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Performance Enhancement

As men age they can sometimes lose that edge, whether it be in the gym, the track or on the field.

HGH analogs can restore some of that zest, aid your recovery and increase your potential.

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Human growth hormone analogs are compounds that mimic the effects of human growth hormone (hGH) in the body. They are used to treat a variety of conditions, including growth hormone deficiency, Turner syndrome, and chronic kidney disease.  Ipamorelin is the most direct ghrelin analog or agonist of the human growth hormone secretagogue.

 

Human growth hormone analogs can have a variety of benefits, such as promoting weight loss, increasing muscle size and strength, improving cognitive function, improving wound healing, and improving bone health. Growth hormone analogs bind to the growth hormone receptor and induce intracellular signaling to up-regulate insulin-like growth factor I (ILGF-1), which causes growth in bones and muscle tissues. A limited number of controlled studies suggest that growth hormone supplementation in older men may increase lean mass by about 2 kg with similar reductions in fat mass

Human growth hormone analogs can help with strength and recovery by improving muscle mass and strength. They can also help prevent the loss of muscle strength after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction. Anabolic hormones such as testosterone and the superfamily of growth hormones (GH) have been shown to be elevated during 15-30 minutes of post-resistance exercise providing an adequate stimulus is present.

Human growth hormone analogs are synthetic versions of the natural hormone human growth hormone (hGH) that are designed to mimic the effects of hGH. Growth hormone analogs bind to the growth hormone receptor and induce intracellular signaling to up-regulate insulin-like growth factor I, which causes growth in bones and muscle tissues.

The main difference between human growth hormone and its analogues is that the latter are synthetic versions of the natural hormone and are designed to mimic the effects of hGH.

It is important to note that the use of human growth hormone analogues is not without risks and should only be used under the supervision of a qualified healthcare professional. Rare side effects include carpal tunnel syndrome, increased insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, swelling in the arms and legs (edema), joint and muscle pain, and for men, enlargement of breast tissue (gynecomastia).

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