Signs of Adult Human Growth Hormone Deficiency

Adult growth hormone deficiency, also known as acquired GHD, is frequently brought on by inflammation, infections, autoimmune conditions, radiation therapy, or pituitary gland tumors. Adults may experience the following symptoms of low human growth hormone:


  • A sudden decline in body mass
  • Fatigue
  • Low levels of energy
  • Low levels of physical endurance 
  • Reduced bone density and strength
  • Sensitive to heat and cold more intensely
  • Deterioration of mental stability
  • Avoiding social interaction 
  • Avoiding social interaction 
  • Drier skin


Growth hormone is essential for a healthy physiology of the muscles in adults. One of the most noticeable symptoms of too little growth hormone in adults is a higher level of body fat, especially around the waist. Human cholesterol levels and bone density are affected by a change in the ratio of low-density to high-density lipoproteins. Human growth hormone (GH) is essential for healthy brain function, so adult symptoms of low GH lead to a reduction in brain activity. This typically results in feelings of ongoing isolation and loneliness, decreased sexual function and interest, anxiety, and depression.


Weak muscles, fatigue, loss of muscle mass, and low levels of overall stamina are all symptoms of insufficient growth hormone. Low GH levels in adults also cause osteoporosis, a condition marked by low bone density and a high risk of breaking bones. Blood tests show variations in cholesterol profile due to elevated triglyceride levels. All of these things make the body more sensitive to temperature changes.


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