• B12 Injection
Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin with a major role in the normal functionality of the brain and nervous system, and for the formation of blood. It is one of the eight B vitamins. It is normally involved in the metabolism of every cell of the human body, especially affecting DNA synthesis and regulation, but also fatty acid metabolism and amino acid metabolism which will result in greater energy and stamina. A minor deficiency can lead to fatigue, anemia, depression and many other, permanent damage to the brain and central nervous system can be effects of a long term deficiency. Vitamin B12 is excreted by the body and store in the liber for use when supplies are scarce.
• HCG Diet.
Dramatic weight loss, Yes it’s possible, Up to a pound a day! Statistics show HCG reduces feelings of hunger. Why? it is believed that the contents of HCG in the blood stream suppresses ones appetite. HCG is a pro-hormone which assists the natural production of Hormone growth. Hormone inbalance or deficiency is sometimes the result of weight Gain, either your thyroid, andropause or (menopause), this hormone offers help. Injections have been shown to raise blood levels of HCG and should be only taken under medical supervision and a prescription from a doctor.
• Men’s Hormone Therapy.
Many men as they age experience Andropause which can cause both emotional and physical changes. Synthoms may include lack of sex drive, low energy levels, decrease in strength and memory loss. This aging causes significant hormonal changes. Hormone production by the testes slowly decreases typically starting in your early 30’s. In recent years interest has developed in the clinical implication of this condition called Andropause.
• Woman’s Hormone Therapy.
Some symptoms experienced by women as they age are related to menopause and decreased activity of the ovaries. Aging in general can cause other symptoms. These symptoms can be hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, decrease interest in sexual intercourse and possibly memory issues. Other related symptoms are urinary incontinence, tiredness, stiff or painful joins, muscle loss and changes in moods such as anxiety, depression and/or irritability. Compounded HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy) can improve some of these changes. Blood test results reflect these changes in female hormones, progesterone, estriol, estridiol and testosterone.
• Fat Loss Programs.
Weight loss is all too often the goal of patients, when after some crash diet they leave themselves in a worse metabolic situation then before they started. Simply losing weight is not an appropriate goal, rather a focus on positively changing body composition is the most functional approach to take.
At Revitalize Health we focus not on weight loss but rather on manipulating body composition and lifestyle change to leave the patient in the best shape possible and in the best metabolic condition to maintain the results for the long term. This philosophy is much safer, more functional and produces lasting result.
• Thyroid Optimization.
TSH, or the thyroid stimulating hormone, is a hormone naturally produced in the pituitary gland. This gland is located in the brain within the hypothalamus gland. TSH helps increase the production of the thyroid gland that is in the neck in order to stimulate the growth of thyroid hormones. If there are too many hormones being produced in the thyroid gland, it can stop the pituitary gland from producing more TSH, which then reduces proper thyroid hormone production. With the thyroid stimulating hormone, the growth and production of hormones is more regulated.
• Adrenal Fatigue.
Andrenal Fatigue also known as a syndrome, that rsults when the adrenal glans function below the necessary level. Most commonly associated with intense or prolonged stress it can also arrise during infections, broncatis and pneumonia. You may look and act relatively normal with adrenal fatigue and may show little sense of physical illness, yet you live with a general scene of unwillness. Adrenal fatigue are produce when you adrenal glance can not adequately meet the demands of stress.
• Testosterone Replacement Therapy.
Testosterone replacement therapy(TRT) is needed for men who are not producing a sufficient amount of the testosterone hormone. There are different reasons why their bodies are not producing this hormone, including certain medical conditions or diseases, medications, injury, or simply not producing the hormone at all. For TRT, there are different ways to administer the hormone, including through oral pills, patch, and IV. The dosing depends on a number of factors, including the current level of testosterone, physical health, and how the body reacts to certain doses. Physicians instruction and directions play a vital role
Sermorelin is a growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) that is usually produced naturally in the brain to encourage growth hormones to be produced in the pituitary gland. When sermorelin is prescribed as a supplement, it is usually for someone that lacks the proper growth hormones and has a condition called adult growth hormone deficiency (AGHD). It is usually during puberty when GHRH is produced by the pituitary gland, offering proper growth hormones for this important stage of life.