Growth Hormone Improves Brain Function

July 26, 2013      HGH Information

HGH Blueprint for Improving Brain Function

Brain function – if you have a desire for a sharper, more observant, quicker response time brain, you aren’t alone. Most of us look to improving brain function. Most of us would like to see improvements intellectually and emotionally – in fact, not so much an improvement as just a return to what we had a few years ago.

It’s frustrating! Now it seems like we have trouble retaining information or processing information. Are you tired of blaming it on aging? The problem is that’s exactly what it is related to, but more specifically, HGH or the human growth hormone.

If you are not familiar with HGH and its role in the human body, now is a good time to learn more about it. The HGH hormone is produced in the pituitary gland and by the time we reach middle age our bodies are producing a fraction of what they produced when we were children and/or teens. The reduction in human growth hormone in the body is directly linked to poorer brain function. In fact, now’s a great time to look at an HGH blue print for improving your brain function.

You are Your Brain
For centuries there has been a great debate among philosophers about the mind-body relationship. There currently is a great deal of proof to substantiate that our brain – our minds- are where our personalities and identities stem from. If you lose a limb we are changed physically but remain for the most part the same person emotionally and mentally. But if our brain becomes injured our entire identity changes and is altered. All the more reason to keep our brain functioning optimally.

Human Growth Hormone working at Your Cellular Level
Because HGH works at our cellular level it can directly impact your brain. HGH is able to regenerate cells and tissues. HGH s not able to regrow nerve cells. To date there is nothing that has been found that can do that. What HGH can do is increase nerve growth factors, if HGH levels are at optimal levels within the body. When this is done brain improvement occurs because o the brain cells that are rebuilt.

For example, Researchers haven’t been able to use HGH therapy to grow new nerve cells, but they have been able to consistently produce renewed dendritic connections. These are like spidery arms connecting neurons for communication. This research will continue to expand.

Brain Research with Human Growth Hormone
A recent study conducted by Barbara Johnston, Peter Gluckman, and colleagues at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, demonstrated a striking result for IGF-I, the form in which HGH does its work. Injecting IGF-I into brain injured fetal lambs, they were able to save damaged neurons. As well, they were able to stave off apoptosis – the programmed death of cells – in these brain injured lambs.

Apoptosis accompanies a brain injury and can continue to do damage for up to 3 days after the injury. The IGF-I injection prevent the cell deaths.

The Impact HGH Has on the Brain
One way HGH affects the brain tissue is by bringing about increased concentration of the brain’s neurotransmitters. These neurotransmitters are the actual carriers of information from on e brain cell to the next, one would anticipate that HGH would affect brain function by enhancing it and speeding up the process.

Many who have undergone HGH therapy will tell you that very quickly they had back the sharper memory they enjoyed when they were younger. Since memory loss is linked to aging and HGH reduces the signs of aging it make sense that memory would improve when HGH levels were restored.

One of Dr. Chein’ s own studies, discovered how HGH affects brain memory function. In that study, 62% of patients reported an improvement in memory.

Currently, the results of how HGH affects brain structure and function have been positive. And the regeneration of neurons – it has shown many beneficial effects. Most importantly, HGH has shown that it may be effective in helping us to maintain our identity, to remain who we have always been as we go through the aging process.

Other Research Includes:
Human growth hormone. This may prove to be another valuable weapon in your arsenal of brain longevity medications. Several of my patients report that it has helped them to feel better, to lose weight, and to think more clearly. Synthetic HGH is, however, considerably more expensive than the other pharmaceutical drugs that help rejuvenate the body and brain.
Brain Longevity by Dharma Singh Khalsa M.D. with Cameron Stauth, page 414

If you begin a brain longevity program, you will probably lose weight, for several reasons. You will probably eat less fat, and therefore consume fewer calories. Your endocrine system will begin to function more efficiently, producing the hormones that help “burn” fat, such as human growth hormone.
Brain Longevity by Dharma Singh Khalsa M.D. with Cameron Stauth, page 229

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