Women deserve hormone restoration that is proven to be safe and reliable. A new study, Bio-identical Hormones On Trial, or B.H.O.T., has begun at the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Texas , Tyler . The principal objective of the study is to examine clinical outcomes and quality of life indicators of patients receiving BHRT at 10 to 12 primary care provider's practices. This study is the first of its kind to track and quantify outcomes based on dosing and patterns of administration of BHRT.
Biomimetic Hormone Restoration and Healthcare Costs using a true biomimetic hormone restoration therapy, relief from many menopausal symptoms, such as improved sleep could allow women to live happier and more productive lives. Medicare and other insurance reimbursements for constant doctor visits and endless prescriptions and procedures would be reduced. Quality of life would improve for most symptomatic women and many more women would never have to experience the debilitating effects of being without their hormones.
Every day, forward thinking doctors, now leery of the “Standard of Care” approved synthetics, are choosing safe, effective, biomimetic hormone restoration. By 2030 there will be 57.8 million baby boomers between the ages of 66 and 84 living with many of these health issues. There’s a possibility that those who choose rhythmic replacement, the Wiley Protocol, could age to a healthier more graceful tune. AND I'VE ALREADY SEEN IT HAPPEN!