HGH - Human Growth Hormone Deficiency

HGH - Human Growth Hormone Deficiency

By Dr. Axe

Signs and symptoms of growth hormone deficiency vary with age, and children can have different symptoms than an adult. Children being significantly shorter than children their age and grow less than two inches per year are common symptoms of growth hormone deficiency. Children with normal levels grow about 2.5 inches a year from age 1 until they hit puberty, when they can grow up to four inches a year. However, a decline in human growth hormone does not have any impact on a child’s intelligence.

Other symptoms of growth hormone deficiency in children include:Facial features may appear younger than children who are the same age

  • Delayed puberty, sometimes will not go through puberty
  • Increased fat around the stomach and face
  • Prominent forehead
  • Slow hair growth

Adults may experience a combination of symptoms from HGH - human growth hormone deficiency, including: 

  • Depression
  • Hair loss
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Decreased muscle strength and mass
  • Memory loss
  • Lack of concentration
  • Dry skin
  • Increased triglycerides
  • Fatigue
  • Cardiovascular disease risk
  • Increase LDL (“bad”) cholesterol
  • Insulin resistance.
  • Reduced bone density
  • Temperature sensitivities
  • Increased weight, especially around the waist

HGH - Human Growth Hormone Deficiency

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