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Category: HGH UK

The Role of GH in Growth
As most of us know, many factors influence growth. Good nutrition and overall health affect growth, as do hormones in the body such as GH. However, GH is not the only hormone involved in the growth process. Other pituitary hormones — including thyroid-stimulating hormone, adrenocorticotropic hormone, luteinizing hormone, and follicle-stimulating hormone — affect growth indirectly by acting through other glands. Although all of these hormones can influence growth, GH is the major growth regulator in the body.

The primary job of GH in childhood is to stimulate bone and tissue growth. GH stimulates the epiphyseal growth plates in the bone, which are responsible for bone elongation. GH also triggers the release of the insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) protein, which stimulates the growth of bone, muscle and other tissues in response to GH and also, in turn, regulates GH release from the pituitary. Growth hormone also contributes to proper bone density, which is important in both childhood and adulthood, when poor bone density can lead to problems such as osteoporosis.

This mechanism, in conjunction with other complex body processes, maintains the growth of the human being from infancy through adulthood.

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