How HGH affect our lives?
Studies in the United States of America have shown that HGH is a protein produced and secreted by the anterior pituitary gland in the brain, while you are sleeping. Once the pituitary gland releases the hormone, it goes into the bloodstream and it lodges itself on receptor sites in individual cells like those in the liver. HGH exerts anabolic effects (build up and regeneration) throughout the body, stimulating growth of tissues, bones, cartilage, muscle, skin, liver and kidney. HGH directs and supports the functions of every gland and organ in the body, which maintain and regulate health, growth, healing, repair and overall balance and harmony.
How Aging happen?
Studies in the United States of America have shown that HGH secretion remains high until the age of 21 and then starts to decline by about 14% every 10 years. At age 21, the normal level of circulating HGH is about 10 milligrams per deciliter of blood, while at age 61 it is 2 milligrams per deciliter – a decrease of 80%. Precipitous decline of HGH triggers the aging process that becomes increasingly apparent as a person reaches the age of 30 to 40. By the age 70 to 80, virtually everyone is deficient in HGH, resulting in HGH deficiency syndrome.
The signs of this deficiency will probably lead to the following questions: –
- DO YOU OFTEN FEEL TIRED?
- IS YOUR HAIR THINNING OR GREYING?
- DO YOU HAVE REDUCED VITALITY?
- ARE YOU OVERWEIGHT?
- DO YOU HAVE SLOW IMMUNE RESPONSE?
- DO YOU DESIRE INCREASED MUSCLE MASS?
- ARE YOU INTERESTED IN BETTER PERFORMANCE?
An answer “yes” to any of the above question may need Growth Hormone (GH) therapy. While GH therapy is not new, it has not been widely available. Only the medical professional and the wealthy have been privy to its benefits. These people have been achieving dramatic health benefits with daily GH injections.