What is peptide therapy?
Peptides are naturally occurring amino acids in your body that help to build protein. Peptide therapy increases the number of amino acids in your body, which also helps increase your body’s protein levels. Peptide therapy also increases your body’s natural ability to produce growth hormone, which helps improve cellular production and repair. That’s why peptide therapy has become a very popular anti-aging treatment.
How peptides can help you
Peptides can help you and your body feel younger and better by improving several body functions including:
- Boosting your immune system
- Improving your sex drive
- Helping with weight loss
- Lowering your body fat
- Reducing inflammation in your body
- Helping you sleep more deeply
- Helping with concentration and focus
What conditions can peptides treat?
Peptides have been shown to help with joint pain, strengthening muscles, obesity, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, autoimmune disease, and wound healing. Peptide therapy is also being used to help with regulating and balancing hormones, managing depression, and even stimulating hair growth.
The advantages of peptide therapy
Peptides have been researched and tested extensively for their rejuvenating qualities. As a result, over 80 peptide treatments have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Peptide therapy has also been shown to enhance cell growth and repair.
How is peptide therapy administered?
There are a number of different ways peptides can be administered, from oral capsules to topical treatments, nasal sprays, or injections. Your medical provider can help you choose the method which is best for you.
Common peptide treatments
Some of the most common peptide treatments include:
- Ibutamoren - to improve muscle strength, gain muscle mass and help with weight loss
- Sermorelin - to increase energy, reduce body fat, and help you recover faster
- PT-141 - to help with erectile dysfunction and hypoactive sexual desire disorder
To learn more about peptide therapy and how it can help you, call Stephanie Justus, of Pulse Health & Wellness in Claremore, OK at (918) 322-7400. Call now!