What is HGH?
Posted May 22, 2015 in Sho-Stopper Recipes
HGH, human growth hormone, is responsible for growth spurts in children and adolescents. It is also necessary for the regulation of body fluids, muscle development, bone growth, and sugar and fat metabolism. Some evidence suggests HGH assists with cardiovascular function as well, though this claim is not fully supported by the scientific community.
As we age, levels of HGH begin to decline. This can result in issues such as decreased immunity, weight gain, mental cloudiness and confusion, osteoporosis, and other symptoms of bodily deterioration. If you are suffering from symptoms of declining HGH, please call Beverly Hills anti-aging physician Dr. Andre Berger at (310) 276-4494 to schedule your hormone replacement therapy consultation today.
Hormone Replacement Therapy
Declining levels of HGH and the symptoms accompanying this condition can often be completely reversed through hormone replacement therapy (HRT). As a diplomat of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and a leader in anti-aging, wellness and non-surgical treatments, Dr. Berger is uniquely equipped to help you determine if HRT is right for you. We encourage you to call our Beverly Hills office at (310) 276-4494 or to contact us online to schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Berger today.