Human Growth Hormone

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Human growth hormone (HGH), also known as somatotropin, is produced by somatotropic cells within the anterior pituitary gland. As its name implies, scientists originally found it to be responsible for growth regulation during childhood. However, research has determined that HGH is also responsible for the regulation of many of the body’s other basal metabolic functions and operates as an acute phase stress reactant.

Adult-onset HGH deficiency is an increasing concern. Typically adults with deficiency have decreased skeletal muscle and increased fat mass in visceral tissue as well as decreased bone density and remodeling, which leads to osteoporosis. Dyslipidemia and insulin resistance are prevalent, which lead to secondary cardiovascular dysfunction, depressed mood, increased anxiety, and a lack of energy.

This treatment helps:
• Weight Loss
• Gaining muscle free of fat (Lean Muscle)
• Increases bone density
• Improves the quality of the skin in such a way that the person looks much younger with the passing years
• Improves the condition of the joints
• Improves physical performance
• Regenerates tissues & organs

This hormone was studied by Stanford University in California and they discovered that it increase the length of telomeres. Telomeres are found at the ends of our chromosomes and as we age, they shorten.

One of the most sought out treatments in Hollywood actors who are trying to maintain their youthful looks or to revert their skin age.

Possible contraindications are evaluated at the evaluation appointment. The levels are increased within normal physiological ranges but at their optimum.

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