Sermorelin is a bioidentical Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone or GHRH. It is a prescription medication used to treat growth hormone deficiency (GHD).
Studies have shown that sermorelin will increase your levels of HGH
Sermorelin has been shown to produce many benefits to improve overall health and wellness. It could take 3-6 months to achieve all of the benefits of sermorelin therapy.
Sermorelin is a chemical known as Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone or GHRH. It is a prescription medication used to treat growth hormone deficiency (GHD). It is a synthetic form of the naturally occurring GHRH that is normally secreted by the hypothalamus, which in turn stimulates the pituitary gland to produce and release human growth hormone, or HGH.
Sermorelin (GHRH) is a large-chain peptide made up of 29 amino acids. These are the same as the first 29 amino acids in the longer chain that makes up HGH, and it is the recognition of these 29 amino acids via special receptor cells in the pituitary that stimulate the release of HGH.
HGH plays a significant role in health and vitality throughout our lives. However, as we get older, the hormones produced by the pituitary, such as HGH, are depleted.
Peer reviewed published studies have shown a bioidentical GHRH such as sermorelin can restore HGH levels in the blood to a more youthful level.
Growth hormone is not released constantly. Instead, it is released by the pituitary in a series of bursts throughout the day.
The depletion of growth hormone as we age, causing the frailty, weakness, and other symptoms we think of as aging, has been well documented. Interestingly enough, what the research shows is that, while overall levels of HGH in the blood stream drop as we age, the number of those daily bursts, remains relatively unchanged. Which indicate that the amount of HGH in each “burst,” is what is really changing.
Growth hormone-releasing peptides such as sermorelin work therefore, by stimulating the pituitary to produce more HGH, and therefore, there is more HGH output in each burst.
Peer reviewed published studies have shown that sermorelin is a safe and effective way to raise your HGH levels.
What Kind of Results Can I Expect From Sermorelin?
Sermorelin has been shown to have many positive benefits for overall health and wellness. Sermorelin has been studied and shown to be quite effective in treating age-related HGH decline. The following benefits/improvements have been reported by those who have been on sermorelin therapy:
Increased Lean Body Mass
Decreased Body Fat
Increased Collagen Production
Increased Healing Capability
How long will it take for sermorelin to work?
Sermorelin is only available with a doctor’s prescription. Sermorelin therapy is prescribed as a multi-dosed, injectable liquid. Your dosage will vary based on your age, gender, weight, and symptoms.
Sermorelin therapy is given over the course of many weeks. Many patients begin to see improvements of certain symptoms in the first few weeks. These are usually a feeling of more energy, and a return to normal sleeping patterns in patients that were experiencing disrupted sleep due to low HGH.
Individual results will vary. However, typically it takes 3-6 months to see the most common benefits of sermorelin treatment, such as: increased lean muscle mass; reduced body fat; increased bone density and collagen production; increased bone density; enhanced immune system and cardiovascular function, pancreatic and liver function; and optimal increases in energy and vitality.
Sermorelin has been shown to have many positive benefits for overall health and wellness. Typically it takes 3-6 months to see the optimal benefits of sermorelin treatment.
How Can I Get the Best Results From Sermorelin Therapy?
To get the best results from sermorelin, you need to be cautiously monitored over the course of your therapy. Often dosages may need to be modified for you to obtain optimal results.
This means that in order to get the best results from your sermorelin therapy, you want to work with practitioners such as ours that are skilled and experienced in treating patients with age-related growth hormone decline.