Hormone Replacement Therapy
Hormone replacement therapy can occur in both men and women. It most often refers to women who need help stabilizing their hormones during peri-menopause and consists of either estrogen replacement (ERT) or estrogen and progesterone replacement therapy (HRT). There are other kinds of hormone replacement therapy, however, and the use of various types of drugs that can also be used as performance enhancers fall into some of these categories.
The first type of deficiency in the body is a growth hormone deficiency. This occurs from pituitary issues often resulting from tumors, surgery or radiation. growth hormone deficiencies can show itself in symptoms such as weight gain, increased fat mass and decreased muscle mass. Additional symptoms of growth hormone deficiencies include cardiovascular problems possibly due to increased blood lipid levels as well as reduced muscle mass in the heart. People with growth hormone deficiencies can also manifest themselves as psychological impairment and loss of memory and concentration.
Human growth hormone therapy at low enough doses to minimize and even avoid side effects has shown to diminish or eliminate these symptoms.
Growth hormones play an important role in children’s bodies that researchers are now studying its effects on adults. Natural levels of growth hormones automatically decline as people age. It is thought that perhaps supplementing it might be key to helping aging adults fight symptoms of aging such as helping them gain and maintain muscle, helping wounds heal faster and increasing energy levels.
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