What to Expect – HGH Supplementation

Summary: While it’s impossible to predict with a high level of accuracy how your body’s physiology will initially respond to HGH supplementation, the following are some general guidelines.

One thing is for certain… each person is different and has a unique physiological and chemical make-up.

ExpectationsDifferent people notice different results; some people see immediate, dramatic results, while others experience more subtle benefits. Some sooner, some more gradually.

Research shows that positive changes usually take place between one to six months, but can take up to one year.

Keep in mind, if you take HGH expecting dramatic results quickly, you’re thinking is not consistent with HGH research results which shows positive manifestations over 3 months to 1 year.

Most HGH research indicates results appear at 3, 6, and 12 months.

Be patient!

Critical point: Your growth hormone levels have been low for years. Remember, your receptor sites may be blocked, your body may need time to respond in a positive manner.

Authors opinion: Most companies who market HGH supplementation provide a month by month break down of what to expect from their respective products.

It’s important to keep in mind that because of physiological differences, each person may respond differently to HGH supplementation.

While HGH supplementation does provide wonderful, progressive, positive results, it is important to have a more rounded view concerning expectations.

Marketing literature primarily focuses on the positive aspects of HGH. However, When you begin HGH supplementation you could experience some of the following challenges…

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During the initial healing process, some people may experience overt effects like mild headaches, etc.

You can reduce this by temporarily stopping supplementation, by reducing the amount, or diluting it with larger amounts of water intake.

Some people experience slight “detoxification” effects or temporary “tiredness.” If you feel uncomfortable detoxifying, stop or reduce the frequency and dosage until the effects pass (two to three days or longer), and definitely increase the amount of water you drink.

Sometimes, you may experience slight “aches and pains” in areas where you had old injuries. One explanation is that the body “retraces,” or experiences a past health condition or an old injury.

This is normal and should disappear in a few days or weeks.

If symptoms are too strong, stop supplementation temporarily, or take less, and take it with water. When symptoms are relieved, and your body gets used to the “new” energy, you can slowly increase supplementation to recommended amounts.

Take your time and “listen” to your body. These directions are recommendations. It is best to start slowly and build up.

If you are diabetic or have any medical condition, consult your doctor before taking HGH or any supplement.

Research shows that some diabetics on HGH supplementation decreased their need for insulin. This is good news, but a doctor should monitor your condition.

With proper diet and exercise, the results can be faster, deeper, and more pronounced.

Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.
– Doug Larson –

Setting the correct physiological environment will help you maximize your HGH supplementation. But remember, there is no magic pill. At the VERY minimum, I suggest you incorporate the water and lifestyle suggestions into your daily regime. In doing so, you are all but guaranteeing to place yourself in a state of “high receptiveness” to HGH supplementation.

It’s worth the effort.

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