HGH (Human Growth Hormone) Research
Human Growth Hormone (HGH, also known as Somatotropin) has a beneficial effect on every cell of our body. On command from the hypothalamus, the pituitary gland produces Human Growth Hormone, but as we get older, the pituitary gland does not release it. Science once believed that HGH was only required while the body grew to maturity; research now indicates that at any age, HGH is necessary in almost all functions of the body. But once the body matures, the levels of released HGH lowers, by as much as 80% from age 21 to 61. As HGH dimishes, so does the youth of our bodies.
The pituitary gland releases Human Growth Hormone in minute amounts, during the hours of sleep. During sleep, HGH helps repair the body, stimulating the growth of new muscle, bone and to replenish the cells with amino acids. With plenty of Human Growth Hormone, the effects of aging are reduced.
The Director of Geriatric Medicine at the Chicago Medical School University Of Health Sciences, Dr. Daniel Rudman, produced the results of his experiments with HGH in the New England Journal Of Medicine. He injected a group of 12 men, ages 61 to 81, with human growth hormone, During a six month period, and reversed their biological ages by 10 to 20 years. Dr. Rudman’s experiments produced a reduction in body fat by 14%, and lean muscle increased by almost 9%. Skin grew more youthful, and the test subjects reported more energy, and an increased sex drive.
Dr. Edmund Chein, M.D. of the Palm Springs Life Extension Institute, created an HGH regime that involved restoring levels of human growth hormone with low dose, high frequency injections. Dr. Chein assures his patients will experience increases in bone density of 1.5 to 2.5% every 6 months, as well as 10% loss of body fat, and increased muscle, and that this may continue until the patient attains the body of a 25 year old. This HGH regime is highly effective, but also very expensive; more than $1,500 a month!
Dr. L. E. Dorman presented research to the American College For The Advancement Of Medicine. Dr. Dorman’s research found he did not need to inject Human Growth Hormone. Dr. Dorman found that secretagogue compounds, taken orally, acted as stimulants or precursors for the production and release of the body’s own HGH. These secretagogues consist primarily of amino acids, which are compounded to stimulate the brain and pituatary gland to release Human Growth Hormone.
Releasing HGH with Sound: Binaural Beats
Studies have shown that Binaural Beat Brain Wave Entrainment can also release (HGH) Human Growth Hormone. Aerospace engineer Michael Herculese used delta brainwave entrainment of 1.05 Hz to stimulate HGH, and measured significant increases in HGH, as well as increased Testosterone and Serotonin levels. Dr. Norman Shealy, noted a release of HGH in response with a 7.8 hz photic stimulus.
Delta is the brain wave frequency of deep sleep, and also of deep healing. In Delta, our brains release HGH. Brain wave entrainment using binaural beat sound also promotes brain wave the balancing of the right and left hemispheres of the brain. Dr. Robert Cosgrove, M.D., a biomedical engineer, stated that brain wave balancing is “an excellent neuropathway exercise that promotes optimal brain performance.” Dr. Cosgrove believes that brain wave balancing “could delay deterioration of the brain due to aging for decades.”
A study by ex-President of the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine, Dr. Vincent Giampapa, showed that Alpha, Theta and Delta brainwaves increase the production of Human Growth Hormone. These slower brainwaves also increase the production of melatonin and DHEA: DHEA by as much as 90%, and melatonin by as much as 300%.
The use of brain wave entrainment to produce Human Growth Hormone has many benefits not found in HGH dietary supplements, including an improved ability to learn, stress relief, and increased awareness.
Source by Jane Maati Smith