HGH Replacement Therapy Treating Low HGH Levels and Deficiency
Some medical conditions that are mental, motivation or energy level associated, especially those related to HGH hormone imbalance, can have a wide variety of deleterious symptoms that often lead people to be misdiagnosed or under-diagnosed, or prescribed the wrong medications and treatments. Low HGH in adult men and women, also known as Adult Onset Growth Hormone Deficiency (AGHD) or Hypopituitarism, can result in flagging low energy, feelings of anxiety and chronic fatigue, these are symptoms that often manifest as a consequence of other health issues affecting the patient which are less readily apparent. Sometimes these mental and physical health issues can be the result of deficiencies in hormones like HGH and testosterone, which can be replaced through injections.
In order to get the best possible injectable HGH replacement treatment, it is important for both doctor and patient to understand how these psychological symptoms can be the result of other factors in a patient’s medical profile, not just hormone decline. Before turning to psychiatric medications, it’s important to rule out other potential causes that can lead to these conditions. Sometimes people become depressed because of obesity or hormone decline, and that’s what our HGH doctors will evaluate at our HGH clinic. Are you low in HGH? A simple IGF-1 test can determine if you are deficient in HGH, you might have hypopituitarism. Are you low in testosterone? A simple blood test can be conducted at a local labcorp center to determine if you have hypogonadism (low t). Take the first step at our HGH rejuvenation clinic. To reach us, the communication form is available for you to provide your confidential information, so you can reach us to discuss your hormone replacement therapy options. Our HGH Clinic serves the whole USA, so be sure to fill out the form and then call us, to talk about HGH injections, testosterone replacement therapy and Sermorelin Acetate. Our HRT clinic provides all kinds of excellent HGH, Sermorelin, Testosterone and HCG Diet Hormone Replacement Treatment programs.
The following list provides some items to be aware of for when a patients complain about symptoms of weight gain, obesity, fatigue, declining libido, sadness, depression, mood swings or anxiety:
These Medications Can Sometimes Have Side Effects that Cause Unintended Mental Effects
Often, a patient experiences psychological symptoms as a result of medicines that they are taking, whether those medicines are prescription or over the counter. The following are some medications that can lead to feelings of Depression, Anxiety, and Exhaustion:
- Muscle Relaxers
- SSRIs (This may come to a surprise to some patients, but in some patients, SSRIs can suppress some feelings associated with depression, while others to experience these feelings more acutely)
- H2 Blockers
- Parkinson Medications
Testosterone Deficiency, Low T and Hypogonadism Can Cause Depression, Anxiety, Fatigue and Obesity
Depression, anxiety, obesity and fatigue are very common symptoms of Testosterone Deficiency, the medical term most often used to describe this is hypogonadism and in the popular culture it has been labelled Low T. If a patient is feeling down, psychologically, and they report that these feelings seem to have crept up on them over time, there is a real chance that these psychological symptoms are a direct result of Low-T (hypogonadism) and Andropause (number of age related symptoms associated with hgh decline). Andropause is a serious medical condition in which the normal decline of Testosterone with age leads to symptoms associated with suppressed Testosterone Levels. These symptoms include:
- Depression – men and women with low hgh or testosterone sometimes describe feelings of sadness for no reason.
- Anxiety – men and women with low IGF-1 levels or low t (hypogonadism) sometimes describe getting anxiety out of the blue.
- Fatigue – men and women with declining levels of testosterone or hgh can experience being tired after a full night’s rest.
- Weight Gain – both men and women gain weight when their hormones are not balanced or in decline.
- Loss of Muscle Mass – in our 40s we easily can lose a pound of muscle and gain a pound of fat due to hormone decline.
- Poor Cholesterol Balance – diet is the best predictor of cholesterol imbalance, but so is genetics, a lipid panel should be conducted.
- Arthritis – arthritis is often a disease associated with old age, poor joint health and in young people genetics.
- Elevated Blood Sugar – eating a low glycemic diet, is one of the best ways to naturally boost ones vital hormones like their HGH Levels.
- Reduced Capacity for Exercise – with HGH and Testosterone hormone decline, finding motivation to exercise can be very difficult.
Hypogonadism often called Low T
Low-T (hypogonadism) or Low Testosterone is one of the most common causes of these psychological symptoms in older patients with no history of depression and anxiety in the past, and that do not have relatives that have experienced depression in the past. In order to effectively assess Testosterone Deficiency, it is important to both measure Free and Total Testosterone. A patient can have clinically normal Total Testosterone Levels and still have Testosterone Deficiency. It is the amount of Bioavailable Testosterone that is most important in the diagnosis of Testosterone Deficiency, not the total amount circulating through the blood stream. Treating testosterone deficiency with injectable testosterone cypionate, testosterone enanthate or testosterone propionate can provide relief when conducted with a proper hormone replacement protocol.
The main symptoms that can clue a doctor or patient into Testosterone Deficiency are reduced libido, erectile dysfunction, fat gain, muscle loss, fatigue, inhibited well-being, and year-round cold sensitivity, in addition to the psychological symptoms explained above. Because Testosterone Deficiency is a complex medical disorder, it is the collection of symptoms rather than the appearance of any single symptom that reveals the likelihood of Hypogonadism.
Hypothyroidism Commonly Leads to Feelings of Exhaustion, Anxiety, and Depression
Hypothyroidism isn’t as common as Testosterone Deficiency, but it can lead to severe issues related to metabolism and energy, which can directly impact psychological wellness. The Thyroid is the energy center for the brain, and if the thyroid isn’t producing sufficient amounts of particular hormones, it can lead to severe energy deficits. Thyroid Hormone Therapy is incredibly effective at normalizing metabolism and energy levels, but it can also take an extended period of time, often months, before it truly provides overwhelming benefits to the patient. Generally, Hypothyroidism is treated with Bio-Identical Thyroid Stimulating Hormone Therapy. Thyroid issues can lead to both major weight loss, or serious problems with obesity, because the thyroid plays a very important roll in metabolism. One should have blood analysis done every 3 months to measure their thyroid levels.
Depression Is a Common Symptom of Ovarian Cancer
Ovarian Cancer is a serious condition that often gets caught later than it should. One of the initial symptoms that women experience as a result of Ovarian Cancer is depression. This symptom often manifests in the patient in the months and years preceding more severe symptoms. By the time the most obvious symptoms of Ovarian Cancer become apparent, the patient is in much greater danger, because the cancer is usually in its later stages by the time these more powerful symptoms manifest. Women should go to their doctor quickly if they are experiencing feelings of depression, because this can potentially save their life. In other words hormone decline isn’t always the culprit when depression sets in.
Sleep Apnea and Restless Leg Syndrome Can Both Lead to Exhaustion, Fatigue, and Depression
Sleep Apnea is a medical condition in which a patient does not get healthy sleep, because their breathing becomes disrupted, depriving oxygen to the body and brain. If the condition becomes severe enough, the patient will often wake up with a start, gasping for air, but the condition often manifests as loud snoring. When a patient isn’t getting the restful sleep that they need, they wake up tired and exhausted, no matter how long that they stay in bed.
On top of that, Sleep Apnea severely impacts the body’s natural production of Testosterone and Human Growth Hormone, because both of these hormones are primarily produced during sleep. As we mentioned earlier, Testosterone Deficiency is another cause of fatigue and depression, and patients with Sleep Apnea often experience significant psychological and metabolic symptoms resulting from their condition. Medical conditions not associated with low HGH or testosterone deficiency, can often cause these same hormones to decline.
Sleep Apnea is most effectively treated with breathing devices. Some patients do fine with specialized mouthpieces designed to facilitate airflow, whereas other patients need a CPAP Machine, which provides a steady stream of air to keep airways open. Severe sleep apnea sometimes requires surgery or other methods to correct.
Restless Leg Syndrome
Restless Leg Syndrome leads to similar issues, but with a different root source. Restless Leg Syndrome is a condition in which the patient is unable to keep their legs still during sleep, or they feel the uncomfortable urge to move their legs, which disrupts their sleep. This is a real neurological disorder, and it can prevent the patient from getting healthy sleep because they either have trouble falling asleep, or they can’t get restless sleep because of their unconscious movements.
Get Hormone Treatment from a reputable HGH and Testosterone Clinic
There are a number of medications that can lead to or exacerbate Restless Leg Syndrome, including MAO-Inhibitors, SSRIs, and any medication which suppresses dopamine, such as Reglan and certain antipsychotics. Commonly, Restless Leg Syndrome is treated with a low dose opiate, Klonopin, or Requip. The best thing for you to do is get more than one opinion, contact us if you are feeling symptoms associated with depression, obesity, anxiety or fatigue, we can send you to a local hormone clinic or blood draw center in your town, or city, to test your HGH and testosterone levels. If you are low in these vital hormones, we can offer you HGH and testosterone replacement programs to optimize your hormone levels. There is no reason for you to feel fatigue, anxiety, depression or suffer from weight management issues, HRT hormone replacement treatments might be right for you. We offer hormone treatments for both men and women. Fill out the contact form on our web site, and then call us to confirm you filled out the form. We can talk to you about the costs associated with these programs and how to get started.