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(can be caused by medications, emotional stress, stimulants and more)
The adrenals are responsible for putting out stress hormones such as adrenaline, epinephrine, cortisol, pregnenolone and DHEA. There are several stages of adrenal dysfunction. Chronic stress will initially put your adrenals in overdrive until they cannot keep up anymore. If you feel “tired but wired” with weight gain and difficulty falling asleep, then you may be experiencing the onset of adrenal dysfunction. It may feel like your thyroid is off. After some time, the adrenals will not be able to keep up, causing extreme fatigue, exhaustion, poor sleep, low libido with possible menstrual irregularities that can feel like menopause. If you have any of these symptoms please call us today. We can diagnose this with simple blood and saliva testing.
Symptoms of High Cortisol
Symptoms of Low Cortisol
Hypothyroidism is a common disorder in which your thyroid gland does not make enough thyroid hormone. The thyroid gland sits in the front of your neck and is responsible for most of your body functions. Having an underactive thyroid can greatly impact your quality of life and contribute to fatigue, weight gain and brain fog (slow thinking). Hypothyroidism is frequently missed and undertreated, leaving patients hopeless. Patients often go to several providers before this is diagnosed. Here at Total Mobile Medical, we perform a comprehensive examination to diagnose your condition and identify the cause.
Symptoms of Hypothyroidism
A proper hormone balance is essential to your wellbeing. Sometimes these hormones become imbalanced and create undesirable symptoms such as heavy periods, headaches, mood swings, abdominal pain or excessive facial hair and infertility. This is your body telling you that something is wrong. While there are simple solutions to this, they are not optimal and typically create other problems. Here at Total Mobile Medical, we get to the root cause and find a solution that aligns with your belief system. Whether you want to try herbal and lifestyle changes or go right into hormone therapy, we are here to support you along the way and will provide you with all options available.
Menopause is a time in a woman’s life when she stops having monthly periods. At this time the ovaries stop making the hormones estrogen and progesterone. These hormones are essential to your quality of life. Decreased hormone production causes nighttime awakening with hot flashes and anxiety that keep you awake all night. Many women also experience a decrease in sexual desire and painful sex that can lead to a strain on your relationship. As a result, many women can develop depression. Menopause is a natural part of life, but that doesn’t mean you have to suffer. Hormone replacement therapy remains the most effective solution for alleviating menopausal symptoms and it may help provide protection for the heart and brain as well. With Total Mobile Medical, we work with you to customize your hormone program with a personalized blend of medicines to fit your individual needs.
Symptoms of Menopause
Benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy
Low Testosterone in Women
Do you have brain fog, weight gain and low sex drive? Many women think of estrogen when talking about female hormones, but testosterone is equally important. Testosterone is essential for bone metabolism, cognition, and sexual function. Similar to men, it declines with age. Previous surgeries, birth control, genetics, obesity, and environmental factors will also lower testosterone. Optimizing your testosterone level will improve mental clarity, sleep, sex drive and weight loss. It also lowers cholesterol and blood sugars. If you are overweight, feel foggy with a low sex drive, you may have low testosterone. We can confirm this with a simple blood test.