Hormone Replacement Therapy Services
Conscious Evolution Clinic is an Insured and Licensed Medical Clinic
which specializes in Hormone Restoration Treatments which optimize
health and promote long-term wellness. We have a large and caring
staff of experienced clinicians and board-certified physicians,
dedicated to serving men and women over the age of thirty throughout
the state of Connecticut.
have streamlined the process required to provide you with the
accurate diagnosis and effective treatment that you deserve. We have
affiliate doctors all throughout the state of Connecticut that work
on our behalf, providing the necessary physical and taking the blood
sample that will provide us with all of the information needed to
make a complete diagnosis of your hormone status.
Injections for Connecticut Residents
of the services that we are most proud to provide at the Conscious
Evolution Institute is HGH Hormone Replacement Therapy. We feel that
Age-Related HGH Deficiency is an under-treated phenomena which can
severely impact the physical and psychological health of men and
women across the country.
is among the most important hormones produced by our body when it
comes to maintaining streamlined and optimized function. Human Growth
Hormone is like a throttle for our cellular metabolism, keeping our
bodies running as efficiently as possible. HGH Levels start to
decline as we enter middle age, however, and many men and women start
to lose their vitality as a result of a progressive deficiency of the
of Growth Hormone Deficiency include trouble sleeping, mood swings,
changes in body mass, lack of energy, fatigue, poor cholesterol, and
reduced cognitive capacity and memory. The Conscious Evolution
Institute provides two effective forms of HGH Treatment: Human Growth
Hormone Injection Therapy and Sermorelin HGH Alternative. Under most
circumstances, both of these treatments are highly effective at
restoring hormone balance and mitigating the effects of Growth
Replacement Therapy in Connecticut
also provide Hormone Restoration Services for men suffering from
Testosterone Deficiency. Around middle age, men actually experience a
phase of hormonal change that is not entirely unlike menopause. Many
doctors actually refer to it as Andropause.
the symptoms of Andropause appear much more gradually than menopause,
they still have a significant impact on male health: weight gain,
frailty, loss of bone mineral density, loss of assertiveness,
increased anxiety, and trouble sleeping are all common symptoms, and
that's on top of the significant sexual symptoms that are commonly
associated with the disorder.
Conscious Evolution Institute offers comprehensive Testosterone
Restoration Therapy for the treatment of Andropause, and you have a
number of options when it comes to treatment, from Topical
Testosterone to Testosterone Injections and Patches.
HCG Therapy for Weight Loss
all forms of Hormone Therapy are intended specifically for Hormone
Restoration, however. HCG Injections, for example, are actually a
highly effective treatment for weight loss. Many men and women
struggle significantly with their weight because they are unable to
overcome the biggest pitfall of dieting: Hunger.
Injections are incredibly effective because they actually have the
ability significantly reduce the uncomfortable sensation of hunger,
making it easier to stick with the diet. When HCG Therapy is combined
with a Low-Calorie diet, it is possible to lose 5 pounds or more per
week, without feeling drained of energy or overwhelmed with hunger.
Cities in Connecticut
is the largest city in the state of Connecticut, and is located on
the shores of the southwestern portion of the state. Bridgeport is
located on both Long Island Sound and the Pequonnock River.
Bridgeport was the city in which the first Subway Restaurant was
opened, and P.T. Barnum of the Barnum and Bailey Circus was actually
once the mayor of the city.
largest employers in the city are the People's United Bank,
Bridgeport Hospital, and St. Vincent's Medical Center. The city is
also home to the University of Bridgeport.
Haven is the second most populous city in Connecticut, and is located
slightly to the northeast of Bridgeport, situated on the shore of the
eponymously named New Haven Harbor. New Haven is most famous for
being the home of the prestigious Ivy League school Yale University,
and also goes by the nickname, The Elm City.
University provides the most jobs in the city, but education and
healthcare in general are both strong sectors of the local economy.
Retail, finance, and marketing also contribute significantly to the
New Haven economy.
Connecticut is located on the southwestern tip of the state, and is
the third most populous city in the state of Connecticut. Stamford is
located very close to New York City, only around thirty miles from
Manhattan. Stamford is considered one of the safest cities both in
New England and in the United States as a whole.
is the most economically active area of Connecticut, with a number of
the largest companies headquartered in the city, including Charter
Communications, Pitney Bowes, and Crane Companies. A number of
companies are based just outside the city limits, including Clairol,
NBC, and Xerox.
Connecticut is the capital city of the state, as well as the fourth
most populous city in the state. Because of the state laws in
Connecticut, a large number of insurance companies have moved to
Hartford to take advantage of the favorable laws, and the city is
often referred to as the Insurance Capital of the World.
has one of the strongest economies in the United States, and is also
home to some major national landmarks. Hartford is home to both the
oldest park (Bushnell Park), and the oldest art museum (the Wadsworth
Atheneum) offered and financed for public use.
is located in the west-central region of Connecticut, and is the
fifth most populous city in the state. Waterbury garnered the
nickname, The Brass City, because it was the number one maker of
brassware in the United States. It has also been historically
recognized for the clocks and watches made in the region. The largest
employers in Waterbury are St. Mary's Hospital, Waterbury Hospital,
and the City of Waterbury. Waterbury is home to two museums, the
Timexpo Museum and the Mattatuck Museum.
All About Bridgeport, Connecticut Geographic Area
Bridgeport is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Connecticut. Located in Fairfield County, the city had an estimated population of 144,229 at the 2010 United States Census and is the core of the Greater Bridgeport area. The city is part of the Greater New York City Combined Statistical Area and the fifth largest city in New England (behind Boston, Worcester, Providence and Springfield.) Bridgeport is the center of the 41st largest urban area in the United States, just behind Austin, Texas (40th). Other than Black Rock and parts of Brooklawn which were originally part of the township of Fairfield, Bridgeport was originally a part of the township of Stratford.
The first English settlement on the west bank of the mouth of the Pequonnock River was made somewhere between 1639 and 1665 and was called Pequonnock. The village was renamed Newfield sometime before 1777. More people settled further inland and to the West and the area officially became known as Stratfield in 1701, likely due to its location between the already existing towns of Stratford and Fairfield. During the American Revolution, Bridgeport was a center of privateering. In 1800, Newfield village was chartered as the borough of Bridgeport, and in 1821 the township of Bridgeport, including more of Stratfield, was incorporated. Bridgeport was chartered as a city in 1836.
The circus-promoter and former mayor P.T. Barnum, is a famous resident of the city. Barnum built three houses in the city, and housed his circus in town during winters. The city is home to the first Subway Restaurant, opened in the North End section of the city in 1965. The city was home to the Frisbie Pie Company, and it is claimed that Bridgeport is the birthplace of the frisbee.
Bridgeport's early years were marked by residents' reliance on fishing and farming. The city's location on the deep Newfield Harbor fostered a boom in shipbuilding and whaling in the mid-19th century, especially after the opening of a railroad to the city in 1840.
The city rapidly industrialized in the late-19th century, when it became a manufacturing center. It produced such goods as the famous Bridgeport milling machine, brass fittings, carriages, sewing machines, brassieres, saddles, and ammunition. Bridgeport annexed the village of Black Rock and its busy harbor in 1870.
On Saturday, March 10, 1860, Abraham Lincoln spoke in the city's Washington Hall, an auditorium at the old Bridgeport City Hall (now McLevy Hall), at the corner of State and Broad streets. Not only was the largest room in the city packed, but a crowd formed outside as well. Lincoln received a standing ovation before taking the 9:07 p.m. train that night back to Manhattan. A plaque marks the site where Lincoln spoke. Other notables who have given speeches in Bridgeport include Martin Luther King, Jr. who spoke three times at the Klein Auditorium in the 1960s;President Obama also spoke at the Harbor Yard arena in 2010 to gain support for the current running democratic Governor Dan Malloy. and President George W. Bush who spoke before a small, selected group of Connecticut business people and officials at the Playhouse on the Green, just across the street from McLevy Hall, in 2006.
Industrialization started taking place in the mid-19th century. Famous factories included Wheeler & Wilson, which produced sewing machines and exported them throughout the world, and the Locomobile Company of America, builder of one of the premier automobiles in the early years of the century.
In the summer of 1915, amid increased labor demand for World War I, a series of strikes demanding the eight-hour day began in Bridgeport. They were so successful that they spread throughout the Northeast.
By 1930, Bridgeport was a thriving industrial center with more than 500 factories. Since the late 19th century, its industrial jobs had attracted the most recent immigrants: Irish, Italians and eastern Europeans. The build-up to World War II further helped its industries.
Restructuring of heavy industry starting after the mid-20th century caused the loss of thousands of jobs and residents. Like other urban centers in Connecticut, Bridgeport suffered during the deindustrialization of the United States in the 1970s and 1980s. Suburban flight as well as overall mismanagement, for which several city officials were convicted, contributed to the decline.
In September 1978, Bridgeport teachers went on a 19-day strike due to deadlocked contract negotiations. A court order, as well as state law that made strikes illegal in Connecticut, resulted in 274 teachers being arrested and jailed.
Like other northeastern cities suffering from the effects of Post World War II industrial decline, Bridgeport made numerous efforts at revitalization. In one proposal Las Vegas developer Steve Wynn was to build a large casino, but that project failed to materialize. In 1991, the city filed for bankruptcy protection but was declared solvent by a federal court.
In the early 21st century, Bridgeport is a city that despite the longtime burdens of crime, poverty and corruption has taken steps toward redevelopment of its downtown and other neighborhoods. In 2004, artists' lofts in the former Read's Department Store on Broad Street first became available. Several other rental conversions have been completed, including the 117 unit Citytrust bank building on Main Street. The recession has halted, at least temporarily, two major mixed-use projects including a $1 billion waterfront development at Steel Point, but other redevelopment projects have proceeded, albeit slowly, such as the condominium conversion project in Bijou Square. In 2009, the City Council approved a new master plan for development designed both to promote redevelopment in selected areas and to protect existing residential neighborhoods. In 2010, the Bridgeport Housing Authority and a local health center announced plans to build a $20 million medical and housing complex at Albion Street, making use of federal stimulus funds and designed to replace some of the housing lost with the demolition of Father Panik Village.
The city of Bridgeport is protected 24/7 by the 350 professional firefighters of the city of Bridgeport Fire Department(BFD). The Bridgeport Fire Department operates out of 8 Fire Stations, located throughout the city, in 2 Battalions, each commanded by an Assistant Chief. The BFD operates a fire apparatus fleet of 9 Engines(including 1 Quint), 4 Ladders, 1 Rescue, 1 Safety Officers Unit(operated by the Incident Safety Officer), 1 Command/Air & Light/Fireground Rehabilitation Vehicle(operated by the Training Division), 1 Hazardous Materials Unit, 1 Foam Unit, 1 Maintenance Unit, 3 Fireboats, and numerous special, support, and reserve units. In 2011, the Bridgeport Fire Department responded to over 14,000 emergency calls. The current Chief of Department is Brian Rooney. Below is a current listing of all Fire Station Locations and Apparatus in the city of Bridgeport according to Battalion.
There are 5 law enforcement agencies that serve Bridgeport. Two at the city level, one at the county level, and two at the state level.