HGH as a Growth Treatment for Children with Rheumatoid Arthritis
Human growth hormone is a natural substance produced by one's pituitary glands at its highest levels during childhood. The higher levels of HGH in a person's body, the more IGF-1 their body produces. IGF-1 is responsible for healing damaged cells and developing new ones, strengthening bones, promoting growth, and strengthening joints and ligaments.
Studies have shown that HGH can help to both lessen the symptoms of arthritis and promote growth. Additionally, it can strengthen joints, which may help lessen the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.