Improved Quality of Life

GHD leads to a range of symptoms that can impede your daily functioning and decrease your quality of life.

The condition is often poorly diagnosed, especially when originating from less common causes such as head injuries and brain trauma. In turn, this can lead to inappropriate treatment and increased risk of long-term adverse consequences.

HGH Improve Quality of Life

If GHD is left untreated, you may experience debilitating symptoms such as anxiety, depression, poor sleep, and chronic fatigue. They will worsen with time and progressively decrease your quality of life.

Currently, the only effective treatment to alleviate the symptoms and improve the quality of life in GHD is to initiate growth hormone replacement therapy using recombinant HGH.

How does HGH improve quality of life?

The growth hormone plays a key role in your energy metabolism and the functioning of your brain. For example, if you have adult-onset GHD then you are at an increased risk of atypical depression which manifests with sleepiness, fatigue, and hypersensitivity.

HGH therapy is shown to successfully treat the symptoms of atypical depression and improve the quality of life in adults with GHD.

Furthermore, scientists reveal that chronic fatigue and emotional disturbances are the quality of life aspects that respond best to treatment with HGH.

These benefits can also be sustained during long-term therapy since trials lasting for up to 10 years show dramatic improvements in quality of life compared to untreated patients.

The treatment can also help improve other aspects of daily functioning and overall well-being such as sleep quality and hypersensitivity.

For example, 3 months of HGH therapy were sufficient to improve sleep quality and sleep latency in a small group of GHD patients.

Several other clinical trials report reduced sensitivity towards pain in individuals with fibromyalgia and chronic low back pain syndrome.

The benefits of the growth hormone for your mood and energy levels can also affect your ability to focus and concentrate. HGH therapy can help improve your cognitive function and reduce symptoms of brain fog, difficulty concentrating and decreased attention span.

How long does it take?

According to a previously mentioned study in patients with adult-onset GHD and related atypical depression, it took about 1 month of therapy until there was a noticeable improvement in at least one aspect of quality of life.

The quality of life was assessed via questionaries and the first aspects to improve included emotional reaction and social isolation scores.

After 2 months of therapy, the patients also experienced an improvement in their mood and depression scores. In addition, it took up to 3 months to improve energy levels and reduce sleep disturbances.

Yet, keep in mind that it may take several months to a year of HGH therapy to achieve the maximum of these benefits. Furthermore, the effects are not permanent and will go away after stopping the treatment.

What else do you get with improved well-being?

Improved levels of energy and better mood can have tremendous benefits for your professional and social life.

For example, feeling more energetic can boost your productivity at work. This in turn will bring financial benefits or help you grow your business.

Better sleep quality and reduced sleep latency can help your recovery after training sessions.

Furthermore, an improved mood will help form better relationships with colleagues, business partners, friends, relatives, and loved ones.

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