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  1. #1 29th December 2015 
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    How Growth Hormone Benefit Bodybuilders

    Growth hormone, also known as GH or HGH is the most popular and revolutionized drug when it comes to improving the quality of life. For the last two decades, HGH has been assisting both men and women, while bodybuilders have specifically embraced this drug as useful in surpassing the body’s physical limitations. With HGH, the bone, muscle, skin, and hair growth tend to skyrocket, leading to new size in correlation with the bodybuilding stage. In fact, HGH is the main reason why bodybuilders are able to reduce their weight and win trophies during competitions.

    Alleviates Tendonitis

    Basically, tendonitis is a condition described as minimal inconvenience by some people. However, most bodybuilders complain about this ailment, especially those who are incapable of moving heavy weights. In fact, it is an extreme painful condition caused by lifting or moving heavy weights. Its main result keeps bodybuilders away from the gym for several months. This ailment also tends to reduce the physique by dozens of muscle mass. But, GH can greatly help in alleviating its symptoms, including the underlying weaknesses causing the onset of tendonitis.

    Fat Loss

    GH has the ability to improve muscle growth as well as its capacity to generate new muscle growth. In the early 1990s, the professional bodybuilding stage had dried athletes, considering the rage of suicidal dehydration and EPO. However, with the help of GH, athletes have become leaner today as growth hormone helps them in losing excessive fats, alongside their physical routines.

    Painful Flare-Ups

    As people age, the body tissues of different types tend to lose their integrity and quality. Fortunately, growth hormone assists in bringing the joint integrity just in time. This enables physical workouts less painful, while helping the body to prevent painful flare-ups.

    Improve Back Conditions

    A lot of bodybuilders suffer from degenerative disc conditions. This ailment normally occurs in the back. But, GH has been a very useful solution in preventing and alleviating back pains. However, the results are usually noticed after one to three months, allowing a complete healing, while problems at the lower back seem to heal quicker than in other areas.

    Recovery from Injuries

    Bodybuilders and athletes also suffer from minor biceps tears, with reports of reoccurrence nearly twice as fast as the normal. Again, GH has been very helpful throughout the recovery process of such injuries. GH has shown its potential during the recovery of injuries, whether a minor tear or a road rash.

    Bottom Line

    All in all, growth hormone has shown and indicated a lot of health potentials, not only to athletes and bodybuilders, but also to people who carry out heavy workloads. A significant amount of muscle can be gained, resulting in a leaner body mass, while treating injuries fast. These are the main reasons why the majority of bodybuilders rely on GH, while executing their respective workouts in the gym. Hence, HG has wide ranges of advantages, helping people reach their optimum bodybuilding potentials.
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    HGH is really helpful! I started bodybuilding when I was 32 years old. It was the bets timing since I already have two children by that time and no longer wanted to have more. Since I started at the age of 32, I never stopped. It is because it makes me feel alive and healthy!
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    Thank you so much for posting this here! As someone who is interested to use peptides (or probably HGH) in the future, these pieces of information can really help us in making decisions.
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    Posts like this should be posted more in this forum. This kind of post is informational. Many users and interested users will benefit from it. Some of their questions will be answered by this kind of article/thread.
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    What about the negatives? Side effects?
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    Use of the genetically engineered human growth hormone (HGH/Somatropin) for anti-aging medication has become a major growth industry. Suppliers of HGH, including those offering mail order prescriptions, are proliferating on websites and the Internet. The Chicago-based seven-year-old American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, with over 8000 members, promotes injectable HGH in programs claiming to stop or even reverse aging, including decreasing body fat, and increasing muscle mass and bone density. However, practitioners of this burgeoning "health" industry are either ignorant of or suppress well-documented information on the grave cancer risks of HGH medication.

    HGH induces growth promoting and other effects by stimulating the liver to increase production of the natural Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1) whose blood levels normally decline with advancing age. However, there are numerous publications in prestigious peer reviewed scientific journals showing that elevated IGF-1 levels are strongly associated with major excess risks of colon, prostate, and breast cancers; even minor elevations are associated with up to 7-fold increased risks of breast cancer, risks almost as high as those in women carrying genes (BRCA1 and BRCA2) with the strongest hereditary predisposition. Additionally, IGF-1 inhibits the programmed self-destruction (apoptosis) of cancer cells, thus stimulating the growth and invasiveness of small, undiagnosed cancers, besides increasing the resistance of cancers to chemotherapy. For these reasons, anti-aging HGH medication, compounded by failure to explicitly disclose its grave risks, constitutes medical malpractice.
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    One of the most frequently asked questions by novice users is how much muscle they will put on by using growth hormone.
    Short answer:
    Each person’s body responds differently to somatropin and the results depend on many factors. If done in optimal conditions one can put on between 20% – 30% of lean muscle during a 4-5 months long HGH therapy. The results become noticeable after about 2 months of use.

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