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The use of HGH for enhancing the hormone levels in body especially in sportsmen got highlighted in early 90s. The main purpose behind its usage was to raise the performance level. The physician who advised HGH to sportsmen including the celebrity golfer Tiger Woods is facing the charges in front of concerned departments. The physician named Galea supports his prescription and disclosed that he has been consuming HGH for more than ten years and have seen how magically it works.

Despite the benefits that Galea is mentioning in his statements, it is concluded by many more physicians and experts that HGH can also harm the body. Galea had many athletes following his foot steps but what an be done if the high authorities that are responsible for checking the sportsmen in using energy booster medicines before the game have put a  ban over HGH usage.

World Anti Doping Agency has banned HGH in sports and it’s illegal to use such supplements.

The bright side of this whole scene is the positive result of HGH in treating the kids’ hormone deficiency and hampered growth, Aids patients and those with muscle loss.

The dark aspect of HGH intake lies in its worse effects that expand over heart failures, diabetes, arthritis, skin problems and head pains. The extra dosage of HGH is more severe in its bad effects leading to over growth of bones in various body organs.

The bright side of this whole scene is the positive result of HGH in treating the kids’ hormone deficiency and hampered growth, Aids patients and those with muscle loss.

The magic of HGH consumption to boost the HGH level in body can be seen in many ways like

  • Lowering the body fats
  • Building the muscular mass
  • Improving the vitality and energy level
  • Making the bones massive

The process of action of HGH involves the enhanced secretion of IGF that is insulin like growth factor present in liver. This hormone becomes part of blood and circulates throughout body while stimulating the growth of various body parts and enhancing the performance level. That’s the way HGH works in our bodies.

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At the age of 43 Dawn Foley noticed that she getting very old. And she didn’t like it one bit. A former beauty queen turned sales professional in Los  Angel es, the blue-eyed brunette is used to turning heads. “I just did not want to look older,” she says.

“You end up with wrinkles. Your skin starts to sag. And no matter how much you exercise, you just don’t have the body you had when you were 30.” She tried everything to stop the clock: diet pills that claim to stave off weight gain; photo facials and Fraxel laser treatment to rejuvenate skin and erase wrinkles. She even had her breasts lifted. “I’m happy with those,” she says. “But I wanted to look younger without any more surgery.”

Then Foley saw a news report about practitioners who claim they can reverse the aging process using a souped-up hormone regime. Getting old and fat is no longer inevitable, they said. It’s only a glandular disorder caused in part by dwindling hormones.

A little more digging brought Foley to Suzanne Somers’ best-selling books extolling the virtues of hormones.

At the age of 62 Somers takes daily shots of  human growth hormone (HGH). Using a plastic applicator, she shoots a so-called bioidentical hormones called estriol directly into her vagina. She rubs bioidentical estrogen cream on her left arm every day, and two weeks out of the month adds progesterone on her right arm.

“A lot of women, as they get older, their breasts start to droop,” Somers has said. “But when you put the hormones back in the right template, everything perks up again!”

Foley bought the pitch. “I thought, This is it! This is the magic potion!” she says.

 

At the age of 43 Dawn Foley noticed that she getting very old. And she didn’t like it one bit. A former beauty queen turned sales professional in Los Angeles, the blue-eyed brunette is used to turning heads. “I just did not want to look older,” she says. “You end up with wrinkles. Your skin starts to sag. And no matter how much you exercise, you just don’t have the body you had when you were 30.” She tried everything to stop the clock: diet pills that claim to stave off weight gain; photo facials and Fraxel laser treatment to rejuvenate skin and erase wrinkles. She even had her breasts lifted. “I’m happy with those,” she says. “But I wanted to look younger without any more surgery.”

Miracle  3LAB Super ‘h’ Serum cream, which has taken more than 10 years to develop and approve, is said to be the first to contain synthetic HGH human growth hormone , which the manufacturer claims can slow or even reverse signs of aging such as wrinkles and skin pigmentation. The protein-like substance occurs naturally in the body but 60-year-old have half as much HGH as 20-year-old.

As people age, going old the HGH Hormone levels can lead to excess body fat, a lack of lean muscle tissue and wrinkle-prone skin.

A spokeswoman for 3LAB said they put an earlier version of the product in Oscars’ goody bags last year and A-list celebrities were “fighting over it”. Fans of the cream are said to include Dame Helen Mirren and Jennifer Lopez.

Currently, it’s not just stars and rich people who want this serum, its ordinary men and women too who are fed up with buying products that simply do not work,” the spokeswoman said.

The lotion comes in a gold pot and contains another 12 anti-aging ingredients in very high concentrations, such as fish oils and vitamin C.

Some studies found HGH injected into the bloodstream could make an older person look 10 to 20 years younger.

Several studies have celebrated its virtues as a weapon in the fight against the signs of aging, but it has not been approved in Britain as an hgh anti aging therapy because its long term effect on health has not been evaluated. Nonetheless, it has been passed for use as a cream.