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Is Sermorelin an Effective Hormone Replacement?

The debate currently at its peak argues that Sermorelin is not as viable to optimize as testosterone, despite recent in-depth studies that say otherwise. And while there are risks as well as benefits associated with Sermorelin, it’s important to weigh them both individually, to see if hormone replacement therapy is right for you.

Sermorelin is a bio-identical hormone that stimulates the body to naturally increase the production of Human Growth Hormone, or HGH. Unfortunately, studies show that HGH rises during childhood, peaks at adolescence and declines from middle age onward. By the age of 30-35, HGH levels have been known to drop by as much as 50% from the levels seen in adolescence and young adulthood. This decline prompts the discussion of hormone replacement therapy using Sermorelin.

Sermorelin should be injected daily before bedtime for 3-6 months at a time. When done correctly and consistently, Sermorelin can produce impressive results. Among the most prominent benefits are improvements in: – Energy and mental acuity – Muscle recovery – Sexual health and libido – Stamina and strength – Bone health – Skin and nail health – Growth of lean muscle – Reduction of fat (weight loss) Sermorelin also increases insulin sensitivity, which can help with blood sugar/glucose levels. Bare in mind that Sermorelin does need to be administered in conjunction with a well-rounded exercise and nutrition plan to see and feel the best results.

Blood levels must be monitored during treatment, usually before therapy begins, and then once every 3 months to make sure optimal levels are being achieved. With several anti-aging and health benefits, Sermorelin is an ideal treatment to help men feel younger, stronger, and healthier.

If you are suffering from low energy levels, a decrease in sex drive, weight gain and less stamina, Sermorelin may be the right treatment for you. Call us at 404.480.5229 to learn more! In good health, nüber-T

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