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Anti-Aging Technique With Sermorelin and Ipamorelin


Aging is inevitable, but what if some of the effects of aging were not? Here you will learn about the anti-aging benefits of Sermorelin, a product effective in increasing human growth hormone levels, which can result in a younger looking, feeling and better you.

As one ages, the body’s natural growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) declines. Usually around the age of 30, human growth hormone levels (HGH) decline by nearly 50% in comparison to their levels at around 20 years of age. This can result in changes in mood, lack of energy, loss of muscle mass, weak immune system, changes in sleep patterns and decrease in libido.

Since 1970’s the FDA has approved a synthetic version of GHRH called Sermorelin. Worldwide, people who received sermorelin have obtained losses in body fat, increased muscle mass, greater energy, improved physical performance and sleep quality as well as a stronger immune system.

Sermorelin is a peptide composed of over 25 amino acids. Amino acids play a vital role in the body’s production process of human growth hormone. These hormones are typically released from the body during the deepest REM cycle of sleep. During non-sleep hours, human growth hormones work to protect the body’s organs as they stimulate regeneration. Those with high levels of human growth hormone tend to wake up with a clearer mind, be more energized and have softer, tighter, and plumper looking skin than those with lower levels of human growth hormones.

Sermorelin is different from Growth Hormone Therapy (GHT). Growth Hormone Therapy is used to directly replace declining levels of human growth hormone, but does not address the root cause of why human growth hormone levels are declining. On the other hand, sermorelin targets the human growth hormone problem by stimulating the pituitary gland to produce more human growth hormone naturally.

To attain a younger looking and feeling you and to find out if sermorelin is right for you, call Global Life Rejuvenation at (866) 793-9933 or complete the form below for our team to reach out to you.