It’s funny how sometimes advertisements can give you more information than scientific reports. Of course, you want to do your homework and check up on their claims. This happened to me recently when I picked up the health food store’s magazine when I was in the store. I left it by the computer when I got home and forgot about it until I was waiting for the computer to process several tasks.
A full page ad for anti-aging caught my eye. Now I used to think about anti-aging as a somewhat vain concern about wrinkles and appearance. But as I’ve gotten older, I started thinking about the ways the body starts to slow down and fail. For me that’s about arthritis, lymphedema and needing new glasses. It would be great to have one magic bullet that would turn all that around and prevent future problems.
And that’s what this ad promised. The body starts producing less and less Human Growth Hormone in the twenties or thirties. I read that HGH deficiency is thought to be behind many of the ailments of aging which some doctors now see as a treatable disease. The product advertised was a natural source product that would stimulate the body (the pituitary gland actually) to produce HGH.
Currently synthetic HGH (also called somatropin) is available only by prescription in the U.S. and Canada. In Canada it can only be prescribed for HGH deficiency and AIDs. Prior to these regulations, HGH was used by many athletes to lose fat, increase muscle mass, boost energy, heal connective tissue injuries, speed recovery and possibly increase oxygen uptake. Unfortunately HGH was lumped in with the anabolic steroids misused by many athletes and has now been banned along with the steroids by many athletic groups.
Medical authorities frequently say that there is little evidence that HGH has anti-aging effects in healthy adults. That’s where I get a little exasperated. Those who fund scientific studies are rarely motivated to fund studies of natural remedies because natural products tend to be less profitable than pharmaceutical products. So of course proof is lacking. The Mayo clinic says straight out that “Studies of healthy adults taking human growth hormone are limited”.
But if you have a look at the anecdotal reports from real people who spend real money, HGH is frequently and enthusiastically credited with restoring functions lost to aging and helping with fat loss.
In fact, there is such enthusiasm that programs including HGH are offered in countries outside the U.S. and Canada for U.S. and Canadian residents.
Here is a list of some things HGH is said to do:
- Improve sleep, memory and mood
- Sharpen vision
- Regrow hair and internal organs that shrink with age
- Lose fat and cellulite, increase muscle mass
- Enhance cardiac, kidney and sexual function
- Strengthen bones and immune system
- Remove wrinkles
- Lower blood pressure
- Control cholesterol
- Relieve symptoms of fibromyalgia, lower back pain, cataracts and more
As I thought about all this I felt myself getting motivated to see what HGH stimulation could do for me. And I also felt very smug. You see, even though I hadn’t been terribly motivated, I had obtained a frequency recording for stimulating the pituitary gland to produce HGH. I’ve started listening to it regularly now. I’m not buying pills and then refills. I’m not putting a foreign substance in my body that might cause side effects. I’m not flying out of the country to an anti-aging program. I just listen to this frequency recording regularly.
HGH Stim in the Mind-Sync D series from the Brainwave Entrainment Store boasts 3 levels of brainwave entrainment frequencies for stimulating HGH production by your very own pituitary gland. You can listen to the frequencies while awake or asleep, on your computer or your mobile device. You determine how often and how long you listen to them. You buy it once and you don’t need any refills.
This is the easy way to test for HGH stimulation and production in your own body. Likely the most inexpensive way as well. So if you are wishing for anti-aging changes, help with fat loss or athletic performance, check out this frequency recording.