Researchers have been working diligently to learn more about the debilitating condition, Fibromyalgia. Their results have yielded a correlation between those who suffer from Fibromyalgia and inadequate growth hormone production.
In a randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled study (Bennett, 1998) and a pilot study (Cuatrecasas, 2007) both looked at the impact of growth hormone in the treatment of fibromyalgia as well as the association with low IGF-1 serum levels. These studies suggest that low IGF-1 serum deficiencies cause you to experience muscle weakness, high levels of fatigue and diminished exercise ability. Additionally, the study found that 40% of the proposed fibromyalgia patients were low in IGF-1 in comparison to healthy adults within the same gender and age bracket. 82% of the test subjects (patients) lacked the ability to properly secrete their own growth hormone. The metabolite of growth hormone is known as IGF-1.
So How Do You Replace Lost IGF-1?
TBR (Total Body Repair) is 100% all-natural and provides a body struggling to produce IGF-1 an alternative, pure substitute. Proper levels of IGF-1 improves endurance and muscle strength as well as immune response.
TBR (Total Body Repair) is an effective way to defeat the severe repercussions of this syndrome, making it a perfect reason to pass on the information to anyone you know and/or love that suffers from the debilitating symptoms of Fibromyalgia.
- Bennett, R.M., S.C. Clark and J. Walczyk. A double bling, placebo-controlled study of growth hormone in the treatment of fibromyalgia. Am. J. Med. 1998; 104, 3:227-231.
- Cuatrecasas, G., Riudavets, C., Guall, MA., Nadal, A.Growth hormone as concomitant treatment in severe fibromyalgia associated with low IGF-1 serum levels. A pilot study. BMC Musculoskel Dis 30, 8:119, 2007.