Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Therapy is most commonly associated with professional athletes and bodybuilders.
It’s also sometimes even mistaken for a component in Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). HGH is a hormone after all—like testosterone—but it’s also referred to as the “Master Hormone,” due to how it influences so much of your body’s anatomy and physiology.
So let’s take a look at these two amazing treatments—and the distinct benefits offered by each …
Everything You Need to Know about HGH
HGH Therapy was originally developed as a remedy for children suffering from growth hormone deficiencies—a way they could grow a few extra inches and feel a little more normal.
But the more doctors looked into HGH, the more they realized it had a variety of unique and important applications; from treating so-called “wasting” conditions to providing a wealth of anti-aging benefits.
These benefits range from brighter skin to improved sleep, rapid muscle recovery and relief from chronic pain & fatigue.
This is where part of the confusion comes from; since Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) provides similar benefits, and because Testosterone deficiency leads to many of the same common symptoms as HGH deficiency.
But it’s important to remember that HGH also helps to build healthier bones, leaner muscles, and improve/repair your body’s metabolism.
Who should be using HGH?
Like Testosterone, HGH is naturally produced within the body. And like testosterone, that production decreases over time (at different rates for different people).
So the average twenty-year-old probably wouldn’t notice any results from a dose of HGH—unless he was recovering from a major joint injury, that is.
But the same man at forty would be in for an eye-opening experience.
At sixty, HGH would be nothing short of life changing. That’s why HGH Therapy is so popular among Hollywood celebrities like:
- Sylvester Stallone
- Oprah Winfrey
- Jane Seymour
- Whoopi Goldberg
- Britney Spears
- Susan Sarandon
- Demi Moore
- Jennifer Aniston
- Jane Fonda
- Kim Cattrall
How HGH Works
HGH is naturally released by our pituitary gland every night after we’ve gone to sleep. The body metabolizes it in a matter of minutes, using the resulting growth factors to heal nagging injuries, mitigate the effects of aging, and restore skin.
As we get older, and our bodies produce less HGH, and they slowly lose that healing ability … allowing the effects of aging to set in and accelerate.
But restoring that HGH restores our body’s “overnight” healing ability, giving you a jolt of fresh energy that will gradually transform the way you look and feel.
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) also provides uniquely transformative results, but HGH is a proven and powerful “wonder drug” that’s definitely worth considering.
Are there any side effects of HGH?
Taken in reasonable doses as prescribed by NuLife Institute’s medical specialists, there aren’t many serious side effects of HGH therapy …
Water retention is common; with some men holding up to five pounds in water weight while on HGH therapy. You may also feel a mild stiffness in your joints after starting an HGH regimen, but this feeling goes away after the first couple weeks.
Obviously, the answer is going to be different for everyone. All medical decisions are up to the patient and their physician (feel free to contact our Patient Care Experts at (305) 400-0005 for more information).
But for men suffering from low testosterone levels, HRT offers a wider range of benefits and is typically prioritized. However; if your testosterone levels are close to average and you’re still looking for a serious boost in your quality of life, HGH on its own may well be sufficient.
If you’re looking for the ultimate full spectrum of results in virtually no time, the two treatments synergize extremely well with each other.
Just click here to learn more about these amazing treatments …