Now, whether it is indeed a spray that must be applied or a pill or two that must be ingested, layman’s logic suggests that the need to take remedial or medical action at night is because this is when the human body is likely to be at its best. It is winding down for the night, and after a highly active or sometimes stressful day, it is starting to rest. Stress levels are reduced and there is less likelihood of chemical imbalances occurring when the body is at rest.
Of course, this statement is purely subjective but there is an interesting irony to this. It responds to the theme being raised in this article’s heading. Within the heading is a given acronym and that is the theme being raised. HGH is the abbreviated term for the artificial but necessary application of human growth hormones. In different formats, including the spray, Somatropin is a widely used prescribed treatment. Somatropin is essentially a synthetic growth hormone.
So, as stated at the beginning of this informational article on necessary artificial hormone growth applications, folks will take the spray at night, or they will apply cream at night in line with medicating instructions. The same goes for supplements which need to be taken orally. A spray application can be found to be used among patients suffering from severe hair loss. That disease can be the result of eczema but at its root, if you will, is a lack of essential nutrients and consequent lack of growth in the pituitary gland.
Milder forms of hormone growth treatment are also available simply to aid natural and healthy growth. But even here, it is necessary for men and women to first seek medical approval from their general practitioners.