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November 30, 2016 by Joseph Fermin 1 Comment

The Relationship Between Hormones and Stress 5 (1)

Hormones and Stress

Hormones and Stress in the holiday season are upon us! Although this can a wonderful time filled with love and laughter, it can also significantly increase the day-to-day stresses experienced by many people; this can easily turn into chronic stress. Did you know that chronic stress can have a significant impact on your normal hormonal responses? Read on to learn more about the effects stress can have on your body and what you can do about it.

Hormones and Stress

The Hormones and Stress feeling that we all know so well is part of the body’s normal response to a real or perceived threat. However, your body does not differentiate between serious physical threats and “normal” pressures, and so a heavy workload or demands from your family can build up over time and have a detrimental effect on your health.

The stress response is commonly known as the “fight or flight” response, and it begins in the brain. When a stress is perceived, the amygdala sends a signal to the hypothalamus, which activates the sympathetic nervous system and triggers the release of adrenaline from the adrenal glands into the bloodstream. Adrenaline then accelerates the heartbeat to pump more blood to the muscles in preparation for “flight.” In addition, the pulse, blood pressure, and breathing rate all increase to enhance the amount of oxygen inhaled. Other senses, such as sight and hearing, become sharper.

The Normal Stress Response

 

During the second phase of the stress response, the hypothalamus releases corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH), which stimulates the release of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH). ACTH then stimulates the release of cortisol from the adrenal glands, which ensures that the body remains on “high alert.” Cortisol levels remain elevated until the threat passes; the stress response is then shut down once the brain perceives that the threat is no longer there (http://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/understanding-the-stress-response).

Hormones and Stress

The Effects of Stress

Prolonged periods of stress prevent the shut-down of the normal stress response because the body remains on high-alert and producing cortisol. The long-term exposure to cortisol and other Hormones and Stress has a number of negative effects throughout the body, including:

  1. In the respiratory system, the accelerated breathing rate could lead to asthma or panic attacks (http://www.apa.org/helpcenter/stress-body.aspx).
  2. In the cardiovascular system, prolonged periods of an elevated heart rate and increased blood pressure can increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack, and stroke.
  3. In the liver, the increased levels of cortisol stimulate the production of glucose in anticipation of increased energy demands. Such prolonged exposure to elevated blood glucose levels might increase the risk of metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes.
  4. Some animal studies have suggested that chronic stress can reduce testosterone levels and sperm production and maturation in men; it can even lead to erectile dysfunction and impotence.
  5. In women, chronic stress can lead to an irregular menstrual cycle, worsened premenstrual syndrome symptoms, and reduced libido.
  6. Stress can also dampen the immune system.
  7. Emotionally, stress can affect your sleep, increase irritability, anxiety, and depression, and reduce concentration.

How to Reduce the Effects of Stress

There is no need to worry: there is a lot you can do to counteract the natural stress responses that occur at this time of year. It is important to understand what makes you stressed, as well as what makes you relax. For example, there are several lifestyle changes that can help reduce stress (http://www.webmd.com/balance/stress-management/stress-management-relieving-stress):

  1. Take time out to do something you enjoy
  2. Express your feelings
  3. Use relaxation techniques such as meditation
  4. Exercise regularly; exercise is one of the best ways of reducing stress

Because many of the symptoms of chronic stress are also associated with low hormones, such as sleep loss, fatigue, and low testosterone levels, we recommend getting your Hormones and Stress levels checked if you experience any prolonged, unusual or unexplained stress. At AAI Clinic, we can measure your Hormones, Testosterone Injections, and Stress and make recommendations regarding any hormone replacement therapy or supplements that could alleviate your stress-related symptoms.

Testosterone Injections – Curious about testosterone injections Therapy? Read more about what you can expect from this treatment and contact us for more information (866) 224-LowT (5698)

References

  1. Golbidi, S., J.C. Frisbee, and I. Laher, Chronic stress impacts the cardiovascular system: animal models and clinical outcomes. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 2015. 308(12): p. H1476-98.
  2. Bergmann, N., F. Gyntelberg, and J. Faber, The appraisal of chronic stress and the development of the metabolic syndrome: a systematic review of prospective cohort studies. Endocr Connect, 2014. 3(2): p. R55-80.
  3. Kalaitzidou, I., et al., Stress management and erectile dysfunction: a pilot comparative study. Andrologia, 2014. 46(6): p. 698-702.
  4. Gannon, L., et al., Perimenstrual symptoms: relationships with chronic stress and selected lifestyle variables. Behav Med, 1989. 15(4): p. 149-59.
  5. Golkar, A., et al., The Influence of Work-Related Chronic Stress on the Regulation of Emotion and on Functional Connectivity in the Brain. PLoS ONE, 2014. 9(9): p. e104550.

January 27, 2016 by Joseph Fermin 1 Comment

What Are the Causes of Low Human Growth Hormone? 5 (1)

What Are the Causes of
Low Human Growth Hormone?

Low Human Growth Hormone production are little-known facts that can ultimately manifest themselves in some significantly life-depleting ways in the future. We always want to do everything in our power to remain as healthy and normal as we possibly can, for as long as we possibly can. The great thing to know is that abnormal issues of premature Low Human Growth Hormone production are not as common as we think. That being said, keep in mind that everyone after the age of 35 has begun to drop off in their production of this vital hormone. However, with the advancement of modern medicine, the potentiality of regressing these symptoms to near perfect health is a real possibility.

Regardless, you may want to understand what to avoid or watch out for in order to maintain the health of your GH-producing gland(s) and to ensure your endocrine system is as healthy as possible throughout the course of your life.

Below is a breakdown of the most common causes for Low Human Growth Hormone production, be it externally caused or a birth condition:

  • A lack of growth hormone is usually caused by damage to the pituitary gland or the hypothalamus, a part of the brain that controls the pituitary gland.
  • The damage may be due to a tumor; to surgery or radiation used to treat the tumor; or to problems with the blood supply to the pituitary gland.
  • In some cases, the lack of growth hormone is due to an injury to the pituitary gland.
  • A lack of growth hormone can appear either in childhood or in adulthood.
  • People born with pituitary gland issues or Low Human Growth Hormone production may suffer from dwarfism and may truly find solace in hGH therapy if administered by a professional well versed in aiding patients with this abnormality.

For the most part, if you are a healthy adult that didn’t experience issues with Low Human Growth Hormone production in their youth, then the potentiality of you experiencing issues with low Human Growth Hormone production as an adult would mainly be based on genetics, meaning it may be programmed to appear later in life or, if not, then it is usually caused by some external stimuli, such as an accident, infection, disease or interference. Understanding the causes of low Growth Hormone can help determine the best course of action for the quickest recuperation and best results.

We can help you test for your Growth Hormone levels, with no additional obligation, if you feel that you have been experiencing issues related to aging that you consider you should not yet be experiencing. Let us help you. The information is free. Contact us at your earliest convenience at. You can also fill out our Medical History Form to be contacted within the next 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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January 27, 2016 by Joseph Fermin 1 Comment

What Are the Symptoms of Low Growth Hormone? 5 (1)

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.

Hormone therapy facts

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
  • Fatigue
  • 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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January 27, 2016 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

What Can I Expect From hGH Injection Therapy? 5 (1)

What Can I Expect From HGH Injection Therapy?

Before getting into the topic of what you can actually expect from HGH injection therapy, it’s imperative to consider your health goals. What is your interest in participating in HGH therapy? The purpose of returning your hormone levels to the same levels you experienced in your early to mid-twenties is to have your body respond to these healthier, more elevated levels. This induces the protein synthesis and cellular regeneration required to produce the quality tissue and tissue rigidity we rely on and become accustomed to in our youth.

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  • You can expect hGH injection therapy to return your metabolism to rates and speeds that you experienced in your youth. If you were always thin, regardless of what you ingested, you can expect a 6mo hGH program to return your metabolic rates back to those glory days.
  • You can expect hGH injection therapy to help strengthen bones and better heal even old fractures.
  • You can expect hGH to change the way your body responds to water retention, resulting in more plush, supple skin and better functioning organs due to the rehydration.
  • You can expect a better attitude and sense of self-esteem, as HGH literally helps to regulate the biochemicals of the brain in the first 15 minutes of its administration or secretion.
  • You can expect hGH injection therapy to accelerate wound healing, which includes recuperation time from extensive exercise and training.
  • You can expect HGH to aid in the regeneration of healthier cells and to promote the protein synthesis necessary to stimulate proper, accelerated healing of any and all needing tissue in your body.

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6 Months of HGH injection therapy can help to participate patients with the following:

Month One:

  • Increased energy – patients experience a certain pep in their step that they remember and miss. Also, they express the ability to exert extra energy without compromise.
  • Deeper, more restful sleep – Intensified REM sleep is obviously noticeable. You may sleep less time but get more rest because of the quality of sleep.
  • Improved stamina – Patients notice that activities they normally participate in become easier.
  • A happier, more content state of mind – it’s scientifically proven that hGH helps to regulate the biochemicals of the brain.

Month Two:

  • The initial stages of belly fat depletion – an increase in your metabolic rate will help you lose weight without exaggeratedly changing your diet.
  • Improved metabolism – the process begins to return you to metabolic rates experienced in your youth.
  • Return of some muscle tone – if your GH levels have depleted, your muscles have also. Returning your levels to healthy, normal levels will do the same for your muscles.
  • Improved skin tone with fewer wrinkles – water retention differentiation from HGH injection therapy administration will help make the skin more supple as therapy progresses.
  • Stronger hair and nails – because hGH impacts all tissue in your body, hair and nail texture noticeably changes by this time.

Month Three:

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 Month Four:

  • Improved Mental Acuity (feeling on point) – there is an actual chemical recalibration that occurs in the brain with the usage of HGH. Following your protocol to the letter will promote cognitive betterment as the brain rejuvenates with therapy.
  • Better Skin Elasticity – the improvement of water retention in all the cells increases and is more evident after the third month.
  • Improved appearance of hair and nails – going along the line of improved cells, hair and nail are tissue also affected by the levels of Growth Hormone and the quality of the regenerating cells building up these tissues.
  • Continued weight loss – the point of hormone therapy is to elevate hormone levels to healthy levels and then keeping them there long enough for the body to respond to them. Maintaining healthy GH levels up to this point should return your metabolic rate to about 33% closer to what you experienced in your early to mid 20’s
  • Improved lean muscle mass – Especially in the elderly or patients suffering from an acute lack of GH production.

Month Five:

  • Continued Loss of Belly Fat – not only is your metabolism reignited but the increase in lean muscle also requires more caloric consumption, further helping to regress your waist size
  • Wrinkle reduction and improved skin tone – your skin is your largest organ and a direct reflector of internal well-being. Damaged skin equals internal ailments. As the body as a whole regenerates and betters due to therapy, the skin quality improves. Moisture is better retained as well, making skin plumper, reducing wrinkles, crows feet and other skin creases appearing after the aging began.
  • Fuller, healthier hair becomes much more noticeable – As your newly produced cells improve in quality, so does the quality of the tissue it’s assigned to regenerate.

Month Six:

  • 5% – 10% reduction in body fat (without diet or exercise) – At this point, your metabolism should have returned to the same functionality you were accustomed to in your youth
  • 10% increase in lean muscle mass – whatever muscle loss was experienced before therapy should have been almost, if not completely replenished
  • Significantly improved physique – As your body fat % decreases and your lean muscle numbers increase, an actual morphing of the body takes place, resulting in a more shapely, rigid, stronger body.
  • Increased vitality due to organ re-growth and (internal organs, including the brain, shrink with age).

Contact us at so we can help process a hormone test for you to see how well your body is producing GH and if you would benefit from an individualized, properly structured HGH program to help rejuvenate your body, mind, and soul…. Literally. HGH injection therapy can help you in areas that you may not even imagine. Speak with us so we can unveil some of these life-transforming opportunities for you. Fill out our Medical History Form.

Again, a general breakdown of hGH  therapy benefits:

  • Measurable Fat Loss
  • Gaining of Lean Muscle
  • Increased Energy
  • Increased Immune Function
  • Enhanced Sexual Performance
  • Heightened Libido
  • Increased Cardiac Output
  • Improved Skin Elasticity
  • Decreased Wrinkle Appearance
  • Cellulite Elimination
  • Improved Vision
  • Increased Memory Retention
  • Improved Quality of Sleep
  • Increased Exercise Performance
  • Expedited Wound Healing
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Improved Cholesterol Levels
  • Increased Bone Mass
  • Elevated Mood
  • Regrowth of Shrunken Organs

**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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January 27, 2016 by Joseph Fermin 1 Comment

What Can hGH do? 5 (1)

What Can hGH do?

Over the course of 50 years, there has been extensive research on the effects of a properly administered hGH program. Below is a compiled list of benefits associated with hGH therapy, as recorded in an array of clinical studies over the years. Let us help you truly understand, what can hGH do?

What can hGH do

GH treatment has effectively been able to treat frailty syndrome of AGHD by increasing muscle mass, bone mass, and density. Additionally, it helped with cardiovascular strength, improved tissue strength, size and health of the organs, and also increased longevity in clinical trials.

What can hGH Do? Extensive data recorded during clinical studies on hGH effects show increased:

  • Energy
  • Endurance
  • Libido
  • Vitality

What can hGH do? Ultimately, hGH produces a sense of happiness that is manifested when Growth hormone insufficiencies are treated. Replacing GH improves:

  • Inflammation
  • Brain function
  • Bone density
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Heart function and strength.

What can hGH do? An additional benefit associated with HGH injections is a boost to your immune system. Reports also show evidence of:

  • Body composition changes
  • Improvement in exercise capacity
  • Accelerated wound healing
  • A better sense of well-being
  • Improvement of your quality of life and appearance

What can hGH do? It is not common knowledge that hGH reduces inflammatory chemicals resulting in improved insulin resistance. It’s also associated with improvement of the intractable diseases of aging (heart diseases, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s disease and diabetes).

  • HGH, combined with the standard treatment for heart failure, produces improvement in circulation and heart strength.
  • Osteoporosis decreases 3 – 5 % per year because of hGH; since hGH and IGF-1 stimulate bone-building cells.
  • AIDS and HIV patients also benefit from increased muscle building, as well as improved absorption of nutrients from the GI tract. It’s important for these individuals to know that the absorption of nutrients reduces as the virus escalates within the body. HGH maximizes the absorption rate of nutrients in your intestinal systems after the administration of a physician organized and supervised protocol.

Regardless of your age, the benefits detailed above are the reason to keep your GH levels within the normal range. This is real health insurance.

As discussed, GH is the master hormone in charge of all the other glandular hormonal secretions happening within your body. It is in charge of the growth of all the bones, matter, and tissue that make up your body. GH was responsible for your growth and development. At this stage of your life, you are not growing anymore. So, how are you benefiting? Your body is constantly regenerating.

What can hGH do

GH continues to support the growth and regeneration of your:

  • bones
  • tissues
  • organs
  • cells
  • skin
  • hair
  • teeth

…regardless of age. HGH administration can help you gain control over these levels, maintaining them at the optimal level for your personal and maximum well-being.

Obviously, GH is no longer helping us to grow taller, but it does have invaluable regenerative properties. Think of GH as your repair hormone. GH has everything to do with your healing process. Let’s use a 13 – 14-year-old as an example; they have an accident and scrape their knee. Whether or not it’s a bad scratch, the next day that kid has started healing. The cells and tissues in a young person’s body regenerate at an accelerated rate when compared to an older person with exactly the same injury. This is all directly tied to GH levels in the body. We are not going to debate that aging is a natural process of the human experience. However, GH levels via hGH injectable therapy will significantly aid the body with its healing process. In fact, patients that started hGH therapy for one ailment were astonished to find that during the course of their therapy old injuries, ailments and physically affected areas of their body were healing.

Hopefully, we were able to answer the question, what can hGH do? If you feel, however, that you have other questions or are interested in details relative to qualifying for therapy, we encourage you to fill out our Medical History Form, located in the tabs above. Someone will get back to you within 24 business hours and they will answer any of your therapy questions at no cost or further obligation to you.

**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.

January 27, 2016 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

Where Does hGH Come From? 5 (2)

What is Human Growth Hormone?
Where Does hGH Come From?

What is human Growth hormone? Well, let’s start with the basics: Growth Hormone is the master hormone released by the pituitary gland. This peptide hormone is made up of 191 amino acids that form a long, single-chain polypeptide. Growth hormone is synthesized in the somatotropic cells, which, again, are found in the anterior pituitary gland. These cells are also responsible for storing and releasing the hormone. Growth hormone is a peptide hormone that stimulates growth, development, and regeneration. The pituitary gland is the master gland of the endocrine system. It controls all the glands of the endocrine system. Your hormones keep your entire body and all its systems functioning. Hormones impact your weight, hair, and nails, as well as sex drive and attitude. It’s essential to know your hormone levels and whether they are in the normal range. You should also be aware of how they affect you and what you can do to ensure they are functioning optimally.

Sermorelin acetate is a natural active analog of growth hormone releasing factor, (GHR) which is a growth hormone-releasing. (Sermorelin) Is naturally releaser to stimulate production healthily by the pituitary gland. Sermorelin Therapy is not a human growth hormone, it is a hormone secretagogue, which means that it stimulates the pituitary gland to specific receptors to increase the production of HGH.

Growth hormone-releasing peptides (GHRPs) are a family of synthetic peptides that stimulate GH secretion. Importantly, they have no structural similarity to sermorelin or GHRH; instead, they function via receptors in the pituitary gland and/or hypothalamus. At AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, we compound two different GHRPs (GHRP-2 and GHRP-6) into the sermorelin mixture. The resulting mixtures, sermorelin peptides GHRP2 and sermorelin peptides GHRP6, are particularly potent and effective GH-inducing agents that yield comparable results to typical yet considerably more expensive hGH therapy.

GHRP-2 is a synthetic analog of the peptide hormone ghrelin. Ghrelin is a small 28 amino acid peptide that is produced by the stomach in response to hunger. It also activates the growth hormone secretagogue receptor (also known as the ghrelin receptor) to stimulate GH production and metabolism. GHRP-2 functions similarly to stimulate the hypothalamus and increase the production of endogenous GH from the pituitary gland; synthesis then slowly drops back to baseline by the third hour after administration. This more closely replicates the pulsatile nature of endogenous GH production, which makes it advantageous and potentially safer compared with synthetic HGH use.

GHRP-6 is a hexapeptide synthetic analog of met-enkephalin, which is an endogenous opioid growth factor; however, GHRP-6 does not exhibit opioid activity. GHRP-6 works similarly to GHRP-2; however, it is a first-generation GHRP that does not induce GH levels as strongly as GHRP-2. Instead, it promotes food intake by stimulating hunger and helps increase energy metabolism; therefore, it is good for patients that need to increase their food intake.

Our interest is to help answer the question, what is human Growth Hormone, in as simple and concise a format while making sure no important details are missed. Simply put, Growth Hormone, as is encompassed in the name, literally helped to grow you; every aspect of you. When growth hormone is released, it is metabolized by the liver and converted into what is known as IGF-1 (Insulin Growth Factor-1). This chemical invites the production of protein in the body and depending on your different stages of development, promotes the growth of your muscles, bones as well as all your organs. In fact, Growth Hormone is responsible for the growth of all the tissue in your body. It promotes the regeneration and production of cells in the body, as well as stimulates their healing.

HGH is produced by top pharmaceutical organizations as a bio-identical hormone. This is identical to what the body produces with the exception that there is no DNA association. Administering hGH therapy in the not-so-distant-past was nothing to take lightly. It needed to be extracted from the brain of cadavers. This antiquated process didn’t come without its unfortunate repercussions. Patients treated with this early form of hGH had abstract side effects. This process is no longer legal. Today, technology has advanced to the point that we are able to clone and produce a clean, exact, bio-identical replica of the HGH hormone in a laboratory. When you qualify for therapy with AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, you will be prescribed Brand hGH only. HGH cannot be produced in a simple lab. It cannot be compounded or cannot be ingested, as the molecule is too delicate and small. It would be immediately destroyed by the gastric process. Contact us at AAI Clinics so we can talk to you about how to know if you are obtaining real hGH or, how to qualify for this life-transforming program.

 

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**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.

December 27, 2015 by Joseph Fermin 1 Comment

Fast Recovery from Wounds and Illness 5 (1)

Recovery from Wounds and Illness

The use of growth hormone and growth hormone factors can dramatically accelerate the healing process in people age forty and above. In studies, injections of growth hormone stimulated the formation of collagen (the glue that holds tissue together), increased the tensile strength of wounds, and made wounds close faster. With HGH therapy, cells regenerate and repair at a much faster pace, wounds heal more quickly, and bones knit more rapidly.

The healing properties of growth hormone have been used in many instances, recovery from wounds.

What can hGH do

Recovery from surgery, particularly muscle atrophy and weakness Injury or burn including:

  • Severe malnourishment
  • Leg ulcers in elderly people

Here at AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, we’re ready to help. Our services are discrete and confidential. Contact us today or fill out our medical history form. Our trained wellness team is eager to get you started.

HGH is the ultimate anti-aging therapy. It affects almost every cell in the body, rejuvenating the skin and bones, liver, regenerating the heart, lungs, and kidneys, bringing organ and tissue function back to youthful levels. HGH Is an anti-disease medicine that revitalizes and recharges the immune system, lowers the many risk factors for heart attack and even stroke, improves oxygen uptake in emphysema patients and prevent osteoporosis. It is under investigation for a host of different diseases from osteoporosis to post-polio syndrome two aids. HGH is cosmetic surgery in a bottle: smoothing out facial wrinkles, restoring elasticity in the skin. Its thickness and contours the skin; reversing the loss of extracellular water that makes old people look like a dried-up prune. Growth Hormone has healing powers that close ulcerated wounds and regrows burned skin.

Effects of Administration (high-frequency, low dose) in 20 patients L. Cass Terry, M.D., PH.D., and Edmund Chein, M. D., Medical College of Wisconsin and Palms Springs Life Extension Institute Healing, Flexibility and Resistance:

  • Healing of Old Injuries 55%
  • Healing of Other Injuries 61%
  • Healing Capacity 71%
  • Back Flexibility 83%
  • Resistance to Common Illness 73%

1 Mean self-assessment time was 180 days after HGH therapy initiation: range = 15 – 720 days.

Think about your children or yourself when you are a child. Remember how many times you fell down and scraped your knee? Your arms and legs always seemed to be wearing red badges of courage. Most relevantly, practically overnight, a scab would form and that wound would soon disappear, leaving absolutely no trace. The thing is when you are young, cells regenerate and repair at a much faster pace, wounds heal more quickly, and bones knit more rapidly. All these processes are under the control of Growth Hormone and growth factors. The use of Growth Hormone and Growth Hormone factors won’t restore the repair rate of an eight-year-old’s, but it can dramatically accelerate the healing process in those aged 40 and above.

The healing properties of Growth Hormone have already been used for patients who are injured, severely burned, recovering from surgery or severely malnourished. In animals and human studies of wound healing, injections of Growth Hormone-stimulated the formation of collagen (the glue that holds tissue together), increased the tensile strength of wounds and made the wound close faster. Growth Hormone and growth factors have also been used successfully to treat leg ulcers in elderly people. Studies in rats showed that it healed incisions considerably much faster. It even strengthened bones after fracture and helped reverse muscle atrophy and weakness after surgery. In one study of burn patients, Growth Hormone evidently stimulated the protein synthesis needed for healing in the body and increased blood flow. Other studies have shown that Growth Hormone increases the positive nitrogen balance that is needed for the formation of new tissue.

That same study showed that daily injections of Growth Hormone were exceptionally effective for increasing the nutritional status of patients that had experienced severe fractures, severe infection or gastrointestinal surgery. In a double-blind trial, patients who were receiving IV feedings were also given injections of either Growth Hormone or a saline solution. The patients on Growth Hormone were able to conserve protein while the patients who received saline lost protein.

The healing properties of Growth Hormone are now under intense investigation. Of course, the most effective dosage and length of time that Growth Hormone should be given must be determined and orchestrated by a medical professional studied and experienced in the art that is regenerative processing, which can only be achieved through biological, internal healing, promoted by the medical, miracle solution that is HGH. Fill out our Medical History Form or call us so we can help you regress old physical problems and accelerate the healing of any new ones.

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November 16, 2015 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

Sermorelin Peptides GHRP and Benefits of HGH 5 (1)

Sermorelin Peptides GHRP and Benefits of HGH

Sermorelin peptides GHRP and benefits of hGH are undeniable. However, when using injectable exogenous HGH (GH not produced naturally by our body) our bodies go from producing low amounts of GH to essentially producing no GH. The reason this occurs is that the body becomes completely dependent on the exogenous hGH. As incredible as it is to have higher levels of GH in your body, it’s extremely important to cater to the health of your pituitary gland to ensure long-term health and positive results. So how do you get your pituitary gland to start working again? More importantly, how do you get it to work harder and more efficiently for an individual your age or with your particular abnormal pituitary condition? This is a job for Sermorelin peptide GHRP peptides.

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Sermorelin

  • Sermorelin peptides (GHRH) is a bio-identical hormone that has recently been genetically engineered to stimulate the secretion of Growth Hormone releasing hormone from the hypothalamus. GHRH is a peptide that contains the first 29 amino acids of the 191 in GH. It is GHRH that stimulates your pituitary gland to release GH. As we age, hormone production in the pituitary gland declines. It has been proven that HGRH can restore the production levels of the pituitary causing significant elevation of IGF-1.

Peptides

  1. One of the major functions of peptides is to work as hormones because these are a specific type of peptide responsible for carrying signals between cells and glands. These peptides will control blood sugar regulation, sleep, and other body functions. They are created by the liver, intestine, stomach, kidneys and endocrine glands. Common peptides found in hormones include oxytocins, gastrins, bradykinins, human growth hormone and insulin.
  2. – The brain produces neuropeptides, which you find in neural tissue. They are an extension of your neuro system throughout your body, meaning that they act as regulators and signals in various processes triggered from locations within the brain. One example of neuropeptides would be endorphins.
  3. – Alkaloids are another type of peptide and they are commonly involved in developing defense mechanisms in small animals, plants, and fungi. Examples of these peptides include dynorphin, panda mini, and ergotamine.
  4. – When peptides work as antibiotics, they prevent microorganisms from growing within the body. This is an example of using peptides side effects to kill bacteria that cause diseases as antibiotics are commonly used in medicine.
  5. – The peptide can help support our body. This is because when peptide chains become long enough, it will form proteins, which are used as building blocks of animal and human bodies. Keratin is a perfect example as this protein is in human nails and hair and animal claws, hooves, scales, feathers, and horns. Collagen is another protein created from peptides and is found in bones, tooth enamel, ligaments, and tendons.

GHRP’s

  • GHRP’s are a small family of peptides acting in the hypophyseal portal system to release Growth Hormone (GH). There are two main forms of GHRP, which will be depicted further below, that are compounded into the Sermorelin Peptides GHRP mixture. The end result, Sermorelin GHRP2 or Sermorelin GHRP6, is an especially potent and effective Growth Hormone inducing agent that can generate comparable results to a typical, yet considerably more costly, hGH therapy protocol.

GHRP2

  • Growth-Hormone-Releasing-Peptide-Two (GHRP2) is a synthetic ghrelin analogue. It stimulates the hypothalamus and critically increases the natural production of Growth Hormone (GH) from the pituitary gland, which slowly drops back to baseline levels by the third hour after administration. This more closely replicates the natural pulse of GH in the human body, giving it an advantage over synthetic HGH use

– GHRP-2 (also known as KP 102) is a synthetic hexapeptide Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide (GHRP) which acts on the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland to release growth hormone with a slight stimulatory effect on Prolactin, ACTH, and Cortisol levels.

– GHRP-2 is considered to be a true hGH secretagogue, meaning that it stimulates the body’s own secretion of hGH. Human Growth hormone has been shown in studieshttps://www.aaiclinics.com/treatments/hgh-therapy/what-is-human-growth-hormone/ to promote lean body mass and reduce adiposity (fat).

– GHRP2 has demonstrated that it is very effective at stimulating GH production in research test subjects.

– It has a short half-life with peak concentrations occurring around 15 minutes and not longer than 60 minutes after administration.

– GHRP-2 is a 2nd generation GHRP just behind GHRP-6. Compared to GHRP-6, GHRP-2 is considered to be much more superior in terms of growth hormone stimulation because over longer periods of time it maintains maximum elevations in Growth Hormone.

– GHRP-2 has shown to increase IGF-1 levels (Insulin-like Growth Factor-1), and even greater results happen when used with Sermorelin Peptides GHRP (Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone – GHRH). It has a short half-life with peak concentrations occurring around 15 minutes but not longer than 60 minutes. The response of natural physiologic system includes the increase in levels of calcium ion influx alongside with increased release of growth hormones in response to the high-amplitude pulsation from the GHRP-2.

– GHRP-2 and other ghrelin analogues increase the number of somatotropes involved in the GH pulse by inhibiting somatostatin, GHRH increases the pulse amplitude per pituitary cell or somatotrope by other means.

-Unlike ghrelin, GHRP-2 is not lipogenic which means that it does not induce fat storage. Although ghrelin plays a large role in hunger, GHRP-2 as an analog of ghrelin does not increase appetite significantly.

GHRP6

  • Growth-Hormone-Releasing-Peptide-Six (GHRP6) is a Growth Hormone (GH) secretagogue. The Peptide GHRP-6 works similarly to GHRP-2, however, it is a Hexapeptide that promotes food intake by stimulating hunger and helps increase energy metabolism.

Growth Hormone Releasing Peptides, similar to GHRP-6, are most commonly used for the treatment of Growth Hormone (GH) deficiencies, eating disorders, etc.

– Researchers discovered that those GH-Releasing Peptides (specifically GHRP-6 & GHRP-2) followed a mode of action, which bound them to and was mediated through receptors different from those for GHRH.

– Researchers discovered that these GH-Releasing Peptides acted synergistically with the natural human Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH), which is related to Sermorelin Peptides GHRP, in both laboratory animals and humans to produce large releases of Growth Hormone.

– In the 1980s, the first highly potent GH-Releasing peptide, GHRP-6, was developed. Due to a strong GH release response from the peptide, it became the first member of a class called Growth Hormone Secretagogues.

– GHRP-6 is believed to be acting naturally on both pituitary and hypothalamic sites (Fairhall et al. 1995). In a time-dependent and dose-dependent manner, the primary pituitary cells of rats were demonstrated on.

  • Both GHRP-2 and GHRP-6 have great benefit and potential. Studies have shown them to be effective in treating age-related GH decline when used in combination with Sermorelin (GHRH).

GHRP’s when used in equal dosages of GHRH creates a 3-hour pulse of GH that is double the amplitude of 8IU of synthetic GH, resulting in:

a) increased energy

b) improved sleep

c) increased lean body mass

d) decreased body fat

e) increased collagen production and

f) increased healing capability.

These factors not only make it more effective but actually a healthier substitute to Exogenous Growth Hormone.

Overview: Sermorelin Peptides,
Sermorelin GHRP2 & 6 Peptides

Use of Sermorelin usually improves sleep within the first few weeks of therapy. This is usually concurrent with increased energy levels and improved mood. After 3-6 months of therapy, patients start reporting noticeable or significant body changes, such as the increase in muscle tone and leaner physique. Over time patients will also notice a significant improvement in skin tone and health. Like most peptide hormones, Sermorelin Peptides GHRP usually has a loading period of 3-6 months before full effects are noticed. Once injected, both Sermorelin Peptides GHRP are eliminated very quickly from the body and therefore need to be injected frequently. Its actions are dependent on a chain reaction of biological processes which result in elevated and sustained HGH and growth factors.

When considering Growth Hormone Therapy, personal preference and disposition are always the determining factors. However, Sermorelin Peptides GHRPs is a wonderful option to getting you back your vitality and youth.

Contact us at your earliest convenience so we can give you more information about how HGH therapy and/or Sermorelin therapy can make a difference in your health. We look forward to helping you decide which replacement therapy is best for you. AAI Rejuvenation Clinic’s anti-aging professionals are your resource source to extend your life and get more from it.

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August 27, 2015 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

Do you Know You Hormone Levels? Weight Gain 5 (2)

Do you Know You Hormone Levels? Weight Gain

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. Between the ages of 30 thru 75, the liver, kidneys, brain and pancreas atrophy by 30% on average. In men between the ages of 40 thru 80, the LBM declines about 5% per decade and in women by 2.5% per decade. Meanwhile, during this same period, the body fat in both sexes is increasing. By the late 30s, men are starting to gain fat in the abdomen. Men between the ages of 30 thru 70 don’t gain weight, but women’s mass shrinks by 30% and the fat expand by 50%. Women, as they age mainly, accumulate fat on their hips and as menopause starts, the belly rolls begin.

These changes aren’t part of the aging process, but a threat to health and longevity, according to gerontologist. First, the amount of aerobic power is directly connected to the amount of LBM. Second, this shrinkage of the vital organs means that they cannot do their jobs as well, whether it is the heart pumping, the muscles lifting, or the kidneys clearing metabolic wastes from the blood. Third, as the abdominal fat rises, so does the risk for heart attack, hypertension, and diabetes.

In one study by St. Thomas’ Hospital in London, of 24 adults with Human Growth Hormone (HGH) deficiency, half the group was put on Human Growth Hormone Levels and the other half was given a placebo. At the end of the six-month period, the hormone treated group had no change in weight. But they had lost an average of 12.5 pounds of fat and gained an average of 12.1 pounds of lean body mass, which is mostly muscle. The increase in their lean body mass was 10.8%. The bodies became sleeker and more tapered, as shown by the significant decrease in their waist to hip ratio. Although this study was conducted on patients with pituitary diseases, the researchers note that recombinant Human Growth Hormone Levels reduces fat mass by about 20%, which suggests that growth hormone has a regulatory effect on fat mass in normal adults.

The fact that Human Growth Hormone was the reason for these changes could clearly be seen when this clinical research stopped giving the Human Growth Hormone. The men’s bodies fast forwarded to old-age. And if that weren’t proof enough, consider the fate of the untreated controls. At the same time that the treated man was morphing into younger versions of themselves, the untreated control group was careening downhill, their lean body mass and organs shrinking by an average of 2.5 – 4.5% a year.

HGH therapy does have a shapeshifting effect on the body. Here at AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, our intention is to structure comprehensive blood panel testing, to help create a personalized program to fit your specific body and its needs. Please fill out our medical history form or contact us directly to speak with one of our wellness advisors who is knowledgeable on hormone replacement therapies. Call today! Begin to take charge of your life and make sure that you are enjoying this existence to the fullest.

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