Bioidentical Hormones for Fatigue


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Along with neurotransmitters, hormones control the entire body and determine the quality of our life. They determine the ability of the bones to maintain their integrity, the skin to maintain its hydration, the brain to maintain peak functioning, the body to maintain its youthfulness. In essence, they impart the ability to thrive! When the hormones are at their peak, we are at our peak! As hormone levels dwindle and the body starts to age, the body becomes more and more lethargic and afflicted with fatigue. This downward trajectory of deterioration, however, is unnecessary since hormones can be replenished naturally.


  • Thyroid
  • Cortisol
  • DHEA
  • Melatonin
  • Estrogen
  • Progesterone
  • Growth Hormone
  • Testosterone

Find out about yourself

Do you have elevated cholesterol?
May be sign of low thyroid hormone.
Do you have brain fog or difficulty concentrating?
May be sign of low thyroid hormone.
Do you have low mood or depression?
May be sign of low thyroid hormone.
Do you wake up with a puffy face and or swollen eyelids?
May be sign of low thyroid hormone.
Read more about Thyroid Hormone
Thyroid : This hormone is one of the main regulators of metabolism. It stimulates the engines of the cell, the mitochondria, to produce fuel. Without enough thyroid hormone, multiple systems become sluggish and slow down as exemplified by slow hair growth (or no hair growth at all), constipation, persistent cold feet/hands, poor nail growth, and slow metabolism manifested as weight gain.
Is caffeine an important energizer or pick me up in the morning or the afternoon?
If so you may have adrenal fatigue and low cortisol levels.
Have you ever been diagnosed with fibromyalgia or have vague aches, pains, and joint soreness?
May be indicative of low cortisol levels
Do energy levels plunge down in the afternoon?
May be indicative of low cortisol levels
Read more about Cortisol
Cortisol : This hormone is produced by the adrenal glands and helps buffer the effects of stress on the body. It is the body’s natural anti-inflammatory. Adequate levels contribute to a heightened sense of energy and ability to complete goals and tasks throughout the day.
Do you find yourself feeling pessimistic or anxious?
It can be indicative of a less than optimal DHEA level
Are you intolerant of noise?
It can be indicative of a less than optimal DHEA level
Are you easily irritated?
It can be indicative of a less than optimal DHEA level
Read more about DHEA
DHEA : This is another one of the main hormones produced by the adrenal glands and is an indicator of overall adrenal function. If levels are less than optimal, it may be a sign of adrenal fatigue which causes the whole body to feel a sense of fatigue. Optimal levels are important for maintaining a strong and healthy immune system. Enhanced immunity is the keystone for warding off chronic illnesses and fatigue as we age.
Do you have difficulty falling asleep or remaining asleep?
You may have a shortage of melatonin
Is your sleep restless and disturbed?
You may have a shortage of melatonin
Does your skin appear to be aging at an accelerated rate?
You may have a shortage of melatonin
Read more about Melatonin
Melatonin : This substance plays a role both as a hormone and an antioxidant. In fact, melatonin is known as one of the most powerful anti-oxidants and is therefore the body's own powerful anti-aging protector. As a hormone, melatonin governs and regulates the sleep –wake cycle. Without proper levels of melatonin, sleep issues such as chronic insomnia arise. Nothing is more effective than sleep in the rejuvenation of the immune system, skin, and body in general. Sleep is the mainstay as the singular most important contributor to cellular vitality and youth. Melatonin is produced from the conversion of serotonin, a neurotransmitter. If low levels of serotonin are present, there may not be enough material to convert into melatonin. This will be discussed in the section on neurotransmitters.
Do you have bloating and/or migraines?
You may have low Estrogen
Are there sprinkles of fine lines and tiny wrinkles around the eyes, mouth, and lips?
You may have low Estrogen
Do you have cysts or fibroids?
You may have low Estrogen
Do you have painful menstrual cycles?
You may have low Estrogen
Read more about Estrogen
Estrogen : This vital hormone confers youthfulness to the skin, protects the brain against aging, maintains the female menstrual cycle, and plays a vital role in mood, attitude, and self-image. Healthy estrogen levels help women feel positive and joyful.
Do you suffer from bloating or migraines?
You may have low Progesterone
Do you suffer from anxiety or depression?
You may have low Progesterone
Do you suffer from painful menstrual cramps?
You may have low Progesterone
Have you ever had a diagnosis of PCOS, fibroids, endometriosis or cysts?
You may have low Progesterone
Read more about Progesterone
Progesterone : This hormone plays multiple roles in the body and is estrogen’s side-kick. Progesterone helps prevent water retention, has a relaxing/calming effect and acts as a natural anti-depressant.
Do you have flabby muscles?
You may have low levels of Growth Hormone
Do you have low self-esteem?
You may have low levels of Growth Hormone
Do you have difficulty making decisions?
You may have low levels of Growth Hormone
Do you feel weak, tired, and achy?
You may have low levels of Growth Hormone
Read more about Growth Hormone
Growth Hormone : This is the epitome of anti-aging hormones, hailed for its ability to maintain skin free from wrinkles, maintain strong, healthy muscle s, and help regenerate tissues. No substance can confer these benefits to the body without also impacting the mind! Growth Hormone engenders feelings of decisive action, positive self-image and enhanced self-esteem.
Do you have fatigue and depression?
May be sign of low testosterone
Do you have saggy skin and flabby muscles?
May be sign of low testosterone
Do you have poor concentration?
May be sign of low testosterone
Do you procrastinate?
May be sign of low testosterone
Do you have poor confidence?
May be sign of low testosterone
Read more about Testosterone
Testosterone : This hormone is not far behind growth hormone in its ability to confer renewing and invigorating properties to both the male and female body. For men, it is central to cardiovascular health and should be one of the first parameters testing when cardiovascular issues are suspected. The area that has the greatest concentration of receptor sites for testosterone is: the Heart! Testosterone levels are also one of the main levels to consider when working with a diabetic state. For men, the lower the testosterone levels, the more resistant the effects to insulin. Restoring healthy testosterone levels re-sensitizes the receptor sites to insulin. Testosterone is also very important for women. Healthy testosterone levels allow women to maximize muscle tone, provide “an edge” in mental fitness and are energizing. Are you female and have been diagnosed with PCOS? The key is to turn testosterone into friend, not foe. It can be done with the proper synergy of substances.

At Fatigue to fit centers our experts set up comprehensive detailed hormone analysis, testing with Urine, Blood or Urine. After the lab evaluation, hormone questionnaire and clinical correlation a complete anti-fatigue bioidentical Hormone replacement therapy is recommended.


  • Male Hormone Evaluation Questionnaire
  • Female Hormone Evaluation Questionnaire
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