How and Why Hollywood increase Human Growth Hormone levels?

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How and Why Hollywood increase Human Growth Hormone levels?

Sometimes, it's hard to age gracefully. That is especially true if you develop a hormone deficiency. Hormone deficiencies affect both men and women.

While a hormone deficiency can affect men and women differently, both genders also have many of the same symptoms. Symptoms include fatigue, weight gain, loss of sex drive, headaches, muscle loss, and bone density loss.

Adults who want more vitality, more muscle mass and healthier bones often seek out hormone replacement therapy for men.

Those who are interested in human growth hormone therapy or any type of bio-identical therapies should first talk to their doctor. A blood test would be done and then a customized plan can be developed to address any issues that are popping up. It could change the quality of your life. To find out more, please fill out the contact form at

Nature of Human Growth Hormone
This hormone is created naturally in the body and is responsible for healthy growth in children. It is what is responsible for growing bones, good organ function and things like height and muscles. HGH is produced by the pituitary gland and gets some help in its function from the adrenal gland.

As we age past 30 years old, the body begins to produce less of this hormone. It decreases to 50 percent by age 40. However, some people have a faster rate of natural decline so they experience the effects of hormone deficiency much sooner than they should. These are adults that benefit from HGH replacement. This treatment was approved by the FDA in 1985 for certain conditions, including hormone deficiency.

There are a number of Hollywood celebrities with a hormone deficiency that talk about their hormone replacement therapy. Besides HGH therapy, there are also testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone replacement therapies that target specific needs.

Jane Fonda

Actress Jane Fonda, 84, revealed 18 years ago that she took testosterone to help her sex drive. While testosterone is typically associated with men, it is also produced in women as well but in smaller amounts. Women in this type of therapy are given a lesser amount than a man. It comes in a pill, gel or patch.

Fonda said she discovered the therapy around age 70 and it makes a huge difference in her libido.

Singer and songwriter Robbie Williams also talked about using testosterone by injection to help with the sexual side effects of hormone deficiency. Williams, now 46, started his therapy at 28.

Rosemary Conley
Conley, English businesswoman, author, and health guru, recently talked about her decision to start HRT therapy. Conley, 73, said she's been taking HRT therapy for years. Conley said she thought menopause wouldn't affect her, but it did. She said hormone replacement therapy was the best decision she ever made.

Kim Catrall
Rumors about Kim Catrall using HGH therapy to maintain her vitality and seemingly ageless self for years. While she has never publicly discussed it personally, her persona "Samantha" openly discusses it in the television show and movies of "Sex in the City." Likewise, Catrall has been open about going through menopause and all the changes it brings.

Jane Seymour
Actress Jane Seymour, one of the original James Bond girls and known for her role on the television show "Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman," started on HGH therapy at age 47 as she began menopause. She decided at age 54 to try a different, more holistic route, but soon found herself back to her HGH therapy because it was more effective.

She said she knew about the risks and had to weigh those with quality of life. In the end, the actress said she needed medical treatment to handle her menopausal symptoms.

There are risks with HGH therapy. For instance, taking it with the only estrogen can increase cancer risks. It is especially dangerous if you take it on your own without a doctor's care. It is also illegal. That is why reputable clinics require you to undergo a blood test to get an accurate picture of your hormone levels before you start therapy. They also require a doctor's prescription to make sure you are truly hormone deficient.

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