Peptides are already available to patients without them even knowing it. Insulin is a peptide first introduced in the 1920s. Peptides are made from combinations of amino acids, and they in turn form proteins by combining them in different ways. There are currently hundreds of clinical and pre-clinical trials going on to confirm the efficacy of peptides, but it appears that they are effective in treating a variety of acute and chronic conditions with very few side effects.
Looking at peptides, they can perform valuable services in the improvement of aging and wellbeing as people age. As we get older it becomes harder for our bodies to produce human growth hormone (HGH) that controls the activity of cellular mitochondria and the immune system. Aging can lead to increased free radicals in the body, decreased production of sex hormones, decreased stem cells, loss of sleep, loss of energy, and increased depression.
Peptides work on the human body by controlling the activity of the pituitary gland at the base of the brain. Aging disrupts the normal production of hormones from this gland, although the ability is still there as we age. Aspire Rejuvenation uses peptide treatments to wake up the normal production of the pituitary gland and thereby restore health and vitality.
Along with the health effects noted above, peptides also show positive effects in:
- Faster healing of wounds
- Improvement of sleep and healthy REM cycles
- Improved fat burning and muscle growth with better muscle repair
- Better exercise endurance
- Creating a stronger immune system
- More resistance to bone fractures and improved calcium retention leading to stronger bones
- Reducing the risk of heart disease
- Reduced inflammation in the body
If you feel you can benefit from peptide therapy, please contact Aspire Rejuvenation for a consultation by calling 407-233-4006. Make sure you join us NPC REDCON1 Mel Chancey Champion Muscle Classic National Qualifier on October 10th at the Centro Asturiano de Tampa. You can find more information by clicking here!