web-hgh.com Releases a Guide to HGH

Mount Kisco, NY (PRWEB) August 31, 2005

According to web-hgh.com, Human Growth Hormone is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. The pituitary gland is also responsible for the production of hormones like testosterone and estrogen. HGH acts on the liver and other tissues to stimulate production of insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I). HGH is critical to cell growth and our bodies produce a lot of HGH when we’re young to aid in healthy bone and muscle development.

The body’s production of HGH peaks sometime between the ages of 20 and

31. After this time, HGH production sharply declines. As the production of HGH slackens, our bodies have a harder time maintaining healthy cell growth. This reduction of HGH leads to signs of aging such as hair loss, brittle bones, loose and thinning skin, decreased mental function, decreased sexual performance, increase in body fat, and loss of lean muscle mass.

According to web-hgh.com, reduced HGH levels aren’t necessarily a bad thing. One study suggests that people with a higher HGH level are likely to die at a younger age than those with a lower level of HGH. Studies such as these cast doubt on the health benefits of HGH replacement therapy for anyone other than those who suffer from a profound lack of the hormone.

About web-hgh.com

HGH provides detailed information about HGH products, injections and side effects, where to buy HGH, and reviews of best HGH sprays, supplements, vitamins, and more. For more information go to http://www.web-hgh.com and/or visit its sister site at http://www.e-hyaluronicacid.com for related information.

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