Depression’s Relationship with HGH
The relationship between Growth Hormone (GH) and wellbeing appears to run very deep. Children who are severely emotionally deprived fail to grow. This phenomenon, known as Psychological Growth Failure, results in lower levels of GH.
Researchers at St. Thomas Hospital in London led by Peter Sönksen conducted a series of experiments in the late 1990s which conclusively found that Growth Hormone injections change the concentration of certain neurotransmitters, or brain chemical messengers. GH raises the level of B-endorphin, while it lowers dopamine. B-endorphin, sometimes referred to as, “the brain’s morphine,” is responsible for the high feeling often resulting from intense exercise. Dopamine can produce feelings of agitation. The same effect, an increase of B-endorphin and decrease in dopamine, is seen in patients taking antidepressants. Therefore, it appears GH replacement therapy has an antidepressant effect.
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