Peptide therapy is becoming well known within the public sector. For example most effective skin creams on the market will contain peptides to help skin stay youthful.
Athletes have been aware of Peptide use for decades to boost performance and recovery.
Peptides are composed of amino acids of which our bodies contain over 7000 and are found in all cells of the body.
Peptide therapy refers to restoring the number of peptides to stimulate cellular growth systems within our bodies for specific targets we want to achieve.
Using a specific protocol we can produce a specific reaction either hormonal or enzymatic to treat a variety ofconditions.
Typically administration is by SubQ or IM injection, nasal spray, Sublingual drops, capsules and topical creams.
Benefits of peptide therapy include:
· Boost hormonal and enzyme levels
· Reduce the signs of aging by improving skin texture
· Helps to stimulate fat burning, reduce cellulite and maintain healthy weight management
· Elevates athletic performance
· Proliferates muscle mass
· Helps reverse sexual dysfunction and increase libido
· Increase energy
· Improves mental health
· Promote healthy body function
· Stimulates healing, repair and regeneration processes of the body
· Curbs joint and muscle pain
· Enhance cognitive function and memory
· Can help safeguard against age related diseases
Peptide therapy has been shown to be an effective and generally safe practice with side effects typically being dose dependent.
There is no best peptide therapy as its effectiveness is down to the individual’s condition and specific targets.
It’s advised to consult with a healthcare professional before peptide therapy use, as peptides classification is research products.