Negative Side Effects of HGH Spray

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Negative Side Effects of HGH Spray
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Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is a hormone that affects growth. It is popular among athletes because it stimulates the body to lose fat and gain muscle. Sometimes called the anti-ageing hormone, HGH is thought to help reverse the ageing process by rejuvenating the body. Many people buy products advertised as HGH spray without realising the possible harmful side effects.


Using HGH spray can cause blood pressure to rise. This is a serious side effect for the elderly or people already suffering from blood pressure problems.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

A Stanford University study indicates HGH spray may cause a painful wrist condition called carpal tunnel syndrome.

Joint Pain

Using the HGH spray can cause unpleasant joint pain.


In some people, HGH spray causes insulin resistance or a rare form of diabetes.


Excess HGH from spray or other sources may stimulate a pituitary tumour that can cause headaches and vision problems.


When the body has too much HGH from spray or natural sources, the hormone may cause abnormal tissue growth leading to oversized hands and feet. Untreated acromegaly leads to serious diseases such as heart disease and arthritis.

Negative Side Effects of HGH Spray

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