HORMONE THERAPY EXPERTS OF WESTCHESTER NEW YORK

David Lans, D.O. BodyLogicMD of Westchester New York

 

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy

Purchase New York Bioidentical Hormone Doctor, David Lans, D.O. of BodyLogicMD in Westchester County New York specializes in the use of Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy to help men and women find relief from the symptoms and conditions related to hormonal imbalance such as menopause, andropause, thyroid disorders and adrenal fatigue. Using only the highest quality in natural Bioidentical Hormones, Dr. Lans has dedicated his Westchester County New York practice to providing the very best in preventative and functional medicine through customized Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy programs.

As an active member of the American Academy for Anti-Aging Medicine and with extensive training through a fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Lans is invested in furthering his own education, knowledge, and understanding of hormonal changes and the hormone related affects of aging in both men and women. Recognized among the most highly trained bioidentical hormones doctors in the nation, David Lans, D.O. discovered the amazing benefits of Functional Medicine and alternative treatments after decades of working in the fields of internal medicine and Rheumatology. Dr. Lans became increasingly familiar with the limitations of the western and allopathic medicine in which he was trained, and wanted a new approach to patient care that gave him an opportunity to address his patient’s needs from a fresh perspective.

This search is what led Dr. Lans to delve more deeply into functional medicine, emphasizing nutrition, epigenetic and metabolic factors in human health. With his expertise in the areas of musculoskeletal, immunologic and cardiovascular health, Dr Lans is well familiar with the importance of a body working harmoniously with itself and environment. Taking this approach to each new patient allows Dr. Lans to best treat each person as a whole and not just acutely treating one symptom at a time.

Hormones Used In Bioidentical Hormone Therapy:

Estrogen

The term estrogen actually describes the functioning of estradiol, estriol, and estrone.  Estrogen is primarily a female hormone produced in the ovaries, fat tissue, and adrenal glands. Men also create small amounts of estrogen in their testes. A lack of estrogen can lead to hot flashes, night sweats, thinning bones, fatigue, mood changes, sagging breasts, wrinkling skin, thinning or dull hair, and breakable nails. Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy designed to treat estrogen imbalance has been shown to relieve symptoms of estrogen dominance and deficiency, and alleviate the symptoms of menopause.

Testosterone

Testosterone is primarily a male hormone, but it is also present in smaller amounts in women. Both genders experience the effects of too little testosterone, including weight gain, hair loss, fatigue, depression, and low sex drive. In addition, men with unbalanced testosterone levels may experience unwanted breast growth. Replacing deficient testosterone with bioidentical hormones continues to help thousands of men overcome andropause related symptoms such as sexual dysfunction, insufficient energy levels, and more.

Pregnenolone

Pregnenolone is a steroid hormone that is first synthesized by cholesterol and then created in the adrenal glands. Pregnenolone, along with the hormone DHEA, is responsible for creating testosterone and all other hormones in the body. Because it is made from the supporting tissues in the brain, pregnenolone activates neurological receptors that alternately stimulate and calm the brain. When this level of hormone is too low, people are likely to experience fatigue and problems with concentration and memory. Mood disturbances are also common, with depression and irritability being the most frequent complaints.

DHEA

This hormone, which is secreted by the adrenal glands, is the foundation for both male and female sex hormones. These are also known as androgens and estrogens. When DHEA is out of balance, it can also affect the production of estrogen, testosterone, and cortisol. People with unbalanced DHEA often complain of aching of the joints, lowered sex drive, a decreased immune system, fatigue, depression, and loss of muscle mass. Using Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy to maintain optimal DHEA balance can help the body function efficiently and reduce the risk of DHEA related side effects.

Insulin

Insulin is a hormone that is secreted in the pancreas to balance blood sugar. People that eat large quantities of sugar can eventually burn out the cells that secrete insulin in the pancreas, which can lead to Type II Diabetes. A high sugar diet can also lead to insulin resistance, which occurs when the body gets so used to insulin being in the bloodstream that it stops recognizing it is present, rendering it unable to balance blood sugar. Insulin resistance can also lead to Type II Diabetes. A Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy can help the body detect and maintain proper insulin levels preventing many symptoms related to insulin resistance.

Progesterone

Without progesterone, women cannot have a menstrual period or maintain reproduction. Progesterone is the second primary female hormone, and it helps to balance the functions of estrogen and prevent estrogen dominance. Common symptoms of low progesterone include bloating, water retention, fatigue, mood changes, irregular periods, increased PMS symptoms, dysmenorrhea, weight gain, infertility, and amenorrhea. Maintaining proper progesterone balance with Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy is tried and proven method to regulate the progesterone hormones and prevent symptoms and conditions related with progesterone imbalance.

Cortisol

Although the technical name for this hormone is cortisol, some doctors and lay people refer to it as the stress hormone. The adrenal glands produce and secrete cortisol in response to stress, also known as the fight or flight response. Because many people today live highly stressful lives, they may have unbalanced levels of cortisol present in their bodies. Left unchecked, this can lead to Type II diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and weight gain. Balancing cortisol levels in the body with Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy can prevent a stress breakdown and leave patients feeling energized and well equipped to deal with anything life throws their way.

David Lans, D.O. of BodyLogicMD in Westchester County New York uses state of the art diagnostic testing to identify each patient’s unique hormonal needs and current state of total health and wellness. From these results Dr. Lans will then design a Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy as part of a total wellness program encompassing lifestyle, diet and exercise. Do not wait any longer to learn more about how a custom tailored Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy can help you overcome your hormone related conditions. Schedule a consultation with David Lans, D.O. of BodyLogicMD in Westchester New York today to learn more about how Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy can help you achieve and sustain optimal hormone levels and wellness.

 

Call New york Bioidentical Expert David Lans, M.D. at 800-775-4902 Ext. 585 to schedule your consultation & discuss your symptoms.

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