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How to Increase Growth Hormone Production For Muscle and Nerve Cell Repair

Human growth hormone is a naturally occurring hormone inside our bodies, and as the name itself says, its function is pretty straightforward and easy to grasp, i.e. it is responsible for our bodies’ growth. To be more specific, HGH contributes to your body’s overall¬† tissue composition, is in charge of cellular development and repair, various metabolic processes and a multitude of other functions. It is also a crucial component in muscle tissue development, muscle strength and it plays an essential part in the body’s recovery process when we injure ourselves.

Human growth hormones is vital in many body functions

As we already mentioned, HGH is a compound upon which a long and varied list of functions depend. It is of key importance when it comes to nerve damage, which makes it essential in the body’s multi-phase process of repair and recovery. Other functions include: muscle growth and development, cellular repair and injury recovery, various metabolic processes such as digestion, food conversion, fat loss,¬† physical exercise performance, strength, endurance and many others.

HGH is the best cure for patients with neuropathy

Neuropathy (also called peripheral neurophaty) is damage or dysfunction of one or more nerves that typically results in numbness, tingling, muscle weakness and pain in the affected area. As neuropathy gradually takes its toll on the nerves, the body faces a battle that is becoming harder and harder to win with each passing day. Once the nerve has been damaged, this damage doesn’t stop progressing until the cause behind it is removed and/or reversed. Sometimes, it’s an uphill battle, with the body trying to heal its nerves faster than the rate at which they’re degenerating, and most of the time, it’s losing. This is where HGH can help.

When the body is faced with such a condition, it needs all the help it could get. There are many methods to naturally increase the body’s release of chemicals which will help it combat the damage caused by neuropathy and human growth hormone has proven to be the most effective. HGH rebuilds the body on a cellular level, meaning that it contributes to the body’s built-in repairing mechanisms which help the nerves regenerate, especially in a situation where they have already taken a lot of damage. When the process of demyelination or axonal damage set in, the body is in dire need of HGH to repair itself.

When there’s low amount of HGH in circulation, the nerve endings suffer the most unless you provide them what they need. It’s not that complicated or difficult, you just have to help your body produce more HGH. Let’s get into the details of some of the relatively easy methods by which one can naturally increase their bodies’ HGH levels, and improve their healing ability as well as achieve a higher quality of life.

1. Maintain a healthy weight

To simplify, the more fat you carry, the less HGH is produced. It’s been proven that one of the biggest factors to increase the levels of human growth hormone in the body, is to significantly reduce body weight (especially around the waist).

There are many ways to lose weight and it turns out that fasting is one of the most effective ones to do so. It should be noted that it’s very important to fast safely and carefully. When overdone it can become quite dangerous, so you need to ensure that what you’re following proper safety guidelines. There are lots of different effective ways to do it, so doing some quick search on Google will bring up lots of options to choose from. You need to choose that one that best suits your specific daily schedule and overall lifestyle.

The most popular form is intermittent fasting.¬† In addition to helping you lose weight, this method, provided it’s followed by a low-glucose meal, can also help you reduce insulin level spikes (which occur when you eat a high-glucose meal), as these interfere with the body’s natural production of HGH.

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