HGH Injections, Brain Exercise and Foods That Help You Improve Mental Focus
Do you remember when you were very young and days felt like they were 30 hours long, years seemed like they took forever to go by — especially the school year, but in your later life, days, weeks and months — even years, appear to fly by?
Men and women who go on growth hormone injection programs notice that the days seem like they are much longer.
This has to do with the mind working more optimally. Growth hormone deficiency can cause a sluggish mind. So when you begin a growth hormone program, use it as a brain gain opportunity.
Study memory techniques, practice adding up the cost of things in your mind at the grocery store, do more puzzle games and learn how to play chess if you don’t already know the rules — find every option you can to exercise your brain online in the mental gym of life.
Add brain training to your growth hormone injection treatment protocol and consume the best foods to feed your mind during this process of mental regeneration.
As a result, you will bring forth a whole new level of focus capacity to your consciousness and life. HGH does wonders for the brain if you give it the fuel and exercise it needs. Keep in mind that brain fog and memory loss have been strongly associated with GH deficiency for decades, but it’s not the only factor — poor nutrition, time, genetics and lifestyle are some others.
Listen to the continuous, loud cacophony about foods and dietary supplements, and you may conclude they really can help sharpen focus to enhance memory, attention span, and general brain function.
But the good news is this…you can boost your chances of maintaining a healthy brain if you add “smart” foods, supplements and drinks to your diet while on a growth hormone injection treatment with our clinic.
There have been people who begin HGH injection programs and do little in the way of exercising and working out the brain or at a fitness gym, but yet they still get positive life-changing results.
If you want to get the maximum results from your HRT program while conducting injectable growth hormone replacement therapy, exercise your brain, not just your body, and give these foods/drinks, listed below some new consideration.
Let’s take a look at the foods and beverages you need to add to your brain-boosting arsenal:
- Sugar: Sugar can heighten your alertness since it is your brain’s preferred fuel source. What we’re talking about here is not pure table sugar, but glucose, which your body processes from the sugars and carbs you eat. This explains why a glass of a healthy sweet drink can offer a short-term boost to memory, thinking, and mental ability. However, as with caffeine, too much can impair memory, as well as everything else in your body. Take it easy with sugar so it can enhance memory without packing on the pounds and ramp up your risk of type 2 diabetes. Many endocrinologists see sugar as a threat to growth hormone metabolization in the body. When your blood sugar levels are too high, your body releases insulin, and this is thought to be a significant hindrance to growth hormone.
- Don’t skip breakfast. Tempted to skip breakfast? Don’t. Here’s why: Studies have found that eating breakfast may improve short-term memory and attention. Students who eat in the morning tend to out-perform those who don’t. Foods at the top of researchers’ brain-fuel list include high-fiber whole grains, dairy, and fruits. Again, don’t overeat; researchers also found high-calorie breakfasts appear to hinder concentration. When you are in the midst of a Growth Hormone treatment program try to eat more meals during the day with much smaller portions. Focus on nutrient-dense foods.
- Eat fish. It’s not a myth. Fish does the brain well. It is an excellent protein source and delivers a powerful brain boost since it is rich in omega-3 fatty acids that are critical for brain health. These healthy fats have super brain power: regular consumption of high levels of omega-3 has been shown to lower dementia and stroke risks and slower mental decline. Additionally, they may play a vital role in enhancing memory, especially as we age. The recommended dosage for brain and heart health is two servings of fish weekly. Salmon is an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acid. On your growth hormone shots program, try eating more fresh fish in place of your typical consumption of land-based animals. Do your homework on the different kinds of fish available to you and pick the ones that work with your personal health goals. For instance, anchovies are thought to increase inflammation in those prone to some autoimmune diseases.
- Nuts and chocolate. Add a daily dose of nuts and chocolate to your menu. Nuts and seeds are excellent sources of the antioxidant vitamin E, which has been linked in some studies to less cognitive decline as you age. Dark chocolate also has other potent antioxidant properties, and it contains natural stimulants like caffeine, which can deepen focus. And the good news? It doesn’t take much. Merely enjoy up to an ounce a day of nuts and dark chocolate to get all the benefits you need with a minimum of excess calories, fat or sugar. Nuts can be an excellent source of protein, and our distant ancestors relied on nuts as part of their diet. If you have made weight training a new, regular part of your new lifestyle while on your HGH replacement therapy, add a small handful of nuts to your breakfast or an afternoon salad to top it off.
- Avocados and whole grains. Every organ in the body depends on blood flow, especially the heart and brain. A diet high in whole grains and fruits like avocados can slash the risk of heart disease and lower bad cholesterol. This reduces your risk of plaque buildup and enhances blood flow, offering a simple, tasty way to fire up brain cells. Whole grains, like popcorn and whole wheat, also contribute essential dietary fiber and vitamin E. Avocados have fat, but it’s healthy — a monounsaturated fat that helps with healthy blood flow. Your body naturally needs fat, so why not choose avocados as the source instead of unhealthy alternatives? As part of your HGH diet, avocados are considered amongst the family of “Superfoods”!
- Blueberries are a “Superfood.” The phrase “superfood” is overused. However, blueberries are the real deal. Research in animals shows that blueberries may help protect the brain from the damage caused by free radicals and may reduce the effects of age-related conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Studies also show that diets rich in blueberries improved both the learning and muscle function of aging rats, making them mentally equal to much younger rats. Cut out all junk food sweets from your life, and add some blueberries instead to your HGH diet.
- Vitamins, minerals, and supplements. There many reports supporting the brain-boosting power of supplements like vitamins B, C, E, beta-carotene, and magnesium. Also, some researchers are cautiously optimistic about ginseng, ginkgo, and vitamin, mineral, and herb combinations and their impact on the brain. However, as with all things in the medical community, opinion is divided, so the research goes on. In the meantime, at the bare minimum, consider adding a multivitamin to your daily menu, and try a few of these other supplements one at a time to gauge their effects. Exercise helps improve nutrient transport to all the places in your body.
- The benefits of healthy eating. It may sound like an ancient cliché, but it is still as valid as ever: If your diet lacks essential nutrients, it can hurt your ability to concentrate. Aim for balance, since eating too much or too little can also interfere with your focus. A heavy meal may make you feel tired, while too few calories can result in distracting hunger pangs. Benefit your brain: Strive for a well-balanced diet full of a wide variety of healthy foods, especially dark green vegetables and legumes.
Getting ready for the big day. Have a test coming up? Or a vital business presentation to give? Then power up your ability to concentrate! Start with a meal of 100% fruit juice, eggs on wheat or rye toast, and a small cup of coffee. In addition to eating a well-balanced meal, consider these ideas:
- Get a good night’s sleep — aim for at least 8 hours.
- Stay hydrated — take two showers a day and always keep a tall glass of water next to you.
- Exercise your brain with puzzles and chess to help sharpen thinking and improve memory.
- Meditate to clear thinking and reduce stress.
Finally, this cannot be stated enough, when engaging in a human growth hormone injection protocol, don’t just exercise your body and improve your knowledge of diet science as you make lifestyle modifications. Also, use your brain to bring your mental focus to laser sharpness.
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