USA Today Report on SottoPelle® Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy Provides Insight into Hormones and Brain Disease

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Arizonar -- A recently published USA Today report by award-winning medical journalist Catherine J. Rourke delves into the fascinating connection between hormones and happiness, shedding light on the crucial role of serotonin, dopamine, and oxytocin in maintaining mental well-being and fending off degenerative brain disease.

The late Dr. Gino Tutera, MD, a renowned OB/GYN and international leader in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), observed the profound impact of hormone balance on patients' vitality and discovered a direct link between natural hormone balance and improved mood, cognitive function and overall happiness. He founded the SottoPelle® Method in an attempt to improve the physical and mental health of his patients through hormonal balance. Now doctors are taking his work even further.

According to recent data, depression affects over 9.5 percent of U.S. adults, with cognitive decline and neurodegenerative conditions occurring at earlier ages. Research suggests that low hormone levels may contribute to the symptoms related to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's as well as Traumatic Brain Injury.

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Treating these conditions with bioidentical hormone replacement therapy can have a profound impact on patients' lives. The SottoPelle Method® has helped patients such as retired NFL quarterback Jim McMahon live with the effects of multiple concussions and traumatic brain injury.

"I'm able to stay in decent shape without a whole lot of exercise and also feel more alert mentally. I'd recommend the therapy wholeheartedly," McMahon says.

Understanding the intricate connection between hormones and brain chemistry is key to achieving happiness and well-being. Hormonal imbalances contribute to mental illnesses and cognitive decline, and restoring hormone balance through BHRT offers a safe and effective approach to combating these effects. With further research and advancements in hormone optimization, the path to improved brain health and overall well-being becomes clearer.

To read the full report, "Hormones and Happiness: An Insight into Our Brain Chemistry," visit

Julie Ullman

Source: SottoPelle
Filed Under: Health

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