TUCSON, AZ, June 10, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- HGHHelp.info has recently released an extensive article detailing the possible side effects of human growth hormone (HGH) supplementation. The article details that HGH injections and supplements should only be taken under the supervision of one's doctor. Moreover, the active ingredient of HGH injections, somatropin, is a potent agent that affects every organ of the human body. Due caution is required when taking the powerful hormone. Even though there's little difference between synthetic HGH and natural HGH that runs in the human bloodstream, excessive levels of HGH in certain patients can cause adverse effects such as carpal tunnel syndrome, acromegaly, and diabetes.
As such, HGHhelp.info
emphasizes that it's crucial for people undergoing HGH supplementation to consult their doctor to see if their HGH supply really is running low. No one should take this medication while their HGH levels are still within a normal, healthy range, because that will bring terrible consequences and it won't improve anything in the body to boot. HGH supplementation remains something that should only be taken by those who lack the hormone, not those who still have it. The HGH Help article further states that people with cancer
should avoid taking this supplement at all because the HGH will merely stimulate the growth of these cancerous cells, thus aggravating their condition.
The article further states that people with diabetes, Prader-Willi syndrome, and diabetic retinopathy may experience more HGH side effects. If you've undergone the following procedures, you're discouraged from taking HGH injections altogether: Breathing problems, trauma or other medical emergencies, and open stomach surgery or heart surgery. Moreover, if you're suffering from the following conditions, you should inform your doctor about it before taking somatropin: Hyperthyroidism, cancer, carpal tunnel syndrome, pancreatic disease, high blood pressure, scoliosis, diabetes, kidney disease, and liver disease.
Excessive HGH dosages of Somatropin, can result in the following occasional side effects (and it's a waste of money to boot): Depression, high blood pressure, acute nose/throat/sinus infection, nose inflammation, breast tenderness, backache, bone pain, dizziness, excessive sweating, water-retention-induced puffiness, nausea, numbness, tingling, high levels of fat in the blood, abnormal fat distribution, bronchitis, chest pain, infection, inflammation of the intestinal and gastric lining, and underactive thyroid.
The HGH Help article at http://www.hghhelp.info/hghsideeffects.php
also suggests that people make sure that they're not allergic to any of the other ingredients found in the drug. They require a well-versed healthcare specialist... to be more specific, an endocrinologist... in order to be prescribed the correct amounts of HGH. In order to avoid most of the HGH side effects outlined in the HGH Help article, people shouldn't view HGH supplements and injection treatments as some sort of miraculous cure-all (like snake oil). It should only be given to aging adults with lower HGH reserves, because HGH therapy isn't a magical elixir or panacea that cures everything that's wrong with a given aging person.
HGH treatment only works when taken in proper doses and the one taking it has lower HGH levels in the first place. Many of the claims and exaggerations that Internet scammers and fakes connect with the HGH product are speculative fiction, false, or otherwise unproven without medical backing, which is why it's always best to consult with a doctor first before starting any HGH-related treatment. If it's doctor-prescribed, then there will be less risks for conditions such as acromegaly or worsening of existing ailments such as cancer or diabetes.
HGHhelp.info is a comprehensive information site that deals with everything related to synthetic or supplemental human growth hormone (HGH) treatments. It also delves with reviews on different HGH-based drugs as well as articles concerning other alternative forms of anti-aging treatment. The website particularly debunks all the exaggerations, outright lies, and hype concerning HGH by presenting the treatment in a more truthful and accurate light. To those who want to know more about HGH therapy, visit http://www.hghhelp.info