HGH is one of the most important hormones in our bodies. HGH is not even visible to the naked eye, and it’s produced by the pea-sized pituitary gland at the base of your brain. Yet HGH is your body’s most active defense against aging.
HGH is a protein hormone that regulates growth and cell production. There’s little going on in your body that HGH doesn’t play a part in. Your production of the hormone peaks at puberty, resulting in growth spurt and increased energy. As you age, the pituitary gland distributes less and less of the substance, until by age 50 your output is at less than half.
So what exactly does HGH do? You may as well ask what HGH doesn’t do. Because it’s responsible for growth and cell production, it plays a vital part in your mood, health and strength, and physical appearance.
Scientists and medical professionals have known about HGH for decades, but it only became clear how exactly increase in HGH affects adults, as well as how to safely stimulate the pituitary gland, for maximum HGH output.