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Peptide Therapy

ABOUT PEPTIDE THERAPY

What are peptides?

Peptides are short strings of amino acids, typically comprising 2–50 amino acids. Amino acids are also the building blocks of proteins, but proteins contain more.
 
Peptides can be easier for the body to absorb than proteins because they are smaller and more broken down than proteins. So you can think of smaller protein molecules. In our body, our cells communicate via the release of these peptides outside the cell. 

Why use peptides?

Peptides have been produced in laboratories for decades now. In addition, recently, the standards of production of American companies have caused a movement by progressive alternative providers who are seeking to treat their patients without the use of harmful drugs. Peptides are considered to be very safe and a key in regulating bodily systems.
 
If you are struggling with conditions related to: aging, like low muscle mass, decreased libido, increased weight, aging skin issues, slower wound healing, and muscle recovery, then peptide therapy may help you.


 

How do I know if I'm a good candidate?

 
Schedule an appointment at Physical Dimensions today to discuss if Peptide Therapy is right for you

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Speed up the healing process and repair your body, naturally.

REGENERATIVE PEPTIDES

Here are just a few examples of peptides and their indications that we use here at Physical Dimensions:
 

  • CJC 1295 – growth hormone that particularly focuses on protein synthesis to promote fat loss, help with sleeping issues, memory retention, and muscle growth.
     

  • BPC-157 – Heals wounds, bones, tendons, and ligaments. BPC 157 peptide dosage also helps with muscle tears, sprains, and damages. Pain and redness are among the few BPC 157 side effects that you must know of. 
     

  • Ipamorelin – growth hormone releasing peptide (GHRP) that stimulates the release of growth hormones from the anterior pituitary gland.Reduces body fat, improves skin quality, bone strength, muscle mass, joint, ligaments, and energy. 
     

  • DSIP – This peptide is typically found in the brain and passes by the blood barriers quite quickly. DSIP has a stress-protective action that helps decrease stress metabolic disorders and modulates the activity of GABA-ergic gluta and other neuronal systems to promote sleep.

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