Sermorelin is a growth hormone-releasing peptide. Produced naturally, by the brain, Sermorelin Acetate stimulates the pituitary gland to increase the volume of Human Growth Hormone, resulting in the benefits associated with more youthful levels of growth hormone. The effects of aging are largely due to the decrease in our body’s production of growth hormone. Sermorelin has become very popular in increasing the low production and battling the effects of aging.
Maximize your quality of life. After beginning Sermorelin injections you may experience:
Aging takes place at a more rapid pace when your hormones start to decline. One this starts happening, your physical body starts to change as well. You tend to gain weight easier and quicker, your athletic performance will decline, and you may become depressed more frequently. These are some symptoms that your hormone levels have started to drop. Natural hormones are protective, and aging is related to the loss of these hormones. Replacing the levels of these hormones delay the aging process and can get you feeling like your younger self once again. Without a doubt, Human Growth Hormone (Hgh) can counter the following symptoms:
Patients first meet with a registered nurse who will take your:
After your meeting with the nurse, you will then meet with the hormone replacement therapy physician who will take a detailed medical history and perform a medical exam. The doctor will then review all your symptoms and hormone levels and determine if you are a candidate for Sermorelin therapy. The hormone replacement physician will custom tailor a program for you based on your hormone levels and symptoms.
Sermorelin is injected into the body using a tiny needle similar to what a diabetic uses to administer insulin. Sermorelin is a daily injection administered right before bedtime.
Every patient differs but many patients will see relief from symptoms within the first 3-6 months of therapy.
Your program and hormone levels will always be monitored by the physician. Sermorelin therapy is very safe when done in the proper way. Your physician will always discuss any potential risks as well.