Signs of ageing that you cannot afford to ignore
A lot of times, we may not realise that we are deficient in growth hormone. So, we chug along day after day, without being aware that we are actually ageing. The fact of the matter is, we cannot afford to be lax, because once over 30, our bodies will no longer produce the same amount of hormones like it once did, and it is downhill all the way.
All the signs of ageing start will start creeping up on us in a slow but steady fashion. This is the time to be proactive in impeding this process. Simply wishing to stay young will not do anything – you need to take concrete measures on a daily basis if you wish to retain your youth for longer!
Although this is not an exhaustive list, these signs do indicate that ageing is underway:
- Increasing body fat
- Deteriorating quality of sleep
- Reduced energy to do normal activities
- Declining muscle mass
- Reduced exercise ability
- Increased feelings of anxiety, depression, and social isolation
- Declining sexual drive
- Increased skin dryness
The thing about ageing is that most humans adapt to the less-than-optimal health state brought about by ageing without being aware of it, and this is what happens in the majority of cases. By the time, they realise they are already over the hill, is when they are already long past the crest, or peak of that hill!
A simple test to gauge your ageing
A useful yet simple test you can do at home to gauge your ageing progression is to see how long you can stand on one leg with eyes closed, before falling over. To do this test, have someone nearby to catch you when you fall. Stand barefoot on a flat, hard surface with both feet together, and close your eyes.
Lift your left foot (if you are right handed, and vice versa if you are left handed) off the floor about 6 inches (15 cm), bending your knee at a 45 degree angle. Keep as still as possible throughout the test, and have the other person time you for how long you can stand this way without opening your eyes or falling over.
Repeat 3 times and take the average time. A young person aged 20-30 years old can usually stand on one feet with eyes closed for 30 seconds or more, a middle aged person (40-50) will average 18 seconds, while an old person aged 60-70 years old will quickly topple within a few seconds.
Slowing down ageing starts now
Only by revitalising yourself with a proper program of taking a HGH releaser like GenF20 Plus, stimulating your own growth hormone production, and undergoing the change to a much healthier lifestyle, will you begin to feel and notice the difference prior to, and after, your physical overhaul. Depending on the amount of physical deterioration you have experienced, it may take a while before you can actually notice the change!
The important thing is to start now, and impede the ageing process as soon as possible!