Human Growth Hormone Norditropin Nordilet binds to growth hormone receptors present on cells throughout the body. hGH functions regulate:

  • body composition,
  • fluid homeostasis,
  • glucose and lipid metabolism,
  • growth of skeletal muscles and bones,
  • perhaps the work of the heart.

Sleep, exercise and stress increase the secretion of growth hormone.

Using Norditropin Nordilet

The use of hGH is associated with several adverse effects, including swelling, carpal tunnel syndrome, joint pain, muscle pain, and abnormal skin sensations (eg, numbness and tingling). It may also increase the growth of pre-existing cancerous cells and increase the chance of developing diabetes.

Application Norditropin Nordilet

Norditropin is administered by subcutaneous or intramuscular injection. The half-life of circulating growth hormone is a relatively short half-life (20-30 minutes), while its biological half-life is much longer (9-17 hours) due to its indirect effects.

Norditropin Nordilet in bodybuilding and sports

Human Growth Hormone is illegally used as an anti-aging agent to improve athletic performance and for bodybuilding purposes. It is sold, distributed, and illegally administered off-label to the elderly to make up for declines in growth hormone levels and reverse age-related physical damage. It also abuses its ability to alter body composition by reducing body fat and increasing skeletal muscle mass.It is often used in combination with other performance-enhancing drugs such as anabolic steroids. Athletes also use it to improve their athletic performance, although growth hormone's ability to enhance athletic performance is debatable.