What is HGH?
Human Growth Hormone
Human growth hormone (or HGH) is
also known as somatotropin. It is secreted by the pituitary gland. The highest output occurs in the early
stages of sleep. It exists naturally in the human body and is crucial to stimulating growth and regenerating cells
within the body.
Levels of hgh decline with age, beginning around
age 21. The average person loses about 14% every 10 years or so. As hgh levels fall, you will
likely notice an increase in fat, a tendency to tire more easily, to take longer to recover from exercise and
injuries, to become less mobile, and to see a decrease in lean muscle mass. There also seems to be an elevated
risk of heart disease and shorter life expectancy.
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