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The Anti-Aging Lifestyle

Lifestyle Changes

The following lifestyle changes will greatly increase your quality of life and significantly improve your HGH levels. Work on the following lifestyle issues and you will reduce or eliminate many of the factors that have the strongest negative impact on your HGH output.

1. Reduce stress in your life

  1. Get enough sleep and rest. Take a daily nap. One at noon is best or if that isn’t possible get one right after work. Set up a ritual that gives you a regular hour of bedtime. Avoid sleeping pills as these often create dependency and may have side effects.

  2. Get regular vigorous exercise. Relaxed muscles mean relaxed nerves. Follow the High Intensity Program, or choose whatever exercise is realistic for your age and physical condition. Some examples include hiking, biking, walking, golf, tennis, home calisthenics, and swimming.

  3. Don’t be afraid of compromise. In a stressful situation you can either fight, back off, or compromise. You don’t always have to choose to fight or feel defeated if you back off.

  4. Avoid coping solutions that involve alcohol or drugs. A little relaxation is fine, but drinking or using drugs each time you are faced with a problem soon leads to addiction.

  5. Identify your fears, even list them. Talk your problems over with yourself and others who will listen. Think of ways to cope with them. Seek information about the things you fear. Knowledge can bring runaway fears down to earth. Make a decision, right or wrong, and then act on it. Anxiety results when you sit in the middle and let your fears tug at you from opposite directions.

  6. Avoid disruption. Try to maintain a balance in the face of disruptive elements. Reestablish calm after unavoidable upsets by following comfortable pre-set routines.

  7. Laugh more. Laughter is a good tension breaker. Laugh at yourself so that you do not take yourself too seriously.

  8. Meditation, yoga, Tai Chi, biofeedback, and many other techniques have been used to alleviate stress. Click here for an interesting article on stress reduction.

2. Reduce high blood sugar levels

High blood sugar levels throughout the day will negatively impact your HGH output. Please see the section on diet and nutrition for ways to decrease the likelihood that your diet increases your blood sugar levels.

3. Improve your digestion

Click here for an article on ways to improve your digestion.

4. Improve your sleep

  1. Most people do best with seven to eight hours of sleep per night. Make sure you get enough sleep every night.

  2. Try to get to bed before 11 PM. The majority of the tissue growth and repair in the body occurs between the hours of 12 and 3 AM, which coincides with the greatest release of growth hormone.

  3. Avoid eating just before bed as the digestion of food can interfere with sleep.

  4. Eat a high-protein snack a few hours before bed. This can be beneficial for the correct output of hormones by the pituitary and the pineal glands.

  5. Avoid caffeine containing foods and beverages, which can have a long lasting impact on your ability to sleep.

  6. Take an HGH secretagogue before bed. this will help re-set your biological clock and give you a restful night as you enter a deep REM sleep pattern.

5. Have an exercise program that allows for appropriate recovery time and do not over exercise

  1. Please see the articles on exercise on how to implement an anti-aging exercise program.

  2. Over exercising can slow fat burning and muscle building.

6. Reduce toxicity in your body

The liver is the major organ for dealing with toxicity absorbed from the outside and toxicity that is created within the body. Increased levels of toxicity from the environment, from the food and drinks we consume, from alcohol and caffeine, from prescription and recreational drugs, and from cigarette smoking have all been shown to influence the output of HGH by increasing the release of the inhibitory hormone somatostatin.

Please see the section on Detoxification for more details.


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