Several research studies have shown that growth hormone can increase testosterone production. A 2002 study published in the medical journal, The Journal of, concluded that growth hormone therapy in otherwise healthy older men increased testosterone levels, and lead to improvements in strength, balance, body composition, and sexual performance.
Another study in the, also concluded that HGH injections increased testosterone production.
Studies have also found that the converse is true – testosterone therapy positively influences the effects of growth hormone.
So, there is evidence that growth hormone can increase testosterone production, and vice versa. These studies also suggest that HGH therapy and testosterone replacement could be very beneficial as a combined therapy in certain individuals.
There is definitely a link between HGH levels and testosterone levels.
What Is the Relationship Between Testosterone and Growth Hormone?
We know that both growth hormone and testosterone decrease as we age. The levels of both of these critical hormones drop significantly once you are over 40. Lower than normal HGH levels and low testosterone together could result in:
- Sexual health issues
- Weakness and an inability to adequately build muscle
- Weight gain
- Emotional and cognitive issues
If you are a man over 40 and experiencing any or all of the above, it is a good chance that both your testosterone levels, as well as you growth hormone levels are low.
Most men who are diagnosed with low testosterone, also known as “Low-T,” also have low HGH.
HGH has been shown to increase testosterone production. The reverse is also true.
Can Growth Hormone and Testosterone be Taken Together?
Yes. Growth hormone therapy and testosterone therapy are often combined. HGH and testosterone have what doctor’s call a “synergistic” effect. That means that each one enhances the actions of the other.
What are the Benefits of Combining HGH Therapy and Testosterone Replacement?
Many of the symptoms of Low-T and low HGH overlap. Men with low testosterone almost always have low HGH. The reverse is also true. Studies have shown that growth hormone therapy boosts testosterone levels and that testosterone replacement increases HGH. Therefore it is natural to assume that combining HGH therapy and testosterone therapy would be very beneficial to patients. In fact, many doctors calls such joint therapies “the golden combo.”
Medical research has shown that taking a combination of testosterone and HGH is more advantageous for patients than either therapy alone. This is because each one boosts the effects of the other.
Studies have shown that HGH replacement and testosterone therapy can be more effective when they are combined together.
Patients who are on the combo therapy see the many benefits of hormone replacement much faster than they do when taking just one of the injections. A landmark study published in the Journal Expert Reviews, concluded that, “a higher dose of testosterone in combination with HGH exerts greater beneficial effects on body composition in older men, compared with either testosterone alone or a lower dose of testosterone and HGH.” The study also concluded that combining testosterone therapy with HGH lead to increasing the levels of both hormones from the low to normal ranges.
Patients who have been on combined HGH replacement and testosterone therapy have reported:
- Improved sex drive and sexual performance
- Improved stamina and strength
- A greater ability to lose weight and build lean muscle
- Improved bone density
- Improved moods
- Improved memory and cognitive abilities
The benefits of combined growth hormone and testosterone therapies are many. The side effects are few. If you are a man or woman over 40 and are not feeling the way you used to, or would like to – Contact us today, to see if you could benefit from hormone replacement therapy.