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Hormone Replacement Therapy
Side Effects of HGH
Dangers and Potential Side Effects of Growth Hormone Abuse
Although HGH Hormone Replacement
Therapy is a perfectly viable and suitable medical treatment for
patients that suffer from Human Growth Hormone Deficiency, HGH
Injections have the potential to produce significant medical
complications when abused by healthy patients. There are a number of
side-effects associated with the abuse of Growth Hormone Shots. We
will discuss some of the most common symptoms below.
Symptoms of HGH Abuse
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and GH
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is one of the
most significant side-effects of HGH Abuse. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is
a medical disorder which primarily effects the joints of the hands
and wrists, limiting movement and sometimes leading to painful
sensations associated with moving the joints. This disorder can also
lead to numbness, tingling or burning.
CTS is the result of any medical
issue which limits the ability of the median nerve to pass through
the carpal tunnel of the wrist and send and receive messages to and
from the wrist and the hand. Human Growth Hormone Abuse has the
capability to cause Carpal Tunnel Syndrome because of the manner by
which the Abuse of HGH affects the bone structures which surround the
median nerve as it passes through the wrist.
Although HGH Hormone Replacement
Therapy provides immense benefits regarding bone and cartilage
health, the same physiological changes which take place that are
beneficial at healthy doses in deficient patients can be damaging
over the course of long term abuse. Rather than simply encouraging
the healthy development of cartilage and bone, Growth Hormone Abuse
causes cartilage and bone to grow abnormally.
The wrists are one of the most
affected areas in regard to these physiological changes. Cartilage
and bone increase in size in the wrists, adding increased pressure to
the median nerve, leading to increased pain and discomfort in the
hands and wrists which can eventually lead to permanent disability
In the case of Human Growth Hormone
Abuse, if this disorder is recognized and treated quickly enough, it
is possible to reverse the effects of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome by
ceasing HGH Overdose. On the other hand, if Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
has grown so severe that the median nerve is actually physically
damaged, there is greatly reduced opportunity for recovery.
If you begin to feel numbness in the
hands as a result of GH Abuse, this could be the beginning of a
debilitating medical condition and it is imperative that you stop
taking HGH and begin treatment.
Arthritis and HGH Overdose
Arthritis is a disorder of the
skeletal system that leads to pain and inflammation of the joints.
Arthritis and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome are similar yet distinct
disorders which often occur at the same time. The same medical issues
which cause Carpal Tunnel Syndrome also reduce the flexibility and
increase the pain associated with a normal and full range of
In extreme cases, inflammation and
swelling associated with arthritis can also cause the bones of the
hands and feet to be painfully forced out of position in potentially
disfiguring ways. Human Growth Hormone Abuse has the potential to
cause Arthritis for the same reason that long-term HGH Overdose leads
to Carpal Tunnel Syndrome; The abuse of Human Growth Hormone causes
the bones and cartilage to grow abnormally, increasing the appearance
of malformations at particular joints throughout the body which can
cause pain and hinder natural range of movement.
Minor Arthritis in many cases can be
reversible, but the more severe the arthritis, the fewer treatment
options available. If you are Abusing HGH and experience symptoms of
Arthritis, stop taking the injections immediately and visit a doctor.
HGH and Edema
Edema is a medical disorder which
results in the accumulation of fluids in cavities located throughout
the body, especially nearer to the extremities. The hands, feet, and
lower legs are areas which are particularly prone to edema, although
it can effect other parts of the body, including individual organs.
Human Growth Hormone Abuse encourages
the development of Edema because HGH Overdose causes the body to
produce too much interstitial fluid, increasing the build up of
liquid throughout the body. This is another case of too much a good
thing in regard to Human Growth Hormone. Restoring healthy Human
Growth Hormone levels increases extracellular and intracellular fluid
levels, increasing the fullness and optimal function of the skin and
other organs, but too much HGH leads to too much fluid.
Edema has been shown to more or less
completely dissipate when Human Growth Hormone Abuse is suspended,
making it one of the least dangerous long term symptoms, although the
disorder can lead to a number of short term complications.
Human Growth Hormone and Water
Water Retention is a symptom of Human
Growth Hormone Abuse which is related to Edema, but the two medical
issues are unique to one another, even though they share a number of
similarities. Water Retention is just as it sounds, the body tends to
draw in extra water as a result of the Abuse of Human Growth Hormone.
Edema is a form of water retention,
but water retention also occurs in the muscles and joints as well.
Water retention is one reason why muscles grow in size as a result of
the use of Human Growth Hormone abuse, which most patients find
appealing, but going overboard with HGH Injections causes the body to
store too much water, far more than it actually needs.
Water retention persists as a result
of Long Term Growth Hormone Abuse until an individual makes the
decision to suspend their abuse. After this point, water retention
subsides and the body returns to normal in regard to this symptom.
Some individuals that choose to abuse
Human Growth Hormone take diuretics or utilize other methods such as
avoiding salt in order to alleviate or eliminate the symptoms of
water retention while still Abusing HGH.
HGH and Joint Pain
Individuals that choose to abuse
Human Growth Hormone often end up dealing with joint pain as a result
of their decision. HGH Abuse can lead to joint pain for a number of
reasons, some of which are interconnected.
One of the primary causes of joint
pain is the result of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Nerve pressure and
nerve damage can lead to pain, numbness, and burning in the wrists
and hands. Joint pain can also arise from edema and water retention,
because excess fluid levels around the joints can apply unnatural
pressure upon them and prevent them from working as smoothly and
properly as they should.
Arthritis, Acromegaly, and Gigantism
can also greatly contribute to joint pain, because any inflammation
or malformation of the bones or around the joints can greatly
increase the risk of experiencing pain in the hands and feet, along
with other joints such as the elbows and knees.
Joint pain caused by long term Growth
Hormone Overdose is reversible in the majority of cases, mostly
dependent upon the severity of the individual case. If you begin to
experience pain as a result of the use of the abuse of HGH, we urge
you to suspend your Growth Hormone Injections and see a physician
before long term damage results.
Gigantism and Early HGH Abuse
Gigantism is a serious symptom of HGH
Injection Abuse which generally begins to take place after an
extended period of overdose in younger patients that have not yet
completed their growth spurt. Gigantism is a disorder which affects
the skeletal system which causes the bones to grow abnormally as a
result of Growth Hormone Overdose or other serious medical issues.
Gigantism, when left untreated,
causes young patients to grow abnormally large in size. This size is
often disproportional to normal human beings, and the increase in the
size of the muscles and bones puts an increased strain upon the vital
organs of the body.
Human Growth Hormone is illegal for
use in patients under the age of thirty except in the case of young
patients going through puberty that suffer from a severe HGH
Deficiency which prevents them from growing to their normal Final
Gigantism is an irreversible
disorder, because of the way that it directly impacts the cycle of
puberty. For this reason, it is of the utmost importance to realize
that patients under the age of twenty should not consider using Human
Growth Hormone for any purpose whatsoever, unless they have been
specifically encouraged to by a health professional in the case of a
serious deficiency of HGH.
Although Gigantism is irreversible,
in the case of Growth Hormone Abuse, the disorder stops progressing
as soon as GH Abuse has been suspended.
Acromegaly and HGH
Acromegaly is a medical disorder that
is similar physiologically to gigantism, although the manifest
symptoms are quite different. Acromegaly is a disorder in which the
bones of the hands, feet, and face grow beyond their normal size and
shape in response to severe hormonal imbalances, especially regarding
Growth Hormone. Individuals that choose to abuse HGH for an extended
period of time are at a high risk of developing symptoms of
Gigantism can only occur until the
end of puberty because structures known as epiphyseal plates cap the
bones at the end of puberty, preventing a young person from growing
any taller. After the epiphyseal plates close, the bones can still
grow in overall shape, they just cannot grow longer.
In adults who choose to engage in
severe Growth Hormone Abuse for an extended period of time, HGH
overdose can actually warp the size and shape of of the hands, feet,
and face. The face tends to grow more squared, and the bones of the
cheeks, jaw, and forehead begin to grow outward, making a person take
on characteristics which are commonly referred to as
In cases of mild to moderate
acromegaly, the symptoms can sometimes be reversed, especially if
physiological changes are not severe. Even for patients with
moderate-to-severe acromegaly, the symptoms can be mitigated even if
they are not completely eradicated. Acromegaly is one of the most
severe symptoms of Adult Growth Hormone Abuse, because Acromegaly has
a severe impact on long-term mortality, especially if left untreated.
Diabetes and HGH Abuse
Legitimate Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy can streamline
and improve metabolic health, the abuse of HGH Injections can
actually hinder the body's ability to properly process sugars and
other energy sources. This is because both Insulin and Human Growth
Hormone play component parts in the maintenance of proper metabolism
and energy production.
is a hormone produced by the pancreas which regulates the breakdown
and composition of glucose in the blood stream. In the case of
Diabetes, the body begins to develop a resistance to the Insulin
hormone which then prevents the body from properly breaking down
glucose in the blood stream, causing a number of significant medical
issues which increase overall mortality risk.
Growth Hormone affects metabolism because soon after HGH is released
by the pituitary gland or injected into the body, it cycles directly
to the liver where Growth Hormone is converted into a hormone known
as Insulin-like Growth Factor One. IGF-1 is responsible for a process
known as lipid metabolism, whereas Insulin is responsible for glucose
metabolism. The IGF-1 molecule binds to adipose fat deposits
throughout the body, releasing stores of fat in order to increase
metabolism and available energy within the body.
Hyperglycemia and HGH
Human Growth Hormone Abuse can lead to symptoms of Type-2 Diabetes
because HGH Overdose can stimulate a condition known as
hyperglycemia, otherwise known as high blood sugar. Taking too much
HGH can cause hyperglycemia because the breakdown of adipose fat
deposits directly lead to an increase in available blood sugar which
causes the body to increase insulin production.
pancreas is overstimulated for too long, the pancreatic cells begin
to become overworked and the organ may slow down the production of
insulin, causing symptoms of diabetes to occur. These symptoms are
not associated with the healthy use of HGH Hormone Replacement
Therapy for Growth Hormone Deficiency, and are generally only
associated with the abuse of the hormone for physical gain.
I Think I have an HGH Deficiency.
Should These Symptoms Deter Me from Treatment?
Although these symptoms may be a
strong cause for concern, these symptoms only generally occur when
individuals abuse Human Growth Hormone Injections over an extended
period of time. In addition to this, patients who tend to experience
these symptoms also tend to take a much higher dose of the hormone
than is generally recommended for therapeutic use. The normal dose of
HGH Hormone Therapy is about 1-2 units per day, whereas patients that
choose to abuse Growth Hormone for physical gain tend to take far
more than that.
If you are over the age of 30 and are
thinking about the use of Human Growth Hormone as a treatment for HGH
Deficiency, we understand your concern. Although the potential
side-effects of HGH Abuse can be rather severe in some cases, the
ultimate goal of Bio-Identical Human Growth Hormone Replacement
Therapy is not to purposefully provide you with more Growth Hormone
than your body needs.
Growth Hormone HRT works by restoring
your body's natural hormonal balance by restoring your internal HGH
levels to a value which is similar to that which you experienced when
you were in the prime of your life. By restoring flagging hormone
levels, it is possible to slow down or even prevent some of the
negative aspects of the aging process.
Only Use HGH with a Legitimate
Prescription and Diagnosis
It is important to engage in
Physician-Mediated HGH Injection Therapy rather than attempting to
self treat and self diagnose not only because of the legal issues
surrounding Non-Prescription Growth Hormone Shots, but because it is
important to work with a trained medical professional in order to
maximize the benefits and minimize the potential costs of Growth
By engaging in a proactive form of
HGH Treatment with the help of a physician, you can not only closely
monitor your internal hormone balance, but you can also talk to your
doctor immediately in the case any minor side effects do occur. By
remaining vigilant and using HGH Therapy intelligently, it is
possible to eliminate the majority of the risk associated with Human
Growth Hormone Supplementation.
Who Should Avoid HGH
Patients with Active Tumors or
Individuals who are actively
suffering from cancer should avoid the use of HGH. Growth Hormone
provides its immense potential benefits largely through increasing
the rate at which healthy cell division takes place, while also
stimulating general metabolism. Although for most patients this is a
very good thing, for patients that are suffering from cancer, there
is cause for concern that HGH Therapy, and especially Growth Hormone
Abuse, may lead to the further propagation of cancer cells.
The evidence regarding this is not
definitive, but the causal link is strong enough to where both
patients and physicians should act with caution in order to ensure
the health of the patient. The correlation between HGH Shots and
Cancer Growth is most highly correlated with cancers of the
reproductive system, such as prostate and ovarian cancer.
HGH speeds up the rate that cell
regeneration occurs, which is the reason that the therapy is so
beneficial to aging men and women. Human Growth Hormone Replacement
Therapy is meant to increase quality of life and improve long-term
health outcomes by stimulating youthful physiological HGH levels.
Patients with a Significant Family
History of Cancer
Patients with a strong history of
cancer within their family should be incredibly cautious about the
use of HGH Hormone Injection Treatments. To this date there is little
to no evidence that correlates Human Growth Hormone Treatments with
the development of cancer, but patients that have an incredibly high
risk of cancer will often wish to forgo treatment because of the
negative health outcomes potentially associated with HGH and cancer.
Be very open with your Health and
Wellness Physician about your family history regarding any health
issues that you may be prone to as a result of your heritage, so that
you can help your Anti-Aging Physician ensure that you receive the
best treatment options available to you.
In Any Case, Be Proactive with
Your Health When Taking HGH
If you do decide to use HGH
Replacement Therapy even though you have a family history of cancer,
it is important to remain incredibly vigilant about your overall
health and maintain awareness over any changes, positive or negative,
which take place in your body. Visit your general physician regularly
and if you suffer from any abnormal negative symptoms, be sure to
speak to a doctor as soon as possible.
One benefit to Doctor-Monitored
Growth Hormone HRT is that patients that are more in tune with their
bodies are more prone to taking preventative measures to prevent
cancer and other negative health conditions. In addition to this,
patients who utilize these therapies tend to have a closer and more
open relationship with their doctor, which can help patients
recognize any major health complications early, when treatment
options are most effective, whether the issue has anything to do with
their decision to undergo HGH Replacement Treatments.
HGH Abuse and Pituitary Function
Human Growth Hormone Abuse also
potentially has a negative impact on the function of the pituitary
gland. The pituitary is the organ responsible for the production of
HGH. Small structures known as somatotrophs, located on the anterior
pituitary gland, secrete Human Growth Hormone in response to
stimulation by Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone produced by the
Hypothalamus, which travels to the pituitary via a pathway known as
the hypophyseal portal system.
The Abuse of Human Growth Hormone has
the capability of hindering the brain's ability to produce sufficient
levels of vital endogenous HGH. The brain as well as the body are
equipped with negative bio-feedback mechanisms in order to ensure
that the hormones produced by the body remain in proper balance.
Hormonal homeostasis is a very delicate balance which can be
disrupted rather easily.
Hormone Testing Necessary to
Ensure Proper HGH HRT Dosage
This is why HGH Hormone Replacement
Injections are provided only after proper medical evaluation and
blood testing. If the body is inundated with HGH as a result of
frequent overdoses of the hormone, then human cells known as
somatostatins become overly dominant, repressing the activity of the
pituitary. Somatostatins are the body's primary means of slowing the
release of Human Growth Hormone by the pituitary. These cells latch
onto GH-RH receptor sites on the pituitary gland, significantly
slowing down the rate of natural Growth Hormone Release.
Although Growth Hormone Deficiency
occurs universally as a result of biological processes that we are
just beginning to more fully understand, the pituitary gland is
capable of producing ample Biological Human Growth Hormone throughout
the lifespan, even as the body naturally produces less and less of
of HGH Deficiency
The abuse of Human Growth Hormone,
especially over long periods of time, has the capability to
significantly repress the activity of the pituitary, causing the body
to express more severe symptoms of HGH Deficiency at an earlier age
after Human Growth Hormone Abuse has been suspended. The extent of
that suppression is the result of a number of different factors,
Individual Lifestyle -
Individual health choices have a major impact on the severity of HGH
Deficiency. Patients who maintain a healthy and active lifestyle are
likely to have less severe issues after the abuse of HGH and are less
likely than those who live a more sedentary lifestyle to suffer from
severe issues regarding Hormone Deficiency. Healthy diet and
nutrition are also important for the same reasons. Negative health
choices like smoking or poor sleeping habits can also put an immense
strain on the body's ability to produce healthy levels of HGH,
especially after a long period of abuse.
Length of Abuse - The longer
that a healthy individual abuses Human Growth Hormone, the more
severe the disruption to endogenous HGH production. When an
individual engages in Long Term Human Growth Hormone Abuse, the body
starts to build a tolerance to the hormone. The longer the period of
abuse is, the stronger the body's resistance to HGH becomes. The
pituitary becomes less likely to release HGH on its own and
individual receptor sites throughout the body start to need higher
levels of HGH in order to function as well.
Severity of Abuse - As was
mentioned earlier, Human Growth Hormone, when used in order to treat
legitimate HGH Deficiency, is delivered in relatively small amounts
in order to more appropriately mimic the body's natural release of
the hormone. The human body is designed to function optimally when
receiving a very particular and narrow range of Growth Hormone. Too
much, and the body reacts negatively and the side effects of abuse
begin to manifest. Too little, and the body no longer has the
capability to sustain itself, and the body starts to succumb to the
natural symptoms of the aging process at an increased rate. This is
why Human Growth Hormone should only be prescribed and recommended by
a qualified physician.
Personal Biochemistry - Every
human being is different, and the way that the human body responds to
Long Term HGH Overdosing depends up individual physiological
composition. Some patients may recover quicker than others. Other
patients may experience far fewer side-effects than others.
Although HGH Abuse is associated with
decreased pituitary function, Human Growth Hormone Replacement
Therapy used as a means to treat legitimate Growth Hormone Deficiency
has been shown in many cases to actually increase the health and
overall function of the pituitary gland.
Therapy: Alternative to HGH
For patients who are concerned with
maintaining healthy pituitary function, Sermorelin Acetate Therapy
may be the best choice for those interested in the benefits that HGH
provides while also ensuring proper pituitary somatotroph function.
Human Growth Hormone HRT works because it treats the central symptom
of age related HGH Hormone decline.
Growth Hormone Injections supply the
body with Human Growth Hormone in order to restore internal HGH
Levels to a healthier state. Sermorelin Acetate works in a different
manner. Sermorelin Acetate is not a replacement for Human Growth
Hormone, it is a replacement for a hormone released by the
hypothalamus known as Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone. The human
pituitary gland remains healthy throughout the lives of the vast
majority of healthy adults. Sermorelin Acetate takes advantage of
this physiological fact by stimulating the direct production of
endogenous Human Growth Hormone.
This means that all of the HGH
produced by Sermorelin Acetate is actually secreted by the patient's
own pituitary gland. For patients that are extremely wary of even the
potential for Human Growth Hormone overdose, Sermorelin Acetate is a
natural way to boost Growth Hormone levels with absolutely no risk of
overdose. This is because the human brain and body have natural
mechanisms which prevent the body from producing too much of its own
With regard to HGH Injections, the
body has no means to mitigate the cascade of Human Growth Hormone
that enters the body, especially in the case of HGH overdose and HGH
abuse. Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy, when used in
accordance with a doctor's advice, is an incredibly safe and
effective means to treat HGH Deficiency, but dependent upon your age
and the severity of your condition, your doctor may decide that
Sermorelin Acetate is a better option for your unique case.
How to Avoid the Side
Effects of HGH Abuse
Although the symptoms of Human Growth
Hormone Abuse are well-documented, it is very easy to avoid almost
all of these potentially harmful symptoms.
Know Your Body
Before engaging in Human Growth
Hormone Replacement Therapy, your physician will ideally arrange for
blood testing. Your blood sample will undergo a Full Hormone Panel in
which the blood is tested for a number if different hormones, as well
as nutrient composition, cholesterol, and other aspects which impact
your overall health.
By subjecting your blood sample to
these various diagnostic tests, both you and your physician will more
fully understand your own unique and personal needs not only for
Hormone Replacement, but for general health improvement as well. HGH
Hormone Replacement Therapy is not just a series of injections, it is
a multifaceted approach to longevity care which utilizes Growth
Hormone in order to enhance your body in combination with other
natural techniques such as diet and exercise.
Start Slow with HGH
Most likely, your physician will
start you off with a dose closer to one unit per day. Although HGH
Hormone Replacement Therapy generally varies from one to two units
per day, most patients will begin therapy at the lower end of the
spectrum. Patients who exhibit more severe symptoms of Growth Hormone
Deficiency may start off at a slightly higher level. If the body
responds well to the treatment, adjustment of dosage may not be
In the case of individuals with more
severe HGH Deficiency, the dose will remain low at first in order to
acclimate the body to increased levels of Growth Hormone in the body
before adjusting to a level which can more completely impact the
patient's health. By increasing the dosage gradually, the body more
naturally responds to the treatments, minimizing both the risk of
side-effects while also encouraging the body to respond more quickly
Monitor Hormone Levels Regularly
Even after you begin HGH Hormone
Replacement Therapy, you need to continue to monitor your Endogenous
Hormone Levels over time. As you age, your body's hormonal needs
change as well, and it is important to keep track of your body's
status as you continue your therapy. Dependent upon your individual
needs, your doctor may recommend that you change doses, or that you
change therapies in order to improve your response to treatment.
Some patients in their thirties and
forties may be best suited for Sermorelin Acetate Therapy, but as
they grow older may need to adjust to Human Growth Hormone HRT in
order to sustain results, for example. Also, over time it may become
necessary to adjust your health-and-wellness plan in other ways in
order to optimize your treatment and ensure that you live the longest
and healthiest life possible.
Many physicians recommend using
Testosterone Hormone Replacement Therapy in combination with Human
Growth Hormone in order to ensure the most optimal results. Both
hormones have a tendency to decline at very similar rates, and if the
benefits you receive from HGH Replacement Injections are not quite
optimal, this may be because your Deficiency in Testosterone is
creating its own physiological issues.
Low-Dose, High Frequency HGH
Another way that routine HGH Hormone
Replacement Therapy minimizes the risk of side effects is through a
style of administration known as Low-Dose, High Frequency. To a
certain extent, this form of therapy is the foundation of almost
every healthy HGH Injection Routine. Human Growth Hormone Therapy is
less likely to produce side effects when the individual injections
contain less of the important hormone, while still providing an ideal
dose across multiple injections. Bio-Identical Human Growth Hormone
is incredibly potent, and it is vital to only use as much as is
needed to preserve normal function.
One reason that men and women who
abuse HGH experience side effects is because they take large doses
all at once. The body then processes far too much Human Growth
Hormone at one time. This has the ability to increase some physical
results, but also carries a very high price by greatly increasing the
risk of complications as a result of the abuse of the hormone.
Athletes and bodybuilders that use HGH illegally very often use this
method in order to maximize their physical training. The results they
achieve in body sculpting and physical rehabilitation provide
evidence of the potency of the drug, but they take a real risk when
they choose to abuse the hormone.
Spreading out the injection schedule
to at least five times per week allows the HGH Shots to more closely
mimic the body's natural cycle of Growth Hormone Release. The periods
of time at which the pituitary gland secretes the most Human Growth
Hormone is when we sleep and when we engage in vigorous exercise.
This also coincides with the two periods of the day in which doctors
most often recommend to administer Growth Hormone.
By injecting HGH at night, it
amplifies benefits provided by the hormone which occur mostly during
the nighttime hours. This is when the body rehabilitates itself and
prepares for the next day. This is also when the body stores
knowledge, memories, and information acquired over the previous day,
making it a period which becomes more and more important with age.
Injecting Growth Hormone at the same time each day helps the body
maintain a balanced circadian rhythm, improving sleeping habits.
Since HGH levels are at their highest during sleep, Growth Hormone
Injection Therapy helps encourage healthier sleeping patterns,
especially when injected in the evening.
Many patients also take Growth
Hormone injections earlier in the day before they engage in exercise.
During physical activity, HGH primarily acts as fuel, encouraging the
breakdown of adipose fat and cholesterol in order to feed the muscles
the energy that they need to perform. There is ample evidence that
suggests that HGH Shots have the ability to decrease fatigue and
increase energy, allowing you to work out harder and longer.
Although Growth Hormone is not legal
expressly for this use, if you suffer from legitimate Human Growth
Hormone Deficiency, these are benefits that you have the opportunity
to achieve as a direct result of your therapy. The physical benefits
of HGH are still significant even if you make the smart decision not
to abuse the drug. The older that you get and the lower that your
innate Growth Hormone Levels become, the more you will come to
appreciate the benefits of normal and Healthy HGH Rates.
Some patients also choose a low-dose,
high-frequency method that goes even further. Many patients choose to
take two smaller injections daily rather than a larger single
injection. This allows patients to experience benefits from HGH
Hormone Replacement Therapy during two peaks across the day. Patients
who choose this method almost always take a small dose before bed,
but the time at which the initial injection is administered varies
Some patients choose to take their
first Growth Hormone shot just after they wake up, in order to
kick-start their metabolism. Others choose to take that first
injection just before they engage in exercise in order to decrease
fatigue and increase the body's ability to work longer, harder, and
faster. Of course, choosing to exercise right after your morning
injection fulfills both of these desires, and is most frequently the
option that patients who choose this method end up adopting.
Give the Body Time to Rest,
The most common healthy dosing
regimen for Bio-Identical HGH Injections is to take five days on and
take two days off. Spreading the injections out five days per week
prevents the body from being flooded with too much Growth Hormone at
any one period of the week. The reason why it is seen as important to
take two days off per week is because there is medical evidence that
if the body receives too much exogenous HGH too often, then the
pituitary starts to produce even less Human Growth Hormone as a
result. This is a temporary side-effect, but by taking a break from
HGH each week, it keeps the pituitary gland functioning at a higher
capacity, slowing the rate at which benefits subside after a therapy
cycle is complete.
Human Growth Hormone Replacement
Therapy is one of the most promising treatments available today in
regard to health, wellness, and longevity. Avoiding HGH Overdose and
the symptoms of Growth Hormone Abuse should be one of your most
important considerations if you choose to engage in Bio-Identical HGH
Although certain side-effects are
relatively common when Growth Hormone is abused, most patients
experience few to no side effects as a result of treatment, other
than those associated with how the body responds at the injection
site. A small minority of patients may experience slight irritation
or rash as a result of normal injection procedure, but there is no
danger involved in this.
If you do experience those symptoms,
we recommend that you talk to your doctor and adjust your dose. For
nearly one hundred percent of patients, shrinking the dose, or
switching to a two injection per day method completely eradicates
this medical issue. Irritation and rash are generally avoided by
cycling the administration sites in order to not over-agitate one
particular area of the body.
Safe and Effective
Recombinant Human Growth Hormone for HGH Deficiency
Again, we reiterate, HGH Hormone
Injections are a safe and effective method of treating Human Growth
Hormone Deficiency. If you believe that you may be a candidate for
HGH Shots or any other therapy that our clinic provides, we encourage
you to contact us here at the Conscious Evolution Institute today. We
have a staff of fully qualified and highly trained physicians and
specialists that can help you get the treatment you need in order to
extend or restore your health so that you may live a longer and
Conscious Evolution Institute:
Physician-Mediated Hormone Replacement Therapy
The Conscious Evolution Institute
provides Growth Hormone Therapy, Sermorelin Acetate Therapy, and
Testosterone Replacement Therapy, among a number of other treatment
options. The ultimate goal of the Conscious Evolution Institute is to
provide our patients with therapies, treatments, and health plans
that will help them live longer, fuller, and more complete lives.
Although our treatments center around
Hormone Replacement Therapy, we combine those hormone treatments with
a total health and fitness plan which is individualized in order to
care for the unique needs of each of our patients. Our clinical
specialists will help you design an exercise regimen and diet plan
which will help you maintain a healthy weight as well as a reasonable
We also provide guidelines on
nutritional and health supplementation in order to make sure that
your body gets all of the nutrients and building blocks it needs to
sustain a more optimal level of hormone function.
Contact the Conscious Evolution
If you are interested in Hormone
Replacement Therapy, but are not yet convinced, we encourage you to
give us a call. Our staff is available every business day and would
be happy to answer any question you may have, and even point you
toward other materials and sources of information in order to help
you make a more informed choice.
Although we firmly believe in the
effectiveness of the programs we provide, we understand and encourage
our patients to make a thoughtful decision regarding any health plan
that they choose, including our own. If you have taken the time to
consider HGH Injection Therapy, or any other Hormone Treatment Plan
we provide, and feel that Hormone Replacement is right for you, the
Conscious Evolution Institute is here for you with effective and
competitively priced hormone medical treatments which we can deliver
straight to your doorstep.
No-Nonsense Hormone Treatments
The Conscious Evolution Institute
mutually provides one of the fastest and most thorough hormone
evaluations on the market. We have a network of affiliated physicians
across the United States that can meet with you on your time in order
to provide you with the physical and blood testing that our staff
need to make a complete and thorough diagnosis.
Your physical will be faxed to our
staff, and your blood work will be delivered directly to LabCorp, one
of the largest and most professional blood testing companies in the
globe. Within just five business days, the staff at LabCorp will run
a thorough and complete diagnostic panel in order to give our
physicians a complete medical profile, including the levels of
various hormones in your body.
At this point, we will consult you
and provide you with our professional medical opinion and talk to you
about the various options available to enhance your overall health.
From that point, we can write you a prescription and arrange for any
of our various Hormone Replacement Therapy programs to be delivered
via FedEx overnight shipping so that you can start your Hormone
Therapy ASAP. It's that easy!
HGH Hormone Replacement Therapy is
safe and effective, and there is a growing body of evidence which
continues to attest to that fact. With proper, physician-mediated HGH
Injection Therapy there Is minimal risk of complication, and if you
feel that Growth Hormone Deficiency maybe be causing a negative
impact on your health, the friendly and educated staff of the
Conscious Evolution Institute is here to serve you in helping you
improve both your health and your life!
We look forward to hearing from
Conscious Evolution Institute
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