The Continual Effects of Hormones
Many people know what hormones are – those things which play games with our bodies when we reach puberty. They encourage the sex drive in males and females, but similarly can be problematic when it comes to skin care, aging, and general health.
What many of us don’t know about hormones is that they actually affect us all through our lives. Puberty is just one example of where a flood of hormones is produced. Following this mega-release the body changes.
In adult life however, the effects of hormones actually play an arguably larger effect on our lives. They are the controlling chemicals of functions such as sexuality, metabolism, weight maintenance, and cell regeneration.
One of the major constituents of the hormone system when we age is HGH. This stands for “Human Growth Hormone” and it is arguably the most interesting part of the hormone system because of what it regulates in the body.
HGH has been linked to functioning of skin, muscle, body fat percentage, sexual performance, libido, appetite, sleep patterns, moods, and cognitive behaviour such as concentration
HGH Levels as we Age
Unfortunately, there is a sad side to HGH. Whilst the levels of HGH are much higher in our younger years – they peak at the age of 30.
This means that after 30, the levels of HGH in the body being naturally produced begin to fall.
This is why at the age of 30, you will start to see negative effects of aging – such as poor skin, wrinkles, cells that fail to replicate properly, and so on.
Each of these things is a direct result of just one hormone factor – HGH.
Further to the skin problems listed above, when you get to 40 or 50, levels of HGH are so low in the body that the following issues could be encountered:
Poor sexual appetite and low libido
Muscles which look weak and lose their bulk
Sleep disturbances and irregular sleep patterns
Difficulty with things such as concentration
These are all to be expected as we age – and interestingly, we do not seem to mind that these things happen, because they are so common with everyone.
Whilst it is certainly true that we all get older, it is not true that this is where the story ends.
Thankfully, whilst HGH is indeed produced naturally by the body – it is also able to be made in a laboratory, to exactly the same specification as the natural version.
Utilizing HGH to Prevent Aging Signs
This is where supplemental HGH comes in. When we talk about supplemental HGH – we are actually not talking about the synthetic HGH produced in a laboratory. If you were to consume this orally – it would do nothing, because the stomach acid would destroy it.
HGH to Prevent Aging Signs
Synthetic HGH is actually used for injections. This method works because it injects HGH directly in to the blood stream. However, unfortunately, this method is shockingly expensive for the average person (at up to $500 per dose).
Thus, another method is preferred for the average person. This method doesn’t supplement HGH at all, but instead supplements a substance which kicks the natural pituitary gland (where HGH is created in the body) back in to action.
Hence, by working alongside the endocrine system (the system in the body which balances chemicals) – you are able to once again return HGH levels to “young” levels.
How is this possible and what is the “alternative supplement” we hear you ask.
Essentially, the supplement is a blend of the following in exact proportions – which has been proven to stimulate the production of natural HGH by around 1,100%:
- Amino acids
One product which we believe strikes the perfect balance between these things is GenF20 Plus. This is the leading HGH stimulator, based on sales and performance, and thus we believe that it is worth its weight in gold.
Time and time again, GenF20 Plus has been shown to mend and fix the issues associated with low HGH levels – after even just a single week of use.