Understanding HGH and Alcohol Side Effects

Just to be clear right up front it is NOT recommended to consume alcohol while taking HGH supplement for a few good reasons which I will explain here in the article.

Here is a quick video from professional trainers explaining the drawback of consuming alcohol while trying to exercise and what effects it has on your health.

Even though alcohol seems to be the focus of every celebration nowadays to stay healthy means to not subject your body to outside toxins and yes, alcohol to some extent does fall into this category. If you feel you must consume a drinks with friends or family then limit the amount you drink and avoid binge drinking. Avoiding alcohol is best but you can still cheer yourself up and have more vibrant discussion without it or at least in very small quantities because there are a lot of disadvantages to drinking while your taking HGH. Keep in mind that there is still an increasing rate of alcohol abuse especially among the younger population that can lead to negative long term effects.

Why is alcohol drinks so popular and where does it come from?

How Drinking Alcohol and HGH side effectsAlcohol is a man-made beverage developed when fruits, grains, or veggies are fermented. Fermentation is a procedure that uses yeast or germs to change the sugars in the food into alcohol. When people drink alcohol, it is taken in into their bloodstream and can alter judgment, vision and many other bodily functions.

Alcohol should not be taken at the same time as many prescription medications, and although HGH supplement are NOT prescription you should avoid taking the two together because it can alter the way each one works in the body.

With the rise of HGH supplements now being used by sports enthusiasts and aging adults to rejuvenate body structure and prevent aging these types of supplements need to be made aware of the danger associated with them. In fact drinking alcohol and taking human growth hormone supplements can become dangerous to your health but just how dangerous? Let’s take a look.

The Dangers of Taking Alcohol with HGH

No sleep side effect

“I Can’t Sleep”

Just in case I wasn’t clear before, you must not take alcohol while on a HGH treatment from your doctor. Alcohol, in any considerable quantity, blunts the HGH-releasing effect of amino acids and also reduces natural HGH release. An ounce or less of alcohol two or three hours prior to taking a HGH releaser will have little effects on the HGH release, but using alcohol to get to sleep can substantially suppress your natural HGH release throughout sleep.

We develop muscle while we sleep and the growth hormone is primarily launched from the anterior pituitary during sleep. Anything that conflicts with sleep will certainly similarly meddle with the release of growth hormone. Alcohol, in particular, interrupts the sleep cycle and as a result will also prevent the release of growth hormone from the anterior pituitary.

Alcohol will also activate hormonal imbalance so when alcohol is in your body, it sets off the production of a substance in your liver that is directly poisonous to testosterone. Testosterone is vital for the development and recuperation of your muscles. As alcohol is soaked up through your tummy and small intestine and into your cells, it can interrupt the water balance in muscle cells, modifying their ability to produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is your muscles’ source of energy. ATP offers the fuel required for your muscles to contract. No matter how much HGH you make use of, you will still not get maximal results if you consume alcohol while utilizing HGH.

If you drink alcohol while taking HGH supplements drink lots of water and wait at least 3 hour until resuming your required HGH dosage.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. Thanks for the information. I over 50 and wanted to know about side effects and how long I should be taking this treatment option for?

    • Hey Alex, Thanks for the question. The Genf20 is designed for males over the age of 30 but particularly works well for those of us in our 50’s. To answer your question…”No” there are no side effects with the Genf20 Plus.