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Hormones

In a normal, properly functioning body, your organs produce the right amounts of hormones to help you control stress, sleep well, form relationships, control temperature, reproduce, digest food, maintain a healthy weight, and remember things. However, stress, environment, eating habits, sleeping habits and other every-day life situations can cause hormones to fluctuate across the board. We are also seeing an increase or decrease in certain hormones because of the increase in processed foods in our food supply over the years. Making sure your body is getting the best nutrition to keep healthy is more important now than ever.

If you experience problems in any of these areas, the professionals at Smart Health can help you identify the underlying cause and restore function to the affected organs, helping you enjoy a more satisfying quality of life – in all areas of your life! They can also help develop a personalized plan to keep you healthy based on your body reactions to certain foods and environmental stresses.

If we can look at the natural reasons that this is happening to you, a more balanced life can be right around the corner. Rather than masking symptoms, we like to get to the bottom of why your body is reacting the way it is and what is causing hormone overloads or deficiencies. Once we find the root cause, we can help get you on a natural road to recovery via a change in diet, nutritional supplements or chiropractic body adjustments.

While we often hear about hormone irregularities in women – particularly in relation to menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause – deficiencies occur in men as well. Synthetic therapies may alleviate the symptoms in the short term, but proper identification and treatment of the underlying cause is the most effective way to ensure long-term relief without drugs or surgery.

Whatever your dietary complaint, the professionals at Smart Health will help you reach your goal of good health and a better quality of life!

Hormones

What Our Clients Are Saying...

Improved Hormonal Blood Work! “I am so happy! I have significant improvement with my hormonal blood work. In February 2011, my testosterone, DHEA and estradiol (estrogen) were all abnormally high. I started a Nutrition Response Testing program in June 2011 because I did not want to go on hormones or the birth control pill. When I had my follow up blood work in May 2012, ALL are in the normal range. And I’ve also lost 5 pounds. Thank you! ” - E.C.