Hormone Dysfunction

Imbalanced hormones can cause many unique problems. Hormonal dysfunction can affect anyone, happening at least once throughout life. Understanding what hormones are and what they will help you realize when you need medical assistance.

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What Are Hormones?

It’s best to think of hormones as chemical messengers. Hormones come from the endocrine system and control many aspects of daily living, including:

  • Sexual desire

  • Blood pressure

  • Hunger

  • Sleep

The list is not exhaustive, as hormones regulate fertility, growth, and many mental functions, to name a few more. At Palm Beach Health Center, our advanced technology and biological knowledge enable us to deliver consistent results, bring balance to your hormones and health.

Hormonal Imbalance

Overall health is contingent upon hormone balance. Too much or too little will throw your system off-kilter, leading to a bevy of potential issues. This is prevalent in both men and women, and often significant concerns arise when imbalance affects testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone, three hormones that both sexes share.

Conditions that lead to imbalance include:

  • Thyroid problems

  • High stress

  • Eating disorders

  • Malnutrition


Not enough men are well enough attuned to their bodies to understand that they’re experiencing imbalance. Men have a high likelihood of misinterpreting the signs as “normal aging.” The following symptoms are telltale signs and should prompt an appointment:

  • Weakness

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Low libido

  • Hair loss

Another often overlooked symptom is loss of energy. Testosterone is just as important to energy as it is to reproduction.


There are many things in life that can drive hormones out of whack. Puberty, pregnancy, nursing, and age can all disrupt levels of various hormones, chiefly estrogen and progesterone.

While menopause is not the only concern, it’s the most likely. With it, it carries the following symptoms, which are all treatable early on to avoid more severe complications:

  • Hot flashes

  • Memory loss

  • Mood swings

  • Vaginal dryness

  • Night sweats

Far from exhaustive, if you’re consistently feeling “off,” contact us at Palm Beach Health Center as soon as possible.

Therapy Modalities

Currently, Palm Beach Health Center offers HRT in the following ways:

  • Capsules

  • Inserted pellets

  • Lotions and creams

  • Intramuscular injections

Who Can Receive HRT?

While the needs of everyone are different, anyone can receive treatment. The artificial hormones you’ll receive to supplement your loss are bioidentical. Because they mimic both structure and function of organic hormones, they’re a highly tolerable treatment. Most of the time, bodies can’t tell natural and synthetic hormones apart.

Reasons to Seek HRT

Hormone therapy allows our patients to feel normal again, live life in the front seat, and take back their bodies! HRT can help you:

  • Restore your vitality

  • Improve your mood

  • Lift your mental fog

  • Stabilize your energy

A Body in Balance is a Beautiful Thing

Our team values health and wellbeing above that of our own. We’ve assembled a team of experts across many fields of medicine to supply your family with the help, care, and attention it needs. Call Palm Beach Health Center today to bring balance to your life.

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