Serving Murfreesboro, TN
Most people face a real hard time losing weight due to lack of energy or willpower. If you have been fatigued or experiencing significant mood and weight changes, our qualified team can evaluate your body chemistry to determine the right weight loss approach.
Adrenal fatigue is the result of low cortisol levels, which can lead to symptoms, such as frequent tiredness, mental fogginess, and cravings for fatty or salty carbohydrate foods.
Menopause occurs in women generally between the ages of 45 and 55, and is marked by declining levels of estrogen, progesterone and testosterone. These low hormone levels contribute to symptoms, such as weight gain, mood swings, depression and fatigue.
Don’t ignore your symptoms. You can get relief from these symptoms, and prevention of the serious medical dangers they may lead to, with supplemental hormones and hormone therapy treatments.
At Primary Care Family Doctors, get safe and effective hormone therapy treatments
Andropause affects men generally between the ages of 40 and 55. A decline in testosterone levels leads to symptoms including mood changes, fatigue and loss of sex drive.
Hypothyroidism occurs when your body is producing low levels of the thyroid hormone, affecting your metabolism rate and leading to symptoms, such as weight gain, feeling cold, constipation and more.
Hyperthyroidism occurs with an excess production of the thyroid hormone, resulting in symptoms, such as weight loss, frequent sweating and feeling hot, and emotional changes.