THE ANTI AGING BENEFITS OF SERMORELIN
By Dr. Philip Holder
(Copyright 1996 – 2013)
Almost every adult wants to either look and feel younger or slow down the aging process. With our newsletter we strive to offer our readers various methods to maintain youth and look and feel younger. One method we think offers great possibilities for helping many people accomplish that goal is Sermorelin.
Sermorelin is a synthetic hormone that can be effective in raising human growth hormone levels.
Benefits of Sermorelin may Include:
• Increased Libido
• Improved mood
• Increased Energy
• Improved state of well being
• Decrease in muscle, body and joint aches
• Increased natural production of Growth Hormone
• Improved physical performance
• Improved immune function
• Improved sleep quality
• Decreased body fat
• Increased lean muscle mass
Growth Hormone (HGH) therapy has been used extensively and successfully for many years, and has proven effective for countless patients, worldwide. Unlike HGH therapy which directly replaces declining levels of HGH, sermorelin address the primary cause of declining HGH by naturally stimulating the pituitary gland to produce more HGH. This natural stimulation of the pituitary is designed to preserve and enhance the production of growth hormone mechanisms that decline as we age.
What is the Sermorelin treatment and HGH Connection
Development of sermorelin can be traced back to the 1970’s. It is classified as a peptide, that contains 29 amino acids in total, and its main function is to promote natural HGH (human growth hormone) production. It is regularly paired with alternative peptides, such as GHRP-6 and GHRP-2, which are also known growth releasing peptides . HGH is secreted the most at night when you are in the deepest REM sleep. Growth Hormone is also released during the entire 24 hour day cycle in small spikes. HGH is critical in maintaining the organs and tissues in our body, because it stimulates regeneration. Without that, we will experience symptoms of age related disease more rapidly. HGH levels are highest during youth and puberty, but then decline once our body has reached maturity.