Effects of HGH
Pituitary gland is an endocrine gland situated at the base of the brain, it is divided into two lobes the anterior pituitary or the adenohypophysis and the posterior pituitary or the neurohypophysis. Human Growth Hormone is produced in the anterior pituitary gland and is responsible for retaining the youthfulness of the body. As you grow older there is a decrease in the level of this hormone which leads to aging and age related illness.
Through research, science has developed a HGH supplement by the name of Sytropin and GenF20 which are available in the form of spray and pills. These are said to enhance the production of the HGH in the body. Though they have been approved by the FDA research studies are going on to see if there are no side effects.
It has been noticed that due to the deficiency of this hormone i.e. the growth hormone a variety of symptoms like:
1] Skin: it has been noticed that the skin looses its elasticity and you will find that the skin becomes thinner sagging down with development of wrinkles.
2] Energy: deficiency of HGH has shown to decrease the energy level in your body and you loose your stamina and vigor.
3] Bones: deficiency of HGH has lead to many a bone related problems like osteoporosis and other bone related diseases like rheumatic arthritis.
4] Muscles: it has been noticed that due to the low level of this hormone in the body muscles lose their strength and mass.
5] Fat: it has been noticed due to the decrease of this hormone more and more fats get accumulated in the body which is hard to burn out.
6] Memory: loss of memory or short term memory is a common complaint by most of the people who suffer from the deficiency of this hormone.
7] Heart: it has been noticed that the heart muscles loses its strength and this can lead to heart related aliments.
8] Kidney: low level of HGH hormone has shown to affect the normal functioning of the kidney which can lead to kidney failures also.
9] Immune System: low level of HGH in the body has shown to affect the immune system of the body and it has also been noticed that due to this it the body takes a longer time to heal up.
10] Hair: excessive hair loss has been attributed to the low level of HGH production in the body leading to thinning of the hair and the hair loosing its natural color and texture.
11] Cholesterol: HGH is known for its various metabolic functions, but then deficiency of this hormone creates an adverse effect on the body leading to the increase in the cholesterol level in the body.
The use of oral supplement has shown to resolve most of the problems created by the deficiency of HGH in the body as every individual has his or her own body constituents so does the effect of the oral supplement vary from one individual to another.