How many of you reading this have gone to your doctor because you are experiencing one or all of the following symptoms: hair loss, fatigue, weight gain, depression or cold intolerance. I bet many of you had your thyroid levels checked (TSH and maybe Free T4) and told your thyroid was “normal”. And because your lab results fell within the normal range for thyroid your doctor told you that it must be something else. I also bet you left the doctors office defeated because you just don’t feel right and want an answer! Here is the problem.
A recent study published in the Archives of Neurology demonstrated an improvement in cognitive function in older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). This supports other studies that demonstrate an improvement in memory and executive function in patients who took human growth hormone. In this most recent study, patients received a Growth hormone releasing hormone analogue (tesmorelin) which increases the bodies natural production of growth hormone. Patients also experienced a 7.4% reduction in body fat which is typical in patients who take HGH. Why is this important? Did you know that your chances of developing
Is Human Growth Hormone (HGH) safe? The short answer is that when used in physiologic doses and levels are carefully monitored it is extremely safe. Patients that use HGH experience a reduction in body fat, increases in lean muscle, have improvements in their cholesterol, sleep better, recover from workouts faster and even improvement in memory and cognition. There are major medical studies that show patients who supplement with HGH have an improvement in “overall quality of life.” In this post I will discuss the risks, benefits and what the medical literature says regarding the use of HGH. First