Research On Human Growth Hormones  

Endocrinologists call human growth hormone the master hormone because it is directly as well as indirectly responsible for balancing all the other hormones of the body. The hormone is secreted by the pituitary gland and has got the attention of researchers for decades.

Research on human growth hormone shows that as the production of the hormone decreases, aging sets in. When a person is 21 years old, the amount of hormone circulation in one deciliter of blood is 10 milligrams. However, once the person reaches 61 years, the level drastically decreases by 80 percent to around 2 milligrams.  In addition, the various researches have also shown that human growth hormone is responsible for the growth of cells, bones, muscles and organs and the level starts reducing once a person hits 30. Thereafter, the secretion rate of the hormone drops 14 percent each decade. Research on human growth hormone has further shown that by the time a person reaches 80, he hardly produces any hormone. This is the reason why when seniors suffer injuries, it takes so long for them to heal.

Further studies have shown that if people take human growth hormone injections, it helps to increase their immune function, improve sexual performance, lose fat, build muscle, and get rid of cellulite and wrinkles.

One study that was published in the New England Journal of Medicine claimed that aging process was observed in patients aged between 61 and 81. The study group that received human growth hormone injections showed a reversal of the aging process from 10 to 20 years while the group that did not receive the injections continued to age in the normal way.

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