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Symptoms of Low HGH!

Why it's Low! How to Get it Back Up!

The Symptoms of Low HGH!

It's not always easy to determine if you have low Growth Hormone levels, unless you're willing to go in for blood tests.


Because many of the symptoms of low HGH, mimic the symptoms of low Testosterone.

Fatigue, loss of muscle and bone mass, decreased sex drive, etc... etc...

Yup, there's a lot of overlap between testosterone and HGH in the symptoms department.


That doesn't mean a self diagnosis is impossible!

As a matter of fact, once you discover exactly what to look out for, you'll find it's not as difficult as it seems.

Let's talk about some of those clues right now...

Symptoms of Low HGH!

Sleep and Human Growth Hormone!

Deep sleep, and human growth production go hand in hand.

If you hit the sack at night, and pass out hard for 7 - 8 hours of deep, uninterrupted sleep, you can bank on the fact that you've scored some nocturnal HGH.

You see, the vast majority of the HGH produced by your system, is made at night, while you're in slow wave sleep.

If you regularly get less than 7 hours, or if you spend the night tossing and turning, you're going to take a hit in the growth hormone department.

Here's another thing to watch out for...

Excessive dreaming!


Because most memorable dreaming occurs during the rapid eye movement (REM) stage, and very little HGH is released in this mode!

Maximum HGH production occurs during delta wave sleep.

The sleep that is so heavy and deep, that dreams are rarely recalled or remembered.

This is the mode where the the pituitary gets busy, producing high levels of HGH.

Symptoms of Low HGH!

Saggy Skin & HGH!

Your skin contains important clues regarding your growth hormone levels.

Everyone wrinkles as they age, and there's nothing you can do to prevent this entirely.


You can slow the process by manipulating your HGH levels!

I want you to try a little experiment right now...

Take your arm and extend it all the way out, with your palm facing toward your face.

Now, slowly bend your arm, and pay attention to the thin flexible skin where your forearm and upper arm come together.

Do you see excessive wrinkling in that area?

If so, you need to go to work on your HGH levels.

Consider this...

In a study completed by Doctor Daniel Rudman, after boosting human growth hormone levels, elderly men had an increase of skin thickness of 7.1% on average.

My experience backs up this conclusion!

Here's what I've discovered...

This thin skin on the arm responds almost immediately to elevated levels of HGH.

As a matter of fact, you can get a good snap shot of your growth hormone production, simply by paying attention to this skin.

If you see a decrease in wrinkling in that area, you'll know you're on the right track.

Anabolic or Catabolic?

Here's the final clue for you...

If you wake up in the morning, following a non-lifting day, with a mild pump, chances are good that you've scored a nice dose of nocturnal HGH.

Once you really make high quality sleep a priority, you'll discover that this happens quite often.

On the flip side, if you wake up fatigued, lethargic, and feeling weak, you most likely missed out on your nocturnal HGH fix.

You spent the night in catabolic mode, and you're body is suffering as a result.

A catabolic night here and there is no big deal,


Weeks, months or years spent in this state, can have a devastating impact on your health and your overall quality of life.

For solutions on how to avoid this problem, follow the link below...

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