By the time a nation of workers hits retirement, their lifetime of striving may have taken its toll and highly effective workers start paying the price with the loss of youthful vitality. A lot of these folks work just so they can have the privilege to talk to a doctor. Many good doctors tell their patients to eat well and exercise, but what if these patients still want a boost on top of diet and exercise?
Endocrine System and Mind
The function and form of the human body's endocrine system is mind boggling. The discovery of the combinations and quantities of hormones that our body produces for the essential healthy functioning body is essentially what science is built on. Birth defects and other hormonal deficiencies have actually been the inspiration for scientific discovery and human research since the dawn of time.
Because he has what every juicing athlete wants, when professional life coach, speaker, businessman and philanthropist, Anthony Robbins found out he had an overactive Pituitary Gland, he embraced it. He is famous for his books and public speaking all over the world. He has made a fortune writing and talking about interviewing successful people and picking out the skills that he teaches from their life experiences. Tony Robbins stands 6'7". He had a cameo in the 2001 blockbuster movie, Shallow Hal, with Gwyneth Paltrow and Jack Black where he played himself in a pivotal role in the plot. He is the self help guru who helps Jack's character get his relationships right.
Most hyper productive people are that way because of physiological attributes including pituitary glandular activity throughout their life. The human body is made up of a lot of very complicated systems like glands that have very important roles in how the body functions. Human Growth Hormone is one of 10's of hormones that the human body produces that we know about.
The Pituitary Gland is one of the most noticeable hormone producers because of puberty. Everybody does that. Puberty makes all of us wonder how THAT happened. Brilliant youngsters still go off to college every year to study Biochemistry or Physiology and find out more. Later they become Endocrinologists in their postgraduate studies. HGH was discovered by Choa Hao Li, an Endocrinologist at Cal in 1955. “Li’s work at Berkeley was of major importance to endocrinology because he was one of the first chemists interested in isolating pituitary hormones and able to do it,”(1) It hasn't been until recent years that commercial forms of the hormone have been hot sellers in gyms and on the internet. Sales have grown to $1.4 billion.
It has taken generations of knowledge for science to get to where it is now and after many lifetimes of mathematical feats in the future scientists will know how the endocrine system does everything it does.
Today's productivity products sell in a global economy of thriving nations, who love snake oil. All the intangibles of the Endocrine system, easy marketing to this cult of productivity. The demand could be attributed to the world wide entrepreneurial movements fueled by the likes of Tony Robbins, that has spawned whole new industries such as paid life coaches or online influencers, and other businesses big and small.
Cult of Productivity
The corporate model of achievement. Over achievers among everyday achievers, the men and women who want to be competitive in the market, this is the cult of productivity. In this scenario the success is measured financially in the bank, but for many this rat race mentality changes and measuring success whether or not you have the dollars becomes a measure of quality of life of the individuals in more intangible ways, emotions and relationships.
There is evidence to suggest HGH can help otherwise healthy adults regain youth and vitality. Alternatively, treatments may increase the risk of other medical conditions. Experts recommend using HGH to treat aging or age-related conditions. But the authoritative source says that there has to be proven deficiency before considering the therapy with a legal prescription.
Recent Harvard publications authenticate the placebo effect: "The researchers speculated that a driving force beyond this reaction was the simple act of taking a pill. "People associate the ritual of taking medicine as a positive healing effect,"..."Even if they know it's not medicine, the action itself can stimulate the brain into thinking the body is being healed."
Placebos are certainly an excellent boost for the economy and the health and productivity of the healthy individual does not suffer. Even the most naturally productive workers, who either through effort or some other outside force have managed to develop skills that have helped them accomplish physical and mental goals, with diet and exercise and harmless nutritional supplements. What was perceived to be diminishing over time is comforted.
Human growth is a natural process. From birth, through the infant toddler stage, into childhood, and even in adolescence, where we all learn we have a pituitary gland; once we are all grown, adulthood, and geriatric body concerns take over and longevity and vitality become real concerns as the death process and mortality wane ahead. The CDC morbidity rate in America today is 1027 deaths per 100,000 population. Everybody wants to be healthy and in that living 98,973 population living for as long and as lively as possible!