Human Growth Hormone
The human growth hormone when released causes growth and regeneration within the human body. HGH or the human growth hormone is a protein based poly-peptide that starts in the pituitary gland. Somatotropin is the growth hormone found in all animals. Somatropin is used to describe the growth hormone that is found within humans or HGH.
Treatments range from curing a lack of growth in adults to growth disorders in children. HGH has many uses including those outside of the medical field. The hormone has been introduced into other areas of society. Sports is but one alternate avenue outside of the health care profession. HGH has been used within sports since the 1970s. The usage of more accurate tests to discover the hormone has lead to a ban on the hormone in sports competition. There are also HGH releasers like GenF20 on the market.
The hormone may be present in other animals around the planet, but only HGH specifically has a greater effect on people. Health factors can change the pulsatile rate of the hormone by the pituitary gland. These outside effects can stimulate or retard the production of the human growth hormone depending on the situation.
The anterior region of the pituitary gland controls the amount of the hormone into the body. HGH is released into the body every three to five hours. An hour after sleep is when the largest surge occurs. During the day the intervals change according to the need for HGH by the body.
The process is categorized as anabolic. HGH causes a reaction with specific cell receptors. Although other outcomes arise from its use within the body, growth seems to be the primary function of the human growth hormone. This can be defined as increased height in both adults and humans.
Issues pertaining to the problems of having too much of the human growth hormone are numerous. The primary outcome for such an event is a pituitary tumor. The tumor is created by the somatotroph cells in the region of the anterior pituitary. The tumor is benign and is slow to grow. After time the tumor grows to a point where it does start to cause problems. These problems are impaired vision, headaches, as well as displacing other organs near the region causing a decrease in the hormones produced by the other areas of the pituitary gland.
Low HGH are varied based upon how old the person is. Children related hormonal deficiencies with HGH are coupled with growth disorders and shortness. This can be attributed to genetics and congenial problems. Low sex drive is another issue related problem with HGH. A pituitary adenoma is also another issue faced by adults with HGH deficiency.
Problems such as the transference of dangerous diseases is but one concern. Side effects from the use of the human growth hormone are the focus of those who oppose HGH treatments for people. This lead the way to the creation of more controlled distribution and extraction of the human growth hormone. The end result is a derivative created by DNA technology in 1981. This helped to stop the spread of Creutzfeldt-Jacob disease. With FDA approval of an artificial form of the hormone, life for those with HGH problems can now be better assured that their condition will be treated with the best outcome. Through a mixture of valid research and diagnosis, HGH has become a well known cure for those suffering from a host of growing or retardation disorders.