DSIP. DELTA SLEEP INDUCING PEPTIDE
OK Here’s my experience with DSIP.. I’m not a great sleeper very overactive mind. Bad sleep can cause a multitude of problems physically and mentally. Makes the next day so hard and you perform poorly mentally as well as feeling lethargic..
I get great sleep with this which is my main use. The positives that go with this peptide are incredible.. Boosted testosterone. HGH, IGF1 has a calming effect if you know your under pressure or have stressful situations ahead..... For me it keeps you on the right track gives you sleep. Anti aging and mentally strong in times when you need... I’m a big fan of DSIP... NIK NAYLOR
DSIP is a neuropeptide (small protein-like peptides that are used by neurons in communicating with each other) that induces sleep. DSIP induces the spindle plus delta EEG activity, and it reduces motor activities. The gene of Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide is unknown, making it the only peptide with that characteristic.
It’s categorised as an amphiphilic peptide, representing a chemical compound that possesses both lipophilic and hydrophilic properties. The substance has typically been found in the pituitary, limbic system, hypothalamus and in other organs like body and tissue fluid. The peptide is normally found in your pancreas and gut secretory cells.
Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide works in your brain mediated by N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors (also called NMDAR or NMDA receptor), which are responsible for your memory function and learning.
NMDA receptor is a glutamate receptor plus an ion channel protein found in your nerve cells. It’s one of the 3 types of iGluRs (ionotropic glutamate receptors), while the others being kainate and AMPA receptors. It’s activated when glycine (or D-serine) and glutamate bind to it. When it’s activated, it lets positively charged ions to start flowing through your cell membrane. The N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor is essential in controlling synaptic plasticity as well as memory function.
Since it has a low molecular stability, there’s the hypostasis that Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide makes a compound that has carrier proteins to stop degradation. Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide is always regulated by glucocorticoids. Glucocorticoids are typically a class of corticosteroids, a class of steroid hormones.
Basically, glucocorticoids are corticosteroids binding to the glucocorticoid receptor. They’re your immune system mechanism of reducing immune function aspects such as inflammation in the event of autoimmune diseases or allergies.
Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide allows your body to have low states of stress by reducing the level of basal corticotrophin while at the same time preventing its release. That means a reduction of your brain alert system as well as a state of overall relaxation, which can be beneficial in some cases of sleeplessness (insomnia).
Stimulates the production of a hormone that’s produced by gonadotropic cells in your anterior pituitary gland called Luteinizing hormone.
In females, this increases the ovulation
while in males, it increases the production of testosterone.
Can stimulate the somatoliberin growth hormone and promote cell reproduction as well as regeneration by releasing somatotrophin growth hormone.
Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide inhibits secretion of somatostatin (also called GHIH or growth hormone-inhibiting hormone), which is also responsible for glucagon secretion as well as insulin inhibition.
DSIP Peptide helps your body to become stronger, regulate glucose plus promote nutrients metabolic utilisation in your body.
Acts limiting your body temperature and stress controls.
Regulates your BP and the myocardial contraction.
Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide has antioxidant effects and promotes a deep resting as it increases the slow-wave sleep.
DSIP, on the other hand, can be related to obesity as well as metabolic syndrome that’s accompanied by elevated BP, high serum triglycerides and elevated fasting plasma glucose.