Does HGH make you big? - Balance Hormone Solutions

Human growth hormone (HGH) is a peptide hormone produced naturally by the pituitary gland. It stimulates growth, cell reproduction and regeneration. As we age, our HGH levels decline. Some athletes and bodybuilders use synthetic HGH to try to increase muscle mass and performance. However, the effects on muscle growth are somewhat controversial. HGH causes increased protein synthesis and muscle cell growth. Numerous studies show it can contribute to builds lean tissue and muscle mass. However, the gains are often modest compared to other performance enhancing drugs. Genetics, diet, exercise and stacking HGH with testosterone or insulin play a big role in results.

So HGH alone may not make you dramatically “big,” but can enhance other muscle-building factors. The key considerations around HGH include: Dosage Timing and Cycling Genetics Other Stacked Compounds Side Effects Is It Worth It?

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