GH production is regulated by your anterior pituitary gland, a pea-size structure at the base of the brain. Healthy adult males should have from one to nine nanograms per mL of GH in their blood.
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Your body's internal clock can be turned back with human growth hormone. This will help you build muscle rapidly, cut fat, and heighten libido. It does this all while sending energy levels skyrocketing, but when it comes to discussions on HGH, there are often more questions than answers. To help you decide whether you need HGH, check out our straightforward Q&A, which answers some of the more commonly asked questions and learn how you can boost your own natural levels of this powerful anabolic hormone.
WHAT IS HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE?
The pituitary gland is responsible for the natural production of HGH (or simply GH). GH is responsible for cell growth and regeneration, as the name implies. While GH is critical for increasing muscles mass and bone density it also plays another major role. GH helps sustain the health of all human tissue, including brain tissue as well as the tissue of other vital organs. When secreted, GH is active in the bloodstream for only a short time. Just long enough for the liver to convert it into other growth factors. The most important of which is insulin-like growth factor-1 (or IGF-1). IFG-1 possesses a host of anabolic properties. Research began in the 1950's as scientists started to collect GH from the pituitary glands of cadavers. A major advancement came in 1981 when the first HGH was synthesized in a lab. It didn't take long before it became a popular performance-enhancing drug.
HOW MUCH GH DO I PRODUCE NATURALLY?
Healthy adult men typically have just less than 5 nanograms per mL circulating in the blood. Healthy females can produce about twice that amount for child-bearing purposes. Levels for both sexes peak during puberty and drop sharply starting in the early 20's.
HOW CAN I LEARN IF I HAVE A GH DEFICIENCY?
Ask your doctor to perform a GH test. You’ll need to fast for a simple blood test that is not unlike the one administered during an annual physical.
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