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    HGH

      HGH

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      What is HGH?

      Hormones are chemical messengers in our body. Our growth, digestion, reproductive, and sexual functions are affected
      by hormones. Hormones are made up of amino acids. HGH occurs more than any other hormone produced by
      the pituitary gland and is very complex. HGH is made up of a molecule composed of 191 amino acids. These amino
      acids are stimulated by the brain's pituitary gland to release in pulses, for the most part occurring during the initial
      phases of deep sleep.

      Growth hormone is a fast worker once it is released in the blood. Within 30 minutes or so it has done its job and is
      gone, just long enough to reach the liver. After reaching the liver, it is converted into Insulin-like Growth Factor
      Type 1(IGF) and various metabolites that regulate and control metabolic response. IGF is a hormone just like HGH,
      but it is easier to measure in the blood stream because it stays in the blood stream longer. HGH starts this conversion
      in the body, but IGF-1 is what does most of the work. In the body, these hormone-like proteins and peptides promote
      growth, nourishment, and repair of cells, which are needed to rebuild tissues damaged by injury, illness, or the effects
      of old age.

      HGH reaches its peak in the body during adolescence. This would seem natural since HGH stimulates our body to
      grow. Unfortunately, secretion of HGH begins to gradually decline after adolescence, especially decreasing in our
      older years. However, in recent studies, it was shown

      Why Take HGH?

      With age we gain experience, and if that were all, no one would mind getting older. What we hate about aging is
      sagging, wrinkled skin, excess fat, gray-thinning hair, aches and pains, and the general decline in mental and physical
      performance. The physiological changes that accompany aging include tissue degeneration, weight (fat) gain, impotence
      and loss of libido, compromised immunity, loss of energy, strength and stamina.
      One of the primary reasons we experience these negative effects is due to the decline in Human Growth Hormone (HGH).

      Benefits of HGH:

      • In a study of 202 patients treated with HGH stimulation, the majority of patients reported significant improvement in
      • the following areas
      • Incased muscle mass and strength
      • Decreased body fat
      • Improved skin elasticity and texture
      • New hair growth nhanced wound healing and joint flexibility
      • Improved sexual function and potency
      • Decreased hot flashes
      • Regulated menstrual periods
      • Higher Energy Levels
      • Improved Memory