HGH replacement has gained a considerable amount of momentum in recent times with the medical community and consumers realizing its benefits. The objective of HGH replacement is to stimulate an increase in the HGH levels secreted by the pituitary, and thereby help in combating certain adverse effects of aging. These symptoms can include, loss of lean muscle mass, increased fat composition of the body, disturbed sleep, reduced mental function and appearance of wrinkles on the skin. The HGH replacement process restores the youthful feeling into Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) patients and allows them to feel the same amount of vigor and energy as they did in their early 20s. There are different forms of HGH replacements which include: HGH sprays, HGH supplements, HGH injections and natural ways of stimulating the production of HGH.
Most of the side effects are limited to HGH injections. HGH sprays or HGH supplements are considered to be milder forms of the product, and hence, are not associated with any adverse side effects. However, the indiscriminate use of any of the HGH product is linked to severe side effects and can result in complications.
Though there is little clinical or documentary evidence available about the benefits of HGH products, (other than HGH injections), countless satisfied individuals have reported the outstanding benefits of the product, and without any major side effects.
The Mayo Clinic has conducted several studies which demonstrate the potential benefits of the hormone, which include, increase in the bone density, increase in the muscle mass, concurrent reduction of body fat and increased exercise capacity.
As a person ages, the hormonal levels in the body tend to fall. Clinical evidence and research studies suggest that HGH levels fall after the third decade of life at the rate of 14% per decade, so that, by the age of eighty years, a person produces only a fraction of the hormone produced during childhood. This information is based on a study conducted by Dr. Klatz of the American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine, which indicated that the prime cause of aging was a fall in production of Growth Hormone. As per the study, by the age of 80 years, the production of HGH is barely enough to allow rebuilding of muscles and tissues.
A human body comprises of several trillion cells, which are involved in various biological processes at any given point in time. Hormones act as chemical mediators and messengers that coordinate and integrate the various activities of the various cells. Gonadotropin is the master hormone in the human body, which controls, supervises and regulates the production, secretion and functioning of other hormones in the body.
We know that hair growth is regulated by hormones and metabolism, so anything that affects hormones and metabolism affects hair loss. In the same way, HGH can also affect hair loss and may have the possibility of halting the hair growth process. However, by examining in detail the nature of HGH, we now know that HGH is not harmful for your hair and there are several reasons behind this.
When people are considering Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), proper injection technique is usually the last thing considered. F
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