How to Treat Hormone Imbalances

If you’ve been diagnosed with low testosterone or another type of hormone imbalance, the first thing you need to know is that you have options. The treatment of any condition is almost never black and white—there are considerations to be made depending on your age, lifestyle, specific condition and more. While only your hormone specialist is qualified to prescribe the right treatment for you, we’ve put together the following information to help guide you through the process of understanding hormone therapy.

Testosterone Injections

Testosterone injections are prescribed to men suffering from hypogonadism (low testosterone) and have been proven to be the most effective way of treating this condition, with a 100 percent success rate when property used. Quick, convenient and guaranteed, injections are a great option if you want to visit your hormone specialist just once every week or two and get back to your everyday life as soon as possible.

hCG Injections

hCG, or human chorionic gonadotropin, naturally boosts the production of testosterone. In hormone replace therapy, we think of hCG as “life support” for testosterone production. This is because exogenous testosterone injections may cause your natural production to drop once you stop receiving injections. Pairing hCG with testosterone injections helps get your production levels back to what they were before treatment.

Human Growth Hormone Peptide Therapy

Often referred to as “the mother of all hormones,” the human growth hormone (HGH) stimulates cell reproduction and regeneration. When we’re younger, our bodies release large amounts of HGH to help us grow, but that supply diminishes as we age.

HGH therapy uses a synthetic hormone to promote the release of HGH in the body. This can have a number of benefits on the body, including:

  • Higher energy levels
  • Increased libido
  • Better sleep
  • Stronger immune system
  • Weight loss
  • Hair growth

Have more questions? We’d love to help. Reach out to our team or request an appointment to discuss your options with a medical professional.