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Does human growth hormone slow ageing process?

Natural growth hormone is produced and secreted by the pituitary gland in the brain. It is responsible for early body development when combined with other hormones such as IGF-1 (insulin growth factor 1).

Growth hormone helps the body utilise fat for energy and continues to play a role in protein creation throughout your life. Children that are deficient in growth hormone do not reach their full height potential and have short stature. In these children, the FDA approved a synthetic human growth hormone (HGH) as a substitute, which helps them grow taller.



Synthetic HGH became a popular but illegal performance-enhancing drug in the early 1980s. The hype around human growth hormone and superior athletic performance has always been bigger than reality.

The amount of growth hormone secreted by our pituitary gland normally decreases as we become older. Growth hormone levels in the blood are roughly a third lower in persons over 55 than they are in people between the ages of 18 and 35. This decrease also corresponds to the loss of muscle mass and increase in body fat that occurs as people age.

It's simple to understand why human growth hormone (HGH) was marketed as an "anti-ageing" vitamin. But, as some claim, does it help you feel and look ten years younger? Healthy individuals adults who use HGH can gain around 6% more muscle and lose roughly the same amount of body fat. Some muscular groups gain strength as well, but not all.

However, there are certain downsides to using HGH. It can make insulin less effective, causing blood sugar levels to rise and the risk of diabetes to rise. Breast enlargement, Joint and muscle discomfort, high blood pressure, fluid retention, and carpal tunnel syndrome are all possible side effects of HGH. Animal studies show that reduced levels of growth hormone activity may lead to a longer life span. As a result, HGH injections might possibly reduce the life span, challenging HGH anti-ageing claims.

The FDA has approved HGH for adults only in a few extremely rare conditions, such as documented growth hormone insufficiency. Synthetic human growth hormone is a prescription medication that may only be obtained with the permission of a doctor. It must be injected to have any effect. Don't waste your money on HGH supplements. When taken by mouth, the active component is not absorbed.

You may slow the ticking of the clock by following the tried-and-true recipe of eating a nutritious, protein-rich diet and engaging in a regular aerobic and resistance exercise routine. This method is superior to any medicine in terms of increasing your vitality and enjoyment of life.

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