HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE
Human growth hormone or HGH is responsible for childhood growth, and helping to maintain bodily tissues and organs throughout life. It is released by the pituitary gland (a small structure in the brain). With age, the pituitary gland starts releasing less and less HGH. To reduce some of the negative physiological changes that occur with age, such as decreased muscle and bone mass, synthetic HGH can be used.
Physiologic Effects with Use of Human Growth Hormone:
- Increase in muscle mass.
- Increase in bone mass
- Increase in fat breakdown for more energy.
- Increase in height
- Enhances speedy healing of injuries.
- Conserves muscle glycogen storage and blood glucose.
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