UNDERSTANDING THYROID FUNCTION AND DIAGNOSING THYROID ISSUES
Written by , Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D.
Published on 10 February 2021
The Thyroid Gland is a tiny organ located just beneath the Adam's Apple. Despite its diminutive size and butterfly-like shape, it has a powerful effect on human health and physiology. A healthy thyroid is one of the keys to unlocking full vitality. Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the Thyroid gland is under-active, and it's a common condition that impacts the lives of around 20 million people in the United States. Hypothyroidism is prevalent, but it is also distressingly under-diagnosed. It's estimated that approximately 60% of people with Hypothyroidism don't even know it!
What Does the Thyroid Do?
The Thyroid Gland manages the distribution of energy to meet the human body's disparate needs. The Thyroid is essentially the control center for metabolism. That means that if the Thyroid goes haywire, it can affect pretty much every system in the human body.
The thyroid gland is most well-known for its effects on metabolism and thermoregulation, but it's also imperative to several other aspects of human function. It promotes good vision, strength, and fertility. It also maintains the muscles and promotes healthy psychological and cognitive function. Even your nails and skin benefit from a functional Thyroid. Because the Thyroid's effects are so important and so widespread, it can often make accurate diagnosis of Thyroid Problems a challenge.
What Are Some Signs That I Should Have My Thyroid Checked?
Thyroid Issues are hard to pinpoint because there is no checklist of symptoms set-in-stone that every patient will experience. Some people may display small signs of Thyroid Imbalance, such as a disrupted sleep cycle, the onset of anxiety/depression, or slight changes in baseline metabolism/body temperature. Other people may experience more severe symptoms such as sudden and dramatic changes in blood pressure/blood sugar that can be very dangerous.
If you've noticed recent changes in your mental, cardiovascular, or neurological health, this could be a sign of Thyroid Issues. Tough-to-treat anxiety and depression are very common signs of Thyroid Problems. If you think you may have Thyroid Problems, even if you notice very few symptoms, you should get yourself checked out. Most patients only experience a small set of symptoms that they can perceive, and other symptoms are diagnosed by a doctor.
Hypothyroidism vs. Hyperthyroidism
As previously mentioned, the most common form of Thyroid Disorder is Hypothyroidism. This condition suppresses metabolic activity in various ways system-wide. It slows down body and mind, decreasing your ability to initiate and sustain increased activity levels. It also slows down healing and regeneration, suppresses heart rate, limits cognitive capacity, and reduces the rate at which various organ systems operate. While severe Hypothyroidism becomes easier to diagnose, early signs can appear relatively mild, even if your health and vitality would benefit greatly from treatment.
Hyperthyroidism, on the other hand, is a condition in which your Thyroid is signaling for too much activity. While not nearly as common as Hypothyroidism, both conditions are very dangerous to your long-term health if the they reach a certain level of severity. Some of the more noticeable hyperthyroidism symptoms include racing mind, rapid heartbeat, anxiety, diarrhea, increased appetite, and unexplained weight loss.
Getting Appropriate Treatment for Thyroid Issues
One issue with Thyroid Treatment in the United States is that you may have to go to a Hormone Specialist or reach out for a second opinion to get the treatment that you need. Sleep cycles, heart rate, blood pressure, and cholesterol all provide strong evidence for diagnosis and treatment. While Thyroid Hormone Treatments are very effective and have a very low risk of significant side-effects, some doctors may be more reluctant to sign off on Thyroid Hormone Testing than others.
The medical professionals associated with the American College of Endocrinology believe that all patients that suspect Thyroid Issues should get tested for Thyroid Disorders. Early testing and diagnosis can save a lot of headaches later on. While doctors try to work in your best interest, if you firmly believe that Thyroid Insufficiency or Hyperthyroidism is having a negative impact on your life, make the active effort to ensure you get the treatment that you deserve.
HGH TREATMENT FOR FATTY LIVER DISEASE ON THE HORIZON
Written by , Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D.
Published on 14 November 2020
Bio-Identical HGH Therapy may be a potent option for patients struggling with NAFLD (Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease) associated with obesity in the near future. A small pilot study was conducted by Dr. Takara Stanley and research partners and was published in the medical journal Clinical Endocrinology. While this research is in its preliminary phases, the potential is real.
Liver Disease is a growing problem in the United States, owing not only to alcohol and addiction but to obesity. NAFLD is one of the most diagnosed forms of Liver Disease. As the condition increases in severity, it progresses into a condition known as NASH (Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis).
What Causes Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease?
NAFLD is inflammation caused by the accumulation of liver fat. While alcoholism can lead to Fatty Liver Disease, NAFLD specifically refers to Fatty Liver Disease not caused by the abuse of alcohol. This condition causes cirrhosis, the buildup of scar tissue, and, eventually, liver cancer.
A growing body of research suggests that NAFLD is strongly correlated with diabetes and obesity, which leads to metabolic syndrome. Other symptoms of metabolic syndrome include obesity centered around the midsection, high blood sugar, elevated blood pressure, increased triglycerides, and high cholesterol.
How Can Human Growth Hormone Treatments Help Patients With Liver Complications?
Many studies have shown that HGH Therapy is very effective at increasing the rate of Liver Regeneration. As of today, there are no FDA-Approved Medical Treatments for NAFLD, leaving doctors to merely recommend exercise, weight loss, and lifestyle changes. While these holistic options provide benefits to patients, it's critical to find effective treatments to improve the lives of these patients and combat NAFLD/NASH.
Human Growth Hormone plays an important role in metabolismIt helps free energy from fat cells for use by the body. Much of the heavy work associated with Growth and Metabolism is associated with IGF-1 and other Growth Factors/Hormones released in the HGH Hormone Cascade. There is some evidence that diminished HGH Production is one of the contributing factors which lead to obesity.
For this study, 24 patients were selected for evaluation (11 males/13 females). 18 patients completed the course, and none left due to side-effects. All patients were clinically obese, with a minimum 5% hepatic fat fraction (11% average). Experimental patients received Norditropin HGH Injections, while the control group received no medical intervention.
Researchers discovered that patients taking Growth Hormone Therapy experienced a 36% reduction in liver fat, whereas control patients only saw a decrease of 3.6%. If Liver Fat falls below 5%, Steatosis is considered resolved. 5 of 9 patients in the experimental group surpassed this goal, whereas only a single untreated patient reached the same outcome.
Other Benefits of HGH for Fatty Liver Disease
HGH Patients also experienced lower levels of several liver enzymes associated with liver damage and inflammation. Beyond that, Growth Hormone Injections led to improvements in lean muscle mass, body fat, and BMI. IGF-1 Levels rose to healthy levels and did not increase C-reactive protein, and did not impact blood sugar/fat.
While future study is necessary, the results are favorable, in line with similar research in both human and animal models.
MARK CUBAN ADVOCATES FOR HGH AS A REHAB AND RECOVERY TOOL
Written by , Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D.
Published on 21 June 2020
Professional sports is big business. Team owners are interested in protecting their assets and providing for the best chance for their athletes to succeed. In the past, there have been widespread issues with players abusing Performance Enhancing Drugs to maximize results. Many drugs have been used illicitly for these purposes, including Steroids, Testosterone, and Human Growth Hormone
Other PEDs Likely Offer Critical Benefits
As we learn more about the vast benefits of
these Hormone Therapy Treatments, it becomes incredibly clear that PEDs are no
longer a black-and-white issue, and there are nuances at play. If drugs like
Human Growth Hormone are blanket-banned, it prevents athletes from the enormous
benefits offered by these treatments when used as a mechanism for healing and
Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks,
is one of the central voices advocating for a revaluation of the manner in
which we think about treatments long associated with Performance Enhancement.
As we learn more about how Growth Hormone works, it becomes clear that HGH
Injection Therapy offers benefits that may be critical to protecting players
from the wear-and-tear of a professional athletic career.
Cuban's Michigan State HGH Study
Cuban was so intrigued by the potential
benefits of Human Growth Hormone that he commissioned a study to reveal its
potential. A recent study produced by researchers from the University of
Michigan provides compelling evidence that HGH Treatments may facilitate
improved recovery from ACL surgery, one of the most common major injuries that
college/professional athletes experience.
In this study, patients were injected with
Bio-Identical Human Growth Hormone as part of their Rehabilitation protocol.
When compared to placebo, they found that athletes that were prescribed HGH had
significantly stronger knee joints than participants that received a placebo.
This change in strength was not due to a difference in muscle mass, but the
strength of the joint itself.
Those that took Growth Hormone Shots had 29%
stronger knee-extension capacity than their counterparts. It's hypothesized
that knee strength rebounds more quickly and completely because HGH invigorates
the process, which restores cartilage, allowing the joint to withstand greater
HGH ACL Research Spur Mark Cuban to Voice His Opinion
Mark Cuban took these results and was quick to
advocate for further research. He is confident that HGH Therapy provides an
opportunity for players to heal faster and get back to living their dreams.
It's also critical to recognize that regular people and amateur athletes
frequently experience these same injuries. Cuban understands that there is an
innate difference in using HGH to heal and recover from injury and using it
chronically to gain an unfair advantage versus competition. Both Mark Cuban and
the researchers suggest adding a Therapeutic Use Exemption for the fair medical
use of PEDs.
Human Growth Hormone has the potential to be a
powerful tool in the arsenal of doctors, therapists, and personal trainers that
help patients recover from injuries that interrupt the rhythm of day-to-day
life. It's almost certain that HGH Injection Therapy will be used for a wider
range of medical issues, to the benefit of patients across the country.
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