Have you heard about growth hormone and its power to potentially restore and regenerate?

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Human Growth Hormone (GH)

Growth hormone is a major hormone with many prominent roles. From age 30 on, growth hormone’s production and levels decline at a sharper rate than most other hormones. Once study showed at age 40 an average production of about 200 ug per day for lean men, but less than half of that in obese men.


When growth hormone falls, it may have a major emotional impact. Physical impacts are less severe, but begin with a hunch in the back, thinning and sagging skin on the face, hands and feet, muscle and bone atrophy, lower sexual function, and perhaps most importantly, a lower quality of life.

Luckily, laboratory tests exist to diagnose low growth hormone. Insulin-like growth hormone or IGF-1, also named somatomedin C, is a hormone produced by the liver under the stimulation of GH. Measuring IGF-1 levels is a good market for growth hormone activity because it has more stable blood levels than growth hormone.



What options do I have to help increase my growth hormone or benefits of growth hormone?

Growth hormone can be increased through several methods, but the most common treatments include treatment with Growth Hormone itself, use of IGF-1 directly – the byproduct of growth hormone action, or the use of a growth hormone stimulating agent named Sermorelin. Since each of these treatment methods has its list of benefits and drawbacks, the Churchill Center is here to help customize a solution that is right for you.