PSIRENITY HEALTH

your hrt journey

Every woman deserves a conversation about her hormonal health so she can make an informed decision about her own wellness.

Psirenity Health’s exclusive collaboration with Bonita Medical Aesthetics & Wellness provides women with personalized hormone review and access to medically guided Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) for those who are candidates.

Women’s health needs evolve with age, requiring additional attention and support.

When hormone levels begin to decline, women often suffer needlessly as they experience a host of physical and emotional symptoms of Perimenopause and Menopause. Many women simply don’t feel like themselves anymore, and often don’t know where to turn to for help, or have attempted to access care and have been told how they feel is ’normal’ and it’s part of ’the change’

Mood Fluctuations

Estrogen has a direct impact on neurotransmitters, which are chemical messengers that facilitate communication between brain cells. It enhances the synthesis and release of neurotransmitters such as acetylcholine, serotonin, and dopamine, which play crucial roles in mood regulation.

Hot Flashes

The decline in estrogen levels affects the hypothalamus, which is the part of the brain that regulates body temperature. Estrogen plays a role in maintaining the stability of the hypothalamus, and its reduction can lead to dysregulation and increased sensitivity to temperature changes, triggering hot flashes.

Insomnia or difficulty sleeping

Hormonal fluctuations during menopause can disrupt the sleep-wake cycle and lead to various sleep problems, such as insomnia, night sweats, and frequent awakenings.

Night sweats

Night sweats are believed to be caused by hormonal fluctuations, particularly the decline in estrogen levels that occur during menopause. Estrogen plays a crucial role in regulating body temperature and sweating.

Brain fog

Estrogen has neuroprotective properties, meaning it helps protect and support the health of brain cells. It promotes the growth and connectivity of neurons and supports the production of neurotransmitters.

Fatigue

Estrogen has been found to have a direct impact on sleep architecture, including sleep duration, sleep efficiency, and the amount of time spent in different stages of sleep. It promotes deeper, more restorative sleep.

Genitourinary Issues

During menopause, the decline in estrogen levels can lead to changes in the vaginal tissues, resulting in symptoms such as dryness, itching, burning, and pain during sexual intercourse.

Anxiety

Estrogen has been found to interact with GABA receptors, enhancing their activity. This interaction helps reduce anxiety and promotes a sense of calm, leading to improved emotional stability.

Heart Disease

Several studies have suggested that starting HRT early in the menopausal transition, especially within the first ten years, may have cardiovascular benefits. Early initiation of HRT has been associated with a reduced risk of heart disease, heart attacks, and overall mortality.

Bone Health / Osteoporosis

Estrogen also has a stimulatory effect on cells called osteoblasts, which are responsible for bone formation. By promoting the activity of osteoblasts, estrogen helps in the production of new bone tissue and the maintenance of bone density.

Colorectal Cancer

Estrogen has anti-inflammatory properties. Chronic inflammation in the colon and rectum can contribute to the development of colorectal cancer. Estrogen helps to suppress inflammation and maintain the integrity of the intestinal lining, reducing the risk of cancer formation.

Azheimer’s Disease

Recent studies have shown that HRT, particularly when initiated early after menopause, may have a protective effect against cognitive decline and reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.

Hormones are potent anti-inflammatory molecules.

We know that inflammation makes us sick. It’s no wonder that as hormone levels start to decline the incidence of chronic disease begins to rise! We know that when women are treated with Hormone Replacement Therapy, especially when given early in menopause, they have stronger hearts, clearer brains, stronger bones and better functioning genitourinary systems which leads to an overall improved quality of life. Staying active, reducing stress and taking the best quality nutraceuticals will all contribute to the prevention and reversal of inflammation, but hormones are an important piece of the puzzle. This is why we believe that EVERY women should know what her hormone levels are, and deserves a conversation with a Medical Provider who has been trained in HRT.

How our Membership Works

Our Comprehensive Approach

1. Analysis

Bloodwork collection analyzing a more complete hormone panel, in-depth family history and lifestyle metrics.

2. Assessment Report

Comprehensive Assessment Report & one hour consultation with an HRT trained medical professional.

3. Prescription

Customized HRT program based on your bloodwork, risk factors and personal goals.

4. Review

Tracking progress through the Psirenity Health App and optimized HRT plan with blood work review and reassessment every 3 months (or as needed).

At Psirenity Health positive outcomes are our top priority.

We complete a very detailed panel of blood work in addition to a robust questionnaire that covers every possible symptom associated with menopause, as well as family history, medical history and emotional wellbeing. Your consultation is a virtual one-on-one with a Psirenity Health Medical Professional specifically trained in Hormone Replacement Therapy. In your one hour consultation your will review everything from nutrition and gut health to hormone levels, focussing on both symptom control and preventative wellness. Together, you will formulate a plan which may or may not include HRT.

The goal of each and every consultation is for every women to feel HEARD, AND EMPOWERED TO MAKE THE BEST CHOICE FOR HERSELF.

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