Human Growth Hormone Therapy

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Human Growth hormone therapy has become very popular lately due to all the HGH benefits it brings to the body. At our clinic, we offer a variety of therapy programs made to help patients through a comprehensive and cost-effective program that treats problems and symptoms which are related to AGHD or Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency caused by either andropause or menopause. 

Symptoms of low HGH:

  • Dry skin
  • Constant fatigue
  • Decreased libido
  • Insomnia
  • Night Sweats
  • Mood swings
  • Weight gain
  • Muscle loss
  • Loss of strength

HGH can help return the natural levels of hormones of the body and improve the quality of life. Physicians specializing in anti-aging specialize in Human Growth Hormone Therapy and supervise the program carefully to guarantee success. Do contact a specialist if you think you might benefit from HGH therapy.

Adult growth hormone deficiency can be successfully treated with recombinant HGH. HGH treatment program which is medically supervised can improve a patient’s life greatly. Some of the benefits which patients can expect from HGH therapy are increased muscle tone and mass; improved bone mass and strength; lose weight better; decreased fat tissue; improved renal function; elevated DHL and lowered LDL; increased sexual potency; increased skin elasticity and better texture; increased drive and emotional stability; and improved hair tone and texture.

Hormones are considered as messengers of the body because are sent throughout the body to encourage specific activities. Some of the things hormones are in charge of are reproduction, digestion, and growth. Because it affects every cell in the body, HGH is called the “Master Hormone”. This is the reason why people who have a growth hormone deficiency can benefit from HGH therapy.

HGH is just one of the many endocrine hormones in the body. There are also other hormones like progesterone, melatonin, estrogen, testosterone, and DHEA and the production of all these hormones declines as people age.

The human growth hormone is a protein molecule so complex it contains 191 amino acids which are connected in a definite sequence and is produced by the pituitary gland between 10-30 pulses daily. Through exercise, it can be further be strengthened. It has been prescribed by doctors for years to children who suffer from growth problems, as well as in adults.

Somatropin is the bio-synthetic version of HGH and every manufacturer assigns their brand name and some of the most popular are Saizen, Genotropin, and Norditropin. All these products can only be had through prescription and it is important to go to the doctor first and have some blood tests done before starting therapy.

In August 1996, a recombinant HGH for adult patients use was approved by the FDA. Previously it was only used to help growth in children who have problems with short stature and other growth disorders. Nowadays, HGH is usually prescribed by urologists and endocrinologists for adults with AGHD.

The pituitary gland should produce sufficient HGH in order to retain a young appearance even until the age of 35. Then when a person reaches 40 to 50, there is no longer sufficient production of HGH and this is when signs of aging start to show.

New England Journal of Medicine published the first study showing just how promising HGH is. It was organized by Dr. Daniel Rudman. Since this study, leading healthcare professionals and doctors have performed various studies related to the growth hormone which call came to a similar conclusion; that HGH therapy really works.

HGH and The Mind

The brain and nervous system consist of neurons and once these neurons are damaged, they will not grow back. HGH is responsible for the stimulation of the repair and rejuvenation of these neurons. This is the reason why growth hormone therapy will assist in the improvement of a patient’s memory, mood, concentration, and focus.

Learning, as well as intelligence, depends on sufficient supplies of growth hormones. HGH also works as an anti-depressant in the brain. It raises the neurotransmitter B-endorphin levels which is also known as the brain’s opiate. It reduces dopamine levels and reverses the process of aging.

There are more than 50% of Americans overweight and obesity is now the second most common avoidable death in the US. HGH is one of the most successful weight loss treatments ever discovered.

AGHD comes with emotional and psychological symptoms and some of them are anxiety, mood swings, depression, increased social isolation, low energy, and emotional liability. Some of the most significant signs physically are prematurely aged skin, increased body fat, decreased cardiac performance, loss of sex drive, poor sleep, and decreased muscle strength and mass.

Aging begins once your hormone levels decrease. When this happens, you start to gain weight, you are depressed more frequently and you become more uptight about things. Increasing hormone levels helps delay the process of aging through hormone replacement therapy