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Can HGH Benefit the Heart?

For several years, HGH or human growth hormone has been studied by the cardiovascular community, and these researchers continue to find positive benefits between taking HGH and a healthy heart. In fact, HGH can cure CHF .

Even with the research and the studies that confirm the benefits of HGH in treating heart disease, most cardiologists do not recognize how important HGH could be in treating their patients. Research has shown that:

  1. Data has shown HGH to be a very important endogenous substance in the development of embryonic heart tissue.
  2. Much of the recent cardiovascular research has cantered on its benefit with congestive heart failure (CHF).

This research has also received a great deal of media attention relating to cardiovascular performance, and its anti-aging properties. The big question is whether the HGH reduction that occurs naturally was as we age leads to cardiovascular disease or whether the cardiovascular disease would have occurred anyway.

Clearly, the reduction in human growth hormone pulsatile secretion is measured by IGF-1 and we see it throughout our life cycle. It starts in the 30’s and/or 40’s. The IGF-1 reduction is very important because HGH along with other somatomedins affect your hypothalamus, which stimulates the heart’s muscle cells and the myocytes, which stimulated an increase in cardiac contractility. This means your heart gets stronger.

The past belief was that cardiac tissue was differentiated. This means it wasn’t able to regenerate new tissue. Now we are seeing stem cells being used to generate cardiac tissued in a clinical setting. This is exciting news for those who have cardiac issues.

What else research has learned is that the increase in endothelial factors seems to be at least partially regulated by IGF-1 axis after the human growth hormone pulsatile endogenous secretion. There is an increase in left ventricular mass as well as contractility, and it is able to reduce peripheral arterial resistance. There is clearly an improvement in heart function.

The absence of HGH leads to a decrease in cardiac function and actually an increased mortality. Currently researchers are studying the impact of HGH supplements as a cure for CHF. Natural hormones including IGF-1, DHEA, and testosterone are known to play a role in reducing CHF. Now it seems HGH is another such hormone.

Cardiac cachexia is a state where muscle wasting of the full body occurs. It is believed to be the result of a weakened cardiac muscle. HGH has been examined in a number of cachexia forms. CHF also leads to neurohormonal imbalances that actually worsen the CHF patient’s prognosis.  Renin-angiotensin can cause a cascading effect that causes heart failure to worsen.

The first treatments included pharmaceuticals like ACE inhibitors and Beta Blockers. However, of the 5.5 million people that are taking these drugs and suffering from heart failure, there are actually few that shows any type of improvement.

When HGH was studied and given to CHF patients, it appears that most cardiac parameters improved an impressive 34 to 47% including myocyte hypertrophy. These studies are new and still small scale, but they have caught the attention of many prominent investigators.

HGH supplements also showed that CHF patients exercise capacity was increased, and when the HGH supplements are withdrawn within 3 months the CHF patient returns to their earlier state. Studies with rats and HGH supplements versus a placebo group of rats saw an increase in capillary density, which suggested HGH led to an improvement in circulation.

One last study showed that patients with cardiomyopathy that were treated with human growth hormone saw the symptoms cease and the condition completely resolves itself. The underlying cause of cardiomyopathy is usually hypertension or coronary artery disease, which can then be addressed and effectively treated in part with HGH.

The scientific data exists that shows that bio-identical human growth hormone replacement therapy is key in maintaining sufficient heart health and the improvement of the lives of those that are suffering from CFS or other heart disease.

But there’s something else to consider here – what if you were to take a human growth hormone supplement and you could reduce the likelihood that you would even develop heart disease, and that’s exciting!

HGH supplements are sufficient for most. However, if you have seriously low HGH levels you should see your doctor. Finally keep in mind that CHF is a very serious disease and before starting anything regardless of what it is you must go see your cardiologist and get their ok first.

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24 Responses to Can HGH Benefit the Heart?

  1. Lance says:

    Great article about the effects of HGH on cardiovascular health. I think that it is great that HGH can help but the info in this article should not be taken as gospel and if you are suffering from cardiovascular disease you should go see your doctor and not self treat.

  2. Lynne says:

    Ahh that’s all very well but if your doctor has given up on you what then!! I honestly believe I wouldn’t be here if I hadn’t self treated with hgh in consistent but minimal quantities!

    • Darryl says:

      I just had a heart attack..had a stint put in..my heart is at 30%…..if I take hgh will it heal my heart? How bad was your heart?

  3. anthony mussehl says:

    i have had chf for 25 yrs …the best treatment in the united states according to the doctors them self did nothen to help me live a normal life .except. charge outragious amounts of money for worthless meds like carvedilol ,mutac,digioxin..n so on.Went to mexico n was treated with HGH n in three months.all ,,heart failure was gone ..completly

  4. anthony mussehl says:

    believe that the us can,t make money,on well people. they know how well hgh works. in the treatment of heart failure. yet ..they don t use it it is very affordable…shame on them!1

  5. Walter says:

    High Lynne, my name is Walter i hope this message gets to you. I been treated for 5 years for chf now my infraction ration is down to 6% but im still active and my docs have given up on me and want to install a pump to hold me over until a heart can be found for a transplant. I was told im type 0 and it could take me 24 years to find one. The pump last 5 years. I want to give hgh a try can we discuss this here or over the phone.

  6. Greg says:

    I have self treated for years with a combo of testosterone. My blood work is perfect perfect.. And I eat like shi**. HGH yes it is the secrete wounder drug for the heart. I am absolutely certain.
    You can physicaly feel the difference withing the heart. I used to get the heart mermer thud. Gone gone gone.

  7. Victoria says:

    I have been having trouble with declining health! I had a non cancerous tumor and ovary removed @ 39yrs old. My life changed because I no longer was getting the amount of hormones needed by my body!! Lots of research through the years helped me understand what was going on with my body and mind.I wanted to get HGH in my early 40’s!! But way too costly! I now have Afib and want to try HGH. I AM 67 yrs. and want to try HGH try it to see if it will help my mind and body. I have always been a healthy eater for most part,very active for most part and not sedentary at all! I want to try HGH to see if it will help my heart and mind! What is your thoughts on this??

    • anthony says:

      anthony hgh can be bought for 100 dollars for a three month supply ..from china without script from anyone n will be in your mailbox in 6 days ,,,no hgh is only to costly if your being raped by the american medical community

  8. anthony says:

    the law,, thks to the aids virus..every american can leaglly import any prescripion drug,, from any country in the world as long as it is no more than 3 mt supply ..n for personal use only..FYI>>so don t be stupid n by in america..

  9. Chris says:

    I was on TRT therapy for 10 years, my doctor was not paying attention to my red blood count and eventually it put my in Non Ischimic congestive heart failure. I had a 30% ejection fraction.
    After my week long stay in the hospital, after the fact the Cardiac Doc and my Gp took my off Test cold turkey. My red blood count has dropped back down to 44 from a 61 and my Ejection fraction is back up to 65% normal on both.. Well… I saw all of my lean body mass gains vanhish in record time, and I put on 45 lbs out of nowhere
    due to the hormone rebound , and I knew this was coming when they told me. I am 47 and now sleep all of the time, no motivation, no sex drive and no strength… I have to do something but can not go back on Test, is HGH an
    alternative that will not boost my red blood cell count?
    Thank you,

  10. Bob Bishop says:

    Well, I’m the most rare case at this point. 10 people out of 100,000 in the world get cardiac sarcoidosis. White blood cells enter the heart and the immune system is strong and attacks the heart, causing inflammation and swelling. Ejection factor dropped to 20% and ruled a sudden death risk. No blockages, no heart disease, worked out all the time, no drugs, no alcohol. Being a plumber for 30 plus years, I have a super strong immune system. They don’t know what to do with me as this disease is little known of. They traditionally give you remicade and prednisone to kill you immune system. can’t do that with me, I’m a plumber. I’m exposed to all kinds of nasty stuff on a daily basis. A pacemaker/defib install, and I jumped to 46% ejection factor. I asked all the different hospitals/cardiology specialist to let me try HGH injectable, 2iu’s/day x 6 months. The new England Journal of Med, and the Amerian heart assoc, both did studies and reported that those taking the 2 ius e day, remodeled their heart size to normal and hearts worked normal. That’s for cardiomyopathy, but close enough. All my providers backed out on trying HGH. In March it will be 3 months sine I had my last echocardiogram. The same day I had the echo cardiogram I obtained injectable HGH, 2 ius/day and have started it Imyself. I’m going to the Mayo clinic in March for a new eho and PET scan and treatment program. I will be hoping for a reduction in heart mass size and a better ejection factor. I don’t think anyone has ever approached sarcoidosis with HGH injectables. Say some prayers for me and let’s hope.

  11. Joyce says:

    Read the above article and says cardio docs do NOT to to this HGH issue. I don’t have an heart issue but using a homeopathic skin gel (microdosing) and the folks with heart issues are saying they are getting benefits.

    Email me if you’d like to know what I use. BTW: I’m 81 and over 20 yrs ago an integrative MD attempted to sell me on injections but I declined. And years later I’m using a minute dose of HGH on my skin.

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