Sermorelin: A More Affordable Alternative to Human Growth Hormone (HGH)

Mike CarragherAge Management, Anti-Aging, belly fat, Carragher Method, DHEA, Dr. Carragher, Dr. Mike's Tips, Estrogen, fatigue, HCG, HGH, Hormone Optimization, Human Growth Hormone, Libido, loss of energy, low energy, low libido, low sex drive, Pregnenolone, Progesterone, Sex, Skin Care, Testosterone, Thyroid, Uncategorized, Visceral Fat, weight gainLeave a Comment

For new patient evaluations, please call 323-874-9355, or email us at info@carraghermethod.com and we’ll get you started today! We all age. It’s part of life. But most of us hope that as we age, we can maintain the highest quality of life possible. That we can keep as much of the energy, strength, and appearance we enjoy in youth.  At the same time, most of us … Read More

What is Age Management Medicine & Why Should I Care?

Mike CarragherAge Management, Anti-Aging, Antioxidants, belly fat, Carragher Method, DHEA, Dr. Carragher, Dr. Mike's Tips, Estrogen, fatigue, HCG, HGH, Hormone Optimization, Human Growth Hormone, Libido, loss of energy, low energy, low libido, low sex drive, Progesterone, Sex, Skin Care, Testosterone, Thyroid, Uncategorized, Visceral FatLeave a Comment

Beginning as early as your late 20s, hormonal changes can have a profound impact on your life and health. These changes affect the rate at which you are aging. Age Management Medicine The field of Age Management Medicine is fairly new to the medical world. Most people just assume it’s “Anti-Aging” Medicine, which has a sort of built-in connotation of vanity or the quest to … Read More

Are You Aging Faster Than You’d Like? Plus 9 Things You Can Do Now to Slow the Process!

Mike CarragherAge Management, Anti-Aging, belly fat, Carragher Method, DHEA, Dr. Carragher, Dr. Mike's Tips, Estrogen, fatigue, HCG, HGH, Hormone Optimization, Human Growth Hormone, Libido, loss of energy, low energy, low libido, low sex drive, Pregnenolone, Progesterone, Sex, Skin Care, Testosterone, Thyroid, Uncategorized, Visceral Fat, weight gainLeave a Comment

I’ve recently been thinking more about what I consider to be normal aging. That is, what can we realistically expect to change in our bodies as each year goes on? So I did a brief search of common medical websites (WebMD, MayoClinic, The Merck Manual Home Edition, etc.) to see what they had to say.  According to some of the most visited medical information websites, … Read More