It’s shortly after Y2K and two of baseball’s most notorious sluggers are pushing the limits of how far a baseball can fly. All of America gathered around their screens as the home run race was on.
I can remember the excitement of watching the ball sail out of the park and into the San Francisco bay as kayakers scrambled after the bobbing pieces of history.
In 2007 George Mitchell concluded a 21-month investigation of Major League Baseball. Mitchell found that an overwhelming number of baseball’s top stars were using human growth hormone to shorten their recovery times and build muscle. Paired with the subsequent media frenzy behind Jose Canseco tell-all autobiography “Juiced”, hGH became the daily topic in all of sports talk.
Human Growth Hormone (hGH) is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland. When secreted it goes on to stimulate the liver to produce a hormone (IGF-1) responsible for the growth and repair of bones and body tissues including muscles, skin, organs, and more.
The body's growth hormone production is normally released in pulses or bursts throughout the day. There are often as many as 20 daily surges, with the largest release occurring shortly after you fall asleep.
Outside of the body, the first successful development of growth hormone came in 1981 as biosynthetic human growth hormone became available for therapeutic and medical use.
In the years that have passed since first being discovered, biosynthetic hGH has undergone continual refinement and research, furthering it’s potential.
Because the pituitary gland is solely responsible for hGH production, adults and children with trauma to that area of the brain experience severe complications as growth hormone production diminishes or ceases to occur entirely. Challenges can include cardiovascular disease, arthritis, decreased immune response, sarcopenia (loss of muscle), and osteoporosis.
Biosynthetic hGH is clinically proven to offer relief to those experiencing complications from growth hormone deficiency.
Natural hGH levels in the body decline as part of the natural aging process. Supplementing this decline has numerous proven benefits including increased energy, a greater sex drive, increased muscle mass, and improved cognitive performance just to name a few.
hGH is by no means the fountain of youth, but it will certainly lessen the rate at which age onsets.
The journal of the American Medical Association estimates global hGH sales totaling between 1.5 and two billion dollars annually. Of those sales, it is estimated that up to 30 percent of all US growth hormone prescriptions are used for anti-aging and body enhancement.
Increased Muscle Strength
hGH stimulates the growth of collagen in skeletal and muscle tendons, increasing muscle strength and improving performance. A 6-month blind study by the International Journal of Endocrinology found improvements in muscle responsiveness correlated to hGH.
Enhanced Weight Loss
A 12-week randomized study published by Hormone Research found a 1.6 fold increase in weight loss when compared to those in the group unknowingly taking a placebo.
Growth hormone is essential for bone growth. With age, lower occurring levels of hGH may be the cause for slower bone creation and weakened repair. Hormone therapy combats the issue by stimulating bone-forming cells into action, leading to improved bone health.
Reduced Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Adults showing a deficiency in growth hormone have an increased risk for cardiovascular disease, ultimately leading to a shorter life expectancy. A Swedish study suggested that hGH positively impacts lipoprotein metabolism, effectively decreasing a man’s risk of cardiovascular disease.
Strengthen You Sex Drive
A German study suggests that growth hormone plays a key role in achieving an erection. As naturally occurring levels decline with age, achieving an erection can become more difficult. The growth hormone’s muscle stimulating properties make it a natural remedy for impotence.
Athletes at the highest levels are constantly battling to stay healthy and out on the field. The wear on the body of professional athletes paired with the relatively short window of an athlete’s competitive career make it easy to understand why athletes naturally gravitate towards hGH. Especially given the proven benefits for growth and recovery.
At the height of the investigation with Major League Baseball, a story emerged when Jason Grimsley underwent a full ligament replacement surgery, a surgery that was projected to sideline him completely for 18 months.
Grimsley reportedly stacked hGH and shocked the baseball world when he made a full recovery in only 9 months. In other words, half the time his doctor’s estimated for recovery.
A two-year large group study posted in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology found that patients treated with hGH experienced positive changes in body composition, metabolism, and overall well-being.
Another ten-year study on hGH was equally supportive. The Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism found that test subjects experienced significantly increased lean body mass and decreased fat mass, heart health benefits, and improved psychological well-being.
Human growth hormone can help a man rapidly build muscle, slash fat, regain libido and skyrocket energy, essentially reversing a man’s biological clock. hGH also plays an important role in the body, as it is responsible for cell growth and regeneration. The hormone’s benefits on the body go beyond muscle to build and strengthen bones, the brain, and other vital organs.
At medically approved doses, side effects of hGH have proven minimal. A few potential side effects (as side effects are common with most any treatment) include bloating, increased blood pressure, and a decrease in thyroid hormone production. Even long term, reasonable usage seems to remain effective.
Eric Braverman, M.D. (Specialist in anti-aging at the Path Medical Center in NYC) holds that the risks surrounding hGH are overblown.
The study of human growth hormone is over 100 years old, and it has been over 30 years since Biosynthetic hGH was successfully created. The FDA endorses hGH for use in adults and children needing to supplement the hormone as continued testing proves the benefits of hGH.
We pride ourselves on being the premier solution for men in the Seattle-area looking to take back control of their lives. As men age, their sexual health, physical strength, and energy levels all begin to naturally decline.
If you are the type of man looking to add life to his years, set up an appointment to talk to Innovative Men’s.
At Innovative Men’s we know that no two clients are alike. Each man that comes through our door has a story and a lifestyle that make him unique. Our personalized approach caters to those needs with 1-on-1 care all along the way.
If you want to find out if hormone therapy is the right fit for you, schedule a consultation with Innovative Men’s Health, and let’s talk about your options.
Our team of qualified doctors will listen to where you’re coming from, and more importantly where you are looking to go. Then we design a custom program that fits your lifestyle and deliver you the results. It’s really that simple.
You don’t need to be an athlete to see the medically proven benefits of hGH, and you owe it to yourself to find out more.
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