Our parents and grandparents are on an alarming number of medications. Heck so are many of us too. As we age it seems inevitable that we will be placed on numerous prescriptions. What if there was a way to treat the symptoms of illness at the source? What if there wasn’t a need to be so dependent on prescriptions.
If you watch Oprah, The Doctor’s Show, or Dr. Phil, you’ve probably seen Dr. Prudence Hall, share her knowledge of more than 30 years experience in the medical field. She is the founder and creator of the Hall Health and Longevity Center. Dr. Hall created the Hall Center after she wanted,” to help people age more beautifully like fine wine…and to [help patients] get off a lot of medications…do the things they like to do.” The Hall Health and Longevity Center is located at 1148 4th St. in Santa Monica, CA.
“The Hall Center helps their clients rejuvenate to regain and maintain their vitality, energy and well-being,” according to their website. That would appear to be the goal for most elderly people on medication or people on prescriptions period. They want to get better and have the energy required to tackle the tasks they enjoy.
The Hall Center attracts an array of patients but many are,“women who are experiencing different transitions in their lives, depressed and anxious and really tired or both.” There are three periods theoretically when women come to the wellness center and you may fall into to one of them.
Women in their early 20’s
Dr Hall explained how they tend to be really stressed while on the birth control pill. Often it is because of problems in the thryroids.
Women in 30’s and late 20’s
Many women in this category are in the “perimenopause“, which can be, “5 to 10 years before menopause.” Dr. Hall elaborated, “…they feel irritable and gain weight and PMS. They start feeling that they aren’t themselves, and depressed.”
Women in Menopause
Last, but not least, are women already in menopause. My Grammie is going through menopause and from what she tells me, it’s extremely discomforting and agonizing. Women can loose their sexuality and become more grumpy regularly. In fact Dr. Hall compares it child birth saying, “it’s much harder than having children.”
How the Hall Health and Longevity Center can help
There are so many services you may be confused at first but don’t be. Dr. Prudence Hall suggest,” …check your hormones, men should check theirs too. Many men say they haven’t felt this way since 20, [when] we check 8 to 10 different hormones.” The number one service is the 21 days to build 21, which a program where they turn back the clock to make 2 to 3 weeks to get them on exercise regimen, detox cleanse and more. The program ,”creates unbridled energy in a new health paradigm to actually help you grow younger not older.”
Hall Health Center specializes in bio-identical hormones
You may be curious as to what these hormones are. I was too! Truthfully, they are,” exactly the same hormones that our body makes but made in a laboratory.’ They are used as hormone replacements, which is used to help women going through menopause and for men too. It’s used to achieve an individual hormonal balance which is healthy and in high demand.
Another unique service offered at the Hall Center is SonoCine, which is an evolutionary breast exam that detects more breast cancer than mammograms and doesn’t expose your body to x-rays. You may have heard about the service on Oprah ” Dr. [Kevin] Kelly is a breast radiologist, practicing for more than 40 years. He invented the new ultrasound, it’s computerized ultra sound picks up double and there is no radiation or being squished,” say Dr. Hall. If this doesn’t excite you, how about it takes only 15 minutes and ,”Recent studies compared SonoCine to mammograms and found mammograms missed 50% of cancer in women with dense breast. The SonoCine detected twice as many breast cancers as mammography, thus saving the lives of many women.”
The Hall Health and Longevity Center is a haven for patients seeking rejuvenation and vitality. Dr. Hall had the patient in mind when she created it and if you’re interested in more information visit http://www.thehallcenter.com/index.php.
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