Human growth hormone, also known as HGH or somatropin, is a hormone that human beings create which stimulates cell growth, cell regeneration, and production. The hormone, a peptide hormone, stimulates growth in many other animals as well. This hormone is a single chain of 191 amino acids that are created in the pituitary gland. It is a very effective hormone for creating and regeneration many different cells; that includes muscle, bones, and organs. Because it is so incredibly effective, many physicians have begun prescribing HGH for children who have growth deficiencies and adults who have pituitary gland issues.
Since about 1982, athletes have understood that HGH is a very powerful anabolic agent. Anabolic agents are those that have tissue building and energy storing capabilities. These are effective for increasing muscle mass and assisting in recovery after physical stress. The physicians at Wellness MGT Corp. are well aware of the properties of this hormone as are many athletes. The peptide hormone is so effective that different athletic regulatory agencies have banned it from competition. Athletes gain muscle too quickly and recover from stress too quickly for it to be allowed in athletic competition.
Many athletes found that adding HGH into their normal routines increased their muscle mass by as much as four kilograms of muscle, while also reducing their body fat by the same amount. Four kilograms of lost body fat is weeks worth of diet and exercise for many people; in some cases, the final four or five kilograms of weight loss might be beyond their capabilities. With HGH, this suddenly become possible.
HGH is developed in laboratories with medical-grade safety and cleanliness measures. The drug is created with the utmost sanitation standards, and ever since it first came into production, physicians have been prescribing it for several different functions. The skilled physicians as Wellness MGT Corp are among those who believe that human growth hormone has dozens of incredible uses. Starting in late 1980s and the early 1990s, the hormone has been used as an anti-aging treatment.
The original study focused on its effect in reducing aging in a dozen men over the age of 60. After a very short time, the men were found to have statistically significant decreases in body fate as well as significant increases in bone density and lean body mass. Bone density and lean body mass are both indicators of someone’s resistance to disease and injury. The control group, the group without HGH, did not experience the same gains over the same period of time. In fact, they experienced no gains, which is consistent with aging. The increase in bone density and the reduction of body fat are both the exact opposite of what one would expect as someone ages.
In addition to anti-aging effects and athletic effects, HGH has been found to aid in weight loss for obese people attempting to lose weight. You can visit hght.com to find out more about the incredibly exciting research being done on this hormone.