How IV Therapy Can Help Regulate Your Hormones

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How IV Therapy Can Help Regulate Your Hormones

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Do you feel sluggish and worn out? Are you coping with irritability, worry, or other mood swings throughout the day? Or perhaps do you struggle with headaches, insomnia, or weight loss? Believe it or not, these are all potential problems related to hormone imbalance.

How can one health issue cause so many varied problems? Well, hormones keep the body running smoothly, and they affect almost every major body function. 

Hormones are chemicals produced in the body by endocrine glands. These glands include the thyroid, pituitary, adrenal, thymus, and pineal glands. Some sex hormones—estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone—are produced by the testicles or ovaries. Hormones regulate countless systems by serving as communicators with cells throughout the body by traveling through the bloodstream to organs, tissues, and nerves.

You feel terrific—alert, focused, full of energy—when your hormones are in balance, and your body runs the way it should. But this is a delicate balance. If your body’s thrown out of whack by advancing age, illness, a medical condition, or other causes, your health and well-being can suffer.

It’s important to pinpoint a potential hormonal imbalance as soon as possible to get your wellness back on track and minimize disruptions to your daily life. There are many ways to do this. For instance, you can eat more foods that stabilize hormones or try medication. IV therapy is another great way to support your hormone balance, especially if you have an imbalance caused by a vitamin deficiency.

How IV Therapy Can Help Get You Out of a Funk

An IV infusion is an ideal delivery system for supplying your body with vitamins and minerals for hormone balance support.

IV drip bags are filled with a sterile saline solution that contains specific blends of vitamins, minerals, and other supplements. The ingredients can be customized to address specific health needs. For instance, someone with fatigue and low energy may want a Myers’ Cocktail. Because it contains B and C vitamins, it’s a great way to reduce fatigue.

Another benefit of IV therapy? It goes right into the bloodstream, where it can start circulating to the body’s cells right away. In comparison, an oral supplement or medication first travels through the digestive system. This can take some time, and along the way, the supplement can lose its potency. IV treatments, on the other hand, offer maximum absorption that can translate into more powerful results. 

A highly qualified IV therapy provider, such as Rocky Mountain IV Medics, can help you find a personalized treatment to give you the hormone vitamins and minerals that your body needs. Our registered nurses and paramedics will talk with you about your health history and the specific symptoms you have in order to recommend the best treatment plan for you. 

What Are the Side Effects of Hormone Imbalance?

Because hormones are so important for your overall health, it’s not surprising that imbalanced levels, whether too high or too low, can cause a wide array of side effects.

The symptoms you experience are affected by the type of hormone imbalance. For example, men may lose their hair as their testosterone levels decrease, while fluctuations in female sex hormones may lead to acne, irregular periods, and infertility. That’s why many women seek natural ways to balance estrogen and progesterone, especially if they want to stabilize hormone levels during pregnancy.

Here are just some of the side effects of hormone imbalance:

  • Weight gain
  • Night sweating and insomnia
  • Changes to appetite
  • Headaches
  • Mood swings
  • Increased symptoms of anxiety or depression
  • Low libido
  • Decreased muscle or bone mass
  • Exhaustion
  • Muscle or joint pain
  • Changes to your heart rate
  • Dry skin
  • Heat or cold sensitivity
  • Coronary problems (hypertension, high cholesterol, heart disease)

Tips on How to Balance Hormones in the Future

It can take some time to figure out how to balance your hormones, but the health benefits are well worth the effort. Here are some strategies to implement:

Talk with your doctor

It’s important to rule out any medical conditions from the outset. For instance, abnormal insulin levels could be a sign of prediabetes. You may also have a genetic condition that affects hormone production such as hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism. Your physician may conduct a physical exam and run tests, such as an ultrasound or blood tests, depending on the specific hormone in question. You may also choose to use an at-home test kit to check your hormone levels.

Eat a diet rich in foods that stabilize hormones

Your body loves nutritious vitamins and minerals, and your hormones do, too. Eat a whole-food diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables, lean proteins, and healthy fats from olive oil and nuts. At the same time, limit sugar, alcohol, and processed foods. Plus, a healthy diet makes it easier to maintain your weight, which also helps hormone levels.

Minimize stress every day

Cortisol and adrenaline are two major hormones involved in our fight-or-flight response, flooding the body in times of stress or danger. Unfortunately, constant stress wreaks havoc on your fight-or-flight response, so cortisol and adrenaline stay at too-high levels. Exercise is a fantastic stress reliever (and it also can help promote hormone balance). You can also try yoga, breathing exercises, or meditation to encourage much-needed relaxation.

Talk to your doctor about medication

You may want a natural way to balance estrogen and progesterone if you’re trying to get pregnant, but you may require a little more help. There are some situations when medication could be needed, such as synthetic or bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for people with Addison’s disease (low adrenal hormones), hypothyroidism (low thyroid), or the symptoms of menopause.

Try IV therapy

This treatment works well to replenish a vitamin deficiency. You can also use IV infusions to alleviate symptoms associated with hormone imbalance, such as insomnia, headaches, and fatigue, among many others.

Supplements and Vitamins That Help Find Your Hormone Balance

We recommend the following IV vitamins and minerals for hormone balance support:

  • B Complex and B12 vitamins 
  • Vitamin C 
  • Vitamin D 
  • Magnesium

Contact Rocky Mountain IV Medics to learn more about personalized IV options for hormone vitamin support today. 

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