HGH The Primary Trigger Hormone

Summary: Aging is a fact of life. However, people age at different rates and HGH human growth hormone appears to play a central role in slowing down the aging process.

HGH Trigger HormoneOne of the main problems is that main stream medicine in the United States has demonstrated a great hesitation about sharing anti-aging information with the general public.

Science has identified old age as a deficiency state. As we age hormone levels decrease which paves the way for other physiological deficiencies.

HGH The Primary Trigger Hormone:

Millions of aging people around the globe suffer from the depletion of the aging process. Is this a condition that we just accept as part of getting older? To many the answer would be yes, because they are convinced, or have been convinced by our culture that the slow spiral down into old age is just part of the process.

Truth is:

We know more today about how the human body works and science is daily proving that each of us can exert control over the process of aging.

If you woke up one morning and saw on CNN that much of what we now call old age can be slowed, or even reversible, would you stand by and do nothing? I wouldn’t bet on it. If you’re like most you want to maintain your quality of life for as long as possible.

Personally, I don’t intend to allow old age to take its grip on me any faster than absolutely necessary.

Unfortunately, HGH production declines as we age, leading to a complete deficiency. Without HGH we cannot enjoy the physical strength of our earlier years.

It all comes down to personal choice. If you’re convinced that it’s natural to age at whatever pace mother nature deals you then indeed it will happen exactly that way. On the other hand if there is even a remote chance that you could take control of your aging, wouldn’t you want to do it?

How does HGH help maintenance and repair

By stimulating cell growth. Enhancing and normalizing the amount of HGH in our bodies enables us to continue to replace the natural loss of cells. As a result, HGH is the primary trigger hormone of the body.

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