The lack of hormonal balance is reflected in our system with multiple and various symptoms. Conditions considered psychiatric, like depression and anxiety, are in majority of the times a result of hormonal unbalance.
This also happens with other psychiatric syndromes, like autism, schizophrenia, maniac-depressive syndromes, etc, in which it is necessary a hormonal equilibrium so that the effects of adjunct therapy can be maximised with as smaller doses as possible, since in the majority of the times it is in fact necessary.
Loss of memory and neurological diseases like Parkinson and Alzheimer need hormonal compensation so that the progression of the disease can be stopped.
It is thought that Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Multiple Sclerosis also benefit from hormonal therapy, since a lot of the symptomatology is a reflex of the hormonal deficits that get installed in these diseases.
Skin diseases, hair loss, anorexia, cachexia and obesity are other examples of diseases that clearly benefit or can be treated with hormonal rebalance.
Lastly, among the most frequent, referring to rheumatologic and cardiovascular diseases, where we have achieved significant improvement in symptomatology and progression of the disease by balancing the patient on the hormonal perspective. With aging, all of our hormones reduce and they are fundamental for the maintenance and equilibrium of all the systems in our body. They might not be able to cure sometimes, but undeniably they do improve the patient and are able to prevent the use of other types of medication that can be toxic and other types of actions, harmful and unpleasant for the patient.