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AAI is the Anti-Aging Answer for Women’s Health

Women’s Health hormonal web is complicated; finding the right anti-aging serum can also be challenging. The hormones governing women’s physical and mental functions work together to maintain a balance.

The key hormonal players in women, Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone/DHEA, Human Growth Hormone, Thyroid, & Cortisol, begin to play out of tune as their levels decrease with age. So when hormones decline or become imbalanced, as in Peri-Menopause & Menopause, we start to notice changes in our bones, muscle strength, skin elasticity, and energy, mood, memory, & libido.

Most women think that Peri-Menopause and Menopause cause inconvenient symptoms:

They don’t know that these hormonal imbalances raise our risk for serious diseases such as heart disease, Alzheimer’s, osteoporosis, obesity, depression, stroke, and breast cancer. Therefore, we must prevent and treat the cause of these symptoms as soon as they start to appear in our late 30s.

Not only do our well­ being and quality of life depend on it, but our health and risk of disease are optimized by becoming hormone balanced. The Women’s Health Initiative (WHI 2002) was a major multi-national study that included thousands of Women’s Health on synthetic estrogens (Premarin, Birth Control Pills, Nuvaring) or on synthetic progesterones (Provera, Progestins, Birth Control Pellets/Injections). This study had to be stopped abruptly: unprecedented for any medical research worldwide. The reason was that Women’s Health in the study had a much higher incidence of heart disease, stroke, blood clots, and breast cancer than in the general population.

At this point, 08/GYNs around the country took Women’s Health off their synthetic hormonal therapy (synthetic estrogens and Peri-Menopause) to prevent these problems, even though they knew women would have to live with bothersome symptoms and their risk for serious illness would be greatly increased. Bio-Identical or Non-Synthetic hormonal therapy progesterones is the only option for women to treat Progesterone symptoms, significantly decrease the risk of age-related diseases, and improve well-being & quality of life. Most doctors are unfamiliar with Bio-Identical hormonal therapy, but experts in Anti-aging Medicine specialize in this field. Bio-Identical hormones are the answer!

Women’s reproductive life is composed of 3 stages:

  1. Pre Menopause – the PMS Years
  2. Peri-Menopause – the Rollercoaster Years
  3. Menopause/Post-Menopause -the End of Periods

Pre Menopause-The PMs Years

During their 20’s and 30’s, Women’s Health experience fairly regular cycles with balanced estrogen and progesterone production. But increasingly, younger females prone to excess stress, crash diets, and contraceptive use are not ovulating regularly. Anovulatory cycles can lead to symptoms of hormonal imbalance, severe PMS, and more serious health issues, such as polycystic ovaries, endometriosis, and infertility.

Peri-Menopause – The Rollercoaster Years

Most women don’t know that there is a period called Peri-Menopause {of 10-15 years) when the body gets ready to start Menopause; therefore, they do not associate mood and emotional symptoms with their hormones or menopause. But they should! Beginning in the late 30s until menopause (average age of 51), Women’s Health begins to experience a whole new world of symptoms, as estrogen and progesterone levels fluctuate dozens of times a day from wavering ovarian function.

These symptoms range from classic menopause symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, and mood swings to not-so-typical ones like high anxiety, foggy thinking, bone loss, weight gain, depression, fatigue, and low libido. These fluctuations in hormone levels take women on a rollercoaster ride! At this point, the search for symptom relief begins with Bio-Identical hormones.

Menopause/Post Menopause- The Ends of Periods

The official start of Menopause is 12 months in a row without a period, occurring around age 51. But it is not uncommon to see symptoms much sooner. Acute/prolonged stress, for example, can negatively impact ovarian function and precipitate premature Menopause in vulnerable women as early as their mid to late 30s.

Menopause can also be surgically induced through hysterectomy, radiation, or chemotherapy. We think hormones control only our sexual and reproductive systems, but hormones regulate the entire body. With fewer hormones, their important role in protecting the health of the brain, bones, muscles, skin, breasts, and heart is diminished. Supplementation with Bio-Identical hormones is a matter of life or death at this stage.

Common hormone imbalances in Peri-Menopause & Menopause:

The right balance of anti-aging serum and hormones is vital to a woman’s health & well-being. During Peri-Menopause & Menopause, hormone levels drop, and hormone deficiencies occur. Logically, one would think hormonal deficiencies should be resolved with hormonal supplementation. Unfortunately, there are so many hormones in a woman’s body that a lack of one hormone may trigger excesses of either hormone, which is how imbalances occur. (Remember, low levels of hormones are as harmful to your health as high levels).

The following are the most common hormone imbalances in Women’s Health and their symptoms:

  1. Estrogen Dominance–mood swings, migraines, fat gain, low thyroid, breast cancer risk
  2. Low Estrogen & Progesterone-hot flashes, night sweats, palpitations, foggy thinking
  3. High Testosterone & DHEA-acne, hair loss, irritability, belly fat, polycystic ovaries
  4. Low Testosterone & DHEA-decreases bone/muscle mass, energy, libido (sexual desire)
  5. High or Low Cortisol (Stressed Adrenals): insomnia, anxiety, chronic fatigue, allergies, food cravings, low immunity

Do you have symptoms of hormonal imbalance?

Mood Swings Cold Body Temperature Scalp Hair Loss Memory Lapses Incontinence Sleep Disturbances Stress Can’t Lose Weight Thinning Skin Fatigue Bone Loss Uterine Fibroids Hot Flashes Sugar or Salty Cravings Aches & Pains Decreased Libido Tender Breasts Weight Gain (waist &/or hips) Heart Palpitations Fibrocystic Breasts Fibromyalgia Headaches irritable Polycystic Ovaries Night Sweats Oily Skin Increased Body /Facial Hair Vaginal Dryness Heavy Menses/Bleeding Changes Foggy Thinking Anxious Water Retention Nervous Depression Foggy Thinking Tearful.
Troublesome or persistent symptoms during Peri-Menopause & Menopause are a sign of related imbalances that may complicate the situation and raise disease risks of osteoporosis, heart disease, breast cancer, obesity, and Alzheimer’s. Symptoms from one Women’s Health to another are as highly individual as a thumbprint!
If you answered yes to 3 or more symptoms in this questionnaire, you may be hormonally imbalanced:
How can I balance my hormones naturally? Hormone balance and the knowledge that hormones work together with a healthy mind and body are the keys to optimal health and Peri-Menopause & Menopausal relief.

  1. First, determine your symptoms.
  2. Then, test ALL of your hormones to detect specific imbalances
  3. Find a board-certified doctor in Anti-Aging Medicine (specializing in Bio-Identical hormonal therapy)
  4. NEVER use Estrogen alone (even after Hysterectomy)!
  5. ALWAYS use Bio-Identical hormones (the exact chemical structure as the hormones produced by the body and derived from a natural source)
  6. STOP all synthetic hormones-Premarin, Provera, Progestins, and birth control pills, pellets, injections, & intrauterine devices (They ALL contain synthetic hormones)
  7. Supplement with Nutriceuticals (pharmaceutical-grade nutritional supplements that are prescription strength, free of harmful contaminants, and actually absorbed by the body)-the only way to have the available building blocks to regenerate the body’s tissues and to work properly
  8. Detoxify is key for Bio-Identical hormone treatment to work at its best
  9. Limit “Xenoestrogens” (substances that mimic estrogen in the body & precipitate hormonal imbalances)–for example, pesticides, nail polish, fumes,
  10. Use “hormone-free” foods and products
  11. Maintain ideal weight (fat cells send signals in the body that cause hormonal It is medically proven that overweight/obesity is a major risk factor for the major killers in the US: heart disease, stroke, and cancer. Also, breast cancer patients have a significant increase in fat mass compared to women without cancer)
  12. Boost hormones naturally with exercise, not a substitute for hormonal supplementation with Bio-Identical hormones; exercise makes hormonal therapy work at its best while becoming more stable.
  13. Minimize stress and use stress-handling techniques like yoga, meditation, prayer,
  14. Stop smoking ASAP
  15. Eat more fiber
  16. Get deep, restful, uninterrupted 7-8 hours of sleep. This is the only way that body tissues regenerate after being used during the day

**NOTE** The content in this blog is subject to interpretation and is the opinion of the content writer. We do not claim it to be fact. We encourage you to consult a medical doctor before taking any prescribed medications or supplements.


Supporting Hormones health is essential for overall well-being and vitality. By incorporating regular exercise, proper nutrition, adequate sleep, stress management techniques, and IV therapy, you can help maintain optimal testosterone levels and lead a healthy, balanced life. Always consult a healthcare professional before making significant changes to your lifestyle or starting any new treatments to ensure they suit your needs.

At AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, we advise anyone to think seriously about beginning Hormone treatment if there is no medical need for it. However, we will take every precaution to ensure that you read your program’s positive benefits by providing the latest at-home hormonal mouth-swab testing to ensure we are continually monitoring your progress and aware of any adverse side effects. Fill out the Medical History Form, or if you need more information, call us at (866) 224-5698 or (866) AAI-Low-T.

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