Hormone DictionaryThe basics for optimal health and longevity are proper diet, exercise, nutritional supplementation and hormone replacement therapy. This stops cellular degeneration of tissue, fostering healing and a slowing down of the aging process.
Hormones are not drugs. They are natural substances that have existed in our bodies since conception. The doses of Hormone Replacement Therapy should never exceed what your body has already been accustomed to in its younger years. They caused no harm to the body at that time and when restored to youthful levels continue to provide the health and vigor that one loses as they age.
When natural hormones are taken as prescribed by physicians and monitored closely, they produce no negative side effects. When all the declining hormones are taken together in the correct dosages, they work in synergy to promote optimal health and restore declining immunity, which in turn helps protect the body against disease. Physical deterioration is not a requirement of aging. It is now possible to stop much of this undesirable aspect of aging as well as the symptoms and diseases associated with aging.
Hormone replacement therapy is an updated science which has been shown to prolong the quality of one' s life. We specialize in total hormone replacement regimens, that is we balance all the hormones. Our results are superior to those programs that utilize only Growth Hormone, because hormones work together. Exercise, diet, and nutritional advise will be given to further increase benefits of hormone replacement.
The pituitary gland is located near the brain and is considered the master control center of the endocrine system. It responds to neural, chemical and brain stimulation. Everything from the concentrations of nutrients, electrolytes, water and hormones in the bloodstream to emotions, perceptions, stress and trauma, impacts the hormonal system through the hypothalamus (part of the brain). The hypothalamus stimulates the pituitary gland to produce HGH and other signal hormones.
HGH, also known as Somatotropin, is a master messenger hormone secreted by the pituitary gland. Somatotropin (HGH) is an endocrine hormone, like thyroid, estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone, that declines in production with age. Endocrine hormones are signal messenger proteins. Deficiencies and excesses of hormones lead to insufficiencies and malfunctions in body processes.
Science has proven that injecting HGH stimulates tissue repair, cell replacement, brain function and enzyme production. Supplementation of HGH affects almost every cell in the body, rejuvenating skin and bones, regenerating the heart, liver, lungs and kidneys, bringing back organ and tissue function to youthful levels.
HGH revitalizes the immune system, lowers the risk factors of heart attack and stroke, improves oxygen uptake, and helps prevent osteoporosis. It is a powerful anti-obesity hormone and acts naturally to enhance sexual function. For many, it acts like a natural cosmetic, restoring skin elasticity, smoothing wrinkles, and rejuvenating hair and nails.
HGH Benefits (as discussed in the book Grow Young with HGH by Dr. Ronald Klatz)
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