Human Growth Hormone HGH


Studies of healthy adults taking HGH are limited. Although it appears that HGH can increase muscle mass and reduce the amount of body fat in healthy older adults, the increase in muscle doesn't translate into increased strength. It hasn't become clear if HGH provides other benefits in healthy adults.


HGH is typically administered as an injection under the skin. Some websites sell a pill form of HGH and claim that it produces results similar to the injected form of the drug. Sometimes these dietary supplements are called Human Growth Releasers. However, there is no proof that their claims are true. On the same note, there is no proof that homeopathic remedies claiming to contain HGH work either.

Buyers should be aware, because of the high cost of HGH, it has been counterfeited so you may not be getting the real thing.

THE BOTTOM LINE: The Human Growth Hormone injection is a (synthetic) prescription drug.

If you have specific concerns about aging, ask your doctor about proven ways to improve your health. Healthy lifestyle choices are abundantly available, eating a healthy diet and including physical activity in your daily routine can help you feel your best as you get older. A happy attitude of about life is an added perk to longevity.

Mayo Clinic

SUMMARY: Human Growth Hormone is a " synthetic fix" some turn to in hopes that it will keep them young, but it is highly unlikely. HGH is produced by the pituitary gland and spurs growth in children and adolescents. It also helps regulate body composition, body fluids, muscle and bone growth, sugar and fat metabolism and possibly heart function.

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Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is described by some as the key to slowing the aging process, but before you decide it's for you, get some facts.

Growth Hormone is produced by the Pituitary Gland, a pea-sized structure at the base of the brain that fuels childhood growth and helps maintain tissues and organs throughout life. Beginning in middle age, however, the Pituitary Gland slowly reduces the amount of growth hormone it produces.

This natural slowdown has prompted an interest in the use of synthetic human growth hormone (HGH) to starve off some of the changes that occur with age such as decreased muscle and bone mass.

It's okay to be skeptical. There's is not a lot of evidence to suggest Human Growth Hormone can help otherwise healthy adults regain youth and vitality. In fact, experts recommend against using HGH to treat aging or age-related conditions.


It's true HGH is needed for some adults who have true growth hormone deficiency lacking the expected growth hormone due to aging, and it may be prescribed as a synthetic human growth hormone supplement by their doctors.

Growth Hormone deficiency in adults is rare and may be caused by Pituitary adenoma, a tumor on the Pituitary Gland or it may be caused by treatment of the adenoma during surgery or radiotheraphy. For adults, who have a growth hormone deficiency, injections of Human Growth Hormone can produce (1) Increase in exercise capacity, (2) Increase in bone density (3) Increase in muscle mass (4) Decrease in body fat.

Human Growth Hormone has also been approved to treat adults with short bowel syndrome, AIDS or HIV-related muscle wasting.


Human Growth Hormone may cause a number of side effects for healthy adults:

(1) Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

(2) Swelling in arms and legs

(3) Joint and muscle pain

(4) For men, enlargement of breast tissue known as gynecomastia

(5) may contribute to conditions such as diabetes and heart disease.

Some research suggests that side effects of HGH treatments may be more likely in older adults than in younger people. Because the studies of healthy adults taking HGH have been short term, it isn't clear whether the side effects could eventually dissipate or become worse.

This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA or CDC and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and is not intended as a substitute for consulting a health provider.