbalances.

This is another case where an integrated approach to pellet therapy will result in the best sustainable, long-term solution.

We can insert a pellet into your body, but if your diet doesn’t change, you’re probably going to need to see us again before too long.

We don’t want to waste anyone’s time or money by giving you the same treatment over and over. We’d much rather work with you on how to:

  • Improve your diet
  • Find a balance together of lifestyle alterations and BHRT

Severe allergies or infections are examples of lifestyle predispositions that can cause hormonal imbalances.

Once again, in cases like these, it’s extremely important to us at EvexiPEL to find out the root cause of your hormonal imbalance.

Infections or allergies are often issues that can be resolved – or at least partially resolved – if you’re aware of the cause of them.

If it turns out the root cause of your hormone imbalance is a severe allergy, we would be happy to work with you to create an integrated solution, combining our superior pellet therapy treatment with methods of reducing your allergy.

When you think about factors, you need to survive and function you likely don’t consider hormones. However, these little chemical messengers have a huge effect on our overall well-being.

Most of the time when people talk about their hormones they’re often blaming them for things like being sad or an emotional outburst, while there is some truth to this our hormones do so much more.

Hormones are created in the endocrine glands and secreted directly into the bloodstream to tissues or organs. The major endocrine glands are Thyroid, Pituitary, Testis, Ovary, Adrenal, Pituitary, Pineal, Pancreas, and Thymus.

Hormones impact different processes of the body that include:

  • Growth and development
  • Metabolism
  • Sexual function
  • Reproduction
  • Emotions
  • Mood

Hormonal imbalances can occur from some things like environmental toxins, age, the way we move, what we eat, etc. and affect both men and women.

We don’t want to trash talk hormones, so here are a few interesting facts that may surprise you about our three primary hormones–estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone.

1. Men and Women Need Estrogen AND Testosterone

Commonly, estrogen is thought to be the “female hormone” while testosterone is the “male hormone,” but men and women need both.

Both men and women’s bodies produce these hormones, and both are important for overall health.

2. Progesterone Helps Maintain Balance

Another misconception is that progesterone is only important when dealing with ovulation and pregnancy, but it serves a higher purpose!

It helps balance estrogen levels, and if a woman has low progesterone, she will likely experience symptoms of an estrogen hormone imbalance called estrogen dominance suffer fatigue, weight gain, migraines, mood swings, thyroid problems, and many other physical and mental conditions.

3. Our Brain Needs Estrogen

This hormone has a big job on a range of brain areas involved in functions like:

  • Motor control
  • Learning
  • Memory
  • Protecting against stroke damage and Alzheimer’s disease

4. Men’s Brains NEED Testosterone

Ok, men, we know you probably skipped over number 3, so we hope you pay attention here!

Research has shown low testosterone is a risk factor for dementia and also contributes to a decline in brain function. Your brains need testosterone to thrive!

5. Progesterone Wears Many Hats

This powerful hormone isn’t just estrogen’s sidekick, but it also does a LOT more.

Like providing a calming effect on our brains that can prevent seizures and improve sleep, it builds bones, prevents the buildup of plaque formation in the blood vessels, and even increases libido.

When Should You Begin Thinking About Hormone Replacement Therapy?

We generally reserve the conversation around hormones for “older” people, with hormone imbalance in men and women with menopause symptoms age 50.

But, the truth is male and female hormones change much earlier and avoiding the discussion and neglecting to take action can end up hurting you in the future.

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is something men and women should have solid facts about and even consider at an earlier age to avoid any lasting and serious health effects.

At What Age Should You Start Thinking About HRT?

There’s no one answer. When discussing HRT and treatment options, we must distinguish between the unique needs and overall bodily changes that exist between men and women.

Women – 30s and 40s

Women typically experience menopause around age 51, but hormonal changes are occurring much earlier than that, like their 30s or 40s.

The lack of conversation around hormonal changes has left society with the idea that only “old” women experience hormonal changes. This incorrect notion is dangerous and leaves younger women open to severe and confusing health consequences.

Regular acknowledgment and tracking of symptoms (change in sexual desire, hot flashes, sleep disturbances, etc.) as well as routine visits to your healthcare provider can ensure you get started on hormone replacement therapy at the right time.

Women – Perimenopause

While all women are different and you should consult with a doctor for a reliable hormone treatment plan, a good rule of thumb for women starting HRT is during perimenopause to help alleviate symptoms.

Men – Late 20s

On the other hand, research has shown men are experiencing dangerous drops in testosterone much earlier, as in their late 20s.

While it is commonly believed men experience symptoms in their 40s and beyond the truth is changes in hormones can occur decades before.

Men most noticeably experience:

  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Low libido
  • Increase in body fat
  • Low energy levels

Find Out What’s Going On

We attribute many changes in our body to factors like stress, new jobs, big moves, changes in diets, etc. but the point we wanted to make today is that it’s important to keep your hormones at the forefront of your mind.

While in the past they were considered a problem only for the “older” crowd, individuals in their 20s are increasingly experiencing issues linked to hormonal imbalance.

Even if you don’t tie your health concerns to your hormones, you’ll be doing yourself a favor by staying on top of any potential problems.

Certified EvexiPEL Hormone Replacement Pellet Therapy Provider

Look for the EvexiPEL® Certified Provider Seal!

EvexiPEL® Certified Providers are unique in that they are trained by the Best Doctors in the World in how to provide Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Pellet Therapy to their patients!

BHRT – Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy is a type of hormone therapy that uses hormones that are structurally identical to the substances as they naturally occur in your body. It has been a favorite for both men and women going through the aging process and dealing with hormonal imbalance. Identifying those symptoms with a Hormone Test is the first step to getting a plan together with your provider to address hormone imbalance in your body to help you Get Well & Live Well.

Both Women and Men experience Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance

We’ll break down the symptoms of hormonal imbalance in men and hormonal imbalance in women later, but keep in mind that many symptoms can affect anyone at almost any age.

The more common causes of hormonal imbalance tend to produce the following symptoms in both men and women:

  • Unexplained weight gain or weight loss

  • Poor sleep

  • Brittle or weak bones

  • Irritability and anxiety

  • Changes in sensitivity to cold and heat

  • Very dry skin or skin rashes

  • Headaches

  • Long-term fatigue without reason

  • Unexplained or excessive sweating

  • Brain Fog or Inability to Concentrate

It’s important you speak with your Certified EvexiPEL Provider to see if your symptoms are indicative of hormone imbalance.

WOMEN with Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance may be experiencing:

Women experience hormonal imbalance all throughout their life. Women’s bodies are so sensitive that even the smallest changes can reek havoc on everything from mood, weight, fertility and more.

  • Vaginal dryness
  • NIGHT SWEATS
  • Bone loss
  • Breast tenderness
  • Depression

  • Chronic fatigue

  • NIGHT SWEATS
  • Cold hands & feet

  • Low or NO Sex drive
  • Mood swings
  • Sleep issues

  • Thinning or Brittle hair
LEARN MORE ABOUT HORMONE IMBALANCE IN WOMEN

MEN with low Testosterone may experience symptoms of Hormone Imbalance:

Low Testosterone manifest in many ways and most men believe nothing is wrong as long as they are still able to maintain erections. The flaw in this belief is that the erection is typically the last thing to go. There are so many other functions that are regulated by testosterone’s chemical messages.

  • Brain Fog

  • Irritability

  • Changes in mood

  • Depression

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Body fat increase

  • ED – Erectile Dysfunction

  • Muscle loss

  • Lack of concentration

  • Sleep issues

LEARN MORE ABOUT HORMONE IMBALANCE IN MEN

Root Causes of Hormonal Disparity

All this talk of hormone imbalances may cause you to wonder:

  • What exactly causes hormone imbalances?
  • Where do they come from?
  • Are there things I can do to prevent them?

This is an extremely important question to us at EvexiPEL because part of our integrated approach to pellet therapy is identifying the root cause of your hormonal imbalance, and addressing it.

We believe that dealing with the root issue is the most effective way to treat hormone imbalances, rather than just putting a band-aid on the problem – and we have to say, our results speak for themselves!

There are lots of things that can cause your hormone levels to fluctuate. Some causes of hormone imbalances are specific to men or women, but many can occur in either sex.

Your endocrine glands are your body cells that deal with hormones. They make hormones, store hormones, and release them into your bloodstream.

When your endocrine glands aren’t functioning properly, hormonal imbalances can occur. Endocrine glands such as your thyroid gland, parts of the pancreas, and gonads control some of your body’s vital organs.

So when your endocrine glands aren’t functioning the way they should, they can’t give the proper information to those organs, often resulting in you feeling pretty crappy.

Plenty of medical conditions that cause hormonal imbalances result from the improper functioning of your endocrine glands.

Some of these are fairly common, such as hypothyroidism (an underactive thyroid) and hyperthyroidism (an overactive thyroid).

As with most things, our lifestyle habits (or lifestyle predispositions) can impact our hormone levels – sometimes leading to hormone imbalances.

Some of these won’t surprise you – chronic or extreme stress can impact hormone imbalances. This brings up a great example of the type of integrated approach to BHRT we take here at EvexiPEL.

If something like high stress is impacting your hormone levels, we will make every effort to figure out exactly what’s causing the stress, and what we both can do to prevent it moving forward.

A poor diet, or lack of getting the proper nutrition your body needs, can be another cause of hormonal imbalances.

This is another case where an integrated approach to pellet therapy will result in the best sustainable, long-term solution.

We can insert a pellet into your body, but if your diet doesn’t change, you’re probably going to need to see us again before too long.

We don’t want to waste anyone’s time or money by giving you the same treatment over and over. We’d much rather work with you on how to:

  • Improve your diet
  • Find a balance together of lifestyle alterations and BHRT

Severe allergies or infections are examples of lifestyle predispositions that can cause hormonal imbalances.

Once again, in cases like these, it’s extremely important to us at EvexiPEL to find out the root cause of your hormonal imbalance.

Infections or allergies are often issues that can be resolved – or at least partially resolved – if you’re aware of the cause of them.

If it turns out the root cause of your hormone imbalance is a severe allergy, we would be happy to work with you to create an integrated solution, combining our superior pellet therapy treatment with methods of reducing your allergy.

When you think about factors, you need to survive and function you likely don’t consider hormones. However, these little chemical messengers have a huge effect on our overall well-being.

Most of the time when people talk about their hormones they’re often blaming them for things like being sad or an emotional outburst, while there is some truth to this our hormones do so much more.

Hormones are created in the endocrine glands and secreted directly into the bloodstream to tissues or organs. The major endocrine glands are Thyroid, Pituitary, Testis, Ovary, Adrenal, Pituitary, Pineal, Pancreas, and Thymus.

Hormones impact different processes of the body that include:

  • Growth and development
  • Metabolism
  • Sexual function
  • Reproduction
  • Emotions
  • Mood

Hormonal imbalances can occur from some things like environmental toxins, age, the way we move, what we eat, etc. and affect both men and women.

We don’t want to trash talk hormones, so here are a few interesting facts that may surprise you about our three primary hormones–estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone.

1. Men and Women Need Estrogen AND Testosterone

Commonly, estrogen is thought to be the “female hormone” while testosterone is the “male hormone,” but men and women need both.

Both men and women’s bodies produce these hormones, and both are important for overall health.

2. Progesterone Helps Maintain Balance

Another misconception is that progesterone is only important when dealing with ovulation and pregnancy, but it serves a higher purpose!

It helps balance estrogen levels, and if a woman has low progesterone, she will likely experience symptoms of an estrogen hormone imbalance called estrogen dominance suffer fatigue, weight gain, migraines, mood swings, thyroid problems, and many other physical and mental conditions.

3. Our Brain Needs Estrogen

This hormone has a big job on a range of brain areas involved in functions like:

  • Motor control
  • Learning
  • Memory
  • Protecting against stroke damage and Alzheimer’s disease

4. Men’s Brains NEED Testosterone

Ok, men, we know you probably skipped over number 3, so we hope you pay attention here!

Research has shown low testosterone is a risk factor for dementia and also contributes to a decline in brain function. Your brains need testosterone to thrive!

5. Progesterone Wears Many Hats

This powerful hormone isn’t just estrogen’s sidekick, but it also does a LOT more.

Like providing a calming effect on our brains that can prevent seizures and improve sleep, it builds bones, prevents the buildup of plaque formation in the blood vessels, and even increases libido.

When Should You Begin Thinking About Hormone Replacement Therapy?

We generally reserve the conversation around hormones for “older” people, with hormone imbalance in men and women with menopause symptoms age 50.

But, the truth is male and female hormones change much earlier and avoiding the discussion and neglecting to take action can end up hurting you in the future.

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) is something men and women should have solid facts about and even consider at an earlier age to avoid any lasting and serious health effects.

At What Age Should You Start Thinking About HRT?

There’s no one answer. When discussing HRT and treatment options, we must distinguish between the unique needs and overall bodily changes that exist between men and women.

Women – 30s and 40s

Women typically experience menopause around age 51, but hormonal changes are occurring much earlier than that, like their 30s or 40s.

The lack of conversation around hormonal changes has left society with the idea that only “old” women experience hormonal changes. This incorrect notion is dangerous and leaves younger women open to severe and confusing health consequences.

Regular acknowledgment and tracking of symptoms (change in sexual desire, hot flashes, sleep disturbances, etc.) as well as routine visits to your healthcare provider can ensure you get started on hormone replacement therapy at the right time.

Women – Perimenopause

While all women are different and you should consult with a doctor for a reliable hormone treatment plan, a good rule of thumb for women starting HRT is during perimenopause to help alleviate symptoms.

Men – Late 20s

On the other hand, research has shown men are experiencing dangerous drops in testosterone much earlier, as in their late 20s.

While it is commonly believed men experience symptoms in their 40s and beyond the truth is changes in hormones can occur decades before.

Men most noticeably experience:

  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Low libido
  • Increase in body fat
  • Low energy levels

Find Out What’s Going On

We attribute many changes in our body to factors like stress, new jobs, big moves, changes in diets, etc. but the point we wanted to make today is that it’s important to keep your hormones at the forefront of your mind.

While in the past they were considered a problem only for the “older” crowd, individuals in their 20s are increasingly experiencing issues linked to hormonal imbalance.

Even if you don’t tie your health concerns to your hormones, you’ll be doing yourself a favor by staying on top of any potential problems.

Certified EvexiPEL Hormone Replacement Pellet Therapy Provider

Look for the EvexiPEL® Certified Provider Seal!

EvexiPEL® Certified Providers are unique in that they are trained by the Best Doctors in the World in how to provide Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Pellet Therapy to their patients!

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  • To get started treating your symptoms of hormone imbalance with Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy, you will need to find an EvexiPEL Certified Provider.

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Are you ready to take the next step towards healing and experiencing optimal health? The EvexiPEL® Network of Advanced BHRT Specialists can help you begin your journey to optimal health.

CONTACT

920 South Kimball Ave., Suite 100
Southlake, Tx 76092

83-EvexiPEL

(833) 839-4735

(817) 203-8249

info@evexipel.com

www.evexipel.com

Certified EvexiPEL Hormone Replacement Pellet Therapy Provider
This website is for educational purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for the diagnosis, treatment, and advice of a qualified licensed professional. This site offers people medical information and tells them their alternative medical options, but in no way should anyone consider that this site represents the practice of medicine. This site assumes no responsibility for how this material is used. Also note that this website frequently updates its contents, due to a variety of reasons, therefore, some information may be out of date. The statements regarding alternative treatments for cancer have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
920 South Kimball Avenue Ste 100 Southlake, Tx 76092