Natural Growth Hormone Therapy
HGH is a big buzzword in the weight loss and anti-aging industry right now. A lot of synthetic supplementation has been used in the past, but that may not be the best way to boost your HGH levels.
For example, synthetic HGH cannot fully mimic the benefits and actions of hormones produced by your own body. Though it may function in some of the same ways, it cannot promote proper body function as well as the hormone produced by your body.
Natural HGH boosters are, as a result, far more likely to help you achieve the goals you wish to reach. But how do you allow yourself to release HGH and produce more?
Delicious and Nutritious
One of the biggest inhibitors of HGH is insulin, which is created and used by the body in order to control the amount of sugar in the blood. Foods that have a high-glycemic index spike insulin production as the body tries to regulate how much sugar goes into the bloodstream, and this is a huge obstacle for HGH release.
You can help to encourage the release of HGH by sticking to low-glycemic foods like brown rice, whole wheat or grains, and fruits. Lean proteins are also a great help for enhancing the body’s ability to release the HGH produced by the pituitary gland.
Though all exercise is beneficial for the overall health of the body, strength training is most directly linked to helping the natural release of HGH.
As you lift, squat, or press pounds at the gym or at home, lactic acid builds up in your muscles and triggers the need for HGH production. In this way, regular strength training gives higher chances of boosted HGH than most supplements or injections can promise.
Strength training is somewhat dangerous, since certain individuals may think that the harder you train, the more HGH will be supplied. However, if you exhaust your body too much it will be much harder for it to produce the right hormones and HGH production and release might actually be stopped.
It is best to find routines and weights that feel challenging anywhere between 8 and 12 reps. If you are doing more with ease, get heavier weights. If you cannot do that many on your first set, get lighter ones.
A lot of the influence that the right diet and exercise can give your HGH levels is best supported through two different ways.
First, it is important to supplement certain elements or nutrients in the body that help with muscle building and HGH release. Amino acids, melatonin, GABA, and glutamine can all help to increase the production of HGH and are all natural.
Though not all supplements will include all of these ingredients, they are something to look out for as you work to help your body naturally produce more HGH.
Second, get enough sleep. Most HGH is produced within the first few hours of sleep, and it is very difficult to establish a pattern of production if you are only getting 4 or 5 hours of sleep or less every night.
It is important to establish regular sleep patterns as well. Though staying up late one or two nights in a row will not have a great impact overall, extended interrupted sleep patterns will inhibit HGH creation and distribution.