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Human Growth Hormone (HGH) for Anti-Aging

Would you like to have more energy?

Would you like to feel younger?

Would you like to look younger?

Maybe it’s time to meet HGH.

Getting older is a normal part of life. It happens to everyone eventually. But there’s no reason you need to get prematurely old.

What if we told you that you can look younger. You can feel vibrant and youthful again. And you can do this simply by raising your HGH.

What is HGH?

We have been searching for the fountain of youth for as long as we’ve been human. And while we haven’t had much luck finding it externally, you might be pleased to learn that your body comes with its own fountain of youth.

HGH, also known as Human Growth Hormone, is a hormone that your body produces via your pituitary gland. It’s important for the repair and maintenance of your tissues, organs, muscles, and bones. HGH stimulates growth, cell production, and cell regeneration. It affects your health at its foundation – the cellular level.

The problem is that after you reach your 20s, your body begins to produce less and less of it.

IGF-1 is a protein in HGH that has been shown to support greater telomere length. Researchers have determined that longer telomeres — located inside your DNA — equals longer life.[1]

Benefits of increasing HGH production are numerous and include:

  • Greater vitality
  • More energy
  • Stronger muscles and bones
  • Better weight stabilization
  • Improved erectile dysfunction
  • Better sleep
  • Protection from heart disease
  • Lower blood sugar
  • Improved cognitive health

HGH impacts your health in a variety of ways, but none are more important than its effects on inflammation and immune system health.

HGH helps to lower chronic inflammation. If you’re not familiar with chronic inflammation, it’s been found to provide a foundation for numerous diseases. Just by lowering this inflammation, you lower your risk for those diseases.

HGH improves immune system health. Your immune system has been tasked with efficiently and effectively fighting against illness and disease. When it’s working properly, so are you.

If you’re on the wrong side of 30, and concerned that your body isn’t producing enough HGH on its own, perhaps it’s time to look into HGH Therapy.

What is HGH Therapy?

HGH therapy is simply supplementing with HGH, the way you would with other vital nutrients. Since your body makes HGH, the supplemental version is a synthetic form of Human Growth Hormone that was developed in 1985.

Synthetic HGH has been approved by the FDA, and is often prescribed for developmental diseases in children. In adults, HGH therapy has been used to treat a wide variety of conditions ranging from bowel disease to HIV.

The first step is finding out if you need HGH therapy, which means checking to see if you have an HGH deficiency.

Who Needs HGH Therapy

We could all benefit from turning back the biological clock. However, there are some of you who would benefit from HGH therapy more than the rest of us.

We all produce less HGH as we get older, but some of you may be producing less than what is considered normal. You may have an HGH deficiency if you are experiencing any of the following:

  • Depression
  • Hair loss
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Decreased muscle strength
  • Memory loss
  • Dry skin
  • Lack of concentration
  • Fatigue
  • Insulin resistance
  • Reduced bone density
  • Temperature sensitivities
  • Increases abdominal fat

If you think you may be suffering from an HGH deficiency, the first step is getting a proper diagnosis. To see if HGH therapy is right for you, call us at 555-555-5555.

What to Expect from HGH Therapy

Doses of HGH (somatotropin) are administered by injection daily, and sometimes multiple times daily.

Throughout your course of treatment, you will see the doctor once every 4-8 weeks. Taking growth hormone can impact how the body responds to insulin, which controls blood glucose levels. Untreated growth hormone deficiency can lead to high cholesterol and osteoporosis.

To ensure that these don’t become issues, your doctor will monitor cholesterol and blood glucose levels periodically, along with conducting an occasional bone density test. Some of the changes you may experience as a result of treatment include:

  • Increased exercise capacity
  • Increased bone density
  • Increased muscle mass
  • Decreased body fat

No need for a magic pill when it comes to weight loss. For people who are naturally deficient, HGH therapy can provide treatment for a number of conditions. According to one recent study, you can add accelerated fat loss in obese adults to the list.[2]

Benefits of HGH Therapy

At larger doses, HGH therapy can be a powerful weapon for losing weight and building muscles. But at lower doses, supplementing with HGH aids the body in recovery and repair wherever its needed. HGH benefits are varied and numerous, and they include the following:

Stronger Muscles

You probably know about HGH specifically for this reason, as it’s one of those banned substances that sports organizations consider cheating. And the reason they consider it cheating, is because it works.

The International Journal of Endocrinology performed a study on men aged 50-70, who were divided into two groups. One group received a placebo, while the other a daily dose of HGH. After six months, the men in the HGH group reported “significant” improvements in leg press strength.[3]

Weight Loss

Obesity has become an epidemic in our modern world. And for some, no matter what they do, they can’t seem to lose weight.

There have been numerous studies done to support the weight loss claims with HGH therapy. It makes sense.  HGH accelerates lipolysis, the breakdown of lipids and free fatty acids. And HGH builds muscle, which in turn helps your body more efficiently burn fat.

Stronger Bones

The pituitary gland stimulates the release of growth hormone and is essential for regulating bone growth, especially during puberty. With age, the production of HGH decreases, which can cause problems with older individuals not being able to replace bone rapidly. The IGF-1/growth hormone duo stimulates bone-forming, leading to increased bone mass.

Less Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular and heart disease is still the number one cause of death in the U.S. for both men and women. And according to some recent studies, your HGH levels may be a contributing factor.

People who are deficient in HGH have a higher risk of getting cardiovascular disease. A study in Sweden involving 104 participants who had HGH deficiencies revealed a direct association between lower levels of HGH and higher body mass and triglyceride cholesterol, both of which greatly contribute to increasing ones risk of cardiovascular disease.[4]

Improvement in Erectile Dysfunction

HGH has been shown to increase testosterone levels, which can contribute to proper sexual function. However, it appears as though HGH has similar effects on sexual function.

According to a recent German study involving 45 men with erectile dysfunction, HGH may provide a potent weapon for impotence. Researchers have discovered that penile erections can be induced by growth hormone through its stimulating activity on the cavernosum smooth muscles.[5]

Improved Cognitive Health

People who have an HGH deficiency often report poor moods and less-than-perfect psychological well being. As HGH becomes more studied, we’re beginning to see that cognitive health is also affected by varying levels of HGH in the body.

Lithunian Researchers have found that administering growth hormone can improve cognitive function and mood in adults who are growth hormone-deficient.[6]

Better Sleep

The majority of HGH production happens just after the onset of sleep and continues to rise during the first hours. Lack of sleep interferes with pituitary and hypothalamus function, which can alter growth hormone release time. And if you don’t think of sleep as a vital nutrient, think again.

A study by the University of Chicago, in which volunteers were deprived of sleep for 24 to 36 hours, discovered that HGH release was “drastically decreased” in those volunteers. Researchers concluded that sleep deprivation can reduce growth hormone release, and severely alter the sleep-awake cycle. [7]

HGH Therapy Risks

HGH therapy has a few side effects, that include enlargement of the fingers and toes, skeletal changes, and lengthening of the jaw. The internal organs also can enlarge.

There are sometimes complaints of muscle weakness and occasional feelings of the “pins and needles” sensation. Occasionally, individuals also notice fingers feeling swollen at higher doses. This side effect is temporary and has been shown to go away when the dose is lowered.

Another possible consequence of increased protein synthesis during HGH therapy includes changes to the skin, such as thickening and coarsening, known as “elephant epidermis.”

Natural HGH Remedies

For those of you interested in increasing your levels of HGH naturally, there are a few things you can do.

High Intensity Interval Training

HIIT exercises are extremely beneficial for health. But they’ve also been shown to increase HGH release. Contributing factors include load, intensity, and duration. Working hard is vitally important, particular toward the end of the workout when benefits tend to kick in. HIIT exercises can be performed a number of ways, so pick one that suits you best.

L-glutamine

L-glutamine has been popular with bodybuilders for years, as it’s a potent performance enhancer. But studies are now showing that this powerful amino acid can also raise blood testosterone, HGH, and specifically IGF-1.

L-arginine

L-arginine is another amino acid that, according to studies, has been shown to increase resting levels of HGH by 100%. And while this is a nice increase, just to put that into perspective, exercise has been shown to increase resting levels of HGH by up to 500%.

Vitamin C

Researchers have found a correlation between vitamin C consumption and HGH release. Individuals who consumed lower amounts of vitamin C also had lower levels of HGH.

Liver Detox

IGF-1, the component of HGH responsible for much of its benefits, is produced by the liver. A healthy functioning liver is crucial for this process. So if you’re concerned about HGH deficiency, maybe a liver cleanse is a good first step.

Laughter

Laughter really is the best medicine. As it turns out, that includes raising HGH.

Researchers Stanley Tan and Lee Berk, at Loma Linda University, observed that human growth hormone and endorphins were increased by 27 percent and 87 percent, respectively, when volunteers anticipated watching a humorous video.[8]

How Vitality Health Can Help You

If you think you may have an HGH deficiency, the first step toward getting the help you need is getting a proper diagnosis. After our doctors assess your current health, they can prescribe a treatment plan that’s right for you. Treatment can include HGH therapy, natural remedies, or a combination of both.

You have a unique body with unique needs. Which is why we’ll do our best to provide you with the best course of action that’s right for you.

To see if HGH therapy is right for you, call us at 555-555-5555. If after talking with a doctor, we feel like you’d be a good candidate for HGH therapy, we’ll schedule an appointment. You won’t be charged until the day of the appointment.

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