Growth Hormone (GH) Deficiency
What is Growth Hormone Deficiency?
Since growth hormone is necessary to complete the normal growth phase within the body’s bones and tissues, those who do not have adequate supply suffer from reduced growth.
Those who are fully grown adults who are now found to have a growth hormone deficiency will lose the benefit of repair and regenerative healing that it is known for. Not only
Not only does s significant drop in GH at around the age 30 lead us into the onset of menopause and andropause, it is said that most of the symptoms of ageing we experience has a direct link to GH deficiency.
A growth hormone deficiency has been discovered to contribute to earlier death and a drop in GH causes decreased bone density and muscle mass but increases fat storage up to 40%. A shrinkage of all the major organs is also noted with decreased GH levels.
Growth Hormone Deficiency Symptoms
- Have you lost muscle mass over the last few years?
- Do you have less strength / endurance?
- Do you find it takes longer to recover from physical activity?
- Have you noticed that skin wounds and muscle strains take longer to heal?
- Have you lost hair from your body?
- Is your skin becoming thin and wrinkled?
- Have you gained fat around your waist that is difficult to remove?
- Do you have fat around your knees that is difficult to remove?
- Has your thinking speed and memory declined?
- Has your sleep quality decreased?
- Do you feel less interested in joining others in social activity?
- Do you feel tired most of the time, despite being well-rested?
Growth Hormone Deficiency Test
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