Common Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance

The Hormone System



In Balance? 

  • Low Libido

  • Fatigue

  • Muscle loss 

  • Depression 

  • Joint Pain 

  • Memory loss 

  • Mood Swings 

  • Poor Concentration 

  • Depression 

  • Hot Flashes 

  • Abnormal Weight Gain/Loss 

  • Fatigue

The Hormone System is one of the main messengers which dictates how we feel and look; happy, sad, tired, attractive, energetic, achy, fat, thin, healthy, stressed, or calm. The system is often called the Endocrine system.


The organs involved for hormone manufacture and control are the brain, the thyroid and the parathyroid glands, the thymus, pancreas, pineal gland, the adrenal glands, the ovaries and testicles.


The endocrine system is very intricate and manipulating one part may have a profound impact on the others, as well as the entire body.

Therefore, it is important to obtain diagnosis and treatment advice from an expert familiar with the interworkings of the entire Endocrine (Hormone) System.

How to Test, Diagnose, and Treat Hormone Imbalance?

Many scientist have compared the hormonal system to a symphony orchestra. All parts need to be working well, because they depend one on another. Engelman Health Institute scientifically tests each element of the hormonal system. This includes thyroid, parathyroid, ovaries and testicals, adrenal glands, and the hormonal control systems of the brain, the hypothalamus and pituitary gland. With this advance testing, we can address and treat the hormonal problems and bring our patients back into hormonal balance. 

Some of our treatments include nutritional support, herbal supplementation, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, lifestyle management, weight control, stress reduction, and pharmaceutical medication if indicated.


Let the symphony begin.