Friday, June 24, 2005

HGH explained Briefly

HGH is a complex polypeptide hormone produced by the anterior pituitary gland of the human body. HGH stimulates the liver to produce somatomedins, which cause growth of a number of different body tissues. The hormone regulates tissue growth, cellular repair, energy levels, fat loss and muscle growth in the human body. HGH is especially crucial to body development during puberty, and is present in the greatest quantities during this period of human development. HGH was first discovered in the 1950's when it was isolated from the pituitaries of humans and apes. The hormone was found to stimulate growth in children who suffered from growth disorders. Cadavers supplied the first generation of HGH.

Humans normally experience peak levels of HGH sometime in their 20's. The hormone is very active and crucial during development, however, scientific research has shown that as the human body ages, levels of HGH begin to progressively decline. Often, older adults who have low levels of HGH may experience decreased energy levels, decreased resilience, and/or emotional distress.

Often, people suspect that they might benefit from added supplementation of HGH, which is now available to the consumer market over the counter. Some common brands are Genotropin, Humatrope, Nutropin, Saizen, Serostim, Somatropin, and Zorbative. Until 1996, HGH was available in injectable form only, which made its use unrealistic for the consumer due to the expense. In 1996, advances were made upon the method of delivery of HGH, and delivery systems such as oral spray microdilution and oral cap/tab supplements were introduced to the consumer market.


At 3:26 PM, Blogger Basiballi said...

Hey this blog is not about antiaging

I have been doing hours of research on "antiaging" and it brought me to your blog on HGH explained Briefly. Anyways, Homeperson I was reading your blog and I think it is really cool. It’s really a pleasure reading your posts! Keep up the great work.

Keep blogging away :-)


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