HGH for Fibromyalgia, The New Option

Posted on September 2, 2015 by:

 

The Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is produced in the pituitary gland. One of its primary functions is assist the body in maintaining organs and tissues. As you age, your body produces less HGH. Recent findings show that injected synthetic HGH may be useful in various treatment options.

Fibromyalgia is one condition that has shown significant improvement when patients undergo HGH treatment. Research indicates that fibromyalgia sufferers have low levels of the growth hormone in their blood. Specifically they have lower levels of the hormone known as IGF-1. This is manufactured by the human growth hormone. Low levels of HGH means lower levels of IGF-1. This in turn means that fibromyalgia sufferers are less able to repair their tissues and organs. Fibromyalgia sufferers experience muscle pain, muscle weakness and fatigue .

Injections of synthetic HGH has been shown to reduce the symptoms of fibromyalgia.

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