If you are a resident of Rye, New York – Westchester County’s oldest existing settlement, you are a mere 10-minute drive to Greenwich, Connecticut where Dr. Jacobson is located. He is an experienced provider of bioidentical hormone therapy in Rye, and has seen firsthand the incredible results in men and women alike. To discuss the benefit this treatment could provide to you, call today.
The most common symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, night sweats and loss of sex drive, are reduced or eliminated, along with cognitive problems such as depression and memory loss.
By slowing down the hands of time, Rye bioidentical hormone replacement therapy reduces the risk of many age-related diseases like macular degeneration, certain forms of cancer, and arterial plaque. Women’s chances of osteoporosis developing or worsening is also lowered by keeping bones from naturally losing density over time.
Men, too, have seen the ravages of age slowed down with therapy. “Manopause”, as it is known in the popular press – clinically andropause, or male aging – is very real, and comes with a host of issues like muscle and strength loss, fatigue, sexual dysfunction and loss of sex drive, as well as general moodiness and clinical depression. These all have a significant effect on lives, and can be reduced through the mentioned therapy.
Though not immediate, the results are appreciable. Though it may take months of therapy for changes to become apparent, Dr. Jacobson’s patients report that over time, the mood is elevated, fatigue diminishes gradually, and cardiovascular function improves. The body is better able to protect against disease, and sexual drive and function increase.
Unlike other forms of hormone replacement therapy, the one under discussion has few side effects or long-term risks.
Consultations with Dr. Jacobson can be arranged by contacting his office at 203-869-8360
One Perryridge Road – First Floor – Greenwich, CT 06830
Residents of Rye, NY follow US 1-N over into Connecticut.
From Manhattan, Greenwich is a 40-minute express train from Grand Central Station.