What is HGH, and does lacking it affect your weight loss?
Many women struggle with a host of side effects because they have a low HGH level and don’t even know it. Some side effects include weight gain, less elasticity in the skin, gray hair, mood swings, sexual side effects, etc.
Sadly, many women aren’t aware that these issues are linked to low HGH, and instead, they often feel frustrated and confused as to why they don’t look and feel better, no matter what they do. The fact is, there are some simple things you can do to boost your HGH, and the positive effects can be a complete game changer regarding how you look and feel!
Simply put, HGH or “Human Growth Hormone” is a protein structure produced by the anterior pituitary gland that helps to keep us fit and healthy. However, it is especially misunderstood in women.
When we are young, HGH promotes growth, and its levels spike during puberty. However, as we age, our HGH levels decline, and as those levels decline, our bodies pay the price.
In women, deficient HGH levels will have some consequences.
Did you know that women can see their HGH levels start to decline as early as in their 20s!?
Women who are suffering from low HGH will notice changes occurring in their body composition. This could include:
- Weight gain, especially in the hip, stomach, and thigh areas
- Low sex drive
- Loss of elasticity in the skin
- Mood swings
- General signs of aging
- Longer recovery periods after exercise
Fortunately, there are research-proven strategies you can implement today that will help you fight off Mother Nature, bad genetics, and the environmental and lifestyle factors that women face.
Some of the potential benefits of getting your HGH back on track are:
- Weight loss
- More youthful skin and hair
- Increase in muscle mass and bone density
- Healthier brain, vital organs, and other tissues
- A strengthened immune system
- Improved memory
- Reduced stress
- Enhanced sexual life
- Increased energy levels
One of the simplest strategies to naturally kick-start your HGH is high intensity interval training, commonly referred to as HIIT. HIIT performance has been clinically shown to increase growth hormone and IGF-1 levels in as little as 10 minutes, resulting in increased protein synthesis, fat burning, and performance.
To engage in HIIT, choose an activity to perform at 100% intensity for 30-60 seconds (e.g. sprints, battle ropes, cycling), take 30-60 seconds to rest, and then repeat! Sweat-drenching sessions for 15 minutes, 3 times a week, is a great place to start.
But if you want a little more, you can use HGH supplementation. For a lot of women, HGH supplementation can drastically increase fat loss, restore sexual desire, stop or reverse the graying of hair, prevent hair loss, improve bone density, improve skin, and stop excess weight gain.
If you think you need to kick-start your HGH, I highly recommend that you talk with your doctor. He/she can guide you in the right direction. HGH supplements can be purchased at any nutrition store.