What You Need to Know About HGH. Part 1

HGH (Human Growth Hormone) is the most plentiful hormone made by the pituitary gland, which is situated in the middle of a person’s brain. Generated by the pituitary gland, the human growth hormone assists in a multitude of the human body’s health functions.

Now you might question the reason for needing extra HGH if we already have the ability to make HGH. Why is HGH replacement needed by us?

Researchers have concluded that the amount of HGH in our body begins to decrease when we reach the age of 30 or so. Our levels continue to get lower and lower as time goes on. As a matter of fact, there are experts who believe that HGH levels are reduced by 80% or more over a period of time.

So what is the significance of this?

A lot of researchers think that a decrease in our HGH levels is what causes a lot of health troubles and ailments connected to getting older, like gaining weight, decreased energy, less muscle tone, wrinkling, being less alert mentally, weaker immunity, eye problems and others.

Concisely, it is thought that an explicit correlation exists between dropping levels of HGH and rising indications of aging. As our levels of HGH go down, the effects of getting older are worse. So, the concept is that to really push back the aging process, a person must ramp up the quantity of growth hormone in the body. If the concept is right, then HGH is really the important factor in getting back our youth.

So what kind of choices do we have for raising HGH levels?

There are 3 various methods to replenish and/or raise your HGH levels:
#1: injections of human growth hormone
#2: mouth sprays of human growth hormone
#3: HGH Supplements (Herbal Supplements) which enhance the normal HGH levels of your body.

What are positives and negatives about each method? Which schemes are really effective?

METHOD # 1 : HGH Injections

Proof from a few popular studies does imply that HGH injections are effective; but, there are several disadvantages to being injected with HGH. Synthetic HGH is normally injected into the body two to three times each day. The usual price for each injection is $25; so, the total is from $50 to $75 for each day to receive injections of HGH. And to make things worse, recombinant HGH (growth hormone that is injected) is medicine that can only be obtained with a prescription. And because this doesn’t qualify as treatment for a “real ailment”, insurance won’t pay for HGH injections. The consequence is that you will have to pay for all the expense from your own purse!

And as I said previously, the injections consist of man made HGH. To put it another way, it is not real. Anytime you put a huge amount of a strange hormone into the body, there is a possibility of side effects.

As a matter of fact, research results from July 5, 1990 were printed in the New England Journal of Medicine and this showed that several patients who were injected experienced a variety of negative side effects.

Pros: Injectable HGH works

Cons: Injectable HGH is costly, painful, time consuming, necessitates a prescription and can cause adverse side effects.

METHOD # 2: HGH oral Sprays

There has been no evidence presented to date that indicates that oral sprays are effective.

As an oral spray, man-made HGH is sprayed right into the mouth precisely. However, there have been a few documented reasons for oral sprays not working at all.

Sprays are considered not to work because growth hormone is a big, inconstant molecule that is unable to pass through the mouth membranes. In addition, giving the dosage is almost impossible with a spray, although it is of lesser concern, given the dosage provided inside a spray is well under therapeutic amounts.

Additionally, sprays have possible risky binders and fillers  – additives which professionals think should not be used at all.

In addition, oral HGH sprays can be distasteful, causing an unpleasant taste on the mouth.

Pros: none

Cons: Oral HGH Sprays do not work, they taste bad and often include binders and fillers that could be harmful.

to be continued..

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