Human Growth And Human Growth, And The Adverse Effects Of The Digestive System

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The thyroid gland is situated at the base of the neck. This releases hormones that controls the way that the body uses energy. It regulates vital bodily functions which include: breathing, heart rate, body weight, menstrual cycles, body temperature and also cholesterol levels. The thyroid contains of two glands which communicate through the brain which are t3 (triodothyronine) and t4 (thyroxine) which levels need to be maintained. These hormones regulate the speed which the cells need. These contribute to the heart rate and how fast your intestines process food. If your heart rate is lower, then your digestive system may be slower however if the rate is higher, then it may contribute to diarrhoea and weight loss. If too much t3 and t4 are produced in the body, this could cause adverse effects such as anxiety, nervousness and hair loss or missed menstrual periods; this is just a few of the many side effects. If insufficient t3 and t4 is released in the body, you may find trouble sleeping which may result to feeling tired constantly, depression, heavy periods and joint or muscle pain. The HGH (Human growth) hormone is released not as other hormones are released when needed but at regular intervals between every 3-5 hours. HGH is produced by the pituitary gland; this supports growth in children and young adults. It helps to form and regulate body structure, muscle and bone growth. These levels can be increased by sleep, stress, exercise and low blood glucose levels. At the time
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