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HGH and Estrogen: Is There a Connection?

2 monthes ago   |   By HealthWorks Collective

It is not enough that women have to go through menopause and the decline in estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone production. It seems they also face the reduction in growth hormone levels even long before menopause appears. Human growth hormone - HGH - is one of, if not the most influential hormones in the body. However, what many women do not know is that there is a definite relationship between HGH and estrogen .
It may seem strange to learn that female's bodies produce more HGH than men. The fact that men, who experience greater growth than women, have less HGH seems...
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