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Bioidentical Hormones Can Help Battle Depression Caused By Hormone Imbalances


By harrisjensen - Posted on 29 July 2014

Kenton Bruice, MD Explains The Reasons For Bioidentical Hormone Therapy

by Harris Jensen, MD

Editor, Good Day Journal

Many times in menopause there are both "flashes" of physical symptoms and emotional symptoms.  Suddenly a woman can get to feeling hot, or break out into a sweat, and within hours can have "flashes" of anger, anxiety or depression.

All because of "hormone imbalances."

The problem becomes then, what hormone is out of balance?

Dr. Bruice has eloquently answered this question and many others on his website at: http://www.kentonbruicemd.com/

My experience is that often a depression that dramatically fluctuates with the physical symptoms of menopause does get better, at least half the time, with bioidentical hormone therapy.

An OBGYN Dr. checks blood tests and then finds exactly how low the different hormones are: estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone may all be low, but some may be lower than others. With BHT, there is a medication custom made to get those hormones at a level that is normal for your age.

Check out his website to learn more!

HJ