hGH Research Information
Human growth hormone is an endocrine hormone, produced by the pituitary gland in the center of the brain and regulates all other hormones within the body. Research of the body's hormone-secreting glands, also known as Endocrinology, is a complex Science.
Some of the terminology in Endocrinology, including hormone therapy and disorders, may be unfamiliar to you. To get acquainted with this terminology, we have prepared a glossary.
Growth Hormone Declines With Age
Everyone has optimal levels of HGH in their body from birth throughout adolescence. However, HGH levels generally peak between the ages of 21 and 30 then begin a steady decline at the rate of 14-15% per decade with only a trace left after the age of 60. At approximately, age 20, the pituitary gland produces an average of 500 micrograms of HGH per day and by 80 years of age less than 25 micrograms per day.
Studies have shown that virtually every adult exhibits significant loss of HGH, the main contributor of aging. By the age of 40 "elderly" levels of HGH production may exist, down as much as 50% of youthful adolescent levels.
Regaining hGH Levels
To safely regain optimal levels, GHR 15 is an effective, all natural HGH releaser alternative. It has a unique blend of over 30 ingredients stimulating the anterior pituitary gland to release your own growth hormones. With continued use, GHR 15 will slow the aging process, promote health , vitality, longevity and improve the quality of life.