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Can Pets Suffer from HGH Deficiency?

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on November 15th, 2023

can pets suffer from HGH deficiency 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Well. You wouldn’t call it “HGH” deficiency since the first “H” in “HGH” stands for “human.” But, yes, pets, like dogs and cats, can suffer from growth hormone deficiency (GHD), although it is relatively rare. GHD in pets is similar in some ways to human growth hormone deficiency and can have various causes. Here are some key points to consider: Causes of GHD in Pets: Growth hormone deficiency in pets can be congenital (present from birth) or acquired later in life. Congenital GHD is usually genetic, while acquired GHD can result from pituitary tumors, trauma, or other medical conditions that … Continue reading

Age Management with Sermorelin Injection Treatment

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 15th, 2023

pituitary gland in the brain 300x256Reading Time: 5 minutes What Is Sermorelin Acetate? Why has Sermorelin experienced such a surge in popularity since the turn of the century in Age-Management and Wellness Treatment Centers and Hormone Clinics across the country? Sermorelin Acetate is a medical treatment derived from Recombinant-DNA techniques that are used for the treatment and relief of Age-Related Human Growth Hormone Deficiency, often referred to as Somatopause. Sermorelin has risen in popularity since around the year 2000, prescribed with increasing frequency over time. Sermorelin is the functional analog of a hormone naturally produced by the Hypothalamus, called GH-RH, or Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone. Sermorelin and Bio-Identical HGH both … Continue reading

Comprehensive Therapy Regimen Shown to Reverse Symptoms of Early Alzheimer’s and Cognitive Decline

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 14th, 2023

alzheimer disease_fkHsFrPO SBI 3001882261 300x200Reading Time: 10 minutes In a groundbreaking new clinical trial, three patients suffering from mild to moderate degenerative memory loss - Alzheimer's - experienced a reversal of their misfortune as a result of a new medical regimen.   Alzheimer's was first outlined around a century ago, although it has surely existed throughout human history. And for one hundred years, scientists and medical professionals attempted without success to find treatments which would benefit Alzheimer's patients, leaving them resigned to neurological degeneration and the meager benefits of palliative care. Fortunately, a new and revolutionary treatment regimen may be the beginning of a sea-change with regard to … Continue reading

Ten Common Contributors to Obesity that Make it Hard to Lose Weight

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 13th, 2023

obese over weight fat 300x200Reading Time: 7 minutes We've all heard the old maxim — Calories In, Calories Out — regarding weight loss. There's a lot of truth to that, of course. How much we eat directly contributes to how much we weigh. That's not the whole story, though. There are a lot of biological, genetic, and physiological factors at play when it comes to how our bodies maintain, store, and get rid of body fat. The goal of this article is to inform you of some of the circumstances which complicate this supposedly simple equation. Genetics and Weight Loss There is an active genetic component to obesity … Continue reading

Ask the Experts: How Do I Live Longer?

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 12th, 2023

young hispanic people and male beauty metrosexual man applying lotion for anti aging t SBI 330621399 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes While there are some people that are dedicated to “having a good time, but not for a long time,” most people are interested in living long, healthy, and productive lives. Longevity and Anti-Aging researchers are dedicated to revealing and highlighting the best path to a long life. While Covid has led to a slight, temporary reduction in life expectancy, the average American was expected to make it to nearly 79 in 2019. Are you interested in making it to your 80s, 90s, or beyond? Longevity specialist Sergey Young outlines some crucial factors that can help you keep the good times … Continue reading

Vitamins, Nutrients, and Supplements for Healthy Nails, Skin, and Hair

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 12th, 2023

DD 05142016 B07A8533 SBI 300924232 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes   Many people don't realize it, but the skin is actually the largest organ of the human body. It makes tremendous sense when you think about it, though. Your skin is responsible for protecting your other organs from the outside world. Your skin, along with your hair and nails, are all made out of the same basic stuff. Just like all your other organs and systems, your skin and other associated parts depend on good nutrition in order to look and operate at their best. In that sense, it really is what's on the outside that counts. If you're interested … Continue reading

Information About DHEA – Why Do People Use DHEA?

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 12th, 2023

stock photo dehydroepiandrosterone dhea or androstenolone written on a page human hormones 600686936 300x169Reading Time: 2 minutes DHEA is a steroid hormone that is the precursor of sex hormones such as Testosterone and Estrogen. DHEA acts as a weak Androgen, meaning that it has effects associated with masculine physiology. Androgens are produced by both sexes but are produced in higher volumes by males. Testosterone is the most well-known Androgen, but there are quite a few others. While DHEA is the building block of other hormones, including both Testosterone and Estrogen, the majority of DHEA is converted into the steroid Androstenedione. DHEA is released primarily by the Adrenal glands but also in small amounts by the brain and … Continue reading

Is the Wnt Pathway the Fountain of Youth?

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 9th, 2023

Wnt pathway_ 200x300Reading Time: 4 minutes Is the Wnt Pathway the Fountain of Youth? Perhaps it is! Keep reading and discover why From the moment we take our first breath until we take our last, we rely on the descendants of the embryonic stem cells that created us at birth. Progenitor stem cells are the direct descendants of the stem cells that differentiate to create, maintain, and repair every organ and system in the body. For example, one family branch of progenitor stem cells tends to our central nervous system; another brand monitors our blood flow and keeps our bone marrow strong, and another branch keeps … Continue reading

Did you know you have two different ages?

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 9th, 2023

A DNA B DNA Z DNA 300x195Reading Time: 5 minutes Did you know you have two different ages?    That’s correct. Everyone knows the day, month, and year they were born. That is the chronological age. But there is also the biological age that reflects your lifestyle and how you are aging internally. The chronological age is set in stone and can’t be changed. But the biological age can be changed.    Many people blame their poor health condition on bad genetics. And that’s true to a certain extent. Some genes can make us more vulnerable to specific afflictions than those without disease-prone genetics. However, research has concluded that lifestyle … Continue reading

Why Most Medical Studies Get it Wrong

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 9th, 2023

cup of coffee 300x199Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s confusing. Butter is bad. Moderate alcohol consumption of 2 drinks daily for men and 1 for women is healthy. Coffee increases your risk of a heart attack. Eggs elevate LDL (the bad) cholesterol; replace them with sugary cereal and donuts for breakfast. Low-fat diets are the best for losing weight. Saturated fats, especially those found in meat, must be minimized or avoided. Vitamin supplements are unnecessary. Every single one of those recommendations from the medical “authorities” and self-anointed food gurus (aka “Foodies”) has been challenged and disputed. Some have been proven wrong. Yet the barrage of medical research and … Continue reading

How Can Women Feel Better With Sermorelin Peptide Treatment?

Written by Brianna Clark, Updated on November 3rd, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes In today's world, women play distinct roles; thus, maintaining their overall health & well-being is essential. Sermorelin Peptide Treatment has emerged as a promising avenue for women seeking improved vitality, energy, and overall wellness. With the help of this groundbreaking therapy, you can boost your growth hormone levels naturally, experiencing a range of benefits to uplift your quality of life.  Today, we'll dive deeper into how Sermorelin Peptide Treatment can help a woman feel better, vibrant, and rejuvenated. Enhancing Women's Well-Being through Sermorelin Peptide Treatment What is Sermorelin? Sermorelin is a synthetic peptide which stimulates the pituitary gland by producing … Continue reading

Testosterone Myths

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 2nd, 2023

prostate cancer 1Reading Time: 4 minutes Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) has experienced a surge in popularity in recent years. An increasing number of men (and their physicians) have finally understood that TRT when used correctly and with medical supervision, can deliver incredible benefits to middle-aged men and rekindle their zest for life. However, myths concerning testosterone still abound. That’s right. Even though TRT has been proven safe and effective, there is still a ton of misinformation that flourishes non-stop. Let’s take a look at these blatant falsehoods concerning the manly hormone. Excess testosterone causes prostate cancer. This idea is absurd, and here’s why. For starters, young … Continue reading

All You Need to Know About HRT & Osteoporosis

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on November 2nd, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is widely used to manage signs associated with menopause. However, its benefits expand beyond mere symptom alleviation, as it can also have a promising effect on bone health, particularly in osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a disorder characterized by lower bone density and augmented vulnerability to fractures. In this article, the relationship between HRT and osteoporosis will be explored, peering into how HRT can potentially reverse osteoporosis, the most suitable HRT options for osteoporosis, and the effects of HRT on bone density. Types of HRT Hormone replacement therapy circles around different types of hormone formulations that are employed … Continue reading

How Long Until HGH Benefits Kick In?

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on November 2nd, 2023

how long until HGH benefits kick in 200x300Reading Time: 4 minutes I just started my HGH prescription at your clinic. How long before I am totally back to normal? We need a bit more information such as what condition you are being treated for at our clinic with HGH, and your current health status. Just check in with your doctor here at the clinic and he will have your chart available. But here on the Web site, I’d be happy to give you some general guidelines for how long it may take to feel the effects of HGH: For people with growth hormone deficiency, it can take several weeks or months … Continue reading

Sermorelin: An Enhanced Approach to Addressing Adult-Onset Growth Hormone Insufficiency?

Written by Brianna Clark, Updated on October 17th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes Adult-onset growth hormone deficiency (AGHD) refers to a lack of GH synthesis in adults, which can lead to a variety of health issues. Sermorelin, a synthetic counterpart of growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH), has emerged as a novel treatment option for AGHD. This paper investigates Peptide Sermorelin’s mechanisms of action and pharmacokinetics, assesses clinical studies assessing its efficacy and safety, and speculates on its potential application in treating adult AGHD. It also provides a comprehensive overview of AGHD. Introduction: Insufficient GH secretion in adults is a feature of the disease known as adult-onset growth hormone deficiency (AGHD). Although the role of … Continue reading

What are the Mental and Psychological Effects of Adult-Onset HGH Deficiency?

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on October 17th, 2023

mental psychological effects HGH deficiency 300x195Reading Time: 3 minutes Adult-onset growth hormone deficiency (AGHD) can have various mental and psychological effects due to its impact on the endocrine system. It's important to note that these effects can vary from person to person, and the severity of symptoms can also differ. Some potential mental and psychological effects of AGHD may include: Cognitive Changes: AGHD can lead to difficulties with memory, concentration, and cognitive function. This can manifest as forgetfulness, decreased mental sharpness, and reduced ability to process information. Depression and Mood Changes: Individuals with AGHD may experience mood swings, irritability, and an increased risk of depression. Low growth hormone levels … Continue reading

Ipamorelin: Pioneering the Era of Selective Growth Hormone Secretagogues

Written by Brianna Clark, Updated on October 17th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes Abstract: This study delves into the unique properties of ipamorelin, a potent growth hormone (GH) secretagogue known for its pentapeptide structure. Ipamorelin demonstrates remarkable efficacy in releasing GH both in vitro and in vivo. Notably, ipamorelin showcases a distinct specificity for GH release, differing from other GH secretagogues as it does not affect plasma levels of ACTH or cortisol, even at high doses. This unparalleled selectivity, akin to GHRH, positions ipamorelin as an exciting candidate for clinical development, heralding a new era of selective GH secretagogues. Introduction: Since the introduction of recombinant GH in 1985, growth hormone (GH) has played … Continue reading

Unlocking the Cognitive Potential: The Impact of Tesamorelin on Cognitive Function

Written by Brianna Clark, Updated on October 9th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes Tesamorelin, a synthetic growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH), has gained attention for its potential to enhance cognitive function. This research article explores the effects of tesamorelin on cognitive function, highlighting its mechanism of action, administration, and the reported results before and after its use. We also discuss when to take tesamorelin before and after results to maximize its cognitive benefits and its implications for future research. Introduction: Cognitive function is a vital aspect of human health and quality of life. As individuals age, cognitive decline becomes a common concern, leading researchers to seek innovative interventions to mitigate these effects. Tesamorelin growth hormone, originally developed … Continue reading

HGH Deficiency During Childhood

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on October 8th, 2023

hgh deficiency during childhood 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Can adult-onset HGH deficiency strike during childhood? No, adult-onset growth hormone deficiency (AGHD) is a condition that occurs in adulthood, typically after the completion of normal growth during puberty. It is not a condition that can strike during childhood. Growth hormone deficiency (GHD) in children is a distinct condition and is referred to as pediatric growth hormone deficiency or childhood-onset growth hormone deficiency. Childhood-onset growth hormone deficiency occurs when a child's pituitary gland does not produce enough growth hormone, which can lead to stunted growth and developmental issues. It is typically diagnosed and treated during childhood or adolescence to help … Continue reading

Peptide-Based Therapies in Hormone Regulation: A Comprehensive Review of Peptide Ipamorelin, Tesamorelin, Sermorelin, Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone, and Secretagogues

Written by Brianna Clark, Updated on October 8th, 2023

Reading Time: 4 minutes Abstract: Peptide-based medicines have received a lot of interest due to their potential for controlling hormone levels and enhancing general health. In this thorough study paper, we investigate the properties, modes of action, advantages, and therapeutic uses of three well-known peptides: Ipamorelin, Tesamorelin, and Sermorelin. We also investigate the role of Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone (GHRH) and Secretagogues in hormone regulation. The study intends to shed light on the growing landscape of these peptide-based therapeutics and their implications for a variety of medical diseases. Introduction: Peptides play a pivotal role in hormone regulation, offering a promising avenue for medical interventions. Among … Continue reading

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