If you wonder how long you can take HGH, the quick answer is that you can do so for as long or short a period as recommended. The staff at HealthGAINS can evaluate you and determine how long you might want to take human growth hormone (HGH).
Patients will need to check in with their team periodically for new prescriptions. HealthGAINS staff will reevaluate the patient’s continuing need for HGH. If a patient no longer needs growth hormone treatments, the therapy will get discontinued.
Who Might Want to Get Evaluated for HGH Therapy
According to the Mayo Clinic, almost everyone experiences a decline in growth hormone levels as they age.
HealthGAINS staff will perform tests to determine the amount of human growth hormone a person’s body is making on its own. During the evaluation, patients should discuss their symptoms with their team. Clinical manifestations of HGH deficiency are relevant for our team to calculate the correct dosage a patient needs.
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An Overview of Human Growth Hormone
The pituitary gland at the base of the brain makes and secretes human growth hormone. According to Harvard Men’s Health Watch, growth hormone affects many different types of tissues in adults and:
- Helps the body burn off fat
- Increases the amount of protein the body produces
- Increases blood sugar levels
- Affects how insulin works in the body
Symptoms of Low HGH Levels
The clinical features of human growth hormone deficiency will vary from one person to the next. One person might have a few mild symptoms, while another might suffer on a daily basis. Because growth hormone affects so many body systems, growth hormone deficiency can cause many symptoms, per Cedars-Sinai:
- Low energy, fatigue, weakness, and exhaustion.
- Gaining weight around the middle portion of the body
- Depression, anxiety, and loss of interest in social interaction
- Changes to blood cholesterol makeup
- Decreased interest in sex
- Decreased sexual function
- Decreased ability to regulate one’s body temperature and to perspire
- Loss of bone density and muscle mass, loss of bone density can lead to fractures in older age
Any of these symptoms can affect both a person’s quality of life and their relationships.
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How Human Growth Hormone Can Help People with Low HGH Levels
When a person’s growth hormone levels are restored to the correct amount, Harvard Men’s Health Watch says that a patient can get these benefits:
- Increased energy and ability to tolerate exercise
- Lower risk of developing cardiac disease in the future
- More muscle mass
- Less likelihood of bone fractures
As with any medical treatment, each person with growth hormone deficiency will respond to growth hormone therapy differently.
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True HGH Is Only Available By Prescription
The only legal form of human growth hormone is by prescription, because HGH is a controlled substance. It is illegal to use nonprescription substances that contain human growth hormone.
There is no evidence whatsoever that these pills, powders, shakes, and other items obtained without a prescription are safe, much less effective.
The only type of HGH with scientific proof of its effectiveness is the injectable form. People who take growth hormone in any non-injectable form are taking products that do not have the approval of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat HGH deficiency.
How Someone Can Find Out if They Need HGH Treatment
A HealthGAINS wellness professional can evaluate whether someone might need growth hormone treatment and how long they can take human growth hormone.
Patients receive a consultation with HealthGAINS physicians as well as an examination and a medical history review. HealthGAINS orders the required blood work to discover whether someone has a clinical need for HGH treatment.
HealthGAINS’ trained medical personnel will create a treatment plan tailored to a client’s individual needs. The therapy takes place under the supervision of medical professionals to ensure the safety of the patient.
Interested parties can call HealthGAINS today at (305) 682-1818 for a consultation with one of our wellness advisors at no cost to you.