Extend Your Body’s Peak Mental & Physical Performance With The “Master Hormone” HGH
It’s not just for men; Human Growth Hormone (or “HGH”) is a vital component of every woman’s lasting HEALTH, HAPPINESS, AND VITALITY .Most people have at least heard of Human Growth Hormone or “HGH,” but you may not realize what HGH is already doing in your body right now. HGH stimulates the liver to produce vital compounds called somatomedins, which promote healthy growth at a cellular level all throughout your body. The hormone also stimulates growth of muscle and bones, healing and tissue repair—it even facilitates healthy brain function! Unfortunately, healthy HGH production doesn’t last forever … In today’s medicine, we continue to strive to improve hormonal imbalances. Woman experience symptoms from PMS, menopause, fatigue, and weight gain. There are several key hormones that play a role in Hormone Replacement Therapy. The most common hormones are estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, growth hormone, thyroid and DHEA.
Aging, HGH, And Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency (AGHD)
Often referred to as the “master” hormone or the “longevity” hormone, HGH is a protein-based hormone produced by the body’s pituitary gland. When it’s produced at the correct levels, HGH can help support healthy metabolism, physical performance, and mental clarity. But over the years—as we age—our body’s produce less and less of this vital compound This process begins as early as the 20s when HGH production begins to drop by 10-20% every decade. By the time a woman reaches 50, HGH production is down by 80% from what was produced in early adulthood. And one decade later (by the age of sixty) a woman barely produces any HGH at all. Once a woman reaches this later stage, she may be diagnosed with Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency or AGHD.
Common symptoms of AGHD include:
• Reduced libido,
• Weight gain,
• Fatigue and energy loss,
• Weakness in muscles,
• Irregular sleep cycles
In addition to physiological symptoms, there may be psychological signs of AGHD, including
• Isolation from others,
• Anxiety and depression,
• Loss of interest in activities.
These symptoms can directly impact a woman’s quality of life in the later years. Fortunately, there are ways to treat AGHD to help men restore their youthful vitality and function.