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The Pros and Cons of HGH Oral Sprays

Updated on September 12, 2009

HGH Oral Sprays - Part 1

The popularity due to the proven effectiveness of the human growth hormone, have led to the development of HGH supplements. HGH comes in various forms - pill (tablet or capsule), powder, and now in oral spray. The HGH oral spray is designed such that it can be directly administered right onto the inner lining of the mouth, where it can be absorbed quickly.

HGH oral sprays are said to work faster because unlike pills where it takes time for the tablets to get broken down and metabolized, there is no waiting time needed for sprays. These oral sprays work just like any other form of HGH supplement. They usually contain homeopathic levels of the human growth hormone, which stimulates the pituitary gland (the gland responsible for HGH secretion) to produce more of the hormone.

HGH Oral Sprays - Part 2

Increasing the levels of HGH in the body through oral sprays allow the proper repair and reproduction of living cells and tissues such as muscle and vital organ cells. The HGH is known to be slowly released by the pituitary gland in sporadic bursts of about 4-5 times a day, the most of which are secreted during deep sleep.

Oral sprays have been originally designed to imitate this interval release. Today, however, oral sprays are designed to stimulate and induce the release of the hormone called GHRH (short for growth hormone release hormone), which are in turn secreted by the body to control the production of actual HGH. This concept of stimulating GHRH production in the body instead of actual HGH is more natural as it does not require introduction of synthetic hormones into the body.

Its ease of administration makes many people prefer it over other forms of HGH supplementation. Just like HGH pills, HGH oral sprays cost a lot less than injections. In fact, the price of oral sprays is comparable to that of HGH in tablet in pill forms. How are HGH oral sprays administered? Oral sprays are shot into the mouth. They get absorbed directly by the body through the inner lining of the mouth. Since they are introduced directly, it does not run the risk of getting breakdown during digestion by stomach acids.

HGH Oral Sprays - Part 3

Note though that HGH oral sprays have been reported to lead to some side effects when used improperly. This includes diabetes, joint pains and inflammation, mood swings, and increase in blood pressure. This is the reason why these sprays should be taken with extra care, following strictly the recommended dosage. In addition, pregnant women, people diagnosed with cancer, and those taking prescription drugs are strongly advised not to use them. Adults less than 35 years old are also discouraged to take oral sprays, although no negative side effects can be expected assuming ideal conditions.

However, despite the side effects that can result due to misuse, the potential health benefits and positive outcome you can expect with the ever convenient HGH spray is well worth it. As long as HGH orals sprays are administered as directed, you can happily await the bountiful benefits that HGH supplements can provide.


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