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Hormone Replacement Therapy

Comprehensive Hormone Replacement Therapy with Tesamorelin

One of the pillars of good health is Hormone Balance. Hormones are the critical chemical messengers that keep your different systems and organs working in synchronicity. Hormone Imbalance can have a disastrous effect on health and wellbeing. Have you ever considered Hormone Optimization? Tesamorelin is one of the many highly effective HRT Options at our disposal that can help you achieve enhanced Hormonal Equilibrium by counteracting the effects of HGH Deficiency and Hypopituitarism. Tesamorelin GH-RH Analog Reinforces Waning HGH Levels by Bolstering Natural Production Our Licensed Hormone Specialists offer a wide range of Hormone Therapy options, including HGH Injection Therapy....

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Risks of Hormones in Early Menopause Challenged

HGH docs 123 300x200Is it safe to undergo Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)? A new study will attempt to answer that question by testing whether the precise timing and sophisticated delivery may enable early menopausal women who receive the benefits of hormones safely and without long-term risks. Some women experience severe mental and physical effects from menopause that result in misery. Substituting estrogen and progestin might ease complaints like hot flashes, irritability, brain fog, and vaginal dryness. However,  studies have concluded that undergoing hormone replacement therapy (HRT), even temporarily, is risky. In a sizeable, government-funded study called Women's Health Initiative (WHI)  released about a...

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Heart Benefits From Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Doctor holding hormone therapy sign 300x192A recent Danish study has some good news for women undergoing hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for menopausal symptoms: the therapy may both alleviate irritation from hot flashes and not raise the women's risk of heart problems or death. Skepticism concerning HRT began as a result of the findings of the Women's Health Initiative (WHI), a significant federal study that ended in 2002 when study authors determined that estrogen-progestin pills elevated risks for heart disease and breast cancer. Subsequent studies clarified some of the risks and benefits. They found that women who take estrogen-only hormone therapy (instead of combination estrogen-progestin pills)...

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New Research: Cognitive Therapy Could Reduce Menopausal Hot Flashes

HGH docs 377 300x225A British study has concluded that just a handful of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) conferences with a qualified psychologist may reduce the incidence and intensity of hot flashes that are due to menopause. CBT is a form of psychotherapy, or talk therapy, that focuses on your positive and negative attitudes towards a challenging situation in your life. Researchers, whose work is published in Menopause, found that over two-thirds of the middle-aged women involved in their study had significantly reduced hot flashes and night sweats incidences after they had undergone six weeks of CBT. That is a significant amount of patients who...

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A Toxic Hormone is Altering the Sex and Reproduction of Aquatic Life in United States Streams

toxic chemicalThe Hormone is Used in the Raising of Cattle but Finds its Way to Rivers and Streams We all know that many of our rivers and streams here in the U.S. are or have been majorly polluted in the last several decades, essentially since the industrial revolution. But things are getting better...right? Right...? Hmm maybe not as much as we'd like to think. It appears that the hormones used in the beef and dairy industry are finding their way into our streams and wetlands and wreaking havoc on the fragile aquatic life living there. This hormone is used by the...

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LCN2 Hormone Suppresses Hunger and Discourages Overeating

Researchers have investigated the effects of a hormone named Lipocalin-2 and hypothesize that the naturally occurring hormone could be used as an effective HRT Treatment for overeating and obesity. Many people that are overweight or obese struggle with their weight because their bodies do not sufficiently trigger fullness. Medical investigators are hopeful that LCN2 Therapy could help keep appetites under control and encourage improved weight loss results. LCN2 has been studied in rodents for years, and human research is on the upswing. This hormone is produced by mice and primates (including humans) and is primarily secreted from bone cells. LCN2...

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Injectable HGH Therapy Manual and Wiki Guide

Stallone 225x300An Introduction to Human Growth Hormone – HGH Wiki Guide Growth Hormone. Unless you've been living in a cave, you have probably heard about it. We see HGH mentioned on TV news and read about it in all the prominent newspapers and magazines, and on the Internet. Athletes and famous Hollywood actors are using Human Growth Hormone (HGH) for everything from sports enhancement and anti-aging, trying to turn back the clock, or for only to look and feel younger inside and out. Sylvester Stallone, aka “Rocky” and “Rambo” was busted in Australia with HGH and allegedly "misplaced" his doctor's prescription....

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Act Now to Prevent the Increasingly Common Condition of Hypothyroidism

preventative measures to avoid hypothyroidism Hashimoto 300x273At our clinic, hormones are our expertise and we need to warn you of the increasingly diagnosed condition of hypothyroidism in the United States. The most common being, Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism. What it all boils down to is a hormone imbalance, but it sometimes can be even more complex than that. Unfortunately, it’s estimated that 20 million people in the United States have hypothyroidism with the majority being women. In fact, 1 in 8 women will develop a thyroid disorder in their lifetime, and approximately 10 times more women than men develop the condition. These are some scary statistics! This is...

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The HGH Recommended Medical Dosage – The Importance of Blood Work

HGH doc 21 300x221How much Human Growth Hormone (HGH) does one use? It depends upon many considerations. Our clinic will consider your physical fitness level, your age, your medical history, your HGH levels, and the results of your blood work. After a careful review of these factors, we will feel confident in providing you with a detailed, comprehensive, and precise schedule for timing your HGH dosage. Our goal is simple: restore your Growth Hormone to your previous youthful levels. But we don't want to overdo your hormone treatment. Our goal is to find the precise level of not too much and not too...

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Hormone Replacement Therapy Safe, Study Suggests

HGH doc 233 300x200For ten years, many women going through menopause have shunned hormone replacement therapy after a landmark study suggested a link between HRT and breast cancer. A new survey, published online in the medical journal BMJ, suggests a flaw in that initial study: The women in the first report started HRT at an average age of 63. The new research follows women who began HRT at the onset of menopause (the 1,006 women involved in the study were white, healthy, and aged 45-58 years old). The study found that not only was there not an increased risk of cancer for the...

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HGH Secretagogue

exercise fitness tips 300x200HGH Secretagogue: Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy Using a Pre-Cursor Secretagogue Analog (Sermorelin) A Secretagogue is a substance that promotes secretion or release. For instance, the Secretagogue for Human Growth Hormone production. The content that tells your pituitary gland to increase HGH production is GH-RH (Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone). Sermorelin is a polypeptide chain that mimics the effects of Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone -- the substance that naturally tells your pituitary gland to increase HGH production. Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GH-RH) Therapy Sermorelin, is a Human Growth Hormone (HGH) “Secretagogue” delivered through subcutaneous Injection -- GH-RH (1-29). Growth hormone deficiency...

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Androgel : Men Getting Their Mojo Back!

T decrease 300x187ANDROPAUSE: Testosterone is a hormone produced primarily in the testicles. Men's testosterone levels naturally decline as they age. As this happens, men may only experience a few symptoms from this lower testosterone level that they can attribute to their age. However, other individuals develop hypogonadism, a disease in which the body is unable to produce reasonable amounts of testosterone due to either a problem with the testicles or the pituitary gland that controls the testicles. Hypogonadism can cause all the symptoms associated with lower testosterone levels in men younger than would usually be seen. In the case of hypogonadism, testosterone...

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Toxins Could Explain Pneumonia Damage While a Hormone Could be the Cure, Researchers Say

HGH docs 86 300x235An international team that includes scientists at Georgia Health Sciences University believes it might know why some lung damage and deaths from pneumonia occur after antibiotics appear to have cleared the lungs of the bacteria, and it might have found a “shocking” treatment to defeat it, one researcher said. Pneumonia is the leading cause of infectious death in children younger than five worldwide, claiming more than 1.5 million victims each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In the U.S., it mainly afflicts the elderly. Despite vaccines and antibiotics, pneumonia caused more than 50,000 U.S. deaths in...

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Welcome to HGH and Testosterone Replacement Therapy

HGH docs 80 300x209Congratulations! You have taken that all-important first step on a journey to a new you through the miracle of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and Testosterone Replacement Therapy. My name is Mark Smith, and I am your private health executive, who would like to talk to you about some of our hormone injection programs. BHRT Medical Solutions has access to a network of board-certified medical doctors in every state and county all across America. These physicians are happy to get you started on this exciting journey, by performing the necessary blood work and a comprehensive physical exam all in a single,...

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What You Need to Know About the Hypothalamus Gland

thyroid gland 1405039_1280 300x202The Small Gland That Does Such a Huge Job When considering Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy, the first gland that comes to mind is the pituitary gland. This is because the pituitary is the gland responsible for producing and secreting Growth Hormone.    But all of the other glands in the body play vital roles as well. In fact, most glands work as a team, in the correct balance. Growth Hormone replacement therapy can help to maintain that all-important balance. Here's a look at the crucial hypothalamus gland. The hypothalamus acts as an internal regulator of many bodily functions, such...

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Hormone Therapy May Help Cut Alzheimer’s Risk

smiling young happy doctor 300x169CHICAGO -- The latest data from a long-running study of hormone therapy suggests that women who started taking hormone replacements within five years of menopause were 30 percent less likely to develop Alzheimer's disease than women who started years later. The findings reported on Wednesday in the journal Neurology, add to evidence suggesting that taking hormone treatments around the time of menopause may be doing more than just helping women cope with hot flashes and night sweats. "Our results suggest that there may be a critical window near menopause where hormone therapy may be beneficial," Peter Zandi of Johns Hopkins...

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How to Keep Your Human Growth Hormone Treatments Legal

Leg MusclesDon’t Risk Going To Jail! We Will Provide You with Human Growth Hormone Legally and Safely You probably have read the stories about the fantastic, rejuvenating results that Human Growth Hormone (HGH) can deliver. You may be anxious to try it yourself, to see just how accurate these stories are. You may even be tempted to “cut a few corners” and obtain HGH illegally, either by direct mail imports or from underground street dealers. Neither of these “shortcuts” requires a prescription. Don’t Try Either One of These Methods We understand why you’re so eager to get going. HGH Replacement Therapy...

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New Research on Hormone Replacement Therapy

HGH docs 75 300x200It was a decade ago many women stopped undergoing Hormone Replacement Therapy, being fearful after the federal government pulled the plug on a massive ten-year study on Hormone Replacement Therapy. The study linked the hormones to cancer, heart disease, stroke, and blood clots. Now new research seems to suggest they may be safe for some women who start taking them soon after they reach menopause. A new study in the British Medical Journal suggests hormone therapy can have benefits for those in early menopause. "What's interesting about this study is it once again brings up the issue is hormone replacement...

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Esquire: Hormone Replacement Therapy For Men: A Review

Contented couple 300x200In his in-depth article on Human Growth Hormone (HGH) which appeared in the March 29, 2012, issue of Esquire magazine, Craig Davidson takes a fair and level-headed approach to this controversial topic. He begins by clearing up the misconception about hormones: performance-enhancing drugs (PED's) and testosterone and growth hormone replacement therapy are lumped together in the minds of the casual observer. Athletes are continually in the news for abusing anabolic steroids, testosterone, and growth hormone. This not only causes many to feel that they are illegal (not true; all of these substances are legally available by prescription), but most people...

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Human Growth Hormone Explained

A game of tennis 300x200Hearing a lot about Injectable Human Growth Hormone (HGH)? Is Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy Safe? Or Dangerous? Is it for you? If so, how do you get started? How can HGH benefit you? Finally, here are the answers. Discover the facts behind this powerful tool that can make you feel decades younger! Famous actors have been secretly using it for decades to keep their vibrancy and youthful appearance. Bodybuilders and professional athletes have proven its effectiveness in skyrocketing their performance. And now, regular, everyday middle-aged folks and senior citizens have jumped on the injectable Human Growth Hormone (HGH) bandwagon. Claims...

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Gene Therapy

DNAWhat is a gene? Straightforward and easy answer: The vital portion of DNA that makes us who and what we are Keep reading to learn more about this fascinating miracle of nature Why do some brothers and sisters have different physical traits such as eye color, size, and temperament in spite of sharing the same two parents? It’s all in the genes, the part of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) that is on a mission of making us who we are. DNA contains the blueprints for specific enzymes and other proteins. The genes include strands of DNA that whorl together similar to...

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The Best Ways to Boost Your Levels of HGH

Misc pills 300x200How to boost your HGH levels: The personal guide to longevity and cell regeneration medicine and understanding these most crucial elements of healthy HGH levels. To get the best results with or without an HGH replacement therapy program, incorporate an overall healthy lifestyle. Here's how to do that: 1. Regular intense exercise including cardio 90 minutes a day six days a week and weight lifting every other day (4 days a week) alternating the upper and lower body. 2. Take multivitamins, vitamin D, and Calcium supplements, amino acids, and Omega 3 (fish oil) supplements 3. Stick with a low-calorie diet...

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HGH Sprays — Fact, Fiction or Scam?

What_are_the_Different_Types_of_Nasal_Spray 300x211According to all of the leading physician-scientists: HGH (Human Growth Hormone) Sprays are the least efficient way of receiving human growth hormone exogenously (from outside the body). Here's why... First, because the dose in these sprays is so small (30,000 nanograms), at best you would get a placebo effect. Second, because HGH has difficulty penetrating the membrane of the body orally, thus it is nearly impossible to receive an adequate dose. Most doctors who prescribe HGH via injection consider HGH sprays to be an HGH scam. Most people who use the so-called HGH nasal or oral sprays, get no results...

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Human Growth Hormone Options for Administration

Subq injection angle 300x242The recommended dosage for Injectable Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Replacement Therapy is one International Unit (IU) daily, five days a week. However, keep in mind that this dosage will vary depending upon the condition and age of the patient. Also, blood analysis of your IGF-1 levels plays a significant role in our doctor's dosage recommendation. Many of our clients choose Monday through Friday as the days to take their injection….and take the weekend off. However, these days are not set in stone. Depending on your circumstance, any two days during the week are acceptable for resting from your HGH treatments....

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About IGF-1 Also Known as Somatomedin C

IGF 1 Blue image 300x200By Dr. Warner What You Need to Know About Insulin-Similar Growth Factor (IGF-1) Insulin-similar Growth Factor, also known as IGF-1, is a cell growth-stimulating hormone that is also known as somatomedin C. This protein hormone is one of the body's many hormones in the endocrine system, all of which play a vital role in cell maintenance in the cell life cycle. Seventy amino acids bind together with disulfide (any sulfide containing two sulfur atoms in each molecule - di meaning two) to makes up the molecule known for up-regulating cell development. The liver produces IGF-1, stimulated by HGH, and closely...

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IGF-1 Treatment

Sermorelin doc with friendly hand gestures 300x262  What is IGF-1? IGF-1 or Insulin-similar Growth Factor is a hormone also known as somatomedin C. This molecule is a protein hormone of the polypeptide variety like so many other hormones in the human body. IGF-1 consists of seventy amino-type acids that form one chain with three bridges of the disulfide. It is secreted and manufactured by the liver and arranged in a way that is quite similar to the structure of its molecules, like insulin. Some assume that many of the benefits that insulin provides to the body involve the production of IGF-1 by the liver. This hormone is...

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Finally Explained: The Mysterious Pineal Gland

pinealcolors 300x272The third eye. The mysterious chakra center residing directly between the eyebrows. The famous French mathematician and philosopher Rene Descartes described it as “the principal seat of the soul, and the place in which all our thoughts are formed.” Scientists consider it the producer of the hormone melatonin. Of all the endocrine glands, its role was the last to be understood. Regardless of what it brings to mind, all agree on its name: the Pineal Gland. The tiny gland is small (rice-sized), and is shaped like a pinecone, hence the name. It is a mere 1/3rd inch long, with a...

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Doctors Call For New Guidelines as Study Finds HRT ‘is Safe – and Can Protect Heart’

young doctor using smart phone 300x188Undergoing HRT is safe and can protect against heart disease without increasing cancer risks, a milestone study claims. It found women who take Hormone Replacement Therapy at the start of menopause for ten years can reduce their risk of heart failure, heart attacks, and premature death. Most importantly, the study found there was no extra risk of cancer, strokes, or blood clots even 16 years after starting HRT. HRT use dropped dramatically in 2002 when a study found women who took it were at a higher risk of breast cancer, heart disease, and strokes. A new review has called that...

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Researchers Ponder Why Estrogen-Only HRT May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

Happy healthy elderly blonde woman 200x300Breast cancer risk may decline in postmenopausal women who take estrogen-only Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT); a review released Thursday concludes. That represents a substantial change from how estrogen-only hormone therapy was viewed a decade ago, the authors said. Older observational studies suggested that both of the primary forms of hormone therapy -- estrogen-only for women who have had hysterectomies and an estrogen-progestin combination for women with uteruses -- raised breast cancer risk. The landmark Women's Health Initiative found that the estrogen-progestin combination did significantly increase the possibility of breast cancer in postmenopausal women. However, the estrogen-alone arm of the study...

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HGH Therapy Reverses Biological Age by 1.5 Years In Groundbreaking Study

HGH therapy reverses biological age 300x200While there's no such thing as the Fountain of Youth, researchers and medical scientists are always looking for inventive and effective ways to help men and women live longer and healthier lives. A recent study released by Cell Aging sought to explore the potential benefits of Human Growth Hormone Injections concerning Epigenetic Age. What Is Epigenetic Age? You may not realize it, but it is possible to measure age in multiple ways. While your Chronological Age is revealing, it doesn't tell the whole story. We all age at a unique rate based on several factors related to lifestyle, environment, and...

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