|Can HGH Treat Atherosclerosis?
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What is Atherosclerosis and How Can HGH Help?
Did you know more people are at risk of getting atherosclerosis than not? Atherosclerosis has begun long before you have any symptoms or are aware you might have a problem. Most times, by the time you are dealing with symptoms you have a serious medical condition and in many cases you have died from a heart attack. Atherosclerosis Stages
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What is Atherosclerosis and How Can HGH Help?
Did you know more people are at risk of getting atherosclerosis than not?
Atherosclerosis has begun long before you have any symptoms or are aware you
might have a problem. Most times, by the time you are dealing with symptoms you
have a serious medical condition and in many cases you have died from a heart
One study did autopsies on young American soldiers who had lost their lives
fighting the Vietnam and Korean wars. What they found was that 50% of these men
had signs of atherosclerosis, but had never been diagnosed with such. The fact
is, that today the majority of young adults have signs of atherosclerosis that
they don`t recognize. In fact in 2001 a study was conducted that involved 262 adults with health
conditions. The study had some surprising results when it revealed that these so
called `healthy adults` were actually suffering from atherosclerosis. 52% of
those who participated had some degree of atherosclerosis. In those over the age
of 50, a whopping 85% had atherosclerosis. However, most alarming was that 17%
of teenagers had atherosclerosis. Yet none of those identified with
atherosclerosis had any symptoms in these early stages and only a handful who
had developed narrowing of the arteries had experienced symptoms. Those in the
early stages were only detected using a special test.
As we age, the risk
significantly grows. In fact, most people 60+ have some form of atherosclerosis.
Prevent HGH With Atherosclerosis
Your pituitary gland produces HGH, which is released into the blood. When you
are younger your pituitary gland produces optimal levels of HGH, but as the
years go by function decreases, so it produces less and less HGH. By the time
you pass the age of 20 production is already slowing down. As the years go by,
you start so age, as a result of the
lowered HGH production and your quality of
life can also be affected. Atherosclerosis often develops, especially if your
lifestyle needs some improvements or you are genetically predisposed to
When you have an HGH injection instantly your HGH levels begin to go up,
which is why you see signs of aging reversed. In addition you can stop
atherosclerosis or reverse it, just by increasing your HGH. At least that`s what
some studies are reporting.
You will need to see your doctor if you want to get HGH injections. Expect to
pay as much as $2000 a month. Never buy HGH injections from an unknown source or
online unless you are sure about the website you are buying from as these often
contain no HGH and they may contain ingredients that will put your health at
risk. An easier option would be to take an HGH supplement, which is a natural
alternative that contains no actual HGH.
An HGH supplement is a product that contains natural ingredients designed to
increase production of HGH in the pituitary gland. Over time you will start to
enjoy the signs of aging reverse themselves. Shop for a reputable natural HGH
supplement that has the science behind it to back what they claim. There are
supplements such as Genf20 Plus that have undergone clinical studies that provide significant
benefits without the risks you face when using HGH injections.
Clinical studies have also shown that an increase in human growth hormone can
reverse obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes, and other signs of aging.
Atherosclerosis is a metabolic disease, which means it is linked to the signs of
aging. It also means that with an increase in HGH it can be reversed. So, once
your body starts to increase HGH production the symptoms related to
atherosclerosis can be reduced or even eliminated.
Research has found human growth hormone deficiencies are associated with an
increased risk of cardiovascular disease and that when HGH levels in the
bloodstream increase, which can help to improve the health of your arteries and
your cardiac function.
Risk Factors for Atherosclerosis
- Stressful living
- Any types of smoking
- Inadequate exercising
- High cholesterol levels
- High blood pressure
- Drinking alcohol
- Abdominal obesity
- A diet low on vegetables
- Certain medications
However, you can make changes to your lifestyle such as eating healthier,
exercising, quitting smoking, and no excess alcohol use, which can help reduce
your chances of developing atherosclerosis.
Changing the Way You Live
Get Enough Exercise
Exercise provides you with many health benefits including reducing your risk
of developing atherosclerosis. Match your exercise regime to your fitness level.
If you have any health issues you should never start a new exercise program
without first speaking with your physician. If you out of shape, start slow, and
work your way up as you become more fit. Don`t let frustration stop you from
exercising. Instead be patient.
Eating the Right Foods
One factor in helping to prevent atherosclerosis. Make sure you are
plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. In addition you should be eating lean
meats, whole grains, and low fat dairy. Sugar, salt, and transfats should be
avoided. The American Heart Association recommends the There Dietary Approach to
Stop Hypertension known as DASH to reduce your risk of atherosclerosis, through
the right food choices.
If you are overweight or obese it is a good idea to talk to your doctor about
what the weight loss plan for you to achieve your goals and reduce your risk of
If you smoke, quit. Smoking is responsible for numerous health issues
including causing your blood vessels to become tight and increasing your risk of
atherosclerosis. Your health care professional can help you find a program to
help you quit. Second hand smoke is also dangerous so make sure you avoid it.
Have a look at your family history and if there is atherosclerosis, it means
you could be at a greater risk of developing the condition. Lifestyle changes
can however reduce that risk.
It`s not all doom and gloom, because in the past 30 years there has actually
been a significant drop in the number of atherosclerosis cases (25%) because of
changes in lifestyle and treatments. Medications, stenting, angiography, and in the most serious cases bypass
surgery are all treatments used for atherosclerosis. Your physician will
determine the best treatment for you.