Maintaining healthy levels of growth hormone can regress and mend old tissue damage.
As hormone production diminishes so do energy boosting components and restful sleep. Thus, producing decreased motivation.
Decreased Sex Drive and Desire
Low levels of Low Testosterone symptoms causes a decrease in sex drive.
When low testosterone symptoms production decreases it stresses the production of hormones and causes depression.
Depression – HGH
GH raises the level of B-endorphin, while lowering dopamine. Therefore an increase in GH acts as an anti-depressant.
Erectile Dysfunction – HGH
HGH can be utilized to reverse or correct issues of erectile dysfunction.
A decrease in testosterone causes hormonal changes which in effect causes fatigue.
There have been no conclusive studies that link hair loss to testosterone usage. In fact, hair loss is more conclusively linked to the natural aging process.
High Cholesterol is a silent killer. HGH injections, when used in a proper protocol can lower, cholesterol, blood pressure, and triglycerides.
Low Energy & Fatigue
Symptoms of aging can be a direct result of diminishing levels of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) in the body. As we age, our bodies produce less and less HGH, causing low energy and fatigue.
One of the spectacularly exciting uses of Growth Hormone may be to prevent and treat the effects of brain aging.
Unfortunately, approximately 2 million men already have Osteoporosis. Testosterone replacement therapy is now commonly used to treat and prevent Osteoporosis in men who have low testosterone levels.
For the longest time, the medical community theorized that testosterone replacement therapy increased one’s risk of prostate cancer
Recovery from Illness
The use of growth hormone and growth hormone factors can dramatically accelerate the healing process in people age forty and above. With growth hormone therapy, cells regenerate and repair at a much faster pace, wounds heal more quickly, and bones knit more rapidly.
Reduced Muscle Mass
Testosterone is essential in the production of strong and healthy muscles. Reduced muscle mass in men is often a result of declining levels of testosterone. Testosterone, in combination with other hormones, is directly associated with the stimulation of protein synthesis in the body and the production of muscle tissue.
Many sleep-related problems can be overcome with testosterone therapy. Men with lower testosterone levels have lower sleep efficiency, with increased nocturnal awakenings and less slow-wave (REM) sleep.
Sleep Disturbances – HGH
Many sleep-related problems can be overcome with the administration of Human Growth Hormone (HGH). Research shows that men who get less deep sleep secrete less HGH, regardless of age. Since the male brain secretes HGH during deep sleep, some experts blame the effects of aging, including changes in sleep patterns, on the decline of HGH.
The thyroid and adrenal glands (those producing cortisol) are the key regulators of the body. If the Thyroid and Cortisol levels are not right, the rest of the body will NOT function well. This is why these central hormones must be treated along with Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone, & Human Growth Hormone.
Once we hit age 30, it’s all downhill for the body’s hormone levels. The lean body mass (LBM) of our organs starts to decrease, while the adipose mass, or fat mass, increases. Human Growth Hormone has a shape shifting effect on the body.