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Human growth hormone (hGH) is a naturally occurring hormone produced by the pituitary gland. It’s important for growth, cell regeneration, and cell reproduction.
HGH helps to maintain, build, and repair healthy tissue in the brain and other organs. This hormone can help to speed up healing after an injury and repair muscle tissue after exercise. This helps to build muscle mass, boost metabolism, and burn fat.
HGH is also said to benefit the quality and appearance of the skin. It’s said to slow down the aging process and treat age-related diseases. However, research supporting these claims is limited.
HGH works by stimulating metabolic processes in cells to activate metabolism. It stimulates the liver to make an insulin-like protein that produces cartilage cells. This plays a part in bone and organ growth, as well as muscle protein synthesis.
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How does hgh work ?
HGH secretion in the pituitary gland is primarily stimulated and regulated by the hormones Ghrelin, growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH} – somatocrinin, and growth hormone inhibiting hormone (GHIH) – somatostatin.
The main target organ of growth hormone is the liver and basically the most important function of HGH is stimulation through the JAK-STAT signaling pathway of IGF-1 production (insulin growth factor 1) in the liver. Endogenous protein hormone IGF-1, produced in the liver as an endocrine hormone and also directly in target tissues paracrine / autocrine hormone, is responsible for the overall anabolic processes in the body, cell growth, proliferation and regeneration, promotes growth effects on almost all cells in the body, especially skeletal muscle, cartilage, bone, liver, kidney, nerves, skin, hematopoietic and lung cells. IGF-I may also regulate cellular DNA synthesis; and in the brain, IGF-1 functions as a neurotrophic factor that, like BDNF, plays an important role in the cognition, neurogenesis, and survival of neurons.
Synthetic hGH is used to treat poor growth in children and adults. It can also be used to treat adults with short bowel syndrome or muscle loss due to HIV or AIDS.
Lack of growth may be the result of medical causes such as:
Injections of hGH can help people with a growth hormone deficiency to:
Because of these benefits, many people use hGH to enhance their athletic ability. It’s sometimes used in combination with anabolic steroids to increase muscle mass and to enhance athletic performance.
Hgh growth hormone Dosage:
The first month use 2 IU for injection every other day
2nd – 4th month of use 3 IU for injection for 5 days a week
5th – 6th month of using 4 IU for injection for 5 days a week
Effects and benefits of growth hormone
Most of the effects generally attributed to HGH are in fact due to IGF-1, whose production in the liver is stimulated by HGH:
Growth hormone stimulates the growth of all internal organs except the brain
Growth hormone increases protein synthesis
Growth hormone supports the growth (hyperplasia) and regeneration of muscle tissue
Growth hormone promotes lipolysis, increases fat utilization by stimulating the degradation and oxidation of triglycerides in adipocytes
Growth hormone promotes whole body regeneration, wound healing and tissue regeneration
Growth hormone increases calcium retention and bone mineralization
Growth hormone plays an important role in homeostasis
Growth hormone supports the immune system
Growth hormone promotes gluconeogenesis in the liver
Growth hormone increases the deodination of T4 to T3
Growth hormone promotes emotional well-being and maintains high energy levels
Growth hormone improves brain function (including learning and memory)
Growth hormone can reduce the risk of heart and cardiovascular disease
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