HGH Replacement, HGH Hormone Replacement
The idea behind Real Injectable Growth Hormone replacement is that as we get older, the amount of Human Growth Hormone in our body decreases and by replacing Real Injectable Growth Hormone to more youthful levels, we can regain health, wellness and vitality.
There is an old adage that states youth is wasted on the young.
It is important to reiterate that Real Injectable Growth Hormone will decline in everyone as they age!
To Quote Dr. Edward M. Lichten, M.D.,P.C.
In those who have no pituitary function, there is a shift in body composition whereby body fat increases by 7-25% while lean body mass decreases similarly. Muscle strength and muscle mass are noticeably reduced. Bone density studies indicate long bone density and spinal bone density decrease as significantly as if the individual had aged 15 years. Pronounced weight gain of 30-50 pounds occur when Real Injectable Growth Hormone wanes. Furthermore, there are negative effects on cholesterol; triglyceride levels increase while high density cholesterol (HDL), a ‘good cholesterol’, decreases. Increased risk of cardiovascular disease may be related to vascular wall thickening and changes associated with decreased cardiac output. Such insufficiencies may contribute to these people reporting a rapid decline in exercise capacity and early deaths from heart disease. They also report an impaired sense of well-being and symptoms of fatigue, social isolation, depression and a lack of the ability to concentrate.
New Hope for Growth Hormone Deficiency:
F.D.A. Approves Real Injectable Growth Hormone for Adult Use!
Recombinant human growth hormone has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for adult men and women in the treatment of hypopituitarism and somatotropin deficiency. If one suffers with hypopituitarism, Real Injectable Growth Hormone therapy is available as normally payable under an insurance policy … Based on the literature and our experience with Real Injectable Growth Hormone replacement, the positive changes noted may also apply to individuals with low growth hormone levels. The term used is somatotropin deficiency syndrome.
HGH Replacement Therapy