Insomnia, is Your Troubled Sleep Due to Menopause?

Monday, February 24, 2014 | 7:05 pm

Insomnia has become an epidemic. More and more Americans are using sleep aids and statistics show that women have more issues then men especially those in pre-menopause and menopause. Women also have more side-effects that result from using prescriptive sleep aids so why not get to the bottom of the problem. Hormone imbalance is a leading cause of insomnia and can easily be corrected by rebalancing your hormones.

Whether you are in pre-menopause or menopause often times you may suffer from symptoms that you have no idea are related to change of life. A safe approach is balancing the body naturally which is the approach we use at Dedicated to Health Medical Group. Lifestyle changes, nutrition and bio-identical hormone support can ease the changes of life associated with menopause naturally without the harmful side effects of taking prescriptive medications like Ambien, Xanax and other medications often used to treat symptoms like Insomnia and others that occur when hormones begin to deplete.

Common signs of Hormone Imbalance are listed here on our web page and a quick symptom check sheet can be emailed to you to begin a quick analysis of where you are here are just a few to get started:

• Insomnia
• Anxiety
• Depression
• Hair Loss
• Weight Gain
• Foggy Thinking
• Loss of Drive
• Heart Palpitations
• Just to name a few……

Doing a full nutritional and metabolic hormone panel we can see where you are along with our questionnaire and evaluation. When due to hormonal imbalance many patients in as little as 1-2 weeks are sleeping through the night and within 2-4 weeks most symptoms brought on by hormone imbalance are reduced or resolved when using a combination of lifestyle, nutrition and bio-identical supports.

Our office has over 40 years combined experience with our team of practitioners who work together with you to reach your goals. Call today for your free phone consultation to discuss your unique case and how we can help you (626) 799-0557. Click here for more information about our natural hormone programs.

Dedicated to Health Medical Group, 3235 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, (626) 799-0557 or visit www.dedicatedtohealth.com.

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