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January 27, 2016 by Joseph Fermin 1 Comment

What Are the Causes of Low Human Growth Hormone? 0 (0)

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.

HGH Therapy Information

January 27, 2016 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

What Are the Causes of Low Growth Hormone? 0 (0)

What Are the Causes of
Low Growth Hormone?

The causes of low 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 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 Growth Hormone production, be it externally caused or a birth condition:

  • A lack of human 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 HGH is due to an injury to the pituitary gland.
  • A lack of human growth hormone can appear either in childhood or in adulthood.
  • People born with pituitary gland issues or low 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 of low Growth Hormone production in their youth, then the potentiality of you experiencing issues of low 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 Human Growth Hormone can help determine the best course of action for the quickest recuperation and best results.

We can help you test for your Human 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.

HGH Therapy Information

August 27, 2015 by Joseph Fermin 0 Comments

Do you Know You Hormone Levels? Weight Gain 0 (0)

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.

**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.

HGH Therapy Information