Human Growth Hormone

Human Growth Hormone

Human Growth Hormone (hGH) is one of the many endocrine hormones, like estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, melatonin, and DHEA, that decline in production as we grows older. While some of these hormones can be replaced to deter some of the effects of aging, Human Growth Hormone (hGH) reaches far beyond the scope of any one of these hormones to not only prevent biological aging, but to significantly reverse a broad range of signs and symptoms associated with aging. In effect, hGH therapy has been shown to turn back the biological clock by 20 years or more.

hGH is the most abundant hormone secreted by the pituitary gland. It is produced at a rate that peaks during mid twenties, when accelerated growth occurs. Growth hormone production starts becoming deficient in your mid-thirties and continues to diminish with age to the extent that a 60 year old may secrete only 25% of the hGH secreted by a 20 year old. Growth hormone is primarily released in pulses throughout a 24-hour period but the majority is released during the beginning phases of sleep, then is quickly converted in the liver to its powerful growth-promoting metabolite, Insulin-like Growth Factory type 1 (IGF1), also known as somatomedic C. IGF1 elicits most of the effects associated with growth hormone and can be measured in blood tests to determine current levels of growth hormone secretion.

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