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HGH Directions

So You Received Your Box Of Growth Hormone. So now what do I do?     Remove the protective caps from the two vials. With one alcohol swab, clean both the rubber top of the vial that contains the powder and the rubber top of the vial that contains diluent. Use next the sterile diluent […]

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Sermorelin

Sermorelin is a biological active analog of growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) that is produced by the human brain to stimulate production and release of growth hormone by the pituitary gland. During youth, ample amounts of GHRH are produced so that the pituitary is able to provide the body with sufficient growth hormone to sustain […]

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Dermatopause

The skin begins to show natural signs of aging when a person reaches their mid-20s. Signs of aging generally include: Loss of Pigmentation Wrinkles Redistribution of Fat Loss of Bone Mass We provide several treatment options to slow this process as well as hide the damage that has already been done. We also can help […]

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Electropause

The beneficial effects of Estradiol and Estriol on cerebral perfusion and cognition have been identified. There are estrogen and progesterone receptors all over the brain. Estrogen loss results in a decline in serotonin. When women in peri-menopause / menopause come into the physician’s office depressed they probably don’t have an Elavil™ deficiency, they probably have […]

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Immunopause

It comes as little surprise that as you age, your body loses its ability to fight off disease, as well as being at greater risk for complications which come with age. There are several exciting avenues of research into this topic. No one should be surprised, however, that vitamin and mineral levels are important. We […]

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Somatopause

Somatopause is the point in the aging process where the pituitary gland’s production of Somatropin, a peptide hormone which stimulates growth and cell reproduction, decreases. Somatropin is commonly known as Growth Hormone and in humans is referenced as rhGH. Though growth ends with sexual maturity, GH continues to be secreted throughout life for the maintenance […]

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Andropause

Andropause is the decrease, over time, of male hormone levels. The most obvious being Testosterone, but there are four others with parts to play. Testosterone is one of several sex hormones (or steroids) naturally produced by the body. These interact with each other, as well as other hormones, so balancing Testosterone alone requires balancing several […]

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Menopause

Menopause is the decrease, over time, of female hormone levels. Estrogen is usually the first thing that comes to mind. Estrogen is one group of sex hormones (or steroids) naturally produced by the body. The three major, naturally occurring Estrogens are: Estrodiol, Estriol, and Estrone. Sex hormones are all inter-related, requiring continuous fine-tuning to maintain […]

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Cardiopause

There have been four large prospective trials that have been recently reviewed, all demonstrated decreases when hormone replacement therapy was started at the mean age of 53 years. Early hormone replacement therapy is protective; it prevents arterial plaques and coronary arterial disease, but will not prevent or reduce already existing disease. The cardiovascular risks are […]