Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is the master hormone of human body, which is responsible for controlling and regulating production of body fluids, muscle growth, bone growth, sugar and fat metabolism. The pituitary gland is responsible for HGH production says WebMD. If you are not familiar with HGH, WedMD has a lot of basic and introductory information about HGH and what it’s all about. Below, I want to talk about why HGH and good for working out, and why it can help improve your overall functioning in your daily life and libido.
Using HGH Before Working Out to Build Muscle
HGH is commonly used by men (and some women) to boost the body’s natural HGH levels to improve building muscles and athletic performance. The hormone contributes to increasing overall immune system functions. Thus why most people say HGH has an age reversing quality to it. This means more energy at the gym, lasting for longer, and getting a bigger pump in our muscles when lifting, and shedding more fat when doing cardio excerise.
Using HGH to Improve Libido Function
Since HGH is an overall immune booster, it can play a vital role in improving sex life. Testosterone directly boosts the hippocampus (portion of the brain primarily responsible to control sexual behavior). The HGH homeopathic sprays are medicines regulated by drug laws and the FDA.
Homeopathic HGH sprays are created using a homeopathic process that transfers the growth hormone molecules into the water lattice of the base solution of the spray. As a result, the solution becomes highly rich with HGH. Using the HGH Spray under the tongue, makes for faster absorption of the HGH.
However it is not meant to be a full hormone replacement therapy if you are severely lacking in HGH. This is an over the counter treatment for men looking for a bit of a boost in the gym, and in life in general. Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8140042
HGH Spray Side Effects
The most common side effects of HGH sprays include:
- nerve, muscle, and joint pain
- EDEMA (swelling due to fluid storage in body tissues).
- Carpal tunnel syndrome (a painful syndrome in which a major nerve compression which passes over the carpal bones of the front passage of the hand causes pain in hand and fingers).
- Numbness and tingling of the skin.
- High cholesterol levels.
- Increased risk of diabetes.