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Hormone Replacement Therapy Safe, Study Suggests

HGH doc 233 300x200Reading Time: 2 minutes For 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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Androgel : Men Getting Their Mojo Back!

T decrease 300x187Reading Time: 3 minutes ANDROPAUSE: 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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Comprehensive Hormone Replacement Therapy with Tesamorelin

the key to health and wellness is hormone balance 300x200Reading Time: 3 minutes 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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LCN2 Hormone Suppresses Hunger and Stops Cravings!

portrait of smiling young doctors on hospital corridor looking at camera 109530050 300x207Reading Time: 2 minutes 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 who 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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Growth Hormone and Testosterone Replacement Therapy

HGH docs 80 300x209Reading Time: 3 minutes Congratulations! 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 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, convenient...

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New Research on Hormone Replacement Therapy

HGH docs 75 300x200Reading Time: 2 minutes It 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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Andropause From The Wikipedia Encyclopedia

andropause symptoms 292x300Reading Time: 7 minutes Andropause, also known as male menopause, is the result of a gradual drop in testosterone, which is an androgen. The medical community is currently debating whether or not men go through a well-defined menopause. The condition "andropause" is currently not recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO). When andropause occurs, it is considered to be a deficiency state in which the hormone testosterone drops below the normal range for an aging male. The cause of andropause is the reduction of the hormones testosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in middle-aged men. Testosterone assists the male body in building protein and is crucial...

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The Importance of Luteinizing Hormone

LH Blue image 300x200Reading Time: 6 minutes The Key Role This Hormone Plays in Regulating the Reproductive System Luteinizing Hormone (LH) is produced by the pituitary gland and plays a vital role in controlling the reproductive system. Luteinizing Hormone is a gonadotropic hormone (the hormone responsible for stimulating the gonads and monitoring reproductive activity) that is manufactured and secreted by cells in the anterior pituitary gland. It plays a crucial role in regulating the function of the testes in men and ovaries in women. In men, LH Leydig cells in the testicles promote both testosterone and sperm production. Testosterone is also required for the development of masculine...

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Finally Explained: The Mysterious Pineal Gland

pinealcolors 300x272Reading Time: 5 minutes The 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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Melatonin: The Body’s Master Clock

melatonin chemical 300x179Reading Time: 9 minutes In our increasingly fast-paced, 24/7 connected, “do much more with much less time” society, getting a good night's sleep has, for all-too-many people become a luxury, rather than the necessity that it is. The pace of modern life, with a plethora of distractions and an ever-increasing workload, can make getting a good night's sleep challenging...far more difficult than in the past. In desperation, many have turned to sleeping pills. But this approach has its drawbacks. Sleeping Pills Have Side Effects Here are a few of the potential side effects of sleeping pills: Burning or tingling in the hands, arms, feet,...

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Hormone Therapy May Help Cut Alzheimer’s Risk

smiling young happy doctor 300x169Reading Time: 2 minutes CHICAGO -- 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 per cent 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...

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HGH Secretagogue

exercise fitness tips 300x200Reading Time: 2 minutes HGH 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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The HGH Recommended Medical Dosage – The Importance of Blood Work

HGH doc 21 300x221Reading Time: 3 minutes How 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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A Toxic Hormone is Altering the Sex and Reproduction of Aquatic Life in United States Streams

toxic chemicalReading Time: 3 minutes The 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 may be 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...

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New Research: Cognitive Therapy Could Reduce Menopausal Hot Flashes

HGH docs 377 300x225Reading Time: 3 minutes A 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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Heart Benefits From Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Doctor holding hormone therapy sign 300x192Reading Time: 2 minutes A 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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Risks of Hormones in Early Menopause Challenged

HGH docs 123 300x200Reading Time: 2 minutes Is 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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Stimulate HGH: Growth Hormone Secretagogue: Sermorelin Acetate

sermorelin_1 233x300Reading Time: 7 minutes Do You Know Anything About Secretagogues? You Should…Here’s Why Secretagogues – Another Powerful Weapon In The War On Aging The dictionary definition of secretagogue is: “A hormone or another agent that causes or stimulates secretion.” Another definition is “A secretagogue is a natural poly-amino acid chain that signals the pituitary gland to release growth hormone.” Secretagogue is not a Growth Hormone; instead, it is a forerunner to Growth Hormone. The most commonly known secretagogues are amino acids that stimulate Growth Hormone release. Studies have shown that individual amino acids (L-lysine, L-arginine, L-ornithine, and L-glutamine) can expand the body’s production of...

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Growth Hormone Explained

A game of tennis 300x200Reading Time: 6 minutes Hearing 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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Insulin-Similar Growth Factor Benefits

IGF 1 Blue image 300x200Reading Time: 7 minutes By 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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