HGH Injection Treatment for American Adult Men and Women

Written by Dr. Jonathan Peterson, Updated on September 7th, 2021, Published on August 11th, 2020
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Is your quality of life worsening drastically as you age?

Most people, physicians included, reassure others that this is normal and an inevitable part of the aging process. Is it really though?

Still, as researchers and scientists discover more details about aging -- how it happens, why it happens and when it starts -- new information is continuously being realized about how aging happens in humans.

The new information has led us to an interesting conclusion: many of the ailments and symptoms that aging men and women face are not just a byproduct of aging, but are really symptoms of chronic illnesses that only become more symptomatic as a person ages.

One chronic condition that many people are not aware of is the age-associated decline of growth hormone. This condition is also medically referred to as hypopituitarism.

Why suffer from a diminished quality of life as you age? Wouldn't you rather enjoy your retirement doing the things you love than be battling chronic illness and unwanted symptoms of "aging"? We say, consider all of your options and one of these options is human growth hormone (HGH) replacement therapy.

HGH: What Is It?

Growth hormone is a naturally occurring hormone in the human body. It is responsible for many different processes, the most important of which is metabolism and the growth of tissues, especially when we are infants and adolescents. It is necessary for us to maintain optimal metabolism, even as adults. As the name suggests, it is the hormone that prompts growth, such as getting us to our genetically determined height.

Once we've reached our predetermined height as adults, HGH levels drop significantly in order to stop prompting further bone and tissue growth. However, HGH will help us to maintain physical fitness and cognitive health as well. Unfortunately, once we hit thirty, our natural production of growth hormone starts to wane.

What are the Symptoms of HGH Deficiency?

You may already be starting age-related growth hormone decline, especially around the age of thirty, and not know that you have it. This is because symptoms may not have actually begun yet. However, everyone is different and some start to see symptoms earlier than their peers. The symptoms of age-related HGH decline are exacerbated by poor lifestyle choices, such as not getting enough sleep, being overweight or obese and not moving enough or exercising regularly.

Because growth hormone plays a role in so many important and necessary processes in the human body, when deficiency starts, it affects the body and physiology in a big and, quite noticeable, way. Here are some of the major symptoms of HGH deficiency:

  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Unexplained Weight Gain
  • Poor Memory
  • Brain Fog
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Slower Time to Heal from Injury
  • Less Exercise Stamina
  • Insomnia
  • Pain in the Joints
  • Poor Immunity
  • Dry, Wrinkled Skin

This is just a short list of the symptoms. At first, you'll likely notice changes in your energy level and your mental health, but as HGH Deficiency becomes more dramatic, you will start to see the physical symptoms as well, such as weight loss and increased stamina for exercise.

What Causes Age-Related HGH Decline?

During mid-life, both men and women start to experience Somatopause, where the body creates less growth hormone over time, usually at a rate of 1-2 percent per year.

Medical researchers have figured out that the reduced production of growth hormone is mainly due to the hypothalamus, and not the pituitary gland. The hypothalamus is sending less and less signals to the pituitary gland for the production of growth hormone. The pituitary gland is where HGH is synthesized.

Why this happens, we still do not know. But we do know that it does, indeed, happen to most adults and the effects are quite obvious and unfortunate.

Treat HGH Deficiency with Bio-Identical Injectable Human Growth Hormone Therapy

If you look at the symptoms above and feel that you may be suffering from Growth Hormone Deficiency, luckily, there are treatments available that can help you restore your HGH levels to normal.

The most popular form of HGH restoration is HGH injection therapy. In this form of treatment, your physician will prescribe you with pharmaceutically pure Human Growth Hormone that is entirely identical to that which is made by your own body.

HGH therapy is a daily regimen that is delivered by subcutaneous injection, which is actually the same method by which diabetics administer insulin.

HGH injections are nothing to be afraid of and are not painful. This is because only a small needle is used which penetrates just under the skin and not very deep. Almost all patients report having no problems injecting growth hormone once they get the hang of it.

The benefits of HGH injections can start within the first week of injections, very early on. One of these is reduced fatigue and more energy, as reported by the majority of patients. Many also report that their mental health is improved as well as an overall positive attitude. Most of the life-changing and physical results happen within six months of therapy, however.

To maximize the benefits of therapy and truly experience life-changing results, we recommend combining your bio-identical treatment with lifestyle changes, which will increase the speed at which you experience the benefits of treatment.

Even without changes in diet or exercise, patients will experience improved muscle mass and reduced body fat, but these changes are even more pronounced when combined with a healthy nutrition and exercise regimen.

Benefits of HGH Injection Therapy

  • Improved Body Composition
  • Increased Strength
  • Enhanced Libido
  • Improved Cardiovascular Health
  • Sharper Memory
  • Improved Cognitive Capacity
  • Increased Resilience to Illness
  • Enhanced Exercise Capacity
  • Improved Quality of Life
  • Alleviation of Mild to Moderate Depression

How Can I Find Out If I Qualify for HGH Treatment?

To qualify for Human Growth Hormone Therapy, you have to make an appointment with a licensed Medical Professional. Many clinics specialize in Hormone Deficiency and can help discover your underlying health and Hormone Balance.

There are generally three stages to the HGH Diagnosis Process: Medical History, Physical, and Blood Test. The only time that you have to be present for diagnosis is the initial physical, where you will also be required to provide a blood sample. Beyond this, everything can be accomplished remotely.

How is HGH Deficiency Diagnosed?

As you may realize, Human Growth Hormone Deficiency shares many symptoms with other medical conditions, including Testosterone Deficiency and Thyroid Hormone Deficiency.

To correctly assess your situation, your physician will order a Comprehensive Hormone Panel to provide a vivid picture of both your Hormone Balance and your general health state.

Your blood sample will be analyzed in several ways, but the most crucial test will be the IGF-1 Test.

What is IGF-1 and How Does it Relate to HGH?

IGF-1 stands for Insulin-Like Growth Factor-1, and it is responsible for many of the beneficial effects of Human Growth Hormone. When the body naturally produces HGH, the hormone flows from the Somatotrophs of the Anterior Pituitary Gland to the liver, where much of the hormone is processed and converted into IGF-1 and other growth factors.

Why is HGH Testing Ineffective at Detecting Growth Hormone Deficiency?

Because Human Growth Hormone is released and converted so quickly, there is never a steady amount of HGH in the bloodstream. This means that HGH Blood Tests don't provide a clear picture of Human Growth Hormone Activity in the body. IGF-1, on the other hand, remains active in the body at a relatively constant rate, as it is utilized by the body at a slower pace.

This means that by evaluating IGF-1 Concentrations, it is possible to measure the body's natural Growth Hormone Secretion indirectly!

Other tests are necessary to rule out different forms of Hormone Deficiency, as well as other conditions that may cause symptoms similar to Growth Hormone Deficiency, such as anemia and various types of cancer.

HGH Treatment is Easy and Can Be Done in the Comfort of Your Own Home!

Many people think that because Human Growth Hormone is delivered via injection, it is a complicated and invasive process. This could be no further from the truth. Human Growth Hormone Therapy is easily self-administered, and pharmacies will even deliver the treatment directly to your home!

You can administer the injection with a standard insulin needle and syringe, and there are also a variety of tools available that simplify the injection process.

There are even HGH Injection Devices that deliver the injection directly into the skin without a needle, using a spring-loaded air mechanism!

What are Common HGH Brands?

There are several specific Human Growth Hormone formulations available. The following is a selection of HGH Brands in the United States:

  • Humatrope HGH
  • Saizen HGH
  • Genotropin HGH
  • Omnitrope HGH

Human Growth Hormone vs. Sermorelin Therapy

If you are interested in bio-identical Growth Hormone therapy, you may also be interested in Sermorelin Acetate. Sermorelin is a treatment option that provides the same great benefits of HGH for many patients, by helping the body produce its own natural Growth Hormone.


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