Enjoy the benefits of increased growth hormone levels with our safe and effective Sermorelin injections in Boca Raton.
Sermorelin Injections in Boca Raton
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Frequently tired, anxious, or depressed? Can’t get rid of that stubborn belly fat no matter your effort? Those could be signs of adult-onset growth hormone deficiency (GHD). Don’t let GHD get the better of you.
Our high-quality Sermorelin injections can help you boost your hormone levels without the side effects of synthetic hormone therapy!
At Aesthethouse, we put great value on our customer’s comfort and satisfaction. That’s why our injections are administered by experienced medical professionals to ensure only the best results.
With regular Sermorelin treatments, you can expect to see an improvement in your energy levels, better sleep quality, and an overall sense of well-being. Plus, with our convenient location in Boca Raton, you can easily fit your injections into your busy schedule.
Benefits of Sermorelin Therapy
By boosting your body’s growth hormone production, sermorelin injections can bring lots of benefits, such as:
an increased growth rate in children
better insulin sensitivity
leaner body mass
reduced signs of aging
The Role of Growth Hormones in Our Body
Like most hormones, the role of growth hormones in our body can be complicated. But in a nutshell, it plays a vital role in cell reproduction and regeneration.
In children, it stimulates bone growth and muscle formation. In adults, it regulates fat levels and other aspects of metabolism like blood sugar levels and insulin action.
Growth hormone levels typically increase in childhood and peak during our teenage years. But by our 30s and 40s, our pituitary glands tend to produce less of these hormones, leading to growth hormone deficiency.
Because growth hormone levels tend to fluctuate in adults, the symptoms of adult-onset GHD can be difficult to detect. But in general, adults with GHD may suffer from:
- constant fatigue/low energy levels
- increased body fat, especially around the belly area
- anxiety and depression
- weaker bones, increasing the risk of fractures
- low muscle tone (hypotonia)
- increased insulin resistance
- increased triglyceride and LDL-cholesterol levels
Congenital injuries and certain medical conditions can also cause GDH in children. Its most common symptoms include:
- slower hair and nail growth
- stunted growth
- low blood sugar levels
- delayed puberty
To treat GHD, growth hormone treatments like Sermorelin are often recommended.
What is Sermorelin?
Sermorelin is a man-made version of a substance that our body naturally produces to stimulate the release of growth hormones.
The FDA has approved its use to treat children suffering from GHD. Though many physicians also prescribe it for adults.
Unlike traditional hormone therapy, Sermorelin does not replace lost hormones. Instead, it encourages the pituitary gland to produce and release more growth hormones. In short, it restores your hormone levels by boosting growth hormone production rather than replacing the ones you’ve lost.
Because of this, it’s touted as a safer and more cost-effective alternative to traditional hormone therapy treatments.
Who Should Get Sermorelin Injections?
Sermorelin is often used to treat children suffering from poor growth issues. Though adults diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency can also benefit from Sermorelin injections.
However, you should consult your doctor before getting Sermorelin treatments if you are:
- allergic to sermorelin
- pregnant or are planning to get pregnant
- diagnosed with hypothyroidism
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. Are Sermorelin injections safe?
Yes, professionally-administered Sermorelin injection is generally safe and well-tolerated. Some people have reported swelling or redness in the injection area, but it’s quite rare and usually goes away on its own.
2. How often does Sermorelin have to be injected?
The recommended frequency for Sermorelin injections is at least once a day, before bedtime. Ideally, injection sites should also be periodically rotated.
3. How fast does Sermorelin work?
Most patients notice a significant difference in their bodies within the first month. While the full effects are usually visible after three to six months of continuous treatment.