Ever Wonder How HGH Works?

Posted on January 7, 2015 by:

The human growth hormone (HGH) is a popular treatment for a variety of conditions. When used medically, it is most frequently administered through the use of injections and can help promote growth in children who have a natural HGH deficiency.

How Does HGH Hormone Therapy Work?

HGH is produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. When a child reaches a deep state in their sleep cycle, HGH is naturally released from the gland, thereby promoting growth. In order for HGH to be released, however, the child must have normal production levels. In some children, insufficient HGH is produced, which can result in growth deficiencies, underdeveloped body features, and delayed puberty. Fortunately, a synthetic form of HGH has been developed that can help to promote growth in children with growth deficiencies. Through the use of HGH injections, the growth hormone will mimic the effects of HGH, and naturally improve the growth rate of children.

 

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