What is Neurotropin
Neurotropin is a way to supplement the natural human growth hormone for people who may be deficient in this hormone. Some people do not naturally produce enough human growth hormone and useNeurotropin to elevate their HGH and IGF-1 levels. Neurotropin made by secretion technology, is identical to the natural human growth hormone that is produced by the pituitary gland.
Neurotropin is an exact replica of the amino acid sequence of natural human growth hormone that is made by the pituitary (191 aa sequence).
What is Human Growth Hormone?
Human growth hormone (HGH) is a naturally occurring peptide produced by the pituitary gland. The GH is the messenger protein that makes a child grow normally into an adult. Without GH a child would never grow larger. Adults also need a healthy level of HGH to regulates metabolism in the body and to maintain good body composition. GH is produced by the pituitary gland, which is located in the base of the brain, and then released into the blood stream.
GH promotes muscle development, and is responsible for the regulation of fat usage, and the conversion of fat into energy. Appropriate GH levels are essential for good health, as HGH will regulate the body’s ratio of good and bad cholesterol levels, will regulate bone density levels, and will regulate appropriate levels of lean muscle mass to body fat.
What are the symptoms of aGHD? (adult growth hormone deficiency)
aGHD is often never diagnosed, and the reason for this is that many people with aGHD simply have no idea that they have a problem. People with aGHD may notice that there are changes in the way they look, or even the way that they feel, but these are often discounted as normal changes due to aging.
Some symptoms and signs that might indicate aGHD are:
- Weak bones. If your bones are easily broken, this can indicate a decreased level of GH.
- Decreasing muscle strength.
- Increasing waist size and increasing body fat ratios.
- An unusual body composition. aGHD patients will report an unusual ratio of lean muscle mass to body fat to water within the body.
- Unusual or abnormal ratios of good to bad cholesterol and HDL to LDL.
- Feelings of depression or isolation.