Hormone Pellet Therapy for Memory in Clovis, NM
Do you often enter a room and forget why you went in there? Do you have trouble remembering important details more often than you used to? In middle age, both men and women can experience more frequent forgetfulness, or what some refer to as brain fog. Cognitive changes during menopause and andropause are usually the result of a gradual decrease in key hormone levels, and these hormonal imbalances can lead to difficulty concentrating and remembering things. However, these imbalances are treatable with the BioTE® method utilizing bio-identical hormone pellet therapy.
What is Hormone Pellet Therapy for Memory?
The BioTE® method using hormone pellet therapy is a treatment designed to combat hormone imbalance, which is a contributing factor to brain fog and forgetfulness. The BioTE® method using hormone pellet therapy can help to resolve symptoms such as mood swings and poor sleep that affect memory and mental acuity. When a person's moods and sleep are back to normal, cognition and memory are, too.
How Does Hormone Pellet Therapy for Memory Work?
The BioTE® method using hormone pellet therapy contains estrogen and testosterone that are derived from natural sources to replicate the body's normal hormone levels. Implants of these hormones are placed under the skin in a painless in-office procedure, and they consistently release optimal doses of hormones that have a therapeutic effect.
Hormone pellet therapy provides sustained hormone levels throughout the day for up to three to five months. Restoring these important hormone levels can lead to more consistent moods and a return to better mental acuity and memory.
Request Information about Hormone Pellet Therapy for Memory Today
The BioTE® method utilizing bio-identical hormone pellet therapy is a safe and effective treatment that has been in use for decades. Request more information about hormone pellet therapy today: Call (806) 797-4596 or contact Interventional Pain and Regenerative Medicine online.
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