As we age, we lose muscular mass, libido, skin elasticity, and bone density due to a growth hormone deficiency. It may induce weight gain or make weight loss harder. Peptide therapy is a revolutionary anti-aging treatment that revitalises growth hormone synthesis in the body. Peptide therapy is an anti-aging option. Our doctors prescribe Ipamorelin/CJC 1295 because it stimulates the pituitary gland and hypothalamus to produce more IGF-1. The combination blocks the pituitary from producing somatostatin, a growth hormone inhibitor (GHIH). Ipamorelin/CJC 1295 has a longer half-life and more anti-aging benefits than Sermorelin.
Ipamorelin and CJC 1295 Have 7 Benefits:
Fat loss Combining peptide treatments boosts fat metabolism and carbohydrate burning, contributing to healthy weight loss.
Muscle mass and tone decline with age. This therapy can help maintain a toned body and counteract age-related muscle mass and tone loss.
Long-term therapy may increase a patient’s strength, vitality, and sensation of youth.
Improved sleep Getting older reduces slow-wave sleep time. Ipamorelin and CJC 1295 increase deep sleep, which reduces brain tension and anxiety.
This combined peptide therapy enhances bone density, preventing osteoporosis in men and women. Post-menopausal women who are at risk for osteoporosis may benefit from this vitamin.
Peptide therapy for anti-aging boosts your body’s natural immunity, making you less sick.
Age-related declines in growth hormone cause wrinkles, uneven skin tone, poor suppleness, and pigmentation. Ipamorelin/CJC 1295 enhances skin suppleness and eliminates crepey skin by stimulating growth hormone production.
Unwanted effects and reactions
Sermorelin is reformulated with ipamorelin and CJC 1295. This new formulation lowers or eliminates most Sermorelin side effects. Rare side effects may include redness, edoema, or facial flushing at the injection site. In clinical investigations, less than 1% of individuals receiving long-term peptide therapy experienced dizziness, headache, or hyperactivity. Exogenous growth hormones are safe and effective, according to … Read More