Nada Milosavljevic, M.D. – Boston Bioidentical Doctor
Boston Bioidentical Doctor, Nada Milosavljevic, M.D. takes a preventative approach, using stress reduction therapies, acupuncture, herbs, nutritional supplements, and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy to encourage optimal health in men and women. Getting to the root of her patients’ conditions, she designs personalized programs to allow them to overcome their individual health challenges.
Nada Milosavljevic, M.D. utilizes her training to help men and women improve numerous types of ailments and conditions. Patients suffering from the symptoms of menopause, perimenopause, and andropause have been able to find relief through a combination of Dr. Milosavljevic’s customized Anti-Aging and Age Management therapies and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy. Dr. Milosavljevic also has expertise in helping aging patients to prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s through improving brain fitness and cognitive function, and she works to help patients of all ages to improve depression, anxiety, and high levels of stress.
As a Member of the American Academy For Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Milosavljevic combines her clinical experience with her broad knowledge base to help her patients achieve optimal results. Vast numbers of men and women in her care have been able to regain their vibrancy, while preventing age related symptoms and diseases.
Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Programs
Nada Milosavljevic, M.D. uses state of the art testing and diagnostic procedures to determine hormone imbalances with the greatest accuracy possible; she then develops a customized Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy program based on those test results designed for optimal results.
Hormones Used in Bioidentical Hormone Replacement:
Serving as a building block for testosterone and estrogen, this adrenal hormone works to reduce body fat, triglycerides, cholesterol, and insulin resistance, while boosting energy levels, longevity, and overall health. Dwindling levels of DHEA often occur during a person’s forties or fifties; however, levels can be replenished with Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy.
Functioning to protect the integrity of the nervous system, pregnenolone also builds estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone. A lack of pregnenolone can increase moodiness, inflammation, fatigue, mental fogginess, and arthritic pain. Balancing pregnenolone with Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy can reduce deficiencies in sex hormones and improve the health of the nervous system.
Working as a primary male sex hormone, testosterone helps men and women to have adequate libido, muscle tone, strength, stamina and endurance, and energy. In men, healthy levels of testosterone may prevent erectile dysfunction and thinning hair. Restoring and balancing testosterone levels can help men and women to look and feel healthier.
- Existing in three different forms in the body, estrogen is a primary female sex hormone that performs thousand of functions in the female body. Estrogen helps to detoxify the brain and promote healthy brain chemistry; therefore, it may prevent dementia, short and long-term memory loss, Alzheimer’s, and mental fogginess. Producing collagen is another function of estrogen that works to reduce wrinkles, grow strong nails, and promote lustrous hair. Deficiencies or imbalances in estrogen can lead to symptoms that include hot flashes, insomnia, night sweats, sagging breasts, thinning hair, wrinkling skin, and thinning bones.
- As the second essential female sex hormone, progesterone works to counteract the many effects of estrogen. Progesterone works as a natural diuretic to prevent water retention and bloating, while regulating ovulation, pregnancy and birth, and the menstrual cycle. A lack of progesterone can lead to estrogen dominance, infertility, irregular periods, dysmenorrhea, amenorrhea, and frequent miscarriages.
Acting as a steroidal hormone released by the adrenal glands to reduce inflammation from stress, cortisol is an essential hormone. When a person feels emotional or physical stress, the adrenals release cortisol in order to wipe out the negative impact stress has on the body; however, in cases of chronic stress, cortisol can become deficient. Insufficient levels of cortisol can lead to increased infections, slower healing time, intolerances to stress, fatigue, weight gain, reduced metabolism, insulin resistance, and lower immune function.
Balancing blood sugar is the main function of insulin, which is produced and made in the pancreas. In cases of Type I Diabetes, the cells that produce insulin are attacked by the body, which makes this illness not preventable. However, Type II Diabetes is often brought on by poor lifestyle choices, such as diets high in sugar, lack of exercise and sleep, and high stress levels. In Type II Diabetes, the body stops recognizing the presence of insulin, making it ineffective. Improving dietary and exercise habits while balancing hormones can greatly improve insulin levels and prevent developing Type II Diabetes.
Nada Milosavljevic, M.D. has helped many people suffering from conditions related to hormonal imbalances, such as menopause, andropause, and perimenopause to reduce their stress and recover their energy levels with diet, nutrition, Bioidentical Hormones, and exercise. Her comprehensive programs have helped many people to reduce hot flashes and night sweats, improve sleep, and balance moods. To learn more about Boston Bioidentical Doctor, Nada Milosavljevic, M.D.’s specialized Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy programs, contact her Boston, Massachusettes office today!