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WHAT IS A PEPTIDE?
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Peptides are short chains of amino acids that power and activate specific functions in the body. They can be found everywhere – from insulin to endorphins, our bodies contain over 7000 known peptide types! With FDA approval already given for select medical uses, it’s no wonder why so many people are turning towards such groundbreaking treatments when it comes to health advice.
Peptides can be harnessed to power a revolution in medicine – moving us away from treating illnesses and instead utilizing these fascinating molecules as our first line of defense against aging. From maintenance of healthful living to enhancing physical performance, peptide therapy offers safe solutions that target the body’s own processes for positive results. Harnessing this knowledge opens up a whole new world where it is possible to unlock vitality through replenishing declining levels with age!
Research shows that bioactive peptides can benefit the following areas:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the symptoms if you are in a hormone deficiency?
The most common symptoms connected to hormone deficiency are memory loss, high cholesterol, fatigue, and weight gain.
What is Hormone Replacement Therapy used for?
Hormone replacement therapy is used to help treat patients with declining or unbalanced hormone levels. It’s also an effective treatment for hypogonadism, menopause, and perimenopause.
How does Hormone Replacement Therapy help with erectile dysfunction?
Testosterone plays a vital role in a man’s sexual drive and function. Low testosterone levels can lead to decreased stimulation and performance. Hormone replacement therapy can provide natural hormones to help replenish low testosterone levels and restore sexual stimulation, thus treating erectile dysfunction.
How do I find out what dosage I need for Hormone Replacement Therapy?
Depending on your type of treatment and medical history, a doctor will determine the best dosage to fit your customized plan. Doctors will use routine saliva or blood tests to check your hormone levels and adjust dosages to fit your symptoms, needs, and overall treatment goal. You should also provide your doctor with any information regarding any pre-existing conditions, allergies, and other medications so they can provide the most accurate dosage recommendations to fit your plan.