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Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is really good for Height gain ?
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Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is really good for Height gain ? - 10-24-2017, 03:18 AM

About average height for a woman, which is approximately 5í4. But there are some vertically challenged people who arenít so lucky. Is there something they could do? Well some people take human growth hormone, to build lean body mass or to add a few extra inches to their height.

Human growth hormone is a hormone naturally produced in high amounts during childhood and adolescence, but a study published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism found that secretion decreases with age by around 14% per decade. The hormone is produced in the pituitary gland, located at the base of the brain. HGH tells the liver to produce a hormone called insulin-like growth factor-1(IGF-1). The two hormones work together to tell the bones, muscles, and other tissues to grow. But due to various genetic conditions, like Turner syndrome, SHOX deficiency and Noonan syndrome, some people just donít produce the hormone so they tend to be smaller than average.

But according to one endocrinologist, if they take synthetic human growth hormone, they could gain one to four inches. HGH does more than add a few inches, it can even take away fat, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The study found that HGH deficient adults who take the synthetic hormone gain lean body mass and lose some fat body mass, which is incidentally one of the reasons athletes dope with it. But some parents are giving the hormone to their perfectly healthy, but short children. Because in our Western culture, we value tallness. Studies show that taller people are generally more respected and have higher IQs and according to several studies published in the Journal of Applied Psychology and another published in the Journal of Human Capital, over the course of a lifetime taller folks tend to earn more money. A lot more. According to lead authors of the Applied Psychology study, a tall person will ďenjoy literally hundreds of thousands of dollars of earnings advantage.Ē

But giving your perfectly healthy but short kid HGH might not be the best idea. First of all, itís pretty expensive; costing as much as 50,000 dollars. For spending all that money, it might not even add height to those without a deficiency. Plus, it can cause some very serious health issues. Too much HGH can cause a condition called acromegaly, which basically causes hands and feet swell, overly pronounced facial features, and excessive sweating. HGH use can also trigger cardiomyopathy, osteoporosis, menstrual irregularities, and impotence according to a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. And one study published in the journal Acta medica Scandinavica found that condition can increase the risk of premature death from heart problems. But still knowing all these risks, people still take HGH for more superficial reasons.

So if your kid doesnít have a hormone deficiency and are thinking of spending upwards of 50,000 dollars to try and boost their height, think of all the side-effects first. Being short isnít really a health condition and plenty of people wind up just fine looking up at the world. Plus they make good arm rests, apparently.

Please give me your opinion !
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10-25-2017, 01:32 PM

It is when you are a kid. I have heard stories of adults growing slightly when using hgh as well. Although buying hgh in the hope it will make you taller is a waste and I would just come to terms with being short. I have heard of procedures were they break your knees and stretch you to make you taller!
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