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Southwest Integrative Medicine Offers Free eBook "Do Your Hormones Need Balancing?"
Date:2/5/2013

PHOENIX, Feb. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- A free eBook titled, "Do Your Hormones Need Balancing," has been written by two bioidentical hormone doctors in Phoenix, Arizona. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) continues to gain popularity with patients around the US for treating a range of hormone imbalance symptoms, from weight gain and lack of libido to hair loss and mood swings. This eBook, available online, covers the seven most common hormone imbalance symptoms. It also highlights specific bioidentical hormones and how they work to treat debilitating hormone imbalance symptoms, restoring patients' health and vitality.

Drs. Christy Cline and Robin Terranella , bioidentical hormone doctors in Phoenix and Scottsdale and authors of "Do Your Hormones Need Balancing," effectively use BHRT to treat both men and women from multiple age groups for a variety of hormone imbalance symptoms. Some of these symptoms include: weight gain, sexual dysfunction, hair loss, fatigue, mood swings and sleep disorders. Contrary to popular belief, men are not immune to the symptoms of hormone imbalances. BHRT works effectively for both men and women from multiple age groups.

Customized Bioidentical Hormones, Scottsdale and Phoenix

By downloading this free eBook, individuals have an immediate resource to track common symptoms they may suspect are related to a hormone imbalance. For instance, fatigue is one of the most widespread health complaints in the United S
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