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HGH testimonial – They Thought I Was Dead. I Actually Had Low HGH!

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 17th, 2024

hgh deficiency makes you feel like death 300x187Reading Time: 3 minutes My name is Dan. And I’m not kidding. I suffered from adult-onset HGH (human growth hormone) deficiency, although I didn’t know it then. And they all quite literally thought I was dead. Who were “they”? -- you might ask. My friends. The crowd I used to hang out with. They thought I was actually dead. Here’s how it happened. I was just 35 years old. Felt as young as can be. Had plenty of energy. I often hung out with my friends and partied like you wouldn’t believe. Dancing. Beach parties. Swimming. Went on hikes. A bit of mountain biking. … Continue reading

7 Surprising Things That Mess With Your Hormones

Written by Jessica Mendez, Updated on May 16th, 2024

7 Surprising Things That Mess With Your Hormones1 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes Admit it: if you feel out of sorts but can't put your finger on it, you probably blame your hormones. To make matters more bizarre, you're probably right. Our hunger, weight, libido, menstrual cycles, and everything else in life are all governed by the constant hum of chemical messages inside the body. However, hormonal quirks aren't entirely out of your hands. The effects of hormones on your body can be devastating if you engage in actions that cause them to spike or drop. Here are the surprising things that mess with your hormones. Candy Most of us have a sweet … Continue reading

Running and Getting Nowhere

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 15th, 2024

HGH testimonial experience male health 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes My name is Stan. I’m 57. I’m a scientist. My day job is materials testing for a government contractor that makes electronic assemblies for military vehicles. I take the scientific mindset – fact-aware, data-driven decision-making – into all areas of my life. It’s a part of my personality, I guess. I believe in taking care of my body. After all, it’s the only one I’ll ever have. I eat right – natural foods, even if they are more expensive. I avoid drugs if at all possible. And I exercise. Most of that exercise is running. Running is almost a spiritual … Continue reading

How to Heal Your Body After Overcoming Addiction

Written by Jessica Mendez, Updated on May 14th, 2024

How to Heal Your Body After Overcoming Addiction 3 300x200Reading Time: 4 minutes It takes time and effort to recover from the consequences of addiction. It involves more than just getting harmful substances out of your system. Ultimately, it involves laying a solid foundation for a better way of life and the good habits that accompany it. If you suffer from addiction, you're most likely well aware of the harm that drug use causes to the body. Moreover, you probably grew accustomed to experiencing fatigue, sickness, and drowsiness as an active addict and viewed it as a normal part of life. However, did you know you can heal your body after overcoming addiction … Continue reading

Suppressing Hormones Can Improve Success Rate of Melanoma Treatment

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 13th, 2024

blocking testosterone increases melanoma treatment success rate 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Unfortunately, cancer is still on the rise in the United States these days. Skin cancer is the 5th most common cancer in the US, with melanoma being the worst. The success rate for melanoma treatment is different between men and women, and it appears that the reason could be due to hormones. Oncologist Miles Andrews co-led some breakthrough research that seems to uncover the difference in treatment outcomes. Blocking Hormones Leads to Better Treatment Outcomes Dr. Miles Andrews and his research team seem to have found something exciting. Even though we believe that ensuring you have adequate levels of hormones, … Continue reading

BPC-157: A Potent Peptide Therapy for Men’s Hormone Health

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 12th, 2024

bpc 157 peptide therapy accelerates injury healing 300x211Reading Time: 3 minutes If you’re an athlete and have injured yourself in the middle of the season or before the season starts, it’s mental anguish to get through the healing process and get back into the game. The waiting game is no fun at all. Sure, you can keep going with your physical therapy and ice packs, but what if something could speed up the process – and keep your mood positive in the meantime? Looking forward to being optimistic and happy about getting back into the game relatively quickly. There actually is something for that. It’s called BPC-157. BPC-157 Peptide Therapy BPC-157 … Continue reading

Tesamorelin Testimonial by Vincent “Coach Vinny” Jones

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 11th, 2024

board certified HGH doctors 300x154Reading Time: 4 minutes I'm a retired high school history teacher and was an after-school soccer and wrestling coach. I worked for 29 years on and off in the public school system. When I was first diagnosed with hypothyroidism more than two years ago, my primary care doctor recommended I take synthetic thyroid hormone to help correct the imbalance. When I tried that, I felt worse than ever. I tried a bunch of different medications, and they didn’t work. I finally went to an endocrinologist who suggested a new treatment called tesamorelin. I took it for a year and a half until now and … Continue reading

Fatigue and Lack of Sexual Interest: Could it be Male Menopause?

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 10th, 2024

chronic fatigue and lack of sexual interest male menopause 300x160Reading Time: 4 minutes Yes, male menopause is real, and some common symptoms that men experience as they age can signal the beginnings of this annoying and sometimes debilitating hormone imbalance. Everyone has heard about menopause for women, but similar things can also happen to men. Men’s hormones can get seriously out of whack as they age, similar to women, but they do not permanently lose their fertility. Have you heard about male menopause? If not, we are here to tell you all about it. What is Male Menopause? Essentially, male menopause is a transitioning period, just like women’s menopause, but instead of estrogen … Continue reading

Norditropin HGH Therapy for Growth Hormone Deficiency

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 10th, 2024

NorditropinReading Time: 2 minutes Norditropin is one of many effective options for the treatment of Human Growth Hormone Deficiency, also known as Hypopituitarism. Norditropin was created by the Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk and is intended for use in both children and adult patients struggling with the effects of HGH Deficiency. Who Can Benefit from Norditropin Growth Hormone Therapy? Among children, Norditropin is used to treat Idiopathic Short Stature, Low (or Absent) Growth Hormone Production, and various conditions and syndromes that lead to Growth Hormone Deficiency as a symptom. Norditropin is also used for children that were considered significantly small for gestational age that … Continue reading

Zomacton Prescriptions for Human Growth Hormone Deficiency

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 10th, 2024

3d tablets SBI 300268925 300x268Reading Time: 3 minutes Staying healthy as you get older depends on a variety of factors. Hormone Balance is one of the keys to vitality and longevity, and there's a lot that you can do to naturally support healthy hormone levels throughout your life. Eating well, staying active, and limiting vices all help keep your body in optimal shape and help to maintain robust Hormone Levels. Human Growth Hormone is one of the lynchpin hormones that keep all your systems running in healthy sync. HGH is a potent metabolic hormone that helps unleash the energy stored in your fat cells and also helps keep … Continue reading

Ipamorelin Acetate Peptide Treatment Boosts HGH Levels

Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 10th, 2024

people and sports elderly man working out on treadmill in fitness gym among young peop SBI 310156706 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes As one gets older, taking active steps to safeguard health and well-being becomes crucial. Our bodies are highly resilient when we're young and rapidly bounce back from injury and illness. Endurance and strength are at their peak during early adulthood. In mid-life, good lifestyle choices, including hormone balance, can be taken to improve our overall health. Ipamorelin Acetate is one such tool that can be used to improve HGH Levels in the human body. Do you ever wonder why we lose our vigor as we get older? While there is a diverse range of reasons why we begin to struggle … Continue reading

Why Does the Middle East Have the Lowest Cancer Rates Across the Globe?

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 9th, 2024

middle east lowest cancer rates around the world 300x199Reading Time: 4 minutes Unfortunately, cancer has still not been cured yet, despite our best efforts. It is still something that pretty much everybody fears hearing as their diagnosis or the diagnosis of a loved one. We know that some people are more genetically prone to developing certain cancers (for example, breast cancer), and some are caused by lifestyle choices (for example, lung cancer). One exciting finding as of late is that the people of the Middle East or West Asia have the lowest cancer rates worldwide. Why is this? Also, how can this be when they consume the highest amounts of sugar – … Continue reading

More Muscle = Better Cancer Fighter

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 8th, 2024

more muscle better chance to beat cancer 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Working out, losing weight, and building muscle are great for overall health and longevity, but keeping those gains could mean more than just improved health – it could literally save your life from cancer. In this article, we will discuss the exciting result of a recent study on cancer. Cancer is still a scary diagnosis for everyone, and anything that can help to beat that diagnosis is a severe win in our book. Let’s learn how muscle mass is significantly associated with better survival rates among patients with advanced cancer. Higher Muscle Mass Correlates with Improved Survival The results of … Continue reading

The (Surprising) Necessity for Estrogen in Men

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 7th, 2024

importance of estrogen in men 300x199Reading Time: 3 minutes Most men would say that estrogen is not that important for men or even harmful to men. All we need is testosterone! Estrogen is for women ONLY. This is most definitely not true, however. Just like with almost everything in life, there is balance -- the same goes for hormones especially, and even with estrogen and testosterone in the male body. The day-to-day wellness of men is drastically affected by estrogen, believe it or not. Estrogen and Testosterone: The Two Main Sex Hormones The main form of estrogen is estradiol. There is also estrone and estriol, but when we say … Continue reading

Need Better Sleep? Try Eating Pistachios Before Bed!

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 6th, 2024

eat pistachios to get better sleep natural melatonin source 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes In modern times, many Americans have issues with getting to sleep and maintaining a deep sleep throughout the night. There are several reasons behind this worsening trend. These include too much light just before bedtime, blue light in the bedroom from gadgets, increased stress levels, hormone imbalance, too much caffeine, etc. Some people combat this by adding melatonin supplements to their bedtime routine, in addition to removing some of the stressors in their life and improving their lifestyles. Get Your Melatonin from Natural Foods Melatonin is an important hormone that is naturally produced by our bodies. It tells our body … Continue reading

Low Testosterone – A Possible Link to Rheumatoid Arthritis Risk?

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 5th, 2024

low testosterone linked to higher odds rheumatoid arthritis risk 300x130Reading Time: 5 minutes With low testosterone on the rise worldwide, more research and focus have been made on the health effects of low-T for men and even women. We’ve realized that low-T can cause serious problems, such as depression, as well as other issues such as erectile dysfunction, poor muscle mass leading to sarcopenia, fat gain, etc. For women, it’s usually a low sex drive and painful sex. In addition, it’s been noted in multiple studies that men with low testosterone are more susceptible to COVID-19 and exhibit worse symptoms the lower their testosterone is. Scientific research shows us that low testosterone may … Continue reading

Tlando is on the Market – Oral Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 4th, 2024

tlando oral form of testosterone replacement therapy released 300x199Reading Time: 3 minutes If you’ve been on the fence about testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) because you hate the thought of needles or think creams/gels are just messy and risky with little ones around, then here’s your chance to experience the benefits of testosterone therapy to treat hormone imbalance. Halozyme Therapeutics has announced its commercial launch of Tlando – an oral treatment for men suffering from low testosterone, also known as hypogonadism. Hypogonadism can be a debilitating condition that is on the rise across the United States. Taking a Pill for Low Testosterone is Now the Real Deal For decades, the only option for … Continue reading

My Millennial Transformation

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 3rd, 2024

my millenial transformation with human growth hormone 300x200Reading Time: 5 minutes First, let me say that HGH (human growth hormone) supplementation isn’t for everyone. Some people don’t need it, and for people who don’t need it, it can be very bad for you. Your health could be harmed or ruined if you follow some unqualified person’s sales pitch and take it willy-nilly. But if you do need it, then it will transform your life for the better. And now, I will tell you how it transformed my life. (The only way to know if you need HGH or not is to get tested by a qualified clinic working with world-class labs … Continue reading

Look Out For Those Hormone Scammers!

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 2nd, 2024

watch out for HGH scams 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes Human Growth Hormone (HGH) replacement therapy is often described as a godsend and a miracle for those with a deficiency of this natural substance. It’s life-changing and beneficial. Comments like “I’ve got my life back now” are not uncommon after starting the therapy. “Not just my love life,” one patient explained, “though that’s back with a bang — but also my ability to work all day long without feeling tired and weak; my productivity has gone way up. My mental alertness and ability to reason and solve problems have shot way, too. It’s like I have the energy, stamina, and … Continue reading

A Tale of Two Friends — Hormone Deficiency Testimonials

Written by Professor Anna Gray, Updated on May 1st, 2024

hormone deficiency testimonial 300x184Reading Time: 3 minutes I have two friends who suffer from adult-onset hormone deficiency. Their stories are very, very different. But they start out the same. Let’s call my friends Fred and Art (not their real names). Both were in their mid-40s when all this started to happen. The 40s should be a great time in a man’s life. You’re mature enough to know yourself and leverage that knowledge into confidence, wisdom, and success with a career and success in love. And women can sense that maturity about you, coupled with plenty of pure animal energy that almost all healthy men in their 40s … Continue reading

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