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You’ve probably have heard about high-profile billionaire “Shark Tank” investor, Mark Cuban, backing research into the therapeutic uses of human growth hormone (HGH.)
As the owner of a major sports franchise, Cuban is no stranger to the use and potential abuse of HGH. But, the study he has put up $800,000 of his own money for, has nothing to do with using growth hormone for performance enhancement.
Instead, it is looking into how growth hormone can be used to accelerate the healing of some of the most common sports injuries.
Can Growth Hormone Therapy Promote Healing?
It has long been thought that Growth Hormone could be used to improve healing of joint injuries. After all, HGH’s purpose in the body is to stimulate the growth of new, healthy cells.
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It stands to reason therefore, that Growth Hormone could have a similar effect in healing diseased and damaged joints, similar to other injectable therapies such as PRP and stem cells.
In 2010, a study was conducted in Denmark to test that theory.
The Danes set out to test, not if Growth Hormone Therapy could help heal damaged joints, but if it could strengthen healthy ones. They gave 30 men daily injections into their knees of Growth Hormone over the course of 14 days.
They found that the HGH injections significantly boosted the production of collagen in the knee joint.
The research that Cuban is funding is a kind of follow-up to the Danish study to see if HGH can help restore collagen in injured knees, and speed recovery of some of the most costly sports related injuries.
What is Human Growth Hormone?
HGH is a hormone. It is what makes your body grow and mature from a child to adult. HGH continues to play a critical role even after you are “all grown up.” Throughout your life you must continue to produce Human Growth Hormone to help you build string muscles and bones.
Your body produces less and less HGH as you get older. The seemingly limitless energy you see in kids, is largely due to their high amounts of HGH. Even though you need Growth Hormone to survive and thrive throughout your lifespan, Growth Hormone levels get lower the older you get.
The production of Growth Hormone slows down the most between the ages of 35 and 55. Once you are nearing the age of 40 you can expect your Growth Hormone level to drop about 2%-4% every year.
As you get older that percentage drop in HGH gets bigger. By the time you reach your 50’s, you start to feel that loss of HGH. You tire more quickly, you put on weight more easily, and find it is much harder to take it off. You may even start to experience sexual issues.
Growth Hormone Therapy
HGH injections may or may not turn out to be a new treatment for joint problems. Given my own personal experience with HGH, I suspect Marc Cuban’s backed HGH research to reveal positive results. What I do know for sure is that HGH replacement therapy can help “turn back the clock.”
I have recently published my next book, entitled “Restoring Youth – The New Science of HGH” In it you will find out how HGH treatments can:
- Help you build muscle and burn fat
- Enhance your immune system
- Make your body heal faster
- Make you look and feel younger
- Give you more energy
- Improve sleep
- Boost libido, and increase sexual performance
Contact our offices today to see if a program of growth hormone therapy is right for you.