Some Parker residents turn to human growth hormone, or HGH, to improve their athletic performance and maintain their youth. There is a pea sized pituitary gland at the base of the brain that produces the HGH hormone and helps children grow and maintain healthy organs and tissues throughout life. Around middle age, that gland produces less and less of the HGH hormone. Many people turn to growth hormone products at this point in their lives to rejuvenate the body. We offer one product, Secretropin®, which helps maintain HGH levels, and is available at Cratos Health Calculated in Parker.
A Natural Human Growth Hormone Product in Parker
HGH acts as both a protein and hormone that is produced in the pituitary gland. It maintains healthy tissue and is believed to increase muscle mass and bone density. The production of HGH peaks during puberty and then declines in your 20s. Once it is secreted by your body, HGH becomes active and becomes inert within a matter of minutes. We offer products that promote natural HGH production for our Parker customers.
Getting Growth Hormone Products in Parker
Secretropin® is administered by our Parker providers and brings positive results to many of our patients. It's been clinically shown that this product helps increase the production of HGH and has been documented to increase growth factors such as IGF-1 and IGFBP-3 up to 650 percent. Secretropin® is thought to stimulate the pituitary gland directly, producing natural HGH. Our Parker patients utilizing these products appreciate that they help improve their overall health and wellness.
Our Parker Clinic Offers HGH to Patients
There are many reported benefits of growth hormones products at our Parker center. Some of the benefits our Parker individuals report are increases in things like energy and performance, immune system function, relative bone density, libido, cardiac function, hair growth, mood, and rest patterns, among other things. Parker patients have also shown a reduction in negative factors such as fat accumulation, blood pressure, risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and the effects of osteoporosis.