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Anti Aging programs

Originally Posted by memento
It would be interesting to know more about this. What does it involve?


Hello Memento, An anti aging program usually includes supplementation with Human Growth Hormone (HGH), It also includes vitamins, minerals, adrenal hormones, thyroid hormones (as necessary) and it is monitored with blood tests every quarter. The intent is to supply sufficient nutrition, and to bring as many of the hormones that decline with age,, back up to where they would be if the person was 30 years old. The basis of anti aging medicine started back in the 80’s when there were 5 theories about what caused aging. One of them was the hormonal theory, which stated that we age due to hormonal decline over the years. Another theory was the Telomere theory that states that aging is caused by the decline in our telomeres, which are the end caps of our DNA chains. When we run out of telomeres, we can no longer make the protein that the DNA codes for. The enzyme Telomerase works to repair the telomeres (very similar to what happens with cancer) and prevents the aging caused by the destruction of our DNA. At the moment,I forgot the other three chains but from these theories, anti aging medicine was born.

The hormonal theory has not proved valuable for extending life, as in living longer, but it has dramatically improved the quality of life in just about everyone that has participated. The Telomerase theory has the potential to extend life a very long time indeed, but so far, science has not come up with a home run in that department. There is one product that is said to rebuild telomerase, and the product is called TA-65. The jury is still out on the success of that program.

Since growth hormone affects most cells in the body (by inducing the release of IGF-1 and 2) it is quite helpful to those who are a bit older. The down side is that a years worth costs about $20,000. It does make a nice difference though if you need it. As an example, I could still bench press over 350 when I was 60.

Anti aging medicine is growing quite fast, and it is growing all over the world. The sad part about anti aging medicine, is that in the US, our health care system will not pay for a program unless you are sick. The anti aging program does a good job of keeping you health, but you are not sick, so, no insurance. In that regard, it tends to be the older and more financially stable that take advantage of that program.

Thanks for the response. With blood tests to verify levels I guess that makes self-prescription/medication pretty much impossible.


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Originally Posted by memento
Thanks for the response. With blood tests to verify levels I guess that makes self-prescription/medication pretty much impossible.

Hi Memento, a self prescription method of an anti aging protocol would not be possible for hormones like HGH, or to a lesser degree Testosterone, but many others can be done by yourself, or with the help of a primary care physician. As an example, thyroid medication can be done pretty much by one’s self. To define the need for thyroid medication, one could simply use a basal thermometer (as opposed to the more well known fever thermometer) first thing in the morning and simply take ones temperature. If your temperature was below 98.2, then one could then add iodine to the supplement list, at a small amount (perhaps 5 mg per day or so) and see if that was sufficient to get ones temp up to 98.3 to 98.4 or so. If one’s first temp is below 97.5, then a trip to a doctor to get a prescription for thyroid meds would be in order.

In regards to the adrenal chain of hormones, that can be easy as well. Pregnenolone is the precursor to all of the adrenal hormones in the chain of hormones, and is made in large quantities. It is the same story with DHEA. As a rule of thumb, if you are aged 30 to 40, supplementing with 25 mg a day of Pregnenolone is OK. If you are 40 to 60, then taking 50 mg a day should be fine. Over 60, supplementing with 75 mg a day should also be fine. It would be easy enough to supplement based on your age, and the next time you go to your doctor, as him to test you for DHEAS (this is the sulphated form of DHEA and it lasts longer in the blood, so it is used to test levels of both DHEA and Pregnenolone)

If you need testosterone, your primary physician should be able to do that and monitor you. When it comes to GH, well, you do need an anti aging doctor, or perhaps an endocrinologist that is familiar with HGH as it does need to be monitored. The rest is vitamins,minerals, and other supplements, then diet and exercise. Other than HGH and perhaps testosterone, once one gets that hang of things,it is pretty easy.

Hello, stagestop and Momento: Great to find this thread where anti aging efforts as they relate to PE can be found. My guess is that these two tracks of anti aging theory that still have traction in 2014 (hormone level control and Telomere length preservation) may find some synergistic relationship in those willing to test the limits. One might add to this caloric restriction (proven effective in mice) and stress management through yoga, exercise and meditation. I’ve often found my jelq sessions quite conducive to meditation; like the breath, the individual strokes done mindfully, slowly and with the “right” level of tension and with a certain rhythm, can calm and soothe the beast! This approach also aides in avoiding too much stimulation that takes the erection from the 50-75% zone to a more dangerous level.

Well, it’s an interesting topic, if you only have got the money to to all that.

If you are not rich enough to buy supplements - including all above of course - you can only accept to grow older, and look older and so on.

It’s sad, but it’s not big news that rich people live better and longer.

I can’t afford all that, and so I live day by day.


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What about using peptides to increase HGH? From what I have read they are much safer and don’t cause bone growth which you will often see with stars that use HGH they will get a big head. I met a guy once that did HGH that was about 65 and looks 35 but had the Neanderthal features. I have another friend I suspect does HGH in his 60’s also looks to be around 40 he has the money to afford it too, but he has the Neanderthal look too.

Originally Posted by bifithung66202
What about using peptides to increase HGH? From what I have read they are much safer and don’t cause bone growth which you will often see with stars that use HGH they will get a big head. I met a guy once that did HGH that was about 65 and looks 35 but had the Neanderthal features. I have another friend I suspect does HGH in his 60’s also looks to be around 40 he has the money to afford it too, but he has the Neanderthal look too.

I have heard a lot of talk about various peptides as replacement for HGH, but I have not seen any results. My thoughts are that most of the talk is simply to sell something due to the high cost of HGH. As to getting acromegaly in the face, to give the person a neanderthal appearance, that is just about an impossibility. First, acromegaly only happens when HGH supplementation is way in excess of what the body makes. Doctors who prescribe HGH will regularly test for IGF-1, and adjust the amount of the HGH supplemented based upon those blood tests. Should someone be stupid, and supplement to excess, the first sign that they would get would be tingling in the finger tips. That should be the equivalent of a big red stop sign to the user at that point, and doctors who prescribe HGH will tell their patients that it is the first sign of excess supplementation. Next, if one continues, will be pain in the fingers, and later toes. This can be quite pronounced as the HGH is trying to cause bone growth on bones that cannot grow. As the bones expand, they bend, and the hands become grotesque. There are other negative signs that will come up, such as HGH Gut, where the abdominal muscles get larger and larger, giving the appearance of a pot belly on someone that would otherwise not have one.

As to the head, it can respond in a case of acromegaly, but it would be a long time after all of the other signs of HGH excess are shown.

HGH is indeed a miracle hormone, FOR THOSE THAT CAN USE IT, which are those over 50 or so. This is simply because what is being supplemented, merely is replacing what the body is no longer making in sufficient amounts. Trying to abuse HGH is a very poor decision, as there is nothing good that can come from acromegaly.

Hope that helps.

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