If you’re experiencing extreme tiredness that persists over an extended period of time, are finding it difficult to concentrate, and notice that you’re not able to do as much in a day, you might have chronic fatigue syndrome.
Chronic fatigue often limits the number of tasks women have energy for, as well as their quality of life. Poor nutrition and lack of fitness contribute to fatigue, but many causes and symptoms of fatigue in women are associated with hormonal imbalances. Additionally, fatigue in women may be the result of a combination of many other health problems associated with hormonal imbalance.
Fortunately, hormone replacement therapy (HRT) treatment is available to aid hormonal imbalances. HRT is a safe and effective way to help treat chronic fatigue at its source.*
If a hormonal imbalance is the cause of your chronic fatigue, hormone replacement therapy may be the solution for you. Global Life Rejuvenation physicians have successfully used HRT to help women experiencing chronic fatigue achieve increased energy and improve their ability to focus and think more clearly.* Contact us to meet a physician and get started today.
The Role of Hormones in Chronic Fatigue
Fatigue associated with menopause manifests itself as an overall feeling of lack of energy, chronic tiredness, or lethargy day after day. Some of the symptoms of menopause-related fatigue include:
- Night sweats
Low levels of progesterone are also linked to menopausal fatigue. Insufficient progesterone decreases libido and may result in a less optimistic, anxious outlook on life. Anxiety or depression can make fatigue worse.
Is Menopause Without Fatigue Possible?
Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) can be an effective way to treat fatigue associated with menopause. If your test results reveal low levels of estrogen or progesterone, our physicians will prescribe a customized HRT treatment plan to balance hormones. In addition, hormone replacement therapy can also relieve symptoms of adrenal fatigue as well as many other symptoms associated with menopause.*
Proper nutrition and fitness routines are essential to maintaining hormones at their optimum levels. Your Global Life Rejuvenation physician will provide a detailed nutrition and fitness program designed specifically for your body and your lifestyle.
Is HRT Safe?
It’s important to remember that even though it’s called hormone replacement therapy, the goal of this treatment is not to replace someone’s hormone level to once had. Our process is to give a very small amount of hormones to supplement or to help your body naturally produce hormones that it no longer makes as a result of aging. By doing this, it’s possible to alleviate symptoms associated with hormone imbalance and help you feel better.*
HRT for women is completely safe when taken under the guidance of an expert practitioner. Among women, HRT has been shown in a clinical study by the Women’s Health Intiative (WHI) to prevent heart disease and osteoporosis, as well as, lower the risk of developing diabetes.* We don’t want women to suffer from chronic fatigue when they don’t have to.
Contact Global Life Rejuvenation online or call us at (866) 793-9933 and learn more about how hormone therapy can help.
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*Your results may vary. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration.