Women’s
Health

​As a woman, your body goes through many changes. You have unique needs.
We design a personalized program around those needs, not the other way around.

Before, during and after menopause, hormones can go haywire.

This quick and often scary shift can result in:

Low energy

Decreased cognitive function – "brain fog"

Dry, thinning skin – loss of elasticity

Increased weight gain

Aches, pains and stiffness

Vaginal dryness/painful intercourse

Hot Flashes

Bladder changes

Irritability/anxiety/mood changes

Poor sleep

Decreased libido and sexual performance

Pre-existing and underlying conditions often become worse around menopause.

These can include:

Increased cholesterol and blood pressure

Increased risk of heart disease

Low bone density / osteoporosis

Estrogen and Progesterone

Estrogen and progesterone work together to bring a harmonious balance to your body. When estrogen levels suddenly plummet through menopause, everything can be dramatically shifted almost instantly. Often this results in symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats.

If left untreated, insufficient hormone levels could cause serious issues such as bone loss, circulation problems, chronic fatigue and irritability. Due to our incredible preventive medicine, these levels can be balanced again and many if not all the symptoms completely reversed.


Testosterone for Women

Improvements in cognitive functioning and mood

A leaner body composition: body fat vs lean mass

Stronger bone density

Reduced cholesterol levels

Improved glucose control

Improved libido and sexual performance



Thyroid Hormone

Both men and women have a thyroid, but women are much more affected by it than men. Going to any primary care doctor to get your levels checked may result in a clean bill of health. As long as your levels falls between the “normal” range then you won’t be diagnosed with a thyroid issue. The problem is that this method of testing was created to be one size fits all. Even if you are on the low-low end of the range, you are still considered normal. Cenegenics uses several factors to determine your true levels and where they should be for your unique body to function at its best. We know that there is no cookie cutter plan to optimal health.

​DH​​​​EA

As a key hormone for health, DHEA starts to decline as you age. Low levels can increase the chances of heart disease, depression, cognitive decline, low bone density and overall mortality. Balancing low DHEA levels can result in:

  • Bone density
  • Fat free mass
  • Sexual arousal
  • Insulin sensitivity
  • Lower risk of heart disease
  • Elevated mood and sense of well-being
  • IGF-1 – your own natural growth hormone


Does This All Sound Complex?

Health, especially as a woman, isn’t always as simple as it should be. It can feel like you’re alone at times with so many complex things happening at once. With our elite health team, you’re anything but alone. We’re with you every step of the way. Cheering on your success and helping you reach new goals. Our program has helped thousands of successful women just like you regain their health, vitality and confidence!

Our world class team is ready to provide you with an excellent experience!