What Are the Symptoms of Low Growth Hormone?
What Are the Symptoms
Low Growth Hormone?
It’s pretty common knowledge that the sooner you focus on healing and rehabilitating an injury, the greater your success of bringing that injury or issue back to it’s most normal function, and at maximum capacity. The same thing goes for your body and its relation to hormones. Hormone-sensitive tissue in your body that has seen a reduction in required hormone delivery due to aging, injury or abnormal maladies, suffers most. Moreover, the longer these tissues are deprived of said required hormone, the more they have been negatively affected and stressed in their attempt to function normally. For this very reason, it is important for us to be in tune with our bodies, receptive to changes and with the common, deeply founded understanding that one must never procrastinate on issues of their health. If something feels different or strange, we should never chock it up to something simple, especially if this manifestation lingers from one day to the next. The problem is, the longer we experience issues and ignore them, the more common or normal they begin to feel to us, and the easier it is to ignore them…. possibly even until it’s too late.
How Do We Know If It’s Time to Look Into an HGH Therapy Protocol?
You may say to yourself, I’m not a doctor so, how do I know if I’m experiencing Symptoms Low Growth Hormone?
The first thing to remember is that Growth Hormone has a correlation to every single tissue your body is composed of. As is relayed in its name, it helped grow every aspect of your body thus, lower numbers of this protein building hormone can cause abnormalities or fluctuations in new, regenerating cells leaving room for irregularities. This includes malformations and disease in the more deprived areas.
A person who has too little adult growth hormone will experience symptoms indicating that action should be taken sooner than later to replenish those flailing numbers. The following are examples of Symptoms Low Growth Hormone:
- A higher level of body fat, especially around the waist
- Anxiety and depression
- Decreased sexual function and interest
- Feelings of being isolated from other people
- Greater sensitivity to heat and cold
- Less muscle (lean body mass)
- Less strength, stamina, and ability to exercise without taking a rest
- Reduced bone density and a tendency to have more bone fractures as they get older
- Changes in the makeup of the blood cholesterol.
People with adult growth hormone deficiency have higher than normal levels of low-density lipoproteins in comparison to their high-density lipoproteins. Additionally, another very common issue to appear in blood results for people with low Growth Hormone is that they also tend to have higher triglyceride levels. (Triglycerides are another type of sugar and fat that circulate in the blood and contribute to blocked blood vessels.)
We reiterate that Growth Hormone plays a role in the creation of all tissue in the body. Low levels of Growth Hormone will eventually manifest themselves physically, as the regeneration of your cells, which is constant for our bodies, will be a lackluster production. Abnormal cells promote illness, disease, and irregularities in our bodies. This is the reason it’s imperative to always be wary if you are experiencing Symptoms Low Growth Hormone.
If you notice:
- Grayer, thinning or more fragile hair.
- Dry, non-elastic skin.
- An acceleration of wrinkles or the appearance of damaged skin
- Brittle nails
- Dark Circles around the eyes
- A change in body composition and even shape
You may be experiencing the onset of Growth Hormone depletion. It’s imperative that you take action to, at the minimum, understand where your Growth Hormone levels are. If you have a Growth Hormone depletion and you catch it early, please note it’s been documented to significantly improve a person’s quality of life and optimize their health. Studies show that proper hGH treatment patients can go on having a healthy, extended, health-interference-free life. There is no point in living for a long time if you are miserable. It’s our quality of life that we have to strive to perfect. Symptoms Low Growth Hormone should be addressed immediately to best ensure you happiest tomorrows.
Make sure to contact us at AAI clinics if you’d like to speak to someone about getting your Growth Hormone levels tested. Tell them if you’ve experienced Symptoms Low Growth Hormone. Our advisors are experts on the subject and will give you educated, medically oriented answers to your inquiries. If you do not want to speak with anyone but are still interested in finding out your Growth Hormone health levels, you can visit our E-Commerce page by clicking here and purchase a private, at-home testing kit which will provide clear simple instructions on how to obtain and submit your specimen. For at-home kits, results should be expected within 2 weeks. However, if you speak with us directly and we send you to one of our testing centers, which will be located near your home if you provide us your Zip Code, your results will be available in 24 hours.
**NOTE** The content contained in this blog is subject to interpretation and is the opinion of the content writer. We do not claim it to be fact. We encourage you to consult a medical doctor before taking any prescribed medications or supplements.
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- Causes of Low HGH?
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