• Decreased sexual desire
• Weight gain
• Lack of energy or fatigue
• Muscle weakness
• Sleep Problems
• Slow wound healing
• Low blood sugar
• Thin skin
• High blood pressure
• With drawl from others
• Feelings of hopelessness
Ask Yourself These Questions:
• Is your abdomen flabby?
• Are your muscles slack and weak?
• Do you have sleep problems?
• Have you experienced weight gain?
• Is your hair thinning?
• Do you feel exhausted most of the time?
• Is recovery after exercise too long?
It may surprise you to know that these physical problems could be symptoms of low HGH. Psychological issues such as anxiety or nervousness, sadness or depression, feelings of hopelessness, shyness and withdrawal from others can also indicate that your HGH levels are too low.
If you can identify with the above problems and symptoms the doctors at Infinity Age may be able to help you. We specialize in treating adults, in otherwise good general health, who are experiencing symptoms associated with low HGH levels enabling them to lead healthy, active and vigorous lifestyles.
Effects of Hormone Therapy Enhancement
Since Dr. Rudman's landmark study in the field of human growth hormone
HGH, 100 reputable studies have been performed which documented the safety and legitimacy of this outstanding therapeutic approach. After Dr. Rudman's death, a study was conducted at the same institution at which Dr. Rudman completed his original work. The following information was taken from this study at the Medical College of Wisconsin between 1994 and 1996:
Recipients of human growth hormone
HGH were given low dose/high frequency dosages. The information was compiled from 308 randomly selected self-assessment questionnaires that were completed by 202 patients.
| • 88% in Muscle Strength
• 81% in Muscle Size
• 71% in Body Fat Loss
• 81% in Exercise Tolerance
• 83% in Exercise Endurance
• 71% in Skin Texture
• 68% in Skin Thickness
• 71% in Skin Elasticity
• 51% in Wrinkle Disappearance
• 55%% in Healing of Old Injury
| • 53% in Back Flexibility
• 53% in Sexual Potency/Frequency
• 73% in Common Illness
• 62% in Duration of Penile Erection
• 57% in Frequency of Nighttime Urination
• 57% in Hot Flashes
• 84% in Energy Level
• 62% in Memory
• 38% in New Hair Growth
What is HGH?
HGH is a hormone. Hormones can be thought of as "messengers" that are produced by the endocrine glands and then sent all over the body to stimulate specified activities.
Growth, digestion, reproduction, and sexual function are all triggered by hormones and they all depend on each other to work properly. HGH in particular, is critical for tissue repair, healing, muscle growth, bone strength, brain function, physical and mental health, energy, and metabolism.
The production of HGH, and its metabolite IGF-1, decreases with age at an average rate of about two to four percent each year. At age 20, normal daily HGH production is about 500 micrograms. By age 80, it falls to 60 (or less) micrograms of HGH and many doctors consider IGF-1 levels below 200 to be HGH deficient. The graph to your left illustrates this dramatic decline.
In August of 1996, the FDA approved injectable r-DNA HGH for the use in adult patients for the first time. Before, it was approved, it was only authorized for use to promote growth in children of short stature.
Coping with Human Growth Hormone Deficiency
The medical term for low HGH in adults is Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency, or AGHD. This can mean you experience several different symptoms, many of which directly affect not just your body composition but also your mood and emotions.
This is thought to occur because HGH plays an important part in managing psychological feelings besides helping growth and other physical processes to occur.
Listed below are some of the most commonly reported symptoms experienced by people with AGHD. You should know that not everyone with AGHD experiences all of these problems, but if you do, there are effective HGH therapies available.