BHRT can treat your hypothyroidism symptoms Atlanta GA

BHRT can treat your hypothyroidism symptoms

BHRT Atlanta Hormone Doctors Are Available to Treat Your Hypothyroidism

BHRT, or bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, is a revolutionary treatment that provides your body with the important hormones it needs. Hypothyroidism is a common medical condition that is caused by a disruption in the body’s natural hormone levels. Let’s first look at the thyroid gland and its importance in maintaining hormone balances in the human body before delving into how BHRT can help you with your hypothyroidism.

The thyroid gland is a small, two-lobed organ that is located in the center of your body, right above your collarbone. Its main job is to regulate the production and distribution of two hormones – thyroxine (also known as T4) and triiodothyronine (T3.) These hormones are released once the pituitary gland, located in your brain, produces and distributes thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH.) T4 is the inactive form of T3. T3 is a very important hormone in your body that tells your body to produce energy and to increase its metabolism. T3 is also linked to the production of serotonin in your body, which is the feel-good hormone that gives you feelings of happiness and content. Without an adequate level of T3 being produced and distributed in the body, a body’s mood, metabolism, and energy levels may all be decreased. These symptoms can be treated, however, and thyroid hormones can be replenished using BHRT.

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Signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism

You may be experiencing hypothyroidism if you are noticing any of these symptoms: lack of energy, depressed mood, reduced sex drive, constipation, loss of memory, being easily irritated or feeling weak. If you are a woman and you are experiencing abnormal menstrual periods, then this could also be caused by an underlying hypothyroid condition. If you are experiencing these symptoms, then it is important to know that your condition can be improved using BHRT.

BHRT and hypothyroidism

Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy can help you manage your hypothyroidism. There are many people that are living with the agonizing symptoms of hypothyroidism that never get the treatment they need. By undergoing BHRT, your hypothyroidism will be treated using slow-release T3 and T4, or with other bio-identical hormones that mimic the exact physiological structure of the thyroid hormones. BHRT can restore your hormones back to their appropriate levels and can give you back your life.

BHRT doctors in Atlanta- Dr.s Eldred Taylor and Ava Taylor


BHRT can treat your hypothyroidism by getting your thyroid hormone levels back to where they need to be. The people of Atlanta, GA trust the doctors at Taylor Medical Group to come up with customized BHRT plans to restore their bodies to fully functioning levels. Don’t let hypothyroidism get in the way of your daily life. If you live near Atlanta, GA, and are ready to seek treatment for your hypothyroidism, book an appointment at Taylor Medical today.

About Author

Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D

Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D

Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D., originally from Atlanta, Georgia, received her Bachelor of Science degree from Spelman College. She later received her medical degree from Morehouse School of Medicine. She completed her Family Practice training at Floyd Medical Center in Rome, Georgia and her psychiatry residency at Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Bell-Taylor has extensive post-graduate medical training in Functional, Integrative, and Anti-Aging Medicine. She is certified in Functional Medicine. Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D. is a holistic doctor with a focus on functional and integrative medicine. Combining functional medicine with her knowledge of conventional medicine has enabled Dr. Bell-Taylor to help many patients suffering from depression, anxiety, insomnia, attention-deficient, dementia, and eating disorders. Dr. Bell-Taylor specializes in functional medicine with a special emphasis on how hormone disorders, environmental factors, lifestyle choices, and nutritional deficiencies contribute to brain dysfunction, like depression, attention deficiency, anxiety, insomnia, dementia, and other chronic medical illnesses. Dr. Ava Bell- Taylor is the co-author with her husband, Eldred B, Taylor, M.D, of two must-read books, Are Your Hormone Making You Sick? and The Stress Connection: How Adrenal Gland Dysfunction Effects Your Health.