How to Identify and Address Growth Hormone Deficiency

Growth hormone deficiency (GHD), commonly known as dwarfism or pituitary dwarfism, is a disorder caused by the body’s inability to produce enough growth hormone. GHD can be congenital (existing at birth) or develop later in life. The condition arises when the pituitary gland fails to produce enough growth hormone.

Genetic problems, serious brain injury or being born without a pituitary gland can all cause GHD. In rare cases, no obvious cause has been identified. Lower levels of other hormones, such as vasopressin (which regulates water synthesis in the body), gonadotropins (which regulate male and female sex hormones), thyrotropins (which regulate thyroid hormone production) or adrenocorticotrophic hormone (which controls the adrenal gland and related hormones), have been linked to GHD.

Signs and symptoms of deficient or low growth hormones include:

– Less muscle, strength and stamina
– Body fat levels are higher, especially around the midsection
– Anxiety and depression
– Decreased sexual function, internet & libido
– Fatigue

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, start by raising levels of certain growth factors like IGF-I and IGF-2, which are both contained in BioPro+’s genetically activated growth factor matrix. Many of the symptoms can be slowed or reversed by boosting these growth hormones without the risks of medical complications, invasive injections, high costs or long-term damage.

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