Here’s an overview of the services we offer at the Hormone Online Clinic. Our goal is to help, support and accompany you with the full extent of our combined expertise and extensive experience. If you have any questions about our services, please contact us. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
Hormones are neurotransmitter “messenger substances”. They guide important bodily processes by facilitating communication from one organ or tissue source to another. Additionally, they influence our growth, development and sexuality. The problem is that a person’s hormone household can become imbalanced. During menopause, this can seriously inhibit health and wellbeing, creating issues like hot flashes, mood swings, inhibited libido or loss of stamina. As hormone experts, our first step is to precisely assess your hormone status and, if necessary, to restore its natural balance so that you can quickly and safely return to a healthy, strong and happy you.
During the course of menopause, the normal functioning of the ovaries declines massively, hence disturbing the formation of the body’s natural hormones estradiol and progesterone. Plummeting hormone levels can lead to numerous severe and detrimental symptoms that materially impede our quality of life. When the depleted hormone levels are balanced by taking bioidentical hormones, which are hormones that are identical to the hormones naturally produced in the body, the negative symptoms are usually significantly reduced when the actual cause of the problems is addressed. Our goal is to work together with you to create the most personalized, individual therapy plan that restores to your body what is has lost, giving you exactly what you need.
Many women in menopause report steady weight gain. Despite the fact that they have maintained or even improved their eating habits, many women see weight continuing to pile on, especially around the belly. Many women therefore begin to feel uncomfortable in their own bodies, which is exacerbated by other new difficulties like hot flashes, skin changes and more. The fact is that metabolism changes during menopause because of hormone depletion, which also causes a deterioration in muscle mass. Therefore, one important aspect of your therapy plan is for us together to analyze your eating habits. Additionally, alongside personalized bioidentical hormone therapy, we can work together to develop an optimized nutrition plan that can strengthen and help your body to restore, so that you can feel like yourself again.
Hormone imbalance is a serious medical issue that takes place not only during menopause but that can occur at any time during a woman’s life when hormone levels fluctuate or subside. For example, many women suffer under PCO (polycystic ovarian syndrome) or PM(D)S (= premenstrual (dysphoric) syndrome). If you suspect that you might be experiencing symptoms of hormone imbalance, we are of course the right contact partners, even if you’re not yet going through menopause yet. We will work together to create an optimized personal therapy plan to improve and restore your natural hormone balance.
Menopause is actually an exciting new life phase, but it can sometimes be quite demanding. Life choices that felt perfectly right up until now may not seem to fit anymore. Your needs may change – sometimes even dramatically. We are always here for you. As trusted experts, we are here to support and advise you through all aspects of menopause, including the many personal issues you may encounter. Working together, we can help optimize your mind and body, for example by combining vital information to help you make the best choices alongside optimizing your nutrition, sleep and exercise habits.
During menopause, it is quite common that a woman’s libido, her desire for sex, can change. This can be caused by bodily changes, such as vaginal dryness or vaginal atrophy, which can significantly affect our sex lives. Sex is one of the most wonderful things in the world, and most women want to have a happy, healthy and fulfilling sex life, and we are always here to help you. We want your menopause years to be some of the most passionate, and certainly self-determined, years of your life.