Many people – and doctors – use antidepressants as a first-line of treatment against depression, anxiety and similar mood disorders. However, many of these conditions are actually hormonal in nature and can be resolved much more effectively (and with far fewer side effects!) using bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT).
Dr. Constance Crisp
There was a special report on the news the other night that talked about BPA in water bottles and other plastics and how too much of these chemicals could be bad for our health. I also read an article on your blog that discussed xenoestrogens and phytoestrogens and how they can impact our health. Can you tell me some more about these estrogens?
A good night’s sleep can be hard to come by for many people. Sometimes, you just can’t fall asleep, and others, you keep waking up throughout the night. You’re left feeling tired and drained, and getting through your day can be a challenge. Medical Director of BodyLogicMD of Little Rock, Dr. Constance Crisp has seen these issues in many of her patients, and has several tips on how to get the sleep you need — without resorting to medications.
Constance Crisp, M.D. practices integrative and functional medicine at her Arkansas-based bioidentical hormones practice, BodyLogicMD of Little Rock. Originally Board Certified in Psychiatry, Dr. Crisp was always deeply interested in the interface between the brain, hormones and overall mood. After discovering the Fellowship for Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Crisp made the decision to shift from psychiatry to bioidentical hormone therapy and other preventive modalities.
Migraine headaches affect nearly 28 million American adults each year – equating to 6 percent of all males and 17 percent of all females. Little Rock bioidentical hormones expert, Constance Crisp, M.D., discusses the signs, symptoms and causes of migraines and some tips on what you can do to mitigate symptoms or avoid them all together.
Physicians recommend testosterone therapy to revive libido in men. Biodientical testosterone therapy naturally replaces the testosterone that male body no longer produces during and after andropause (the male menopause).
Linda Evans joins the ranks of Suzanne Somers, Oprah, and Robin McGraw touting the many benefits of bioidentical hormone therapy. She was interviewed on ABC News this morning and shared how she was able to come out of her depression using Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy.
Dr. Constance Crisp of BodyLogicMD of Little Rock and Dr. Michelle Schultz of BodyLogicMD of Naperville discuss the connection between depression and hormones.
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Before rushing to the anti-depressants, consider that your depression may be caused my a hormonal imbalance and natural bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can help.