How HGH Helps Heal

Summary: It would make sense that if HGH promotes cell regrowth and repair, rejuvenates organs that have been atrophying and shrinking, and brings about increases in muscle mass, then it should also help to speed and enhance the healing of wounds. And that is exactly the case.

Early evidence goes back to the 1960’s, where HGH was first administered to patients recovering from wounds resulting from surgery or injury. Since then, numerous studies and publications have attested to the beneficial effects of HGH on wound healing. Further, HGH has been particularly useful where healing is difficult and crucial: severe bums, trauma injuries, skin grafts, and the like.

How HGH Helps HealIn experiments done in Japan recently, bum victims have shown the improvement expected with increased IGF-I levels.

Since HGH works at the cellular level, it assists the healing process on internal injuries and external injuries alike. Where an injured part or limb must be kept immobilized, often there is an accompanying wasting or atrophying in the tissues.

Because HGH strengthens and builds muscle even in the absence of exercise, it has been particularly effective in minimizing the wasting and weakening of muscle tissue when it has been immobilized. In so doing, HGH has demonstrated a capacity to accelerate recovery, and to reduce the amount of physiotherapy required after the initial healing.

Studies on animals have produced similar good results. One study conducted in Denmark involved rats with experimental colitis. The rats that received HGH treatments were observed to exhibit less damage – both at the macroscopic and microscopic levels – than did the control group.

Further, these rats were able to come back to their original body weight after only 7 days of treatment. The control group, on the other hand, still weighed in at 11% below their original weight at the end of this period.

In other studies on animals, observations indicate that HGH has been able to promote healing on internal surgery as well. One study, in which lengthy segments of the digestive tract were surgically removed, showed that actual regeneration of the digestive tract had taken place after HGH treatments.

Also in this study, HGH was shown to increase the speed of recovery. All of which suggests that for humans undergoing serious gastrointestinal surgery in the future, HGH may well be chosen to assist them in their recovery. Bum victims have shown the improvement expected with increased IGF-l levels on experiments done in Japan.

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