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.
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