Benefits of rHGH (recumbent human Growth Hormone)

Human growth hormone (HGH) helps to keep muscles strong as we become adults. It helps to regulate the body's metabolic functions, promotes healthy immune responses and repairs cell damage to skin and internal organs. In addition, later in life, HGH helps us to maintain a healthy body composition. Below are some of the key benefits of HGH.

Increases Muscle Mass - HGH helps to increase lean muscle, and strengthens ligaments and joints, repairing damaged tissue. HGH helps to promote fat loss and lessens muscle loss. It also helps to promote healthy weight gain.

Increases healthy sexual functioning - As we age, sexual function and performance can decrease, having peaked during puberty. People who have lower levels of HGH can have decreased sexual function and libido. HGH replacement therapy can result in enhanced sexual function and increased libido.

Helps Manage Diabetes - When used with Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1), HGH can help to regulate glucose levels in the blood. It can also help to reduce abdominal fat around the internal organs. It has been shown that the use of HGH can help to enhance the effects of insulin, increasing the absorption of glucose by the nerve cells and muscular cells, including the cardiac cells. This action helps to prevent glucose from being absorbed by fat cells, producing a beneficial effect on insulin sensitivity and helping to control diabetes. A side-effect of lower blood sugar levels is to help reduce complications associated with diabetes such as cardiac illness, diabetic retinopathy, and peripheral nerve damage (neuropathy).

Can Improve Eye Sight - Older people can have to deal with deteriorating eyesight with problems such as cataracts and glaucoma, and this can negatively affect their quality of life. It has been suggested that HGH could help to improve vision, and benefits may include improved ability to focus and to adapt to darkness, and an improvement in the sharpness of vision. There is the possibility that HGH could help to manage macular degeneration, and it may help to repair damage to the eyes. It is thought to have these beneficial effects due to its ability to strengthen the muscles in the eye, improving vision.

Increases Bone Density - The hormonal changes that occur with age can lead to a reduction in the body's ability to absorb calcium and other important minerals needed for bone density. As a result bones can become lighter and thinner, and more porous and brittle, increasing the risk of fractures. Up to the age of thirty, HGH levels within the body are usually sufficient to maintain healthy bones, but after this age the levels can fall quite steeply, affecting bone mineralisation. HGH therapy helps to increase bone density through increasing the amount of calcium deposited in the bones.

Increases Hair Growth - HGH helps to encourage new hair growth, and slows down hair loss. It also helps to prevent the premature greying of hair.

Increases Metabolism - Growth hormone positively affects lipid, protein and carbohydrate metabolism. Sometimes this is a direct effect of HGH, but in others it is thought to be due to IGF-1. It can also be due to both direct and indirect effects .Growth hormone generally helps to stimulate protein anabolism, resulting in increased protein synthesis, increased amino acid uptake and a decrease in the oxidation of proteins.

Lose Fat From Around the Waist - Many people struggle to lose fat from their belly, but HGH therapy burns fat in this area, enabling users to achieve a more desirable body shape while building muscle.

Lowers Blood Pressure - HGH therapy can improve cardiac function and lung function, which in turn can help to reduce blood pressure. Tests have shown diastolic blood pressure levels could reduce by approximately 10% through the use of HGH therapy in adults deficient in Growth Hormone.

Lowers Cholesterol - HGH therapy has been shown to help lower bad cholesterol LDL levels and to raise good cholesterol HDL levels in patients increasing growth hormone levels with replacement therapy, improving cholesterol profiles.

Reduces Stress. Insomnia, obesity and stress have all been linked to human growth hormone, creating a vicious circle that can be difficult to break. HGH therapy can break the pattern, improving sleep patterns, helping to make it easier to manage stress and obesity.

Halts muscle Wasting - Muscle wasting or cachexia is a condition that can be found in cancer patients who are receiving chemotherapy, amongst those suffering from anorexia, and also those with AIDS who have lost at least 10% of body weight. Chemotherapy often results in a loss of appetite due to nausea, and as a result the body will transform carbohydrates into the fuel required for survival. Anorexics who are unable to eat enough will find their body will first burn fat reserves, before resorting to burning muscle. AIDS patients often suffer from muscle loss which can be due to a variety of different reasons as infections can prevent the absorption of nutrients. HGH therapy can help to build new muscles, making it easier for patients to gain and maintain lean muscle mass.

Weight Loss - People on HGH therapy will find it easier to lose weight, and the body will become more sculpted due to an increase in lean muscle. This can be achieved without the need for rigorous diet and exercise. The abdominal area is especially prone to weight gain with age, but HGH therapy makes it simple to shed this fat through helping to increase metabolism and energy levels.

Faster Wound Healing - HGH can help to speed up wound healing through promoting the body's ability to heal and repair cells. It can help to repair internal and external injuries, and can lessen muscle wasting if a person is immobilised due to injury.