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There are many users of prescription HGH formulas as the reasons for
undergoing hormone therapy is wide and varied. The most common use of
prescription HGH, especially when it was first launched, almost two
decades ago, was for the treatment of conditions in children, such as
stunted growth, to help reduce excess body fat and encourage weight loss
(treatment of obesity, whatever the cause) and for reversing the signs of
early aging due to the reduced production of naturally occurring HGH.


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Prescription HGH, Human Growth Hormone, HGH Supplements, HGH, Advice HGH


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There are many users of prescription HGH formulas as the reasons for
undergoing hormone therapy is wide and varied. The most common use of
prescription HGH, especially when it was first launched, almost two
decades ago, was for the treatment of conditions in children, such as
stunted growth, to help reduce excess body fat and encourage weight loss
(treatment of obesity, whatever the cause) and for reversing the signs of
early aging due to the reduced production of naturally occurring HGH.


<b>Scope of use of prescription HGH: beyond the realm of bodybuilding,
delayed growth in children and a miracle cure for dismissing wrinkles</b>

Prescription HGH has grown tremendously in the scope and use of the
various aspects it helps treat today: combating premature aging,
converting body fats to lean muscle, adding bulk where needed and inches
to shorter statures are pertinent issues commonly associated within the
realm of prescription HGH. With the beauty industry growing manifold and
younger persons opting for skin care measures to prevent anti-aging even
as 60+seniors push their way to higher endurance levels and enhanced
physical appearance concerns with as much gusto as younger counterparts
keen to make the most of energy boosters, there is more and more
scientific support coming into the area of prescription HGH as well as
non-prescription and lower potency options for HGH releasers.


While aesthetics of anti-aging benefits as proffered by regular and
controlled use of prescription HGH are high in demand of beauty conscious
persons, there are no less medical concerns being aired as to whether
these demands are justifiable simply because people have the money to pay
for the expensive prescription HGH as opposed to the medical fraternity
that needs it more to treat extreme cases of obesity, stunted growth and
beat unusually high stress levels, common eruptions of a competitive
world today. The fact remains, as ugly as it sounds, the truth about
prescription HGH being available in counterfeit form has brought the
whole matter under a cloud and few are eager to try it out without
initially consulting a medical expert, who will in turn, only recommend
it for severe obesity or stunted growth problems, when coupled with
surgery or another intervention to reduce side-effects.


<b>Is prescription HGH only meant for children? Learning about who can
benefit from prescription HGH</b>


Yes, prescription HGH prescription was essentially meant for under-
developed children who needed a growth boost, but over the years, the
market for this synthetically manufactured growth enhancer has also grown
to accommodate needs from other sectors. This is simply because growth
hormone deficiencies do not just affect children; it can happen to adults
too. The hormone, HGH, reduces in production level after adulthood and
this reduced HGH level can significantly impact adults because it is
critical to health issues like tissue repair, healing, muscle growth,
bone strength, brain function, physical and mental health, energy and
metabolism balancing; here is where prescription HGH plays a positive and
almost life-changing role in helping to accelerate HGH production levels
in the body. Thus, even the body's ability to produce HGH declines, say
beyond the age of 35 or 40, many doctors recommend prescription HGH for
patients whose IGF-1 levels are below 200 since this low level is
indicative of HGH deficiency and diagnosis most likely would reveal AGHD,
or Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency. Post 1996, the FDA's approval of
recombinant human growth hormone for use in adult patients has come
through and now prescription HGH prescription is extensively and safely
used for treating deficient adults.


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