Adrenal Imbalance can be treated so that women in Tampa, Fl, suffering from adrenal fatigue can continue to enjoy life!

Adrenal imbalance is something that every woman needs to be aware of. For women, imbalances in the adrenal system can result in a condition known as “adrenal fatigue.” Adrenal fatigue contributes to many problems. It can lead to issues with nervous and immune system function, body composition difficulties, blood sugar irregularities, and testosterone/androgen imbalances.

Adrenal Imbalance Treatment Tampa FL

At our Tampa, Fl location, our doctors, Dr. Matt Lewis DC, CFMP, DACBN, and Dr. Winston Cope, M.D., have had many years of experience in helping women overcome the many debilitating symptoms of adrenal fatigue.

“Adrenal imbalance leading to adrenal fatigue can cause many health problems in women – but it doesn’t have to!”

Who Can Benefit From Adrenal Imbalance Treatment?

Women who are suffering adrenal imbalance are usually feeling tired, stressed, and have low energy due to the imbalance lowering their levels of other critical hormones. The adrenal glands are a significant source of testosterone for women. Adrenal fatigue can contribute to low testosterone in women. The benefits of treating adrenal fatigue in women include:

  • Increased Energy and Stamina – By improving adrenal function, our adrenal fatigue treatments help to boost metabolism, which improves your ability to turn fat into energy.
  • Improved Libido and Better Sexual Performance – Since adrenal fatigue in a woman lowers her levels of critical hormones like testosterone, our treatments can increase testosterone and provide increased sex drive, less vaginal dryness, and more satisfying sexual experiences.
  • Improved Memory and Cognition – By raising the levels of critical hormone output, treating your adrenal imbalance can improve memory, focus, and concentration.
  • Reduced stress – A key symptom of an adrenal imbalance in women is increased cortisol levels. Cortisol is known as the stress hormone. Our adrenal imbalance treatments include stress reduction techniques designed to limit the overproduction of cortisol.
  • Improved digestion – Women with an adrenal imbalance tend to have digestive issues. Our adrenal fatigue treatments have been shown to improve gut health which improves digestion and helps to reduce bloating, gas, and other types of gastric distress.
  • Stronger bones – Since our adrenal imbalance treatments are designed to raise a woman’s level of testosterone and her other critical hormones, stronger bones and a decreased risk of osteoporosis are additional benefits.

How Does Hormone Adrenal Imbalance Therapy Work?

The adrenal glands produce three types of steroid hormones: glucocorticoids (cortisol), mineralocorticoids (aldosterone), and androgens (DHEA/DHEAS).

Cortisol enables the body to respond and adapt to the stresses of daily life. It also helps to maintain blood sugar levels and promote a healthy immune system. Aldosterone works to balance salt and water in the body. Androgens secreted by the adrenals provide the majority of DHEA for women.

For women, the adrenal glands are the major source of testosterone. Adrenal fatigue can contribute to low testosterone in women.

Treating adrenal fatigue involves making lifestyle and dietary changes designed to reduce stress and correct your adrenal imbalance. Your adrenal imbalance treatment plan may include certain dietary and nutritional supplements as well as some type of hormone therapy. Your particular adrenal imbalance will be treated based on your unique symptoms and lifestyle.

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue in Women

Adrenal fatigue is not a single condition but rather a group of symptoms that indicate poor adrenal function. The signs and symptoms of adrenal fatigue include:

Adrenal Imbalance Treatment Tampa FL

  • Allergies /asthma
  • Arthritis
  • Digestive disorders
  • Sexual health issues
  • Immune deficiency
  • Bone loss
  • Chemical sensitivities
  • Morning/evening fatigue
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • High blood sugar
  • Increased abdominal fat
  • Memory lapses
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Sugar cravings

If you are experiencing some or all of the above, you may be suffering from adrenal imbalance and could benefit from our unique adrenal fatigue treatments.

What Kind of Results Can I Expect From Adrenal Imbalance For Women?

Every patient’s treatment for an adrenal imbalance will be different, and like any medical treatment or procedure, results can vary. However, every woman that we treat for adrenal imbalance should expect to see increased energy, better digestion, a reduction of feelings of depression and anxiety, and an overall improvement in health and outlook on life.

We Take a Different Approach to Adrenal Imbalances in Women

BioDesign Wellness is the Tampa area’s premier facility for hormone replacement therapies for women. Our unique approach to treating adrenal imbalances can reduce or eliminate most, if not all, of the most debilitating symptoms of adrenal fatigue so that women who have been diagnosed with adrenal issues can continue to enjoy life.

Unlike other clinics that may take a “cookie-cutter” approach to adrenal imbalances, we will tailor your adrenal fatigue treatments to your unique needs and lifestyle.

Don’t let an adrenal imbalance slow you down, impact your intimacy, or otherwise keep you from enjoying all of the things you love about life! Call our Tampa-based hormone specialists today, and learn how adrenal fatigue therapy can change your life.

Common Questions About Adrenal Imbalance and Adrenal Fatigue

"Adrenal fatigue" is a term applied to a collection of nonspecific symptoms, such as body aches, fatigue, nervousness, sleep disturbances, and digestive problems. The term "adrenal fatigue" was coined in 1998 by James Wilson, Ph.D., a naturopath, and expert in alternative medicine. He describes it as a "syndrome" that results "when the adrenal glands function below the necessary level."
There is no test that can detect adrenal fatigue. Many times, a person will be told he or she has adrenal fatigue based on symptoms alone. Sometimes, a blood or saliva test may be offered, but the results and analysis of such tests are often not enough to give a definitive diagnosis of adrenal fatigue.
The root cause of adrenal fatigue is stress. Our doctors understand that adrenal fatigue is a condition caused by overstimulation of the adrenal glands due to long-term stress. When you are overstressed, the adrenals release too much cortisol. Cortisol lowers your testosterone levels, which adds to many of the problems associated with adrenal fatigue.
You can lower your risk of adrenal fatigue by reducing stress and improving your lifestyle. Make changes such as giving up smoking, alcohol, and drugs. Starting an exercise program, eating healthy foods, and following a daily routine for sleeping and waking will almost always make you feel better and could help you avoid the problems of adrenal fatigue.
There is no specific "treatment" for adrenal fatigue. Treatments will be designed to target the root causes. Lifestyle changes and supplementation may be recommended to reduce stress and cortisol release. Hormone replacement may be used to bring hormones back into balance that were thrown off by the increased production of cortisol due to adrenal fatigue.
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