The older you are, the harder it is to lose weight. You can eat right, exercise, and cut out sweets, but the scale doesn’t budge. Why? It has a lot to do with your hormones.
Hormones play an integral role in health and wellness. They promote growth within the body and influence metabolism, organ function, energy, and weight management. There are many factors that can interfere with hormone production, including aging. As people age, their body may not produce adequate levels of hormones. This creates havoc with your ability to maintain a healthy weight, slowing metabolism and energy levels. And hormone balance can begin to change as early as your 20s.
The good news is that you can rebalance your hormone levels with targeted therapies and can effectively manage hormone imbalance.
Growth hormone-releasing hormone is a hormone produced in an area of the brain called the hypothalamus. The main role of this hormone is to stimulate the pituitary gland to produce and release growth hormone. Growth hormone acts on virtually every tissue of the body. Growth hormone stimulates production of insulin-like growth factor from the liver and other organs, and this acts in the body to control metabolism and growth. In addition to its effect on growth hormone secretion, growth hormone-releasing hormone also affects sleep, food intake and memory.
If your body produces too little growth hormone-releasing hormone, the production and release of growth hormone from the pituitary gland is impaired. Adults with growth hormone deficiency may have a wide range of symptoms. The most important consequences of reduced growth hormone levels are changes in body structure (decreased muscle and bone mass and increased body fat), tiredness, being less lively and a poor health-related quality of life. When these symptoms are severe, they can reduce people’s ability to function – both socially and professionally – and this can dramatically lower the quality of their lives.
Sermorelin is a bio-identical synthetic hormone peptide that may be used in conjunction with bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, various weight loss programs and erectile dysfunction treatment. Sermorelin, a growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH), can enhance overall health and well-being by stimulating the production and release of hormones by the pituitary gland. This kick starts your metabolism so that your weight loss efforts are more effective! It holds the potential to slow the effects of aging in humans by spurring growth of new tissue, muscles and synapses in the brain. It even has the potential to help patients think more clearly. As you age, your body produces fewer hormones, a phenomenon that is considered one of the principal medical signs of aging. Sermorelin therapy encourages the body to naturally produce hormones. Sermorelin is different from many similar treatments, as it stimulates a natural process rather than requiring patients to directly add hormones to the system – this distinction makes our Sermorelin therapy much less likely to lead to complications.
While results may vary from patient to patient, studies have shown that Sermorelin anti-aging treatment can lead to a range of physical and mental benefits, such as:
Benefits for patients on Sermorelin shown over the first eight weeks of protocol may include improvements in:
Tree of Life Medical is proud to announce Sermorelin for help with reduction of belly fat via lipolysis, boosting energy levels, increasing the skin’s elasticity, elevating endurance levels, promoting speed healing of wounds, ameliorating vision, and promoting deeper sleep. This formula can also strengthen libido in both men and women. Those who have experienced loss of libido are good candidates for therapy. In addition, people who are struggling to control their weight may find it easier to slim down with the help of this formulation.
An initial appointment will include a consultation to discuss your health history, your health goals, and review pertinent medical information. Blood tests may be required to determine levels of hormone imbalance and if Sermorelin is right for you.