Hormone Health

Balanced hormones are critical for optimal health, which is why imbalanced hormones can lead to a variety of health problems. Functional Medicine helps you find a real solution by getting to the root of what is creating the imbalances.

Hormone health

Hormone Conditions

Hormonal imbalance • Low libido • Weight gain • Adrenal dysfunction • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) • Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) • Amenorrhea • Menopause/perimenopause • Skin issues • Low Testosterone • Andropause

When your hormones are out of whack, then it often takes a toll on the rest of your health. Hormone imbalances are often a foundational health problem, causing a domino effect that impacts many other aspects of your health.

Painful or irregular periods, mood swings, hair loss, weight gain, and low libido are just the “tip of the iceberg” when it comes to hormone imbalances. You might be surprised to learn how many health conditions are connected to hormonal problems: hypertension, heart disease, adrenal fatigue, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis, and more.

You don’t have to struggle with the side-effects of medications or hormone replacement therapy. Instead, Functional Medicine is a great way to get to the root of hormonal imbalances. This holistic approach helps by bringing balance to the whole body, which naturally reduces symptoms and improves overall health.


of women

report that low sex drive has a negative impact on their relationships. 1

PCOS is one of the most leading sources of infertility, affecting

6% - 12%

(up to 5 million) of US women of reproductive age. 2

An estimated

2.5 million

Americans suffer from chronic fatigue, but most of them have not been diagnosed.

Our goal is to find the lifestyle factors that are creating these imbalances. Addressing the underlying problems through Lifestyle modifications is a powerful way to help you find a long-lasting solution. Functional Medicine focuses on a whole-body approach, with the goal of minimizing symptoms by improving balance in the body.

  1. https://www.healthline.com/health/treating-hsdd/impact-on-relationships#Talk-to-your-partner
  2. https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/basics/pcos.html#:~:text=PCOS%20is%20one%20of%20the,beyond%20the%20child%2Dbearing%20years.
  3. Institute of Medicine. 2015. Beyond Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Redefining an Illness. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/19012.
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Our Approach

Working with a Functional Medicine provider means that you have access to a team of health experts who dedicate the time you deserve. We get to the root of health concerns by focusing on more than just the symptoms. We care for the human body as a whole, offering an individual approach for each patient. These six key lifestyle factors play an essential role in the healing process:

Physical Activity & Exercise

Regular exercise balances a variety of hormones in the body. When you are moving regularly, dopamine levels improve, serotonin is released, and testosterone and estrogen are boosted. In order to maximize optimal hormone levels, it’s important to include both strength training and aerobic exercises in your schedule.

Diet & Nutrition

Many people don’t realize how much diet and nutrition play a role in hormone balancing. A hormone-balancing diet focuses on foods to include healthy fats, protein, and nutrient-dense vegetables, as well as foods to avoid sugar, gluten, dairy, and processed foods.


If you’re having trouble sleeping, then it’s likely linked to your hormone levels. Sleep quality goes down, even if you are exhausted and have low-energy. Dialing in the right strategy for restful sleep helps with hormone balancing. At the same time, improved hormone levels can optimize your sleep.

Stress reduction & Mental health

Chronic stress keeps your body in “fight or flight” throughout the day, which has an undeniable impact on your hormones. Promoting homeostatic balance in the body starts with lowering stress levels to support biological processes that need to occur.

Harmful substance reduction

The substances taken into your body have a dramatic impact on hormone balancing. Drugs, alcohol, and other toxic substances can impair your body's hormone system by taxing the liver, affecting blood sugar levels, and dysregulating the endocrine system. Avoiding these harmful substances is an integral part of the healing process.

Healthy Relationships

Solid relationships and community play a role in your overall health. Stressful relationships increase cortisol levels and affect other hormones within the body. Good relationships provide the support you need for improving overall health and wellness.

Our Functional Medicine team takes a proactive approach to reframe hormone balancing. By getting to the root issues of your imbalances, you can create lasting changes in your life. These pillars of health have an undeniable impact on overall wellness, helping you reclaim your health – now and in the future.

Symptoms related to hormone dysfunction aren’t the cause of your hormone issues – they are the warning that root problems need to be addressed. Getting to the foundation of these imbalances is essential so you can start feeling better.

Stress-Hormone Connection

Chronic stress is quite common in our modern world – and this issue has an undeniable impact on hormone health. When you are feeling stressed, specific hormone pathways are disrupted… causing imbalances throughout the body. Managing stress is a critical aspect of Lifestyle Medicine, helping to restore hormone dysregulation and restore balance in the body.

PCOS-Insulin Connection

As the most common hormonal disorder in women, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) can affect many aspects of health. These hormone imbalances are connected with insulin resistance, which is why a holistic approach is essential to restore health. Improving insulin sensitivity and balancing hormones can reduce symptoms associated with PCOS.

Perimenopause and Lifestyle Medicine

You don’t have to suffer through severe hot flashes and the discomforts of perimenopause. Covering up the symptoms of perimenopause with hormone replacement therapy. Functional Medicine addresses the lifestyle factors that contribute to hormone imbalances, helping women age gracefully with optimal health.

Male Andropause

When men experience a drastic drop in hormone levels, it plays a similar role in the body as menopause in women. Functional Medicine can help with age-related declines in testosterone levels by restoring hormone balance in the body through lifestyle management. This approach makes it possible to manage negative symptoms associated with hormonal changes.

Hormone balancing starts with your daily lifestyle choices, giving you a proven way to balance the body while minimizing the use of medications.

Contact us for more information about how Functional Medicine helps with hormone balancing.