HgH Anti-Aging Health
Anti-aging, the pituitary gland, growth factors, somatostatin levels, HgH human growth hormone, and how they affect your health. Understand their relation and you will understand the aging process and HgH anti-aging measures.
Why do we age?
The established theory was that as we get old our body simply wears out. A person in his forties not feeling just like a twenty year old is a situation we have come to accept.
Currently, one of the primary theories of aging is the neuroendocrine theory. This theory states that the signs of aging run parallel with symptoms associated with the slowing down of various organs.
After reaching their peak output around our mid-twenties, most major hormones decline with age. These include DHEA, pregnenolone, melatonin, and growth hormone. Cortisol is the only hormone that increases with age, however cortisol is regarded as a hormone with "negative" aging effects.
So aging as viewed today can be seen as a change in hormonal balance with the passing of time. Research on human growth hormone has shown that aging is preventable up to a certain point.
So how do human growth hormone and aging relate?
As we age the pituitary gland releases less HgH human growth hormone each time. Less human growth hormone means the liver can synthesize less growth factors. These growth factors are the ones that control the growth and repair rate of our cells. Less maintenance simply means your body�s lifespan will be shortened and that the quality of your lifespan will not be optimal.
Then question we have to solve is why does the pituitary gland release less human growth hormone as we grow old and age?
Once it was believed that the pituitary gland simply stopped production of HgH human growth hormone. Recent research has shown that healthy aging pituitary glands are able of producing the same amount of human growth hormone as younger pituitary glands. The release of the human growth hormone from the pituitary gland becomes impaired.
Two theories exist;
A definitive answer as to why the signaling mechanism decays or the somatostatin levels increase is still in research.
Until we discover better ways these are our preferred methods.
One remark to make about these methods is that while most people will benefit from HgH Supplementation, many may not because their low growth factor levels are related to pituitary disorders where the pituitary glad produces little or no human growth hormone. For these people the only viable option currently is HgH replacement with Prescription HgH.
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