Human Growth Hormone | Hormone Imbalance vs. Natural Aging

Written by Dr. Jonathan Peterson, Updated on April 18th, 2018, Published on December 8th, 2017
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Aging is a complicated process. People are obsessed with aging, but they usually don't think very hard about the specifics of the process. The majority of people think that aging is merely the result of years and decades of wear on the human body, but that doesn't seem quite right when you think about it. If that were so, your body would age at a steady rate throughout your life. In reality, however, aging happens at a rate which changes over time. We age slowly when we are young, and age more rapidly when we get older.

Think about the average 30 year old, and how they generally show few signs of aging, even though they have been on earth for three decades. When you see a 60 year old, aging is readily apparent, and it's clear that the rate of physiological aging has increased very quickly. By 90, the aging process has sped up even further. Why do you think that is?

One of the biggest reasons why the aging process speeds up as we grow older is because of a condition known as Hormone Imbalance. Our hormones are what drive and sustain us. Perhaps the most important hormone with regard to aging is Human Growth Hormone. HGH is an intrinsically important metabolic hormone which facilitates metabolic processes throughout the entire body.

This is also one of the reasons why men and women look so comparatively young when they are thirty. HGH levels are still at an elevated youthful state, and this keeps the body functioning at its optimal capacity, barring injury or illness. The body regenerates at a rate which sustains optimal function. Beyond 30, however, Growth Hormone production starts to steadily fall, at a rate of up to 15% every 10 years. The process of physiological breakdown begins around age 30, and its rate increases as HGH levels continue to dwindle.

That's not to say that if our HGH production remained at youthful highs throughout the entire lifespan that we would stop aging altogether. Physical wear and tear would still take place, but our bodies would be protected from a number of physiological issues related to Growth Hormone Deficiency which impede our health and longevity. For patients with HGH Deficiency, bio-identical Growth Hormone therapy can improve health and wellness by supplementing waning HGH levels in order to bolster health and sustain wellness.

With prescription HGH therapy, it is possible to mitigate the symptoms of aging related to Growth Hormone Deficiency. Many of these symptoms can be completely reversed with regular hormone treatments. It's important that Growth Hormone therapy be closely monitored by a board-certified medical specialist, however. When used inappropriately, the risk of side effects and complications associated with recombinant HGH injections increases dramatically, whereas therapeutic Growth Hormone is quite safe when used responsibly and as prescribed by your Hormone Clinic.

Human Growth Hormone therapy should be administered at the onset of symptoms related to HGH Deficiency, when endogenous Growth Hormone levels are shown to be medically deficient. Growth Hormone injections can only be legally prescribed to patients with legitimately low Growth Hormone levels. For patients that are borderline, Sermorelin Acetate is available for off-label prescription, and is very effective at maintaining physiological HGH levels associated with a healthy person of about 30 years of age. Many patients claim that recombinant Growth Hormone therapy makes them feel five or even fifteen years younger!

This is What You can Expect from Growth Hormone Therapy

  • Reduction in body fat, especially around the midsection
  • Enhanced muscle mass
  • Improved cognitive function
  • Faster healing from injury
  • Improved immune strength
  • Stronger bones
  • Improved function of some organs
  • Improved skin health with less wrinkles
  • Higher red blood cell count
  • Improved day-to-day function
  • Healthier cardiovascular system

New Evidence Suggests HGH Therapy Could Improve Heart Health for those with HGH Deficiency

HGH is not a miracle drug or a Fountain of Youth.

HGH cannot resolve all the damage done by exposure to light from the ultraviolet spectrum.

Human Growth Hormone will not fix proteins impacted by blood sugar exposure.

HGH can't cure other forms of Hormone Deficiency.

Growth Hormone cannot fully relieve physiological damage from oxidation.

HGH Therapy will not make you live to be one hundred and thirty years old, but for patients with legitimate HGH Deficiency, recombinant Growth Hormone injections can reduce mortality risk and help you potentially live longer.

If you are interested in learning more about Human Growth Hormone, or if you are 30 years or older and believe that you may be a candidate for treatment, we would love to hear from you. Just call us at the number on this page during normal business hours, or fill out the form on this page any time!

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