It seems there's no stopping the beauty industry. From plastic surgery to photoshopping debaucheries, today's generation is becoming the new example for risqué enhancements all in the name of attractiveness. In extremity, many women, and men for that matter, seek answers to questions most of its older generation were always afraid to ask, questions like 'How do we stop the aging process?', 'Is there a wonder drug out there somewhere?' and if so 'How do we gain access to it?' are becoming usual topics in commercial media such as magazines and the Internet.
Fortunately, information as vital as this isn't forbidden fruit anymore. Many believe that indeed, the wonder drug has been discovered and it comes in the form of HGH products now available in the market.
HGH AND ITS ORIGINS
What exactly is HGH? HGH stands for Human Growth Hormones or Somatropin, a natural hormone produced by the body in the pituitary gland. Although considered minute in size, this small endocrine gland found at the base of the brain is responsible for many imperative human body processes leading of which is growth and rejuvenation, followed by functions such as:
• Metabolic food-energy conversion
• Blood pressure regulation
• Higher Immunity function
• Superior sexual performance
• Pregnancy and Birth Stimulation of Contractions
As individuals start to age however, the production of HGH by the pituitary gland starts to slow down and in effect, the maintenance of tissues and organs of the body is reduced. For the middle-aged market, this means less skin elasticity and more wrinkles, less fat burned and more flab and less energy, so the individual becomes more susceptible to depression.
Many diseases such as diabetes, HIV-related muscle wasting, Sheehan syndrome, brain injuries and hemorrhages are all caused by an underproduction of HGH by the pituitary gland.
WHAT EXACTLY CAN HGH DO?
Due to man's need to regain youth and all that comes with it, the popularity of synthetic HGH products have been hyped up lately with celebrities like Sylvester Stallone, Suzanne Somers, Mary J. Blige and even Oprah Winfrey all paying homage to the wonder drug.
Coming in different forms such as oral sprays, releasers and injections, these products claim to assist natural bodily processes by increasing HGH levels as those experienced in the peaks of human puberty.
Injections, considered to be the most effective, requires a doctor's prescription to purchase. Its direct application in the subcutaneous skin level is easily absorbed by the body and is almost immediately felt. Because of this, it is also the most expensive $800 to $3,000 per month. Small, effective doses are considered the most effective at 4-8 IU per week or 0.5 IU at 2 doses for 6 days.