The future of regenerative medicine is here and only a phone call away! If you want to slow the aging process and regain your vitality, peptides are the answer. Increase muscle mass, lose weight, achieve better sleep, increase your sex drive, and feel like you did 20 years ago with the power of peptide therapy.
Peptides have many benefits including healthier joints, weight loss, better body composition, and enhance athletic performance. Here is a list of some of the benefits you can expect from peptide therapy.
Peptides are short-chain amino acids found naturally in the body. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and these particular amino acids are designed to augment specific functions within the human body.
Therapy with peptides uses those sequences already present to regulate and rejuvenate functions, basically, they bind to and tell other cells what to do, replacing or mimicking the functions of naturally occurring peptides. Peptides have the capability to utilize body chemistry relationships to promote restoration, anabolism, and homeostasis. Peptides can act as messengers that relay information or transport materials into cells. i.e. peptides can transfer glucose from blood into the cells to be used as energy.
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Many peptides are administered through subcutaneous injection. Some can also be taken orally or topically. The frequency and dosage vary from peptide to peptide.
Peptides have a very high safety factor and are well-tolerated by patients as they are not something new to our bodies. Peptides have the potential to be the future of regenerative medicine and are dramatically changing the lives of those seeking longevity and well-being.
Put simply, peptides are a short chain of amino acids (not as long as proteins) that are found naturally in the body. Specific amino acid chains stimulate specific body functions. Peptide therapy uses particular sequences of amino acids to manage and revitalize body functions that may have slowed due to aging.
There are more than 7,000 types of peptides. Some commonly prescribed peptide combinations increase human growth hormone (HGH or GH) levels in the body. GH regulates the production and maintenance of muscle and bone, helping to “maintain normal body structure and metabolism” (per the Cleveland Clinic).
Some of the benefits of different peptide therapy treatments are:
Most people can benefit from peptide therapy. Peptides are natural to our bodies. As we age, HGH production slows down. When this happens, we start to feel more aches and pains, have lower energy, experience trouble sleeping, and so on. If you are suffering from HGH deficiency, peptide therapy treatments can help.
Some of the common symptoms of HGH deficiency are:
If these symptoms resonate with you, it’s time for you to schedule a free consultation at Limitless Male. With a simple blood test and discussion with a trained medical professional, we can establish whether you have an HGH deficiency and what can be done to help you regain your vigor.
When your treatments are managed by a medical professional trained in peptide therapy, there are next to no negatives. In fact, the only side effects our patients have reported are minor, such as itching or rash. Overall, we’ve had no reported significant side effects with any of the peptides we have used with our patients.
If peptide therapy is not monitored and properly cycled by a medical professional, there is a risk of interrupting the body’s natural production of GH. Additional side effects that may be experienced with unmonitored treatment include:
However, the peptides offered at Limitless Male are proven safe and effective. With our personalized approach to care, you shouldn’t experience any serious side effects.
Peptide therapy is considered safe when performed in a clinical setting by experienced medical professionals who can develop a plan catered to your needs. Schedule a free consultation with the specialists at Limitless Male today.
You will notice marked changes in your sleep, energy, and attitude after the first month, but the full benefits of peptide therapy will be evident after four to six months of treatment. That is when you will see the most significant changes to your body composition and mental health.
Yes, you can! Peptide therapy treatments are well known for aiding weight loss. As HGH levels decrease, our metabolism slows, and we lose muscle tone. Peptide therapy can increase lean muscle mass, reduce belly fat, increase satiety (feeling full after a meal), and improve athletic performance and recovery.
Semaglutide, for instance, is a glucagon-like peptide analog used to lower glucose levels in diabetic patients. It is also proven to help both diabetic and non-diabetic patients lose weight safely. To learn more about semaglutide, read our blog, Next Generation Weight Loss Treatment: Semaglutide.
Peptide therapy can result in more significant weight loss than diet and exercise alone, and certain peptides, like semaglutide, are thought to work better than any of the weight loss supplements out there. For the best results, combine the right peptide therapy prescription with a healthy diet and exercise regimen.
Yes. You should only take peptide hormones prescribed by a doctor or specialized medical professional. Not all peptides are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and they are not approved for over-the-counter self-treatment.
Most peptides are injected on a daily basis. The medical professionals you work with will develop a combination of peptides and other therapies to cater to your needs and enhance your results.
If using GH-releasing peptides, we want to minimize the risk of developing a resistance to GH. So, we would create a plan consisting of subcutaneous injections five days on and two days off each week, cycling off for one month after every six months of continuous use.
Insurance does not cover peptide medication. However, if you are using a health savings account, you may be able to use your HSA money toward peptide therapy.
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