Men and Growth Hormone Deficiency

In boyhood, human growth hormone (GH) controls a young mans height. It is normal for GH levels to decline as a male reaches adulthood, but new research suggests that some males may have too low a level. Low levels of GH are linked to poor muscle tone, increase body fat, low energy levels, and cardiovascular changes. GH insufficiency is associated with pituitary gland problems, brain injury, autoimmune disorders, and nervous system conditions in men.

Symptoms of Growth Hormone Deficiencies in men:

  • Abnormal blood cholesterol
  • Bone loss
  • Decrease muscle mass
  • Decrease stamina and exercise ability
  • Fatigue
  • Increase abdominal fat
  • Increased risk of heart disease
  • Lower life expectancy

Benefits of Growth Hormone Treatment in men:

  • Promote lean body mass
  • Increase bone mass
  • Reduce osteoporosis
  • Improve mood swings
  • Lower fat accumulation
  • Correct heart functioning
  • Strengthen immune system
  • Improve energy and stamina
  • Keep blood pressure in control
  • Make skin healthy
  • Help achieving better sleep patterns
  • Level cholesterol
  • Enhance libido and improves sexual relationship
  • Help treating Type II Diabetes and Crohn’s disease