HGH Reviews, Testimonials & Consumer Reports

HGH supplements are a way to enhance HGH in your body either through pills, powder form of HGH, oral spray or synthetic forms of HGH. With synthetic forms of HGH, you see instant results as it is directly injected into your body. There is HGH available in powder form which is made of natural ingredients which also helps in increasing muscle. Injection form of HGH is generally prescribed to children and adults with health concerns and growth problems. With the many affects that HGH on human body, it is mostly used by body builders to increase their muscle. So, before we get to the reviews, lets know how does it work and its effect on your body.

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What is HGH and how does it work?

HGH is a natural hormone secreted by Somatropic cells in the pituitary glands. It is a hormone responsible for the overall well-being of the human body including the proper growth, muscle, concentration, aging factor, sex drive etc.

But due to the many benefits of fat burn, muscle building, etc., it has been widely used by body builders as a body building supplement. Read the positive testimonials here.

Reviews of HGH injection:

When you check online or in any body building forum, you will come across many people who say that using HGH has helped them. Remember that using it in proper doses is essential.

It is usually taken deep inside the muscle and at different places every time you inject. HGH injections were designed for medical use and were not designed for body building or anti-aging factors. Hence, it is not approved by Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The benefits of using HGH include:

·         Boosts energy

·         Maintains healthy cholesterol levels

·         Rejuvenates your skin/hair

·         Maintains blood pressure

·         Boosts immunity


Using HGH injections increases muscle mass but there will be no affect seen on the strength.

There are some side effects also included with it. Common side effects can include headache, joint pains, muscle pains and swelling in hands and feet.


As HGH works on cell regeneration, people with problems like cancers, tumors, diabetes and breathing issues should never take HGH.


If you want to start with taking HGH, the best person to contact is your doctor. Once you visit the internet, there are various reviews to the use of HGH supplements. Whether you want to start supplementing in pill form of herbal form or injections, it is advisable not to follow the reviews on internet because people are paid to write on the websites of sale.


So, what should you out when looking for reviews?

You can read through everything on the internet for you information. But while looking for reviews, check the clinical studies and scientific reviews about a product.The review should be able to give you answers on all the basic to complicated questions about HGH that you may have. This will certainly take time, but will help you a lot in knowing the product before you start it. After all, you do not want any kind of risk. Try to look for options of taking the supplements, dosage, availability, legality and it’s side effects etc.

12 Tips to Keep the Holiday Season Special

lead image for 12 Tips to Keep the Holiday Season SpecialYou know her. The woman with six children who glides effortlessly through the holidays turning out handmade gifts and edibles, entertaining family and friends, and all in perfectly polished outfits without being a complete wreck inside. Yeah, that’s not me. And I bet it’s not you either. Unfortunately, it seems that stress has become synonymous with the holiday season, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Remember that the holidays are yours to own—you can and should make them just the way you want them to be. So, take a deep breath and remember the reason for the season. My favorite tips to keep the season special will help you slow down and actually enjoy this beautiful time of year.

1. Reassess

Make a list of everything you do surrounding the holiday season and take note which activities trigger stress. In each of these situations ask yourself, “Who am I doing this for?” Your children? Your mother-in-law? Your husband? Yourself? If you’re going through the motions just to meet your own expectations and no one else, why not cross it off the list?

2. Bring the outdoors inside

Keep evergreens, holly berries, poinsettias and pinecones around the house. The delicious smell and bright colors are bound to make you happier.

3. Break out of the usual routine

Go ice-skating together as a family. Make a gingerbread house. Sing Christmas carols. It might sound hokey, but trust me you and the kids will have a blast doing it.

4. Do something for yourself

Get a manicure and pedicure or a massage (or both!). Whatever the indulgence, you deserve it and should take care of yourself.

5. Take some shortcuts

Don’t feel bad about taking shortcuts in the kitchen, especially if you are hosting a get together. Use pre-made chicken stock, canned pumpkin or any other convenience food. Anything to ditch the stress so you can have more fun—that’s what the season is all about!

6. Count your blessings

Gratitude always brings joy. Life is better when you see the glass half full instead of half empty.

7. Add some sparkle

Dressing up for a holiday party? Add something glittery—a hair accessory, nail polish or shoes. Glitter can be fun and festive around the holidays. Just remember a little goes a long way.

8. Exercise

It releases endorphins, which not only make you happy, but also make you want to eat healthier and stay on track this season.

9. Set the mood

Candles are a simple way to add a little glamour and ambiance. Create a candlescape on your dining table or mantel. Wrap the candles with garland and add a few ornaments. Voila! A beautiful centerpiece.

10. Check your perfectionism at the door

Are you a working mom who is comparing her baking and tree-trimming efforts to those of a stay-at-home mom with two full-time nannies? Are you visualizing a Christmas party right out of the movies? It’s tough not to put pressure on yourself, but seriously—stop.

11. Start a new tradition

If a huge family get-together is too complicated or torturous for you, why not suggest seeing relatives separately. You could meet for several intimate dinners on different nights making everything much more manageable. Or better yet, dine out! If travel logistics are overwhelming, celebrate a month later when travel is much easier and fares are cheaper.

12. Slow down

The season seems to fly by faster and faster each year. Remember to stop once in awhile and take a deep breath of that beautiful pine tree smell, enjoy a one-on-one cocktail with your husband by the fire, and roast a marshmallow or two with the kids. When you stop to enjoy the little things, suddenly everything seems just right.

What do you do to keep your sanity during the holidays? Any special traditions you would like to share? We would love to hear. Happy holidays to you and yours!

10 Tips for a Joyous Holiday Season

crismatsThe holidays should be a joyous time of the year. They provide opportunities for activities that are out-of-the-ordinary, the celebration of traditions, promote togetherness and simply offer a ‘warm and fuzzy’ feeling.  However, as the parent of a special needs child, the holiday season may present a few extra challenges.

Last week we talked about your children and how to help them through the holidays. This week, it’s all about you, the parents, and providing you with the tools to support yourself this season.

Celebrations and activities that are out of the norm can certainly cause confusion, which can lead to an upset child – and upset parents – during the holiday season.

If you are the parent of a special needs child, don’t greet the holiday season with worry at the thought of being stressed. With some proper planning, you can enjoy the holiday season with your child to the fullest.

Here are some simple, yet powerful tips that will make your holiday merry and bright.

  1. Live in the Moment:

It’s great to have plans, but when it comes to children, especially special needs children, plans can change at the drop of a hat. You can certainly make your holiday plans, but be willing to adjust them based on your child’s reaction. Live in the moment and go with the flow. Your kids will only be young and carefree for so long, enjoy it while you can!

  1. Make it Simple:

Yes, the holidays are often about elaborate celebrations filled with great fanfare; however, such events may not be received well by children with special needs. Remember that consistency is key with special needs children. Include some special activities for you to enjoy, but don’t go overboard, as to avoid unwanted stress.

  1. Prioritize:

What is most important to you during the holiday season? Is it going to church to celebrate? Decorating? Partaking in a traditional family event? Choose one or two things that are of particular importance to you and focus your energy on making those events a success.

  1. Have an Emergency Plan:

You never know when things can go awry; which is as true for parents of typically developing children as it is for parents of children with special needs. Have a plan in place, should things go sour to add extra security during the chaos of the holidays.

  1. Prepare:

The element of surprise isn’t always the best with special needs children. Taking your child to a parade that interrupts part of his or her daily routine can be quite upsetting. Prepare your child for the changes and discuss events early and in detail so your child knows what to expect in order to reduce the chances of a meltdown.

  1. Keep Track:

When preparing your child for upcoming holiday events, keeping track of when the event will occur can benefit both you and your child. Post a calendar and count down the days until the event happens. Having a goal in sight can create much excitement and help keep you focused on the positive.

  1. Think Twice:

Really think about an event and your child’s reaction before you decide to go. If your child is noise sensitive and the event includes loud noises, it might be in everyone’s best interest to avoid such an event. It is easy to get carried away with the planning of the holiday season, however, taking the time to carefully think about your plans may help you avoid much stress.

  1. Enlist Help:

Remember that there is no shame in asking for help. The holidays are stressful enough for anyone, and they can be particularly more-so for the parent of a special needs child. Ask for help from friends and family members. A little help can go a long way.

  1. Take a Deep Breath:

Remember that nothing in life is perfect. Stay as cool, calm and collected as possible. Your child will play off of your emotions and when your tensions are high, your child will react – and likely in a negative way.

  1. Go Easy on Yourself:

Contrary to popular belief, you aren’t a super hero. Despite your best efforts, things can go wrong. Don’t beat yourself up if a meltdown occurs or you can’t attend to everything you planned. Life happens, roll with it and make sure to take some time for yourself and take care of your needs.

Winter season special Hair care tips

Winter season special: Hair care tips

* Conditioning is the key: So many people deal with rough hair due to the sudden weather change mixed with harsh winter winds. A good conditioner will lock in all the moisture in to your hair and keep it clean and nourished. A good tip is to not rinse out to your conditioner completely if you have thick hair. For people with fine hair, you should just leave in a little bit of conditioner on the tips.

* Say no to hot water showers: A 30-minute-long hot shower may feel great on a cold winter morning, but it will most definitely strip your hair of all moisture. Instead, wash your hair with lukewarm water and finish off with cold water right at the end. This will help close and seal the hair cuticles.

* Safe styling: Since your hair is already prone to some damage in winters, ensure all other processes are smooth and hassle-free. Use a strengthening shampoo that nourishes the hair and forms a protective shield, allowing it to withstand the potential damage due to heat styling tools and frequent brushing. Opt for loose styles such as fishtail braids or a messy bun that are winter-friendly and can be easily created at home.