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Thursday 12, Apr 2012

  Human Growth Hormone

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When it comes to improving performance and body strength, there are a very few drugs as potent as human growth hormone (HGH). The fact that HGH tablets and HGH supplements can easily be purchased online, with or without a prescription, besides being free from side effects means that there is everything to win and nothing to lose with this exceptional performance enhancing drug.

HGH was originally developed as a pharmaceutical for anti-aging but soon gained popularity as an excellent drug for improving muscle mass, body strength, stamina, and performance. Human growth hormone is also useful in minimizing total body fat, sun-damage type wrinkles, and LDL cholesterol. Medically, HGH is recommended by practitioners to individuals with muscle wasting and smooth integration of the human body, cell replacement, and muscular tissue definition.

Available in various forms such as powder, shot, spray, and tablets, human growth hormone is also useful to improve muscle definition and facilitate cell repair, stress-coping skills, bone strength, and muscular tissue improvement besides second to none when it comes to promoting recovery and reducing fatigue between intense workouts.

The recommended dose of human growth hormone is 1-5 I.U. daily, using a 1 mL non reusable needle and the common injection sites are stomach, arms, and legs. However, injection sites in closeness of 2-inch of a scar or belly button cells are best avoided. It is important to note that HGH is not recommended to children or pregnant or lactating women or those having a hypersensitivity to artificial human growth hormone ingredients. HGH abuse can lead to side effects such as insomnia, headache, fatigue, diarrhea, and gynecomastia and use of this performance enhancing drug should be made only after prior medical approval.

Sunday 11, Sep 2011

  HGH Commonly Used By Weightlifters

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HGH Commonly Used By WeightliftersIllicit use of HGH (human growth hormone) has become common among young American male weightlifters, according to a new study published in The American Journal on Addictions.

The study also disclosed that illicit use of HGH in this population is often associated with polysubstance abuse involving both performance-enhancing and classical drugs.

The researchers were led by Brian P. Brennan, MD, MSc, of McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

Friday 04, Dec 2009

  Human growth hormone abuse can lead to fatal complications

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Severe health complications following HGH abuseThe abuse of human growth hormone can lead to serious health complications, a fact that was highlighted by Dr. Alan Rogol, testifying before the U.S. House of Representatives Government Reform Committee on behalf of The Endocrine Society while outlining the legal medical use of human growth hormone (HGH) and possible complications regarding its abuse.

It is worthwhile to note that the off-label usage of human growth hormone (HGH) has been linked with severe health complications in the recent past. The same was affirmed by Dr. Alan Rogol who highlighted that abuse of HGH can lead to consequences such as muscle weakness and heart disease.

It was further remarked by Dr. Rogol that HGH use has to made only in strict accordance with qualified medical advice and not otherwise.