Bio-identical melatonin replacement therapy is vital for your body’s ability to maintain a consistent sleep pattern, and ward off disease with an elevated immune system function. Melatonin replacement therapy will correct melatonin deficiency without the need for sleeping pills
While you could opt to take melatonin sleeping pills to correct melatonin hormone imbalance, we recommend a customized BHRT treatment plan to ensure your hormones are balanced correctly
Using Melatonin Replacement Therapy to Sleep Soundly
It’s likely that the primary hormone melatonin is one that you’ve heard of before, so did you know that we offer melatonin replacement therapy to correct melatonin imbalance in your body? Maintaining optimal levels of melatonin are essential to keep the typical signs of aging at bay, since low levels of melatonin can cause anxiety, fatigue, fine lines and wrinkles, and can even be tied to diabetes in some cases.
How to Know if You Have Melatonin Imbalance
When you think of melatonin imbalance, you probably associate this with an interruption to your healthy sleep cycle. It’s true that melatonin replacement therapy can help you overcome sleeping disorders such as insomnia, but you may not have realized that rectifying your melatonin hormone levels can also heal your adrenals and improve side effects such as:
High blood pressure
Sensitivity to stress.
Melatonin is a hormone that plays a large role in the sleep cycle, as the catalyst for melatonin secretion is decreased exposure to light. In addition to the side effects of low melatonin levels above, you may also experience anxiety and in some cases, diabetes.
The Side-Effects of Melatonin Hormone Imbalance
As with the other primary hormones that naturally occur in your body, melatonin replacement therapy may be required some time after the age of 25. Around this time, your hormone levels begin to decline, and by the age of 35, most men and women have a hormone deficiency of some kind. Combined, these hormone imbalances may cause you to experience a range of undesirable side effects.
More Reasons Melatonin Replacement Therapy Will Improve Your Health
In humans, melatonin levels have been found to be closely connected with changes in your body temperature and the functionality of your immune system. Consider the following:
Melatonin and Body Temperature: The fact that melatonin plays a key role in regulating body temperature also explains this relationship to your quality of sleep. That’s because your body temperature follows a circadian rhythm, rising during the day and falling at night. And although your body temperature will only vary about 1 degree during a day, this small difference has a dramatic influence on the quality of your sleep. In general, a falling body temperature induces sleep, while a rising body temperature provokes wakefulness. The balance of melatonin in your body is vital to ensure this relationship remains in harmony.
Melatonin and Immunity: When properly administered, melatonin replacement therapy has positive effects on your immune system functions. With better quality rest, your body has more energy reserves to fight off disease and illness. In fact, positive anti-cancer effects may stem from this strengthening of the immune response through melatonin balancing.
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More About Hormone Replacement Therapy
Hormones function as your body’s chemical messengers, playing an integral part in how each of our bodies work, ensuring that our bodies operate “according to plan.” Created by your endocrine glands, hormones travel through the bloodstream to signal your organs and tissues to how to function properly.
Hormone replacement therapy – also known as HRT, menopausal hormone therapy, and estrogen replacement therapy – uses naturally occurring bio-identical hormones including testosterone, estrogen progesterone, and others, to treat common symptoms of hormonal imbalance including uncontrolled weight gain, menopause and aging.
Approximately after the age of 25, both men and women experience a decline in hormone production, causing a range of symptoms like hot flashes and vaginal dryness, low libido, sexual dysfunction, and can sometimes lead to conditions like osteoporosis, heart disease, and dementia. To combat these, HRT replenishes the hormones that your body no longer makes in sufficient amounts, restoring hormonal balance to your body and allowing you to experience an extraordinary quality of life again.