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HRT for Women  
How HRT Helps With Women's Depression
Treat Depression with Hormone Replacement Therapy
Women face numerous challenges as they age. In addition to decreased levels of estrogen, progesterone and testosterone, there are other hormones that taper off during menopause such as DHEA, melatonin, human growth hormone and thyroid hormones. At the same time, excess amounts of other hormones (e.g. insulin, parathyroid hormone and cortisol) may accumulate.

As these hormone levels are altered, women experience a magnitude of symptoms that affect the breasts, vagina, bones, blood vessels, gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract, cardiovascular system, skin, brain and energy levels. Some of the frequent complaints we hear at Forever Ageless include depression, feeling down, anxiety, unexplained sadness, and mood swings. Every woman experiences something similar after giving birth. At that time her hormones drop from an all time high to almost zero in a matter of few hours. Usually it takes a few months for the hypothalamus, hypophysis, and ovaries to recuperate before hormone production returns to normal. Extreme cases are called postpartum depression.

With proper implementation of Hormone Replacement Therapy, these symptoms can be greatly diminished or treated without using antidepressants.
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