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Hormone Benefits

Our body should always produce human growth hormone otherwise we would not be able to perform any action. As we age, our body produces less HGH. By time we reach at 60, we will have lost about 75% of the human growth hormone that our body once produced.

At 20 years old our body produces an average 500 micrograms/day of human growth hormone.
At 40 years old our body produces an average 200 micrograms/day of human growth hormone.
At 80 years old our body produces an average 25 micrograms/day of human growth hormone.

Until recently the effects of AGHG in adults were unknown. It is now recognized as a specific clinical syndrome with numerous physiological consequences with effects on

  • Body composition, including abdominal obesity
  • Blood Lipids
  • Muscular strength
  • Exercise capacity and energy
  • Cardiovascular risk factors
  • Psychological well-being

Possible Effects of HGH/Sermorelin Therapy

  • SKIN – Improved skin elasticity, texture, and tightness.
  • ENERGY – Increased energy and emotional stability.
  • BONE – May improved bone strength.
  • SEXUAL POWER – Increased sexual potency and frequency.
  • MUSCLE – Increased muscle strength and mass.
  • FAT – Decreased fat tissue.
  • MEMORY – Improved mental functioning and strength.
  • HEART – Improved cardiovascular strength and lower blood pressure.
  • KIDNEY – Improved kidney function.
  • IMMUNE SYSTEM – Improved immunity and healing.
  • HAIR – Improved hair texture.
  • CHOLESTEROL – Elevated HDL and lowered LDL.

The human growth hormone (HGH) is normally produced by the pituitary gland and a deficiency occurs when the pituitary gland does not produce enough, either because of genetic abnormality, injury, or the aging process. The deficiency causes muscle loss and weakness, fatigue, weight gain, sexual dysfunction, emotional problems, low bone density and other metabolic problems.

If you think you may be effected by HGH deficiency syndrome please contact us at Beyond-Biology right away for testing we can help. Call Us at 1-888-908-0804