What is HGH? HGH, or Human Growth Hormone is a hormone that our body, namely the pituitary gland, produces naturally through our entire life. At first, while we are still young and developing, this gland, which is located at the bottom of the part of brain called hypothalamus. It has the shape of a bean and is weighing about 0.5 grams. The HGH hormones that this gland produce are responsible for our growth. Apart from this, it also increases muscle mass, hardness our bones, stimulates the growth of organs in our body, improves our immune system and so on.
As you can see, this hormone is extremely important while we are kids but, in time, the pituitary gland does not produce as much of it. This is in fact the main reason for aging. Fortunately, science has not failed us this time either and has come up with a way to increase our HGH levels when our body almost stops producing it.
You may have heard about some athlete that was suspended for using HGH. Because of this, HGH have attained a little of a bad reputation and you may think that you shouldn’t take them. You may have even heard some terrible story how they cause heart attacks or shrink your testicles. These “rumors”, let’s call it that, can not be further from the truth.
Of course, that does not mean that you can take HGH however and whenever you please. There are legal uses and illegal uses of it. Obviously, illegal use of HGH would be to use it to improve your athletic performance. Legal uses, on the other hand, HGH, when used by children, may help with the treatment of Turner’s or Prader Willi’s syndrome, they can also be used if the child’s body does not produce enough of it and more. Adults may use it for treatment of short bowel syndrome, muscle waiting disease that normally follow HIV and HGH deficiency that are caused by pituitary tumors (although, these are rare).
If you are interested in knowing more about Human Growth Hormones, you should visit your doctor and talk to him about it. Just remember, if he writes you a prescription, you have to follow it to the letter. That way, you will avoid any potential adverse effects as well as overdosing on it.
There are three legal ways to take HGH, injection, pills and oral spray, the third one is really how you should be taking HGH. Why? Because the first two have a number of limitations. Injections are expensive, HGH that enters your organism this way, does not remain for long and pills are largely dependent on your day diet. Oral sprays contain amino acids and these naturally activate the pituitary gland, which then produces more of this hormone, so in fact, oral HGH sprays act more towards making your body produce Human Growth Hormones naturally than they create them themselve