HGH Benefits

What are the benefits?

Let’s look at some of the important physiological, physical, mental, and emotional benefits that result from maintaining a healthy balance of human growth hormone levels.


  • Increased metabolism – HGH boosts your metabolic processes so protein, carbohydrates, and sugars become energy rather than stored fat.
  • Stronger immune system – As we age, we experience a higher risk of illness. HGH improves the body’s ability to fight off infection by strengthening immune system functions.
  • Faster cell regeneration – To maintain healthy bones, muscles, internal organ size and functions, skin, and hair, new cells are critical.
  • Lower cholesterol – Not only does HGH improve your overall heart health, but it lowers LDL cholesterol.
  • Enhanced libido – Sexual functions, including thoughts, feelings, and desire benefit directly from HGH.


  • More defined, toned muscles – HGH stimulates cell reproduction providing a plentiful supply of new cells that support muscle growth and an increase in strength.
  • Trimmer body – A higher metabolic rate means loss of excess weight, particularly around the abdomen.
  • Younger-looking skin – Your body will produce more elastin and collagen, firming and tightening the skin while reducing sagging, wrinkles, accumulation of collagen, and age spots.
  • Thicker hair – Due to increased cell production, your hair will grow in thicker and fuller, with some people seeing their natural hair color return after 6 months of replacement therapy.
  • Longer, stronger nails – Nail growth speeds up significantly, becoming stronger and resisting peeling and chipping.


  • Stay focused – Your brain is home to countless growth hormone receptors which rely on HGH for the proper functions, improving your ability to concentrate.
  • Learn faster – Better focus means you’re able to retain and process the things you hear, see, or learn at a higher rate.
  • Process easier – Many patients find they can complete mathematical equations in their brains along with other mental tasks at a quicker pace than they have in years.
  • Sharper memory – HGH is one of the chemicals which prevent dementia and is responsible for a sharp memory.
  • Increased motivation – Increase your productivity and complete more tasks with a greater level of focus and motivation.


  • Decreased depression – HGH deficiency can lead to depression on many fronts:
    • Dissatisfaction with appearance
    • Loss of sexual functions and desire
    • Fear of illness and dementia in later years
  • Reduced stress and anxiety – When HGH levels decline, cortisol levels rise and lead to increased feelings of stress and anxiousness which growth hormone can reverse.
  • Better sleep – High cortisol and low HGH levels interfere with sleep, so when you increase HGH you rapidly begin to sleep better at night and have more energy during the day.
  • Improved mood – As feelings of depression start to ebb away, a happier, brighter mood emerges.
  • Happier outlook and quality of life – a brighter mood can change how you view your life and what is in store for the future.