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The role of sleep:
Sleep is a process of alternating slow wave sleep (SWS) and paradoxical sleep (PS). During slow wave sleep, human growth hormone secretion increases, which is beneficial for promoting growth and physical recovery; Inner protein synthesis is accelerated, which is conducive to the improvement of intelligence and memory.
So it is said that "people spend 1/3 of their life sleeping; 2/3 of their time depends on sleep."
When a person is awake, the secretion of HGH is less, and after entering slow-wave sleep, the secretion of HGH increases.
After about 60 minutes, the concentration of HGH in the blood reaches the peak, and the secretion of human growth hormone decreases again after the paradoxical sleep. Conversely, the secretion of HGH can promote the prolongation of sleep.
3. Human growth hormone and sleep complement each other. The secretion of HGH increases during sleep and the increase of HGH can help sleep and improve sleep quality.
human growth hormone can enhance the peristaltic ability of the smooth muscle of the gastrointestinal tract, and at the same time, it has a miraculous effect on laxatives. Since the toxins can be discharged smoothly, it also has the function of beauty.
Lymphocytes are cell lines with specific immune recognition functions. HGH can be divided into three subgroups: T cells, B cells and natural killer cells (NK).
T and B cells participate in the immune response process, blocking the ability of viruses to enter cells; they can also neutralize exotoxins; NK cells participate in cellular immunity, can remove foreign bodies, and have a specific killing effect on tumor cells.
It can be said that lymphocytes are the body's first line of defense against disease invasion, and it is also the most important line of defense.
Current research shows that HGH can promote the proliferation of normal human T lymphocytes; HGH can increase the secretion of interferon and monocytes in peripheral blood; HGH can also directly or indirectly affect the development and function of B cells; Increased activity of NK cells. It can be seen that HGH plays an important role in enhancing the body's resistance, preventing diseases, and fighting cancer.
HGH induces the liver to produce a growth-promoting peptide called somatotropin. The main role of somatotropin is to promote cartilage growth.
In addition to promoting the entry of sulfate into cartilage tissue, it can also promote the entry of amino acids into cartilage cells and enhance the synthesis of DNA, RNA and protein.
At the same time, HGH can enhance the utilization of vitamin D and calcium in bones to increase bone density and prevent fractures.