Recent clinical studies demonstrate the positive health benefits and anti-aging effects of Modern Therapy’s HGH. Our total package of therapies targets adverse effects of aging and reduces the decline of health and immunity as we gain years. This is ideal for middle-aged to older adults striving to achieve optimum health and wellness in advanced age.
With Modern Therapy’s High-Quality Injectable HGH from Pfizer, Sandoz, Serono, Genentech, Novo Nordisk, & Teva, the treatment of Hormonal Imbalance and HGH Deficiency caused by Andropause and Menopause can ultimately be yours.
Modern Therapy Age Management Physicians are Human Growth Hormone Therapy Specialists treating both Adult Men and Women with Hormone Deficiency or Imbalanced HGH and Aging. The average person thinks of the damage of aging as an inevitable process of wear and tear. However, if wear and tear were the primary cause of aging in humans, a 60-year-old should have only twice the signs of aging as a 30-year-old.
Why do most 30-year-olds show few effects of aging while the effects of aging are so obvious in a 60-year-old person? If wear and tear were the major cause of aging, a 90-year-old person would only have 3 times as much aging damage as a 30-year-old.
At the age of 30, people have spent most of their lives with fairly high levels of human growth hormone (HGH) feeling great and in good health. HGH is responsible for growth during childhood — and for the repair and regeneration of human tissue throughout our lives. By the time we reach the age of 30, our HGH levels are only about 20% of their peak levels during childhood, and after the age of 30, they continue to decline at about 14% per decade, and often much more. By the time most of us are 30 years old, our bodies no longer produce enough HGH to repair all of the damage that is occurring in our bodies. As our HGH levels continue to decline, the damage that we call aging continues to accelerate.
The decline in HGH is not the only cause of the manifestations of aging. Even if our HGH levels remained at the level of a 25-year-old, we would continue to experience the effects of aging, but those effects would be greatly reduced until we reach a very advanced age. HGH does not affect the root cause of aging, as measured by maximum lifespan but it can certainly affect many of the manifestations of aging.
By increasing the levels of HGH in our bodies, we can slow and even reverse many of the manifestations of aging. It must be done carefully, though, and under medical supervision. Ideally, this HGH replacement should begin at about the age of 30 years, but HGH replacement can be beneficial at any age above 30. In fact, for older people, HGH therapy can reverse the manifestations of aging by 5 to 15 years or more. There is no other single therapy currently available that can have an impact on the aging body that HGH can have.