A woman’s body has nearly 60 different hormones, which act as chemical messengers. All of these hormones are required for the female body to function at its best. Each hormone has a vital role to play. Some of these hormones send signals to certain organs, tissues, and glands to secrete other vital chemicals that are necessary for the woman’s body to function properly. Therefore, a delicate balance must be maintained, or breakdowns in the physical body and over all well-being can occur.
These crucial hormones are responsible for providing the signals for hunger, metabolism, stress, glucose uptake, sexual performance, cellular regeneration, and much more. The most important compound is the human growth hormone (HGH). In fact, this specific substance is a large part of all of the functions listed above, which is why HGH therapy is necessary when a deficiency occurs.
Increase in metabolism and body fat loss
Decrease in cortisol levels and better sleep
Improvement in glucose uptake
Lower cholesterol level
Improved memory and mental clarity
Better immunity and quicker recovery time
A woman’s hormone levels fluctuate during the course of her lifetime. There are three main factors that play a major role in the fluctuation – puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. These three factors also affect how well the growth hormone levels are maintained, and how well the body functions with the following:
Many medical providers emphasize the need for up to 8 hours of sleep every night. When a woman sleeps, her body releases hormones and processes everything that occurred during the day.
Sustaining the proper levels of growth hormones (HGH) for women is vital for the body to function at its best.
To learn more about hormone replacement therapy, contact NuFemme Rejuvenation Clinic today.