This short article discusses the three HGH (Human Growth Hormone) therapies that will help you discover which protocol is right for you. Never heard of HGH for anti aging? Read on....
HGH has been touted lately for it’s anti-aging possibilities. The amount of HGH in our body peaks in our early 20’s and goes down drastically from that point. Many people are rejuvenating themselves, and swearing by the results, by increasing HGH into their system
There are three delivery systems that add HGH into the system:
homeopathic sublingual sprays
pills that stimulate the release of HGH from the pituitary gland
With all three choices the goal is the same: to raise the measurable IGF-1 levels in the body in order to gain the youthful benefits. Lets talk about all three therapies, the pro's and con's... to help you discover which protocol is right for you.
Human Growth Hormone Pills
When you buy a pill form of HGH you should know right up front that there is no HGH in the product. Read the ingredients. There are only stacked amino acids and other assorted stimulants. Even though the product name might be “HGH Releasor,” or “HGH Precursor,” there is no HGH in the product. It works by stimulating your Pituitary Gland into producing more HGH.
There’s good news and bad news. The good news is that it actually works. The bad news is that it only works for 4-8 weeks. Then your over-stimulated Pituitary Gland says, “no mas,” and stops being stimulated. It’s really a terrible tease because just when you start saying to yourself, “hey this is great,” everything shuts down. Just when you realize what you’ve been missing, you lose it again.
Additionally, there are published reports that taking stacked amino “growth hormone pills” can raise cortisol levels in your body, which is extremely unhealthy. So, what say ye?
Human Growth Hormone Shots
Almost all the HGH sites will tell you that the cost for shots ranges between $10,000 and $20,000 per year. It doesn’t. You can easily find it available for around $3,000 per year and even lower. Needles today are very safe and generally painless.
But sticking yourself twice a day, twenty days per month, doesn’t seem like a routine a healthy person should be doing, no matter how quick and easy it is. Call me squeamish if you like, I don’t care. This might suit some people, and if it does, you can consider going for it.
Those taking HGH injections should be aware that a few problems have been reported with “high” or “over” dosages, so anyone using this protocol would be wise to be clinically monitored on a regular basis by a physician.
HGH Oral Spray
So the HGH spray option is a popular choice for many. Especially considering the fact that you just don't know if the results will be as amazing as what the brand is claiming. So if you are like me, an oral spray seems to be more of a benign, risk free, gentle, therapy which is reasonably priced between $500 and $1250 per year.
The amounts of herbal and nutritional contents listed on a product label can be misleading, like most things these days. What’s important is not the nutritional content listed on the label, but rather how much of that nutrient is actually absorbed into the cells of the body.
Now, saying that an oral spray seems a gentler, more benign approach doesn't mean it provides lesser results. In fact, anyone who is into organic essential oils taken 'under the tongue' or as an oral spray will know how amazingly effective it can be to treat or prevent illnesses and more.
So, oral sprays provide excellent absorption when micro-sized beads or droplets of a nutrient are taken into the body through the tissue lining of the mouth or nose.
Blood capillaries are extremely close to the surface in these areas and readily absorb HGH into the bloodstream. The flow of absorbed nutrients from this area of the mouth is to the Carotid Artery, then to the brain, and then on to the heart within 22 to 30 seconds. Within minutes, it is totally dispersed throughout the body.
As far as which spray is the best, it’s my belief that if and when independent clinical trials are made of all the spray products they will all basically be close in effectiveness. They all contain the same amounts of Somatrophin (Human Growth Hormone). Some add a little bit of female this, some add a little bit of male that.
You may want to look for homeopathic products, because generally there is more care in the manufacturing process and consideration taken to be more gentle on the system. Try Velvet Deer Antler for a well reviewed option.
Learn as much as you can about Human Growth Hormone and make your own decision about which way you want to go. No matter what age you begin taking HGH you will enjoy the results.