Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Facts

What is Human Growth Hormone?

HGH Facts Core Medical Group


Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is one of the key hormones in the body. It affects almost all the tissues including bones, muscles, skin tissue, liver, cardiac tissue, and the kidneys. However, it is essential to understand certain basic facts about the Human Growth Hormone. We want to explain how it functions on the various organs of our body and how to safeguard against the host of HGH products.


Physiological facts related to naturally occurring Human Growth Hormone

• Human Growth Hormone stimulates the liver to produce intermediate-insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1). It actually stimulates the “growth”.
• The body releases Growth Hormone (GH) intermittently, primarily secreting it at night during REM sleep.
• GH release is high among adolescents, especially during the growth spurts, and gradually declines thereafter. Acute stress and exercise stimulate the release of GH naturally in the body.
• There are three overlapping phases of growth in our lives. The first is the infantile phase which occurs up to the age of two years and the growth is largely dependent on food. The second is the childhood phase which occurs from the age of two to puberty. It is largely dependent of the Growth Hormone. The third is the adolescent growth spurt. It depends on the Growth Hormone and sex hormones.


Bio-synthetic HGH Facts

Among the amazing benefits HGH injections provide, there are several smaller companies producing their version of HGH. However, these versions have little credibility. There is too little support by clinical evidence of effectiveness of the product.

Invariably, these products are of poor quality and contain fairly lower doses and occasionally incorrect ingredients. They fail to stimulate the pituitary gland and the subsequent production of IGF-1. Therefore, ensuring that the claims rely not only on testimonials but on actual studies and documented clinical evidence is of utmost importance.

Secondly, HGH studies indicate that the positive effects of HGH like younger-looking skin, lower fat and lean body mass and increase in bone density are attributed only to injected HGH. There is no evidence or clinical studies to indicate that oral capsules, tablets or sprays have similar effects.


Injectable HGH:

• Enhances muscle mass by almost 88% while boosting the energy levels by 84%.
• Improves the feeling of well-being by 78%, libido and potency by 75%.
• Enhances immune functions by about the same amount.
• Reduces body fat by 72%.
• Increases healing capacity by 71%.
• Makes the skin firmer and improves the texture by 71%.
• Enhances mental functions by reviving emotional stability by 67%
• Strengthens memory by 62% and reduces hot flushes (occurring during menopause).
• Diminishes wrinkles by 51% and improves hair growth by 38%.
• Also improves regulation of the menstrual cycle in 39% of the women.


HGH as a Fragile Molecule

It is also worthwhile to note that HGH is an extremely fragile molecule. Hence, it requires refrigeration under optimal conditions for only about two weeks before it loses most of its functions.

Please note that HGH, which stands for “Human” Growth Hormone, cannot be produced by plant or animal extracts because plants or animals do not synthesize it. FDA laws regulate the product, so if the FDA does not regulate it, it is possible that it is not in its genuine form as Human Growth Hormone.

Additionally, clinical studies and medical research have well established the benefits of HGH in children who suffer from deformed height, kidney failure, Prader-Willi Syndrome, and Turner Syndrome. Medical guidance is essential when using the hormone to manage muscular degeneration Health professionals associate with AIDS and HIV infection.


Negative Facts of HGH

Human Growth Hormone has specific unpopular and negative effects. Firstly, clinical studies on HGH have little documented evidence against its effectiveness when doctors use it on elderly patients.

Also, studies indicate that it does not considerably improve mental and emotional functions, while physical changes are primarily cosmetic. Research on HGH in mice suggested that excessive use of the hormone can actually shorten lifespan.

Furthermore, hormone injections are very expensive and require a doctor’s prescription; they cannot be purchased over the counter. The biosynthetically prepared HGH has certain side effects, including joint pain, tissue swelling, breast enlargement in men, and hypoglycemia. Bodybuilders observe side effects like truncal obesity, especially when they excessively abuse the drug.


Clinical Studies to support effectiveness of HGH

In this section, we highlight the clinical studies and trials the researches conducted. They review the validity of effectiveness of HGH for various conditions:


1. Removal of the Pituitary Gland for Pituitary Adenoma

In a clinical trial on twenty two patients, undergoing the removal of the Pituitary gland for Pituitary adenoma, they found out that the hormone reduces systolic and diastolic blood pressure and reduces considerable risk of cardiovascular attack. It was a 12 month open treatment study design.


2. Capital Medical University Study, China

They found that the hormone was effective in patients with chronic liver failure. A total of 129 volunteers participated of the study. The survival rates of patients on HGH, improved considerably after three to six months of treatment. The HGH improved albumin levels and facilitated the management of patients with chronic liver failure.


3. United States Study

It evaluated the effectiveness of Recombinant Human Growth Hormone in managing HIV wasting. The researchers found it to be highly effective. The study indicated that HGH therapy significantly improved various outcomes, such as body composition, work output, and health-related quality of life.


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