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Human growth hormone is a protein hormone composed of 191 amino acids, produced by the pituitary gland. It is responsible for protein deposition, tissue growth and the breakdown of subcutaneous fat storage. The highest levels of human growth hormone are produced during puberty, which is not surprising since this is the main stage of a person’s physical development. Growth hormone still circulates throughout adulthood, but at much lower levels. The main medical purpose of giving people growth hormone is to treat those who lack it during puberty so that they can grow normally. In recent years, however, human growth hormone has surged in popularity as a treatment for age-related degenerative diseases and other so-called “anti-aging” treatments.
Human growth hormone first appeared in the 1980s. At first, it was taken from the pituitary gland of a corpse. However, the practice stopped when it was determined that hormones collected in this way were linked to the spread of a deadly brain disease. All human growth hormones produced today are synthetic.
Function of HCG
In terms of the use of HGH by strength athletes and bodybuilders, the effects are twofold. First, continued use of HGH has been shown to help promote the loss of body fat. This is partly because the compound allows the body’s cells to use fat more quickly and carbohydrates less quickly. This fat loss occurs because growth hormone stimulates the hydrolysis of triglycerides in adipose tissue.
At the same time, HGH helps promote the movement of amino acids across cell membranes. This, combined with the fact that growth hormone promotes the growth of cells in the body, increases the rate at which these cells divide and proliferate, clearly suggests that it can also enhance anabolism if given the right dose.
Many users are also interested in the ability to use human growth hormone to help treat existing injuries and prevent new ones from occurring. There is evidence that when used in combination with insulin-like growth factor, growth hormone promotes the regeneration and regeneration of damaged cartilage. It’s actually insulin-like growth factor that stimulates cartilage production. Insulin-like growth factor is released from the liver under the action of circulating growth hormone.
Studies have also shown that human growth hormone has a positive effect on erythropoiesis. This effect should help increase endurance in athletes and may also help promote anabolism. The impact varies widely among users, but all users should improve.
Human growth hormone is secreted mainly during the rhythmic impulses of sleep. This is caused by the alternate release of growth hormone releasing hormone and somatostatin. In most cases, users will want to mimic the natural release of growth hormone without disrupting the body’s naturally occurring hormones. It’s usually a delicate balance.
How to use HCG
There is some debate about the optimal fat loss/anabolic approach regarding the timing of administration of the compound. Many people believe that the daily dose is the most important when using HGH because the active life of the drug is very short. Two to six hours after the injection, blood hormone levels peak, with a half-life of only 20-30 minutes. This, of course, makes it impossible to maintain stable levels of the compounds in the blood.
However, a stable level of hormones seems unnecessary because it does not occur naturally when the body produces hormones. In fact, some studies suggest that injecting the hormone every other day, rather than every day, may make it more effective. One theory for why this happens is that injections every other day mimic the natural pulse rate of growth hormone secretion.