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The anti aging effect of HGH

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 13   |   Comments: 0

As you grow older and older, the amount of HGH your body produces begins to decrease, and it eventually stops the growth of this very important hormone. This decline in HGH is known as somatopause. Similarly, the reason that you cannot lose weight when you begin to age is because of the continuous decline of this critical hormone. According to an estimate, levels of HGH and IGF-1 naturally decline after the age of 30, though the pituitary never stops producing them completely. The amount of HGH, after the age of 21 to 31, falls about 14% per decade, so that the total 24-hour growth hormone production rate is reduced in half by the age of 60.

This drop in the balances of human growth hormone is what may provoke us to seem old and give rise to age-related health problems such as diabetes. The wrinkles you begin to see on your face, your energy level and all those joint pain that you never felt before can be due to the lack of HGH in your body.

As mention above, the decline of Growth Hormone with age is directly associated with many of the symptoms of aging, including cardiovascular disease, increased body fat, osteoporosis, wrinkling, gray hair, decreased energy, reduced sexual function, and other symptoms. Many of these symptoms have been also found in younger adults who have human growth hormone deficiency.

Due to the fact that HGH production decreases as we age there is a wide array of effects that this has on the body and most of these aging symptoms occur due to the loss of protein in the tissues, which is often replaced with fat. The physiological effects of this process include increase in fatty tissue, an increase in wrinkling of the skin while, at the same time, a decrease in muscle strength and overall muscle mass.

Studies done on the anti-aging effect of HGH

On July 5th 1990, America's most prestigious medical journal, the "New England Journal of Medicine" published a study that discussed the body mass and bone density benefits of HGH. According to the study, by increasing HGH levels, many of these age-related conditions can be drastically reduced.

Daniel Rudman, MD and colleagues reported the results of their 6-month trial of synthetic human growth hormone (HGH) with 12 elderly men, aged 61 to 81. Astoundingly, without any change in diet, exercise, lifestyle, smoking etc., the 12 men gained muscle, lost fat, increased their bone density, thickened their skin and expanded their livers and spleens almost 20%. In effect, HGH reversed the biological age of the subjects by 10 to 20 years.

The above study and the evidence clearly show the significance of HGH in causing or delaying the "aging" phenomenon. However, as the aging process is a normal physiological and natural phenomenon, the best and safest way to prevent it will be by natural means i.e. by increasing the already declining production of HGH from pituitary gland. HGH Advanced is one of such natural HGH releasing supplements that do not actually contain HGH. Rather, HGH Advanced supplement just naturally stimulates your pituitary gland to produce more HGH in a normal, physiological way. This in turn helps you prevent the progressive decline of HGH due to aging and keeps you physically fit, young and energetic.

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