new-jersey-dhea-replacement-for-womenHealthy Aging Medical Centers in Essex County New Jersey formulates comprehensive Healthy Aging Female Programs that allow women to replenish hormonal deficiencies and imbalances. The clinic seeks to optimize health for women as a whole and treats them as individuals instead of a collection of symptoms. Hormone optimization is the main goal, and upon the initial consultation, the doctor will do a full analysis of the patient’s medical history and health goals. The doctor will also discuss nutritional and exercise habits, and at the end of the consultation, women will have clarity as to which bioidentical hormones they may need to take and which supplements are most beneficial to their health. Women that come to Healthy Aging Medical Centers are able to have their concerns heard in a warm and comforting environment, and they can feel confident that the clinicians will customize hormonal prescriptions to suit their exact needs.


What is DHEA?

Many women are suffering from DHEA deficiencies, and while many women understand that their two primary sex hormones estrogen and progesterone may be deficient, they may be unaware of an underlying DHEA imbalance. Dehyrdoepiandrosterone or DHEA is hormone that is responsible for the production of the primary sex hormones, which include testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone, and it has also been referred to as the “Mother Hormone.” This hormone is produced in the adrenal glands, and it promotes many of the body’s metabolic pathways. While this hormone has more androgenic functions or more characteristics of male hormones, it is an essential hormone for women. In women, DHEA promotes endocrine health and the production of female hormones, while improving immune functions, and it is known to help women feel vibrant.

Some of the other functions of DHEA include:

  • Reducing Body Fat
  • Promoting Bone Growth
  • Increasing Muscle Mass
  • Reducing Triglyceride Levels
  • Decreasing Allergies
  • Regulating Blood Sugar
  • Improving Immune Function
  • Balancing Emotions
  • Promoting Healthy Metabolism

Aging Women & DHEA

During a woman’s 20’s, she produces healthy levels of DHEA, which enables her body to build adequate amounts of sex hormones. During this time, most women feel energetic, have a sense of wellbeing, and can be less strict with their diets without gaining weight. However, as the late 30’s and 40’s creep up, women may notice a series of unwanted changes that reduce their quality of life. Typically, women going through perimenopause, which is the four to ten years before menopause occurs, begin to take note of unpleasant changes in their health. Hormone levels during this time can drastically decline, and women may notice that they are gaining weight, feeling more anxious or depressed, catching colds more often, and feel unmotivated. Low levels of DHEA may be responsible for many of these changes, and women can reverse these changes by replenishing their stores of DHEA. Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy can help women to use a form of DHEA that is exact to the DHEA produced in their bodies, which can enable them to utilize this valuable hormone without repercussions.

 DHEA & Adrenal Health

Adrenal Health is extremely important for the production of DHEA, and women that have worn down their adrenal glands with high levels of chronic stress, overworking, poor dietary habits, lack of sleep, and emotional pain are often unable to produce healthy amounts of DHEA. For this reason, many women feel burned out by their late 30’s or 40’s and have no tolerance to stress. Aside from DHEA, the adrenal glands also produce cortisol, which is a hormone that counteracts the effects of stress. When a woman is under high amounts of stress on a regular basis, the body must steal elements of DHEA and use them to produce more cortisol, and this can also fuel a woman’s DHEA deficiency.

The adrenal glands and DHEA also work with neurotransmitters in the brain to produce healthy emotions, and in women with burned out adrenal glands and low DHEA, depression and anxiety are also common problems. A lack of DHEA does not allow the endocrine system to function properly, and this can also lead to other hormonal imbalances along with a generalized feeling of malaise. Restoring healthy amounts of DHEA with bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can help women to feel vigorous and regain mental clarity.  Women that have used bioidentical forms of DHEA have been able to achieve optimal levels of health and wellness.

Healthy Aging Medical Centers in New Jersey tailors programs to suit women’s needs, and the physicians use therapies that help to augment female health. Bioidentical hormone replacement is one such therapy that can help women to rebalance DHEA and improve endocrine system functioning. Some of the other therapies that may be utilized to supplement bioidentical hormone replacement therapy include IV therapies, supplements, and detailed lab testing. The comprehensive women’s wellness program includes several treatment modalities that can help women achieve pinnacle levels of health. Women that take part in the Healthy Aging Program are able to have around the clock access to their physician through email, texts, or phone calls. At Healthy Aging Medical Centers, women will feel like they have a personalized anti-aging physician with ample amounts of guidance.

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