Human Growth Hormone Treatments in Connecticut

People have constantly searched for the fountain of youth. No such gushing spring has yet been found but there are various hormones that can turn back the clock to make individuals feel younger, stronger, and more energized. Human growth hormone (HGH) is one such hormone. Ask your skilled doctor about HGH treatments and how you may benefit.

Human Growth Hormone

HGH is produced in the pituitary gland. It is crucial for promoting growth in children and teenagers. HGH levels peak in the body at about age 25. Production starts to decline by the late 30s.

Without sufficient levels of HGH, people tend to have higher body fat levels, less muscle mass, and lower bone density. HGH therapy can reverse those conditions which lead to weight loss, stronger muscles, and denser bones.

Women enter menopause and men enter a less well-known state known as andropause at approximately age 50. HGH injections can give patients back the body and mind they had a decade or more previously.

How HGH Therapy Can Help

HGH is responsible for muscle and bone development and plays a vital role in overall wellness. HGH also plays a role in regulating metabolism. As a patient ages and HGH levels drop, many symptoms may appear. These include:

  • Hair loss
  • Depression
  • High cholesterol
  • Hot flashes
  • Insomnia
  • Loss of libido
  • Memory loss
  • Mood swings
  • Sagging skin
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Weakened immune system

HGH therapy relieves many of the symptoms. Patients feel more energetic and experience greater strength and endurance with less fatigue. Significant weight loss may occur. Anxiety and depression can disappear and a patient can feel more upbeat and like their former selves.

Another benefit of HGH injections is that some other anti-aging therapies are no longer needed. Patients undergoing HGH treatment may eliminate weight-loss supplements and certain over-the-counter medications or skin care products.

How Human Growth Hormone Can Help

Individuals experiencing loss of bone density and muscle mass may benefit from HGH. Such injections increase strength and endurance and reduce the percentage of body fat. Patients recovering from bone fractures find HGH speeds the healing process. HGH also decreases the risk of cardiovascular disease. In men, HGH is a natural way to treat erectile dysfunction.

Patients should view HGH therapy long-term and not as a short-term fix. HGH treatment requires regular monitoring by a doctor. HGH therapy does not work in a vacuum. Along with HGH injections, patients should adopt a healthy lifestyle, including a regular exercise program and nutritious diet.

All of these factors work synergistically with HGH therapy to produce the best results. Patients who continue to consume junk food and lead a sedentary lifestyle will not receive the full benefits HGH therapy can provide.

HGH Treatment Sessions

Every patient is different and so is every HGH treatment plan. Each patient undergoes a detailed medical evaluation and blood is taken for hormone level testing. Actual HGH treatments consist of subcutaneous daily injections using a painless microneedle under the instruction by a physician.

Patients undergo regular testing to monitor levels and to ensure they are receiving the correct amount of HGH. Initially, individuals should expect to be tested once or twice monthly. Once levels are optimized the testing interval can become greater.

Along with HGH treatment the doctor or nutritionist will recommend a diet and exercise program for each patient. HGH injections complement other hormone replacement therapies with testosterone, DHEA, and thyroid hormone.

Side Effects

A common side effect of HGH treatment, edema, or swelling, may stop when the dosage is adjusted. Some patients may receive HGH therapy for several months, while others may remain on HGH injections for life.

HGH treatment is not for everyone. Patients diagnosed with uncontrolled diabetes, active cancer, and other serious illnesses are not candidates for HGH therapy. Patients with high blood pressure that is not well-controlled should not take HGH.

Carpal tunnel syndrome and muscle weakness are two common side effects of HGH injections. Side effects of HGH are usually mild and controllable by reducing the dose of the hormone.

Ask Dr. Jacobson about How to Get HGH Today

If you would like to know more about HGH treatments and whether you are a suitable candidate, contact Dr. Edward Jacobson today to arrange an appointment.