Increasing HGH levels is the only anti-ageing treatment known that actually makes people look younger!” (Ronald M Klatz M.D. “Ten Weeks To A Younger You”) As we age, our skin becomes thinner and loses its firm texture and elasticity. In the world-renowned study by Doctor Daniel Rudman, after increasing hgh levels, elderly men had an increase of skin thickness of 7.1% on average. A further self evaluation of 202 people taking HGH for six months showed that two thirds reported improvement in skin texture, skin thickness, and skin elasticity.
Of this same group, 61% observed fewer wrinkles and 38% reported healthier hair. Not to mention the host of other benefits including increased energy levels, libido, lean muscle.
Patients usually started noticing changes within a few weeks of treatment.
Fine lines appeared to vanish, deeper wrinkles receded, and facial fat decreased so that puffs of fat under the eyes evaporated, while the facial muscles that lift and hold the skin became stronger.
The skin needs collagen more than anything else, but you want the body to be able to manufacture it properly, and that comes from human growth hormones.
HGH stimulates (along with insulin growth factor 1 – a hormone that relies on HGH for its production) the process of regenerating new cells. These cells make up the basis for collagen, as well as muscle, bone, hair, and more.
When you increase the level of HGH, skin benefits because of the increased collagen production. Collagen begins to fill in the different layers of the skin, the appearance takes on a plumper, more hydrated look. As the skin becomes thicker and firmer, wrinkles and fine lines begin to disappear.
Looking at the use of HGH and skin elasticity, we notice that besides the changes in texture, we also see a reduction in the appearance of age spots. Overall Skin tone improves.
The use of HGH for ageing skin has shown how human growth hormone therapy stimulates the synthesis of collagen type 1, found in connective tissues. Ultrasound measurements of skin thickness after six months showed a significant improvement.
HGH also increases the synthesis of new proteins that lie underneath skin structure. In animal experiments, it increased the strength and collagen content of the skin. Collagen and elastin are the underlying foundation of the epidermis. HGH restored the turgor, or bounciness, that is characteristic of young skin, so the skin bounced back more readily on a pinch test and became better toned, and sagged less*. All of this along with the weight loss benefits enhanced Hgh levels has to offer.
Reference: * “Hormone Deficiency in Adulthood and the Effects of” Growth Hormone Replacement: A Review, Journal Of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 83(2),p382
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