We all age. It is inevitable. It is part of life. Sermorelin can help.
Yet most of us wish to keep a highest quality of life as we age – a life where we can still keep as much of the strength, energy and appearance that we enjoy in our youth. Likewise, we hope to be spared the damage that comes with degenerative diseases. Hormones highly affects our vitality and longevity – an important key to our ability to look and feel young.
As we age, hormone levels change and evolve. The energy-producing, fat-burning hormones fall while the energy-depleting, fat-storing hormones will inversely rise. Such changes makes us feel and look older.
Sometimes, hormones severely drops into a deficiency, below the level that can maintain the best health outcomes. In this situation, hormone optimization– through exercise, sleep, diet, lifestyle changes and hormone therapy – can be very beneficial to one.
Human growth hormone is one of the most common, and important, body hormones that usually drops to deficiency level.
Adult growth hormone deficiency (AGHD) is being recognized increasingly. It has been associated with cardiovascular, metabolic, neuromuscular, neuropsychiatric-cognitive and skeletal abnormalities.
Most of these symptoms can be reversed through growth hormone therapy. Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency must be diagnosed before a physician can legally prescribe HGH to a patient.
Sermorelin Acetate (GRF 1-29) is a bio-identical growth hormone-releasing hormone that can be used to safely stimulate the production of growth hormone from the pituitary gland. An FDA-approved medication, it has been genetically engineered to increase the levels of growth hormone and reverse the effects of AGHD.
Sermorelin acetate was first developed in the 1970s, and was considered to be the shortest, yet fully functional piece of GHRH, that has been used to test for human growth hormone secretion.
Sermorelin has been used as a hormone replacement therapy for testosterone in men and an anti-aging product. Unlike human growth hormone, Sermorelin is a secretagogue, which means it stimulate the gland to secrete hormone.
The effect of growth hormone-releasing hormone is better observed among patients who secrete little to zero growth hormone due to pituitary tumors or the total removal of the gland where human growth hormone is produced.
Regardless of the age, all patients manifest similar psychological effects due to growth hormone deficiency. Symptoms include mood swings, anxiety, increased social isolation, decreased work capacity and depression (Ronald Klatz, Robert Goldman, Stopping the Clock, 2003).
GHRH has also been found to have positive effect on patients with mild cognitive impairment. In a study by the University of Washington School of Medicine (2013), thirty adults (17 diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment) ranging in age between 55 and 87 years participated in a study on the neurochemical effects of GHRH.
After 20 weeks of GHRH administration, results showed an increase in gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) and N-acetylaspartylglutamate (NAAG), and a decrease in myo-inositol (MI), which are positive indicators that may help reverse age-related decline and improve cognitive function.
Do You Need Help?
Hormone Therapeutics is the leading national company assisting men who want to get their lives back through Hormone Replacement and Testosterone Replacement therapy. Our local physicians are ready to treat you anywhere in the entire country. Hormone Therapeutics is pioneering an easier, cost efficient and more private way for you to work with our clinical advisors and physicians from the privacy of your home or office after your local physical exam confirms you have one of the symptoms of Low T.
Contact us today and our clinical advisors will work with you on a hormone therapy program that may include prescribed hormones, exercise, nutrition and sleep programs to reclaim your vitality.
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