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The Science Behind HGH

Before taking a Human Growth Hormone (HGH) injection or supplement, it might behoove you to know the science behind it. The amazing function of HGH is that it increases your metabolism by helping to break down fat, build proteins and create lean muscle. HGH is often referred to as the "fountain of youth" hormone. Let's take a look at how HGH works once it enters our bodies and the actions that are triggered as a result.

HGH is produced in the pituitary gland and secreted throughout a person's life, but after the age of 20, the natural production of HGH progressively declines. In an average person, HGH is responsible for promoting growth and development during youth and it helps regulate metabolism during adult years. Studies have shown the best times for HGH release are a few hours after going to sleep and during physical exercise.

When HGH is taken into the body, it directly affects many other kinds of cells. First, the growth hormone travels through the general circulation and attaches to receptor sites on target cells. Once bonded to a liver cell, the liver cell is instructed to produce messenger chemicals, including IGF-1, IGF-2 (both insulin-like growth factor hormones) and other growth factors. Once HGH bonds with a fat cell, the HGH causes the break down of triglyceride and decreases the ability of fat cells to gather circulating lipids. Fat storage is therefore prevented. While IGF levels increase, natural insulin production decreases and glucose levels rise. Stored body fat is then used by the body for its main energy source, thus further increasing fat loss.

An increase in IGF-1 causes reactions in the body that make it easier to rebuild and grow. The transportation and uptake of amino acids increases while protein synthesis also rises, consequently affecting protein metabolism. HGH stimulates the proliferation and differentiation of muscle cells; it improves the rate amino acids are accepted by muscle cells. As a result, overall muscle and skin tone are influenced. Following the same process, HGH indirectly stimulates the synthesis of cartilage cells which leads to bone growth.

HGH also ensures that our blood sugar levels are within safe limits. In fact, many scientists believe that HGH is somewhat responsible for most of our body functions, including proper glandular system performance, digestion, sexual function, and operation of the liver. To put it simply, HGH is necessary for our well being.

Whether you are taking HGH as an injection or supplement, results may vary. Typically, the first month you should see improved stamina, sounder sleep, more vivid dreams, a refreshed feeling upon waking, a more optimistic attitude, increased energy and a better sense of humor. The second month should result in improved muscle tone, increased nail growth, weight loss, enhanced sexual function, increased strength, improved skin tone, better eyesight, and improved digestion. Cleary, the benefits of taking HGH are exciting. However, if you cannot obtain injections due to ineligibility or its high price, supplements are a great option. Before deciding on what HGH form you'll try, be sure to read the online product reviews. These reviews are very beneficial in helping you decide which supplement would work best for you.

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