Reverse aging from a cellular level

HGH is one of the most perplexing hormones in the human body, and replacement therapy should only be considered with the help of a licensed physician.

by Dr. Paul Stallone — 

Have you noticed a decrease in your energy or changes in your physical and/or mental health? Many times it may be a result of your human growth hormone levels (also known and commonly referred to as HGH) dropping dramatically. If you are over the age of 30 and would like to delay or reverse the effects of aging, improve your quality of life, develop a more youthful physical appearance, decrease repair time or enhance your sex life, then HGH therapy may be the answer to your prayers. It can bring your body back to the way it operated when you were in your prime.

HGH is one of the most perplexing hormones in the human body, and replacement therapy should only be considered with the help of a licensed physician.

HGH is a complex peptide hormone produced 100 percent naturally in the pea-sized pituitary gland, which is located at the base of the brain. This hormone is released throughout your lifetime to promote tissue growth, repair and regeneration. HGH is one of the master hormones controlling many organs and body functions and is directly responsible for brain function, cell growth, physical and mental health, bone and muscle strength, and energy and metabolism.

HGH production slowly decreases after the teen years, then drops significantly around the age of 30 in both men and women. As these levels decline, the aging process begins, causing muscle mass to decrease. Damage caused by aging accelerates. By properly increasing HGH levels, muscle mass can be increased and many of the effects of aging can be slowed and/or even reversed. HGH therapy promotes the natural production and release of the hormone with ingredients proven to stimulate the body’s natural HGH production within the pituitary gland. Hundreds of studies have been done on the controlled administration of HGH in adults, and it has been shown to have the following effects:

  • Decreased aging of skin, cellulite, progression of cardiovascular disease and wrinkle formation.
  • Enhanced alertness, concentration and memory; hair growth and color restoration; libido (return of sexual drive, potency and pleasure); and a sense of well-being.
  • Skin becomes agile and thicker; wounds healed faster; eyesight is sharper; the immune system is supported; and sleep is improved.

HGH has been shown to increase the ability to lose weight (without diet or exercise), as well as enhancing injury recovery, muscle mass, bone density and calcium retention (for bone health), cardiac output, disease resistance, energy and stamina. It also has lowered blood pressure and cholesterol profiles, restored essential organs (kidney, heart and liver) and stimulated the growth of all internal organs (excluding the brain).

While HGH therapy can be beneficial, it is also extremely important to be monitored by a physician during treatment. Testing needs to be completed before an appropriate treatment plan and dosage recommendation can be calculated specifically for you. As the natural process of aging begins, numerous functions start to decrease; however, today people are working and playing harder and longer. This can create frustration that their bodies are not working like they  did in their younger years, and things they use to enjoy no longer offer as much pleasure.

Consider turning back the hands of time with HGH therapy and take control of your life. Stop covering up symptoms and making excuses; do not let your body hold you back.

 

Paul Stallone, N.M.D., founded the Arizona Integrative Medical Center in Scottsdale, Ariz. He combines natural, alternative and conventional treatments to best fit each individual patient’s needs. www.drstallone.com or 480-214-3922.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 29, Number 6, Dec 2010/Jan 2011.

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