HGH or human growth hormone is produced by the pituitary gland in the brain, and it stimulates bone and muscle tissue growth throughout the body.
The hormone works by stimulating the liver and other tissues to make a protein called insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) that facilitates bone growth and also plays a key role in muscle and organ enlargement by diverting sugar stores to muscles in recovery.
If you are a man over 35, your hormonal levels have already been in decline for years and you may now have an imbalanced hormone metabolism.
If you are experiencing fatigue, lack of focus, loss of muscle, or have experienced an increase in belly fat without a poor diet, then you may be a candidate for Growth Hormone Therapy.
Hormone therapy can be a great treatment option for anyone. With recent research demonstrating the many benefits of hormone therapy with proven and personalized treatment regimens, there has never been a better time to seek out hormonal professionals like the industry leaders at HealthGAINS.
Human growth hormone (HGH) can help to build muscle mass, increase energy levels, improve your mental focus, and so much more.
The key to good hormone treatments is the dosage and the need presented by a patient, something that past mass-distributed drugs did not provide. Each person’s hormonal systems are unique, and this requires an equally personalized treatment plan. In order to understand why you may need HGH therapy, it is important to first understand its mechanism of action in the body.
Human Growth Hormone
HGH was initially used as “recombinant HGH” in 1981 to supplement those with unnaturally low levels in the blood from conditions such as hypopituitarism, a condition that leads to stunted growth and improper development of organs and tissues due to a lack of HGH being produced. Initially, the only information on increased athletic performance with supplemental HGH was not backed by research, and therefore its use and side effects were not monitored.
This hormone stimulates significant activities in our body such as decreasing fat-burning metabolic activity and increasing muscle mass. It also plays a role in the sugar metabolism in the body and insulin’s effects, making it a very far-reaching catalyst in the body.
HGH Side Effects
One of the risks of engaging in unsupervised HGH therapy is the chance of throwing off natural levels of the hormone. This results in enlargement of organs such as the liver and pancreas, which can lead to diabetes and liver diseases. These side effects are only possible, though, if too much HGH is taken. However, this risk is not present when your levels are monitored by specicalists, such as the medical team at HealthGAINS, who can offer personalized and proven hormone therapy techniques.
How Do I Know If I Need HGH Therapy?
There are multiple symptoms that surround a deficiency in HGH, and these include:
- Decreased stamina
- Difficulty concentrating
- Dry skin
- Decreased strength
If you experience these symptoms, especially if you are over the age of 35, there is a good chance your hormonal balance has been thrown off due to the natural effects of aging. This shift results in your body being less able to maintain the growth of healthy new cells in the body that help to maintain strong tissue and healthy blood flow. In addition, testosterone, cortisol, and other important hormones can be thrown off due to a decrease in HGH as well.
The solution to this problem lies in being able to re-balance your natural hormone levels to where they were when you were younger. Rather than being given a cookie-cutter prescription that is not tailored to your individual needs and that may lead to side effects, you can trust professionals who have years of experience helping men and women increase their vitality well into their older age. HGH treatments can help you feel younger, more fit, and more focused.
Call 800-682-8176 for a complimentary consultation.