HOW HGH WORKS
HGH is released by the pituitary gland in pulses. When HGH levels rise, more muscle-building proteins are produced as well as the number of sarcomeres that keep muscles in motion. Since there is less uptake of glucose when Human Growth Hormones levels are elevated, the amount of adipose (fat) tissue declines.
Within the normal human body, HGH levels are periodic in nature. In order to maintain a healthy balance within the body, deep and sufficient sleep is required since it is during this time that HGH production rises.
BEST TIME OF THE DAY TO INJECT HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE SHOTS
HGH levels and insulin resistance are strongly linked. Since insulin performs its most important function shortly after a meal, it is important that HGH injections be taken several hours after the last meal of the day.
By injecting the hormone shortly before sleep, the body is able to maximize the effects using the natural cycle.
HGH should always be injected subcutaneously, i.e., just below the skin and into the fatty tissue. The best sites are the stomach, deltoid, and thigh. Simply pinch along the skin and inject the hormone into the roll of fat. Alternate the sites to avoid bruising.