Extend Your Body’s Peak Mental & Physical Performance with the “Master Hormone” HGH
Aging, HGH, and Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency (AGHD)
Often referred to as the “master” hormone or the “longevity” hormone, HGH is a protein-based hormone produced by the body’s pituitary gland. When it’s produced at the correct levels, HGH can help support healthy metabolism, physical performance, and mental clarity. But over the years—as we age—our body’s produce less and less of this vital compound …
This process begins as early as the 20s when HGH production begins to drop by 10-20% every decade. By the time a man reaches 50, HGH production is down by 80% from what was produced in early adulthood. And one decade later (by the age of sixty) a man barely produces any HGH at all. Once a man reaches this later stage, he may be diagnosed with Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency or AGHD.
Common symptoms of AGHD include:
- Reduced libido
- Weight gain
- Fatigue and energy loss
- Weakness in muscles
- Irregular sleep cycles
In addition to physiological symptoms, there may be psychological signs of AGHD, including:
- Isolation from others
- Anxiety and depression
- Loss of interest in activities
These symptoms can directly impact a man’s quality of life in the later years. Fortunately, there are ways to treat AGHD to help men restore their youthful vitality and function.
These benefits of HGH Therapy are numerous and include:
- Reduced body fat and increases lean muscle mass
- Improved bone strength and density
- Healthier blood cholesterol levels
- Lower blood pressure for a healthier cardiovascular system
- Enhanced kidney function for more efficient waste elimination
- Faster wound healing
- Increased energy and mental clarity
- Increased libido and improves sexual function
- Boosted immune system
- Improved hair health
- Reduced appearance of wrinkles
- Enhanced skin elasticity, tone and texture
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.
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 it’s so popular among star athletes, Hollywood celebrities, and people in the know.
Medical HGH Studies
The best known study on the effects of HGH therapy was conducted by Dr. Daniel Rudman and associates and published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 1990. Researchers found that lower levels of HGH production may contribute to signs of aging like thinning skin and loss of lean muscle mass. By supplementing levels with appropriate HGH therapy, these signs may be effectively reversed.
Researchers also reported that according to their findings, symptoms commonly associated with aging are not inevitable, as previously thought. Instead, a biosynthetic product that replaces HGH in the body could prevent or even reverse some of those symptoms.
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.
Should I do HRT or HGH? Or Both?
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).
If you’re looking for the ultimate full spectrum of results in virtually no time, the two treatments synergize extremely well with each other.
Are you already suffering from Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency (AGHD)?
While it’s more likely to strike later in life, men in their 30’s and 40’s still experience AGHD on a regular basis. Here at NuLife Institute, our team of Medical Anti-Aging Specialists realizes that AGHD can be a very serious condition—a crucial imbalance that keeps you from enjoying your life and can even put your long-term health at risk.
If we identify an issue with your hormone levels, we can then create a customized program—using the latest innovations in Hormone Therapy to create an effective natural solution. You’ll start seeing results almost instantly. Just give us a call to learn more about this revolutionary treatment.
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NuLife Institute & Testosterone Therapy in the Media
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