How Can I Increase My Testosterone and HGH?

Human growth hormone, HGH, is a hormone your body naturally produces in the pituitary gland. It plays a vital role in your overall quality of life, growth rate, body composition, your body’s ability to recover from injuries and disease, and much more.

When your HGH levels are high, you are well-suited for weight loss, recovery from injuries, and even optimal training for various athletic roles. When they are low, on the other hand, your body is poised for retaining fat, increasing risks of disease, and a greatly diminished quality of life.

What you may not know is that with a human growth hormone increase testosterone is sure to follow. At least that is the case with most men who are suffering from the sluggishness of a double whammy associated with low testosterone levels and reduced levels of HGH in the body.

Here’s what you need to do to boost both so you can live your best life when you feel as if you’re slowing down.

Effects of Low Testosterone

Some reduction in testosterone is a natural part of the aging process. That doesn’t mean you can’t fight it, kicking and screaming if necessary, with everything you’ve got. Low testosterone levels in men can lead to a wide range of problems including:

  • Loss of muscle mass
  • Fatigue
  • Reduced sex drive or loss of libido
  • Decreased body hair
  • Increasing body fat
  • Depression
  • Erectile dysfunction

You can see why a loss of testosterone would be especially concerning for men who are still in the primes of their lives.

Fortunately, there are quite a few options available to boost testosterone levels in men, including hormone replacement therapy for men. 

Boosting Testosterone and HGH

Fortunately, many of the things that will boost testosterone levels in men will also improve HGH levels as well. They include the following.

  • Exercise and lift weights. This is an excellent tool for boosting testosterone levels while exercising at a high intensity will help to increase your HGH level. Losing weight, of course, will help on both fronts, which exercise contributes to greatly.
  • Eat the right foods and avoid those that can derail you from your goals. For instance, eat foods that are high in protein (fish, chicken, and eggs, for instance) to help build muscle mass and boost your testosterone while avoiding sugar to enhance your HGH.
  • Get plenty of sleep. This will help with your HGH and testosterone production allowing your body to do naturally what might otherwise require supplements.

Don’t overlook the power of nutritional supplement for boosting your energy, your testosterone, and your natural ability to produce testosterone and HGH.

Hormone Replacement Therapy with Savannah Age Management Medicine

If the natural methods above aren’t working, or they aren’t working fast enough for your tastes, there is always the possibility of hormone replacement therapy through Savannah Age Management Medicine using bioidentical hormones. 

Bioidentical hormones are typically safe though, like all medication, there may be some side effects. Side effects are rare but may include any of the following or other symptoms:

  • Fluid retention
  • Increased cholesterol levels
  • Oily skin or possible acne
  • Increased sleep apnea
  • Increase aggression

For this reason, it’s always important to follow up hormone replacement treatments for men with appropriate lab work. 

Some men believe that a loss of testosterone is a simple part of the aging process and question the need for treatment. However, there are those with rebel spirits who want to maintain their youth and vitality as long as possible. These men are those who hormone replacement therapy, or HRT, serve best.

If you’re ready to regain your youth and enjoy a renewed sense of vigor and rebirth of libido, schedule your consultation today with Doctor Harry Collins at Savannah Age Management Medicine to see what we can do for you.

 

Harry Collins

Doctor Harry Collins is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a Life Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and a member of the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association. Dr. Collins received his certification in Age Management Medicine with the nationally renowned Cenegenics Medical Institute. Cenegenics' certification in Age Management Medicine is jointly sponsored by Cenegenics Education and Research Foundation (CERF) and the Foundation for Care Management in Las Vegas, Nevada. CERF and the Foundation for Care Management are accredited with honors by seven sponsoring organizations including the American Medical Association and American Board of Medical Specialties.

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