Human Growth Hormone In Houston

When it comes to HGH Therapy, Houston patients often have many questions regarding the benefits, the medical treatment alternatives and best practice.

Growth Hormone (GH) is naturally produced by the pituitary gland. As people age beyond puberty into middle age, GH production steadily declines.

Growth Hormone regulates muscle growth, bone and cartilage growth, body composition, as well as sugar and fat metabolism.

Research has shown that HGH therapy improves muscle mass, reduces body fat, improves bone density and joint health, optimizes recovery rates and stimulates collagen production while generally improving overall body composition.

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Key Benefits of Human Growth Hormone

Key Benefits of Human Growth Hormone

Improved Body Composition

HGH Growth Hormone Therapy increases muscle mass while reducing body fat especially in the abdominal region.

Improved Recovery Rates And Endurance

HGH Growth Hormone Therapy contributes to accelerated healing rates, improved recovery rates and endurance.

Improved Cosmetic Results

HGH Growth Hormone Therapy stimulates collagen production. Optimized growth hormone levels contribute to improved skin thickness and elasticity, hair thickness and nail health.

Improved Joint Health

HGH Growth Hormone Therapy stimulates repair and regrowth of tendons, ligaments, cartilage and connective tissues. It also contributes to increased bone density and stronger bones providing increased protection against injury.

Typical Symptoms

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Frequently Asked Questions​

What is Human Growth Hormone Deficiency?

Human Growth Hormone Deficiency means that your body is deficient in growth hormone as measured by IGF-1 levels. Your body is declining to produce normal levels of Human Growth Hormone (HGH).

What could happen if Human Growth Hormone Deficiency is left untreated?

When left untreated, adults may gradually see physical changes including weaker bones (bone density), increased joint issues, lower muscle mass increased body fat, changes in skin thickness and elasticity, delayed healing and prolonged recovery leading to chronic fatigue.

Is GH Peptide Therapy as good as synthetic HGH (rGH) therapy?

HGH is a synthetic manufactured peptide but not all peptides are HGH Human Growth Hormone. Peptides which stimulate natural HGH production have become popular alternatives to HGH because they are thought to be a safer, more natural approach to optimizing HGH levels. Peptides do not suppress natural HGH production. Peptides deliver all the benefits of HGH without the side effects.

How long does it take HGH and GH Peptide Therapies to work?

Benefits emerge gradually over a 3 to 6 month period as changes take place in muscle mass, body fat, connective tissue, joint health, collagen production, skin, hair, injury repair and general recovery rates over time.

How do I get started?

The first step is to contact us. We will be happy to answer your questions confidentially and explain the process. Once you have decided to get evaluated, we will schedule you to come into the clinic for a medical review and diagnostic lab testing. In a matter of a few days, we will have your results for review. The medical team will explain the results of our evaluation, review your options going forward and recommend a customized treatment program specific to your needs.

From there, we will coordinate to have your program delivered directly to you. Upon receiving your program, we will review everything with you, provide instruction for self-administration, your treatment schedule and answer any questions. Once you begin your program, our team will monitor you and follow up with you regularly to ensure that all is well, every step of the way.

It is important to note that HGH and HGH peptide medications are FDA regulated and only legally available via U.S. Licensed Pharmacies and prescribed by U.S. Licensed Physicians following a comprehensive medical exam and diagnostic testing. Medications are strictly regulated and tested for quality control, sterility, purity, and certified dosages by law.

How does Growth Hormone therapy affect injury recovery rates?
The optimization of Growth Hormone levels has been shown to accelerate healing rates and recovery, in some cases cutting recovery time by as much as 50%. Growth hormone, which stimulates collagen production, accelerates repair and regrowth of connective tissues, including tendons, cartilage and bone density.
What are highly successful and respected people realizing about the benefits of HGH therapy today?
Well, here's a few examples. Venture capitalist Peter Thiel, who sits on the board of Facebook and co-founded PayPal, told Bloomberg that he plans to live to the age of 120 with the help of a paleo diet and HGH therapy. “It helps maintain muscle mass, so you’re much less likely to get bone injuries, arthritis,” Thiel said. Some celebrities are even calling HGH the fountain of youth because it has been shown to improve skin elasticity and decrease body fat. Mark Cuban, “Shark” on the popular show Shark Tank and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, recently got FDA approval to provide a single grant for a University of Michigan exploratory study. Typically these studies are funded by many smaller grants, but Mark has a particular interest in studying HGH and its potential career-saving impacts for athletes. Mark Cuban understands that the negative hype is baseless and wants his contribution to the study to lead to a better understanding of HGH.
What are the longer-term implications of adult growth hormone deficiency?
People with adult-onset growth hormone deficiency have an increased risk of heart disease and strokes as a result of the physical changes that occur in body fat, cholesterol and circulation. Healthy living, a balanced diet and exercise to prevent becoming overweight are essential to reduce this risk. People with adult-onset growth hormone deficiency also have a higher risk of developing osteoporosis or brittle bones and, therefore, have a higher risk of developing fractures from minor injuries. In order to decrease these risks, having a diet that is rich in calcium and taking adequate supplements of vitamin D, along with moderate amount of weight-bearing exercise and resistance training, are all helpful.

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