Filling the Growth Hormone deficiency can help restore bone density, heart function and general health. See if it’s appropriate for you.
HGH is produced in the small gland called the pituitary gland that is located at the base of the brain. When a girl is young, the hormone is produced in abundance. After about the age of 3o, levels of GH decline as the body slows down. When the body slows, so does all parts of it, including the pituitary gland.

There is nothing that a person can do to improve the performance of the pituitary gland, but hormone replacement therapy can put back bio-identical growth hormone called HGH back into the body. This medication is an exact replica of what the pituitary already produces and hence, why it is accepted so well into the system.

Why Does HGH Hormone Decline With Age?

It is an inevitability that growth hormone will decline with age because the pituitary gland that is responsible for making it slows down with age – just as every part of the body does as well. As people age, all organs, tissues and glands slow down. Mental capacity slows down. Sexual feelings and a body’s ability to function in a sexual way slow down.

Learn More: Anti-Aging Therapy

Aging after approximately 30 brings on a decline in growth hormone and there is nothing that can be done to stop that from occurring. This is why HRT is so popular. Therapy to put back missing hormone with a bio-identical replica of what is missing is how symptoms from the lack of growth hormone are slowed down or ceased altogether. So many people benefit from HRT and this is why it is so popular across the country.

How HRT Works?