Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland to generate growth of human cells and tissues. There is a long list of things that GHRH does to the body. But one of the main things is its ability to restore and generate new muscle tissues. Though naturally found in human body, GHRH is nonetheless available pharmaceutically in the form of Sermorelin Acetate, which is commonly used to study and examine the state of one’s pituitary glands. This may include insufficiency or deficiencies in growth hormones.
Clinical trials and experiments have been conducted to explore the uses of GHRH in its pharmaceutical forms. In one case, issues involving its facilitation occurred to some of those who participated in clinical trials, who experienced swelling and redness. Other noted effects include flushing, dizziness and headache.
GHRH has also been used for diagnostic purposes in cases where hormones and pituitary glands are involved, in which case, the substance is facilitated intravenously. There were some noted similar reactions in these instances, which include pain at the point of entry, flushing, nausea, headache, uneasiness at the chest area and swelling even.
Interestingly, our body has its own way to control the production of Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone, which is anatomically necessary to prevent too much GHRH in the bloodstream – which, according to experts, could cause formulation of tumors in different parts of the body. The pharmaceutical state of GHRH is also believed to cause drug dependence.
Some formulation of GHRH has been medically used in order to restore one’s youth. In particular, GRF 1-29 NH 2 has been used to maximize the positive effects of GHRH while minimizing its side effects at the same time. This formulation has been found good to generate new muscle cells and tissues that could potentially replace the old and damaged ones. And since this formulation can generate new muscle tissues, it has been considered generally helpful in workouts and other muscle building activities, as it not only aids our body to faster recovery but also helps build new muscles in the process. This formula could also break down fats and therefore, can well help anyone achieve the ideal fat-muscle ratio.
GRF 1-29 NH 2 has been noted as a helpful agent in increasing one’s endurance through those new muscles. Also, because ofits regenerative properties, GRF 1-29 NH 2 could medically expedite the healing process of any wounds, making it an attractive agent for surgical purposes. Our immune system also benefits from this formulation and is strengthened in the process. Other hormones in the human body are also kept in check, in levels that are optimally healthy for the body.
These characteristics of this particular formulation of GHRH have become commercially attractive. Although several adverse effects have been noted not only in some clinical trials but also as a diagnostic agent, medical professionals have nonetheless succeeded in drawing unique formulation to maximize the good benefits of GHRH while minimizing its adverse effects. Clearly, allergic and adverse reactions could be seen in some instances of administering GHRH into the body, whether it is though injection or through intravenous. It is worthy to note however, that these adverse effects are relatively few, and the instances where adverse reactions are so great as to warrant suspension of the GHRH are even fewer.
Now because of the noted potentially adverse effects of GHRH into the body when injected, administering it to oneself is never advised. Licensed physicians are the ones medically trained not only to facilitate and administer, but also to respond on adverse reaction your body may have. On top of the medical contingencies that may arise along the way, there are a handful of things that need to be observed before, during and after the GHRH has been administered – all requiring the hand of a medical professional. Fasting or emptying stomach hours before and after administering are probably the only thing you can do yourself.
The handling of the GHRH is also a task better left to the doctor. Growth Hormone Releasing Hormones are sensitive to motions, shakings and the like. The formulation may be altered if not handled correctly and properly.And then there is the dosage. The amount injected, if incorrect, could do more harm than good.