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HGH for athletes

HGH use by athletes is motivated by the rigorous demand of a sport and the preconceptions they have of the effects of HGH use.

Among the many reasons are to enhance overall body potential, especially in sports performance and physical endurance.

Though the benefits of HGH are promising, it is not meant to be used by just anyone, especially without prescription.

For the past decades, HGH use by athletes has increased dramatically because there is an easy access to HGH.

In the past, when HGH replacement was first discovered, the government is involved in the distribution among those children who are growth deficient and undergoing replacement therapy.

But because of advancements in endocrinology, recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH) has been made readily available by pharmaceutical companies.

Access to this hormone is not as limited, and HGH use by athletes has become popular.

HGH use by athletes has increased over the years because of the misconception that HGH is an ergogenic substance.

Ergogenic drugs are used to enhance stamina and power, especially in physical activities like sports.

There are many claims regarding the efficacy of growth hormone in improving athletic performance, however, there is not enough evidence to link that growth hormone does improve muscle strength and power.

Major sport organizations have banned the use of power-enhancing drugs such as androgens and HGH because of ethical and medical reasons.

However, this does not discourage HGH use by athletes.

HGH is hard to detect by simple blood or urine testing, and there is still no validated test in detecting HGH abuse.

Since growth hormone is normally secreted in a pulsatile manner and is influenced by exercise, deep sleep and heat stress, blood levels of this hormone vary.

This is one of the motivations of HGH administration.

Another reason for HGH use by athletes is the rapid effect seen just within weeks of administration.

The effects are seen primarily by weight changes.

HGH use by athletes is focused on the anabolic effect of HGH consumption.

One of the physiological effects of HGH is for the improvement of body mass.

Protein metabolism and fat utilization are enhanced by this hormone, giving a renewed body metabolism and altered body composition.

However, some studies pointed out that the physical changes brought about by HGH use is only within the water component of the body and not within the cells.

HGH use by athletes is also due to its effect in the redistribution of fat stores from the central to the peripheral parts of the body.

As a result, an improved body image is seen, causing psychological well-being.

Although HGH is listed under class S2 of prohibited hormones, HGH use by athletes is still growing in popularity despite the risks.

Illegal use among the young and healthy may have multiple organ system effects.

Studies have proven that serious adverse effects such as water retention, joint pain and carpal tunnel syndrome are common among those exposed to HGH for a long period.