HGH will help you get a faster metabolism, leading among other things, to weight loss, Improved muscle mass and bone density. Better glucose and cholesterol management reverses cosmetic effects of aging, ie. hair regrowth, reduced wrinkles.

Our Anti-Aging therapies are for both men and women. The results obtained can help you overcome andropause and menopause. What happens to our bodies over time differs from one person to another, but there is a truth that applies to everybody: our bodies change and we have options to direct those changes.

Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is naturally produced on the pituitary gland and has been found responsible for cell regeneration and reproduction as well as your body’s growth stimulation. This is true not only for children and young adults; as we age, our HGH levels drop resulting in the most known aging symptoms: changes on the metabolism that result in weight gain, chronic fatigue -making difficult to have an active life, there is a decreased bone density, you can find yourself with a loss of sex drive and having a hard time gaining muscle. HGH acts on target tissues and activates the entire bone remodeling system, which are excellent news if you need to stimulate organ regeneration & increase bone density.

Low HGH levels have been linked to aging since secretion usually declines as the years pass. Still, you will be surprised to know that lifestyle and dietary factors play a major role in hormone levels.

Even if you have had an active life, but your long work hours have added stress and prevent you from getting adequate sleep, unknowingly sleep-related growth hormone secretion has been affected. We are here to help you. With HGH administration, you can recover regular sleep patterns so you can feel energized upon waking. There is a large number of benefits from using HGH in addition to an improved sleep pattern and the rise of energy levels. One of the most significant benefits is the regulation of metabolism which can impact positively on all cell functions.

Growth hormone is produced at the base of the brain (the pituitary gland), from there it travels through the bloodstream interacting with various cells, including those on muscles, bones and cartilages. Cells in the liver respond to its stimuli and trigger the production of insulin-like growth factor-l (IGF-l), this specific protein stimulates cell growth and maturation in tissues and bones. Both IGF-l and HGH are the primary endocrine regulators.

A study published at the New England Journal of Medicine concluded that when HGH was administered to geriatric patients who have low plasma levels of IGF-l, their skin thickness increased, giving a more youthful look. Additionally, HGH is also involved in metabolic processes.

When we are young our metabolism runs smoother, allowing cell nutrient absorption, protein production and the breakdown of fats and carbohydrates, that is, turning our food into energy.


  • A faster metabolism, leading among other things, to weight loss
  • Improved muscle mass and bone density
  • Better glucose and cholesterol management
  • Reverses cosmetic effects of aging, ie. hair regrowth, reduced wrinkles
  • Improvements on mood & sleep patterns
  • Increase on energy levels
  • Greater physical performance and blood circulation

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With HGH you can have the opportunity to affect directly on several complex physiological processes.

There are several other anti-aging hormones besides HGH that we employ to help you regulate different aspects of your metabolism. Melatonin is one of them. It regulates the circadian rhythm hence is a sleep facilitator. Just like HGH, is produced in the pineal gland at night but not exclusively, it is also produced in other organs and over time it falls to a point where is barely measurable. The benefits of melatonin are due to its relevance within our body functions, starting with the evidence that it has been found on high concentrations across different organs, thus we know it plays a major biological role. It is found on many tissues including the brain, eyes, and ovaries. Surprisingly enough, it can enter any cell and body fluid because is amphiphilic, meaning that it has both water and fat-loving properties.

Melatonin serves as a potent antioxidant because of is function as a defense against free radicals. Under normal conditions, the presence of free radicals would be beneficial since its the byproduct of cellular respiration when energy is generated. It has favorable effects on immune and cellular response. An excess of free radicals translates into oxidative stress, a precursor of multiple inflammatory diseases. Melatonin performs a free-radical hunt and potentiates the efficiency of others. Not for nothing is called the main free-radical scavenger. If we take into consideration that year by year the detoxification rate of free radicals has been decreasing on our bodies, aged humans are melatonin-deficient. A boost on melatonin levels could lead to an increased longevity.

With your unique metabolic characteristics having low-growth hormone levels that can lead you to feel tired, in addition to that, concentration has probably also diminished causing memory loss. To be able to keep the current rhythm of modern life and still have the energy and mental clearness to engage in a new activity everyday (why not?), this will surely become your best mood enhancer. As time passes by, our system can become less responsive to our body needs. We must act. Remember that HGH is known for triggering the release of many other cell functions, this is just the start of a better quality of life.

At Hino Medical Center our Anti Aging Therapies are combined with a good nutrition program since we need to prepare your body for the myriad of changes that are about to take place. We provide guidance for healthy eating habits. There are diet recommendations that you can follow to maintain a healthy lifestyle that will help to magnify the benefits of our therapies. As always, exercise is recommended. To lower risks of developing fractures from minor injuries, it is recommended to take adequate amounts of calcium + vitamin D.

Our Anti-Aging therapies have a natural approach by restoring hormones to earlier levels, helping your mind and body function optimally rather than be impeded by the aging process.

You can start to think, feel, and look better.

Anti-Aging Therapies FAQ

  • What is HGH?
  • What is HGH therapy?
  • How is it administered?
  • How does it work?
  • Do you offer a follow-up plan?
  • How long does the treatment take?
  • When taking HGH what are the major side effects?
  • I don’t qualify for Hormone Replacement Therapy, is there a way to increase my hormone levels naturally?
  • Could you name a few benefits from hormone therapies?
  • Are there any signs when there is a hormone deficiency?
  • Do you offer a follow-up plan?
  • Could you provide studies that validate all this information?
What is HGH?

Human Growth Hormone is produced in the pituitary gland and it travels from the bloodstream to all tissues. HGH is responsible of cell regeneration and reproduction.

What is HGH therapy?

HGH has been used since the late 50s to treat delayed growth. Since there was a limited supply, It was not until the late 80s that a man-made growth hormone called Humatrope, extended its applications. And by 1996, after being approved by the FDA, treatment on HGH deficient adults started to rise.

How is it administered?

HGH is injected so you can fully benefit from its properties. The oral forms of HGH are actually precursors, releasers or activators of growth hormone. Having Humatrope injected directly in your bloodstream is the fastest way to achieve results.

How does it work?

The pituitary gland and the hypothalamus are known as the endocrine system’s command center. They are responsible for secreting the hormones which regulate us. Once HGH is distributed on our system is able to reach the liver and stimulate the release of insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), another growth hormone that is involved in tissues and bones’ maturation, as well as metabolic processes.

Do you offer a follow-up plan?

You should expect a follow-up blood test every three or six-month interval depending on the length of time under treatment.

How long does the treatment take?

Depending on the symptom being treated patients can stay in Ensenada for a few weeks to a few months. If you are going to continue treatment at home, you should not stop it until your doctor advices to; an abrupt interruption is never recommended.

When taking HGH what are the major side effects?

Although infrequent, there are known side effects, our job is to keep them to the minimum by stepwise dose titration. If you have found or heard of unpleasant effects, it is because precautions were not taken at their facility; and it was given in excess. Side effects include pain due to joint or muscle overgrowth, hyperglycemia (high sugar levels), intracranial pressure and water retention, among others.

I don’t qualify for Hormone Replacement Therapy, is there a way to increase my hormone levels naturally?

You should know that your lifestyle plays an important role in hormone levels. Adequate sleep, good nutrition, laughter, and exercise should be enough to maintain an optimum quality of life.

Could you name a few benefits from hormone therapies?

We usually believe that growth hormone only intervenes in our growth in youth; however there are equally important functions that carry out throughout our lifetime. It has been linked directly and indirectly with the construction of tissues because it generates cells and reduces their death, it regulates our body composition, promotes the growth of muscles and bones, and is responsible for stimulating adipose cells to translate fatty acids into energy.

Are there any signs when there is a hormone deficiency?

Any deficiency or alteration in the endocrine system results in an imbalance that causes growth problems, energy management deficiency and reproductive issues. Even the response we have to stress and injuries comes from our hormones.

Do you offer a follow-up plan?

You should expect a follow-up blood test every three or six-month interval depending on the length of time under treatment.

Could you provide studies that validate all this information?

Our research has been based on the following studies:

(2001) Endocrinology: An Integrated Approach. Chapter 7 The pituitary gland. BIOS Scientific Publishers Limited.

Bartke, A. (1998). Growth hormone and aging. Endocrine, 8(2), 103-108.

Becker, A. J., Ückert, S., Stief, C. G., Truss, M. C., Machtens, S., Scheller, F., … & Jonas, U. (2000). Possible role of human growth hormone in penile erection. The Journal of urology, 164(6), 2138-2142.

Bujanova, J., & Cummings, M. H. (2015). Management of growth hormone deficiency in adults. Prescriber, 26(23-24), 29-33.

Everts Mykytyn, C. (2010). A history of the future: the emergence of contemporary anti‐ageing medicine. Sociology of health & illness, 32(2), 181-196.

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