Monthly Archives: November 2018
Over the last generation, billions of dollars have been spent on Alzheimer's research. As we continue to learn more about the science of Alzheimer's, we recognize that many conditions are correlated with a higher instance of the disease. While we do not understand the real causes of Alzheimer's disease, new treatments are being developed to slow down the ongoing progression of the disease and improve quality of life for patients. Because Alzheimer's is such a complex disease, it is studied by various sectors of the medical community. For example, Alzheimer's Disease is one of the central topics in the field … Continue reading
Sermorelin is the shortened bio-identical equivalent of Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone, also known as GH-RH. GH-RH is produced by the hypothalamus and spurs the manufacture and secretion of HGH by the pituitary. When we’re young, high levels of growth hormone are secreted by the pituitary gland, which allows the body to grow at the rapid rate that occurs during puberty. This can be supplemented with Sermorelin Injections, which acts as a secretagogue to stimulate higher HGH production in the body. After our growth spurt has stopped, Human Growth Hormone (GH or HGH) still helps us stay healthy. It helps the
HOW TO USE: Learn how to prepare and inject the drug. Review the sermorelin Patient Information Insert. If any of the information is unclear, consult your doctor or pharmacist Continue reading
HGH Secretagogues, Sermorelin Injections and Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (Hypothalamus) – VideoWritten by , Published on November 4th, 2018
HGH Secretagogues are hormones, peptides, or other molecules which stimulate the production of Human Growth Hormone by the Anterior Pituitary Gland. The two hormones which stimulate HGH Production most directly are Ghrelin and Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone. Functionally-Identical and Biologically-Identical hormones such as Sermorelin Acetate also count as Secretagogues, although they are not produced by the human body.