Hormone decline

Hormone decline refers to the gradual drop in levels of sex hormones like estrogen, progesterone and testosterone as we age. This usually begins around the age of 30 and accelerates over time. As hormone levels diminish, it can lead to symptoms like fatigue, mood swings, low libido, decreased muscle mass, weight gain, anxiety and poor sleep.
Some key facts about hormone decline:



How do you slow or treat hormone decline?

While it's a natural process, there are ways to control and manage symptoms through medications, supplements and lifestyle habits like:



If you're experiencing the effects of hormone imbalance and perimenopause, get evaluated by your doctor. Or come visit us at Balance Clinic - we specialize in customized bioidentical hormone therapy. Led by renowned endocrinologist Dr. Jane A. Smith, our caring staff will evaluate you and design an effective regime based on your unique symptoms. Give us a call to book an appointment and get your zest for life back!

So in summary, some degree of hormone decline is expected as we age. But with the right medical guidance, healthy habits and hormone replacement when needed, you can continue enjoying an active, energetic and fulfilling life. Don't let hormones slow you down! Reach out if you have any other questions.

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