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Human Growth Hormone In Bodybuilding

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
03 25th, 2008

The use of human growth hormone in body building was one of the first uses of the hormone for applications other than treatment of hormone deficiency. The inspiration for this treatment probably came from early work suggesting that injections of the hormone in healthy people provoked an increase in lean muscle, increased strength and a youthful, energetic outlook. Experience among bodybuilders and athletes has suggested that regular use of the hormone does result in these physical changes.

Human growth hormone (HGH) is responsible for normal growth in children and teenagers, but it also regulates metabolic processes such as fat metabolism and carbohydrate metabolism. It’s no accident that, as hgh online levels start to decrease when we are fully grown, we tend to experience an increase in fat storage accompanied by a loss of muscle and strength. The use of growth hormone in bodybuilding is intended to arrest or reverse these changes, giving the athlete an edge in the gym and in competition. Many bodybuilders and other athletes now receive human growth hormone injections.

But there are problems with using human growth hormone in bodybuilding that athletes should be aware of. First, the hormone is banned by NCAA and WADA and other sports organizations. An athlete tested for banned substances during competition would be charged with a doping violation if synthetic HGH was found in the blood (all HGH available for therapeutic use is now synthetic). Substances taken to stimulate the release of banned hormones are also banned, so if drug testing is a factor, human growth hormone injections, and the use of hormone releasers, are not good choices.

Efficacy is another factor: does using human growth hormone in bodybuilding really work? Although studies have shown an increase in lean muscle and a decrease in body fat, it’s not clear that these physical changes give an athlete any real edge in bodybuilding or competition. That increased muscle size may not equate to increased strength over and above that achieved with other training techniques. And human growth hormone injections bring with them a host of possible side effects that can heavily outweigh any potential benefit of the therapy.

Human growth hormone injections raise the HGH level in the blood above normal level for an extended period of time. Though the idea is to bring levels back up to where they were in youth, it may be a bad idea because the hormone does have effects on the body beyond increasing muscle and preventing fat storage. Long term users of human growth hormone in body building run the risk of unpleasant side effects such as high levels of fat in the blood, thyroid problems, heart disease, depression, diabetes, and other things. Though minor damage can be reversed by discontinuing the hormone treatment, some physical changes are permanent.

Finally, human growth hormone injections are prohibitively expensive and counterfeit products are common. The hormone has to be injected and monitored by a professional with medical expertise, often on a daily schedule, but at least several times per week. The cost will run to thousands of dollars a month for comprehensive treatment. It’s ironic that it’s thought that few athletes using human growth hormone in bodybuilding, and other sports training, experience the serious side effects mentioned above because of the predominance of counterfeit buy hgh online.

Pain Relief Guide Part.2

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
03 25th, 2008

Part. 2

Restorative sleep is the last lifestyle factor that can impact chronic pain in a positive way. Sleep is the time your body begins the repair process from all the wear and tear of the day. Without restorative sleep, your body never gets the opportunity to repair itself. Yet many people with chronic pain don’t get adequate levels of quality sleep; either their pain keeps them awake or their medications impact their normal sleep cycle. Good sleep practices, medications and even supplements can help restore normal sleep cycles.

Luckily, there are a broad range of pain relief medications now available to help soothe inflammation and provide arthritis pain relief. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) such as ibuprofen, Celebrex™ and naprosyn are commonly used medications. Ibuprofen and naprosyn are available as over-the-counter products while Celebrex and several other stronger versions of the NSAIDS are still prescription drugs. Anti-depressants such as amitryptilin and trazadone help with pain relief, often by enhancing quality sleep. Occasionally, anticonvulsant drugs like neurontin, used for seizure disorders, may be prescribed if nerve pain accompanies joint pain, such as arthritis in the spinal area.

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In addition to lifestyle changes and pain relief medications, physical therapy can often help with arthritis pain. A physical therapist can teach you exercises which strengthen your muscles and support your joints. They can also offer ultrasound, heat, ice and other forms of soothing therapies. Some patients find relief with acupuncture, chiropractic care and various forms of massage therapies.
When these lifestyle changes, medications and various forms of physical therapies aren’t effective, it may be time for a more invasive approach to your pain. This is when it is important to seek the opinion of a qualified medical expert, such as a pain management specialist. He or she can evaluate your pain and make an educated recommendation concerning options such as steroid injections versus surgical interventions. While steroid injections can be very effective in providing arthritis pain relief, the injections may need to be repeated over time and may be limited to only three times a year.


Surgery is usually viewed as an option of last resort. It is a very invasive and permanent approach to solving chronic pain. The good news, however, is that new, less invasive types of surgery have proven to be as effective as the older, more extensive types of surgery. Implanted devices can deliver constant infusions of pain relief medication near the spine where pain is perceived. Some devices deliver pulses of pleasant electrical current to override severe pain sensations. Herniated discs can be treated through key-hole incisions. Even joint replacement surgeries now available result in shorter recovery times and faster return to your usual activities.
If you or someone you love is suffering with chronic pain, there is relief. Don’t let chronic pain stop you in your tracks. Consult with a qualified pain management specialist, improve your lifestyle and know there are a broad range of options waiting for you to explore. Take charge of your pain! Don’t let your pain take charge of you!

Pain Relief Guide Part.1

Author: Super Human Growth Hormone
03 25th, 2008

Part. 1

Modern pain management has evolved into a whole sub-specialty of medicine. Chronic pain is no longer considered a normal part of the aging process or something you just have to learn to live with. Instead, there are a wide array of therapies and products available to improve almost any type of chronic pain. You may be most familiar with the use of heat, ice and over-the-counter remedies, such as tylenol, ibuprofen and aspirin. Yet there are a whole host of additional therapies as well as lifestyle changes that can dramatically improve chronic pain.

Arthritis is a good example of the way a multitude of therapies can now be used to create effective pain relief. Many people seek arthritis pain relief since arthritis is such a common form of chronic pain. There are now a plethora of therapies that can provide joint pain relief, if used in combination appropriately.

We now know that arthritis with joint deterioration is a result of chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is frequently caused by a host of lifestyle choices including poor dietary habits leading to obesity, overuse of major joints such as hips and knees as well as, at least for some people, genetic tendencies to create excessive inflammation.


Good nutrition is not only important in preventing inflammation but can also fight inflammation once it occurs. An anti-inflammatory diet has a heavy emphasis on foods such as whole grains. Whole grains keep blood sugar levels normal, thus reducing the release of inflammatory molecules called cytokines when blood sugar levels spike high. Lean meats, low in saturated fats, prevent the storage of fat that releases inflammatory cytokines as well as prevents wear and tear on joints from excessive body weight. Fruits and vegetables are loaded with phytonutrients. Phytonutrients are large molecules able to fight inflammation. They are important not only in preventing the development of arthritis and joint pain but also in providing joint pain relief once arthritis does occur. Finally, fish and flaxseed oil are rich in a healthy, essential, fatty acid called omega 3. Omega 3 fatty acids provide the building blocks for your cells, including joints, lubricating them with healthy oil that enhances your body’s own anti-inflammatory processes.
If you have difficulty consuming an adequate diet of whole grains, lean meats, fruits and vegetables as well as fish and flaxseed, you may need supplements such as antioxidant vitamins, minerals, glucosamine, anti-inflammatory herbs and fish oil capsules to provide what your diet is missing. They are effective and safe if used in conjunction with your physician’s advice.
In addition to good nutrition, exercise is important to provide effective joint pain relief. Exercise should always be done with the least amount of pressure on sensitive joints. Many arthritis sufferers find water exercises to be effective, fun and comfortable. Water cushions the joints and provides both aerobic and weight-resistance exercises without stressing tender joints. Sometimes, health insurance plans cover these as physical therapy expenses. Check with your physician or insurance carrier for exact details.

Stress management is important in controlling chronic arthritis pain as well. By developing habits and routines that minimize your body’s level of stress hormones (cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenalin), you will also minimize your body’s production of inflammatory molecules, again providing arthritis pain relief.