HGH used to be a very controversial supplement when it was first starting to gain recognition. Many people associated the supplement with illegal steroids, especially since many professional sports have banned HGH. The media has given HGH a bad name, especially over the counter HGH products. Lets face it, abusing HGH injections isn’t a good thing. But, using over the counter HGH products for what they were designed for is no worse that going to your local supplement store and buying some whey protein to build muscle. That is why HGH supplements are used so much as anti aging products!
This article isn’t discussing the benefits of using HGH for anti aging purposes, but I will list out some of the main reasons to use it. For one, it is great at reducing wrinkles, adding a healthy tone to skin, strengthening hair and nails, and assists in the growth of muscle, which gives you a younger looking body. However, anti aging isn’t just concerned with what you look like. HGH also helps by giving you a natural energy boost, increasing your brain function, speeding up your metabolism, making weight loss easier, and even wards off some age related diseases. It is safe to say that HGH is a great choice for anti aging.
However, what many people get worried about is the fact that HGH is usually associated with serious risks for side effects. While that is true for injections, most over the counter supplements don’t have many serious risks at all. The mere potency of injections compared to HGH supplements is astronomical, which leads to higher risks for diabetes, cardiomegally, Acromegaly, and many other things. These things don’t even enter the conversation when it comes to the risks of OTC HGH products. But, as always, it is always better to be safe than sorry.
So, what should you do to make sure that you don’t see any side effects from using HGH supplements? First of all, never stray away from the directions on the label of the product. If you take too much, it may be harmful to your health. There is a reason that instructions are listed on these products and that is for the consumers to actually use them! Also, I’m sure that you want to get the most results possible while taking your HGH products. That is why you should live a lifestyle that promotes natural HGH production as well. That means consistent exercise and a nutritional plan that promotes the secretion of HGH from the pituitary gland in the brain. If you want the most bang for your buck, you are going to have to live like you want it!
As always, before you just go out and buy a product that looks good, do your research first to see if anybody has seen great results or even side effects from taking the product. You want to find a happy medium where the product that you use actually works and doesn’t give you side effects that outweigh the rewards. Personally, between HGH stimulators and homeopathic HGH, I would stick to homeopathic HGH because it actually contains HGH in the product, unlike HGH stimulators.