Testosterone & hGH: Their role in Cellulite
Cellulite for years, the link between Human Growth Hormone and Testosterone to cellulite was basically nonexistent. As Testosterone and hGH were studied in greater depths, we saw more and more that both Testosterone and hGH played a major role in almost every single aspect of our anatomy. In recent years, there have been countless studies organized in attempts to fully understand the effects of Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone in the body. We are beginning to see, conclusively, that maintaining healthy levels of both Testosterone and Growth Hormone can actually correct, regress or help to mend old tissue damage.
Sadly, some women and men will never wear shorts or a bathing suit because of the appearance of dimpled skin on their legs known as cellulite. People have tried everything; wraps, creams, even undergoing electrical stimulation in an effort to regain their formerly smooth and evenly plump skin.
Is Testosterone or hGH better to fight Cellulite?
Cellulite is almost exclusively a female concern, as the anatomy of a woman’s skin is very different from a man’s. Cellulite is primarily about Human Growth Hormone, though keeping in mind that healthy Testosterone levels go hand in hand with a healthy, active life style is very important. Also, testosterone does in fact have a role in skin and protein production. Testosterone sensitive tissue is located through out our entire bodies. It’s very important to understand that Testosterone is not limited to our sexual desires or libido level, and though women need a lot less Testosterone than men, they still need adequate, healthy levels of Testosterone in order to feel and be great. It’s just an anatomical fact.
That being said, in its initial stages, as estrogen is released into a woman’s body, some fluid builds up in fatty tissues around the thighs, buttocks, arms and sometimes the mid section, and sometimes even areas of the back can be affected as well. Since women have more fatty tissue than men – particularly throughout the thighs and hips, this manifestation is usually and unfortunately more noticeable on a woman’s body.
GH and Testosterone, which are responsible for cell and tissue regeneration, and maintaining healthy body tissue, are the same hormones that re also responsible for a decrease in the production of collagen. Collagen is the protein which helps keeps skin elastic and strong. The issue is, when collagen levels lower and elasticity decreases, there is a greater likelihood that cellulite will become visible, as the skin does not have the taught, tighter quality to help hold back the apparition of fat deposits below the skin.
Cellulite is located in the subsurface or subcutaneous layer of the skin. It is made up of connective tissue and fat cells known as the Cellulite. This actually forms when the structural support of the skin starts to collapse and the fat cells push through it. That’s what causes the “dimpled” look that so many women and men, would love to erase.
However, remember to keep in mind that there isn’t a quick fix for erasing cellulite. We need to take into account that this is an accumulation of cells. Since it occurs at a cellular level, it’s a slow process and you must be patient in waiting for the skin to revert back to its smoother, tighter beginnings.
Here is where we can revert back to the conversation of maintaining healthy Testosterone levels and why, even if you are a woman, Testosterone therapy may be the very answer to many ailments being experienced; many issues that most women would not typically first consider Testosterone to be the culprit.
Aside from helping to reverse the appearance of cellulite, Human Growth Hormone and Testosterone will actually help all tissue in the body to repair, tighten and regenerate. This will literally magnify your potential for maximum health and body optimization. If your body is functioning at its best, you are looking your best, feeling your best and capable of your best! At AAI Rejuvenation Clinic we are eager to speak to you about the developing a Wellness Regimen, including HGH therapy that will help address your ailments or any health related concerns that you may have. The appearance of damage to the skin is always an indicator that something is not right internally. We will organize a comprehensive blood test to help us determine what is really happening internally. Fill out our Medical History Form or call us today: (844) GET – HRT1
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