All this takes place during bodybuilding and helps give the athlete a special physique.HGH has been associated with the bones and connective tissues of the human body.
HGH helps to calcify and strengthen the joints, ligaments, cartilages, tendons and bones of an athlete, making them fit.
HGH works with connective tissues to promote healing of injured skins and worn out tissues.
HGH also burns excessive fat and glucose stored in the blood vessels or subcutaneous parts of an athlete’s stomach.
Excessive fat slows down the Athlete’s performance and reduces their chances good performance.
HGH is also effective for bone growth. It acts on the growth plates in the Bone Cells and expands the Bones which causes the Athlete to grow taller even after he or she has passed the age of puberty.
HGH also aids the absorption of Calcium to strengthen the bones and make it stronger.
Side Effects of HGH on Athletes
In as much as HGH has a lot of positive health benefits and it is the safest type of hormone supplement used by athletes; there are also a few negative side effects to watch out for during treatment.
There is a tendency to see these side effects even when HGH is taken responsibly. Some of the common side effects include.
● Puffiness around the ankles and wrists
● Lack sensitivity on the Skin
● Hypothyroidism and
● Joint ache
In some cases of abuse or excessive dosage of HGH, it has led to a permanently bloated hand or feet and in some cases even organs.
Some athletes have experienced increased Blood Sugar level and Type-2 Diabetes which wears off once the Athlete discontinues the use of HGH.
You should always use HGH only with a Doctor’s prescription. It is very dangerous to get HGH shots on your own.