Bio-Identical Hormones and Telomerase: The Nobel by Dr. Edmund Chein

By Dr. Edmund Chein

As we get older, many people event an enormous volume of frustration simply because whatever inside of us does not paintings how it used to. foodstuff specialists let us know to consume convinced types of nutrition . . . a few declare unfastened radicals are the only real explanation for getting older, and that the one option to toughness is thru antioxidant vitamins. health authorities let us know the one solution is workout. after we do workout or pass on a vitamin, we consider a bit better-but now not a lot, and never the way in which we felt once we have been more youthful. We workout or nutrition two times as a lot to stick on the similar position, or even that could be a problem. the tale has been an analogous all through heritage, so we wonder whether we should always proceed to struggle the conflict, or if we must always simply learn how to become older gracefully. advancements in clinical expertise and new wisdom approximately workout, foodstuff, and relaxation are all a part of the answer to last younger and fit. in spite of the fact that, we proceed to determine a few those who don't take fairly excellent care of themselves, but are getting older extra gently-and we all know instinctively that elements of the anti-aging puzzle needs to nonetheless be lacking.

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Acromegaly, or gigantism, can result from too much HGH in the body. V. • Amino Acids Diseases • Starvation and Anorexia Nervosa MEASURING HGH HGH is released into the bloodstream in only minute amounts during the day, and the nighttime peak lasts for a very short period of time. The levels drop again as fast as they shoot up, and then seem to virtually disappear. This feature of HGH secretion makes it difficult to measure HGH levels; we would have to know the precise moment HGH was being released in order to directly and accurately measure for appropriate amounts.

THE AUTHOR’S STORY: DR. CHEIN AND THE PALM SPRINGS LIFE EXTENSION INSTITUTE I became interested in hormone replacement therapy when I worked in physical medicine and rehabilitation with patients recovering from injuries that had damaged various glands. In patients whose damage required hormone replacement, there was a rapid improvement as 14 Verhelst J, Abs R, et al. ” Clin Endocrinol (Oxf) 47(4):485–494, 1997. 15 Christ ER, Carroll PV, et al. ” Schweiz Med Wochenschr 127(35): 1440–1449, 1997. soon they were treated with hormone therapy.

10 Meling TR, Nylen ES. ” Am J Med Sci 311(4):153–166, Apr 1996. In recent years, the medical world has finally started to recognize and accept aging as a disease and has begun to treat the worldwide epidemic of Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency. The existence of so many typical symptoms qualifies HGH deficiency as a disorder, or a clinical syndrome, just as HGH deficiency is a recognized disease in children. We can also now view aging as a disease because we have discovered its cause. We know that it is caused, at least in part, by declining hormone levels and an HGH deficiency.

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