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Peptide Therapy and It’s Many Applications
Peptide Therapy is cutting edge technology and can effectively be used to do a variety of things such as:
- Enhancing Growth Hormone Production
- Balancing Hormones
- Improving Sexual Disorders and Erectile Dysfunction
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Insomnia and Stress Disorders
- Treating Obesity
- Inflammatory Diseases
- Autoimmune disorders
- Tissue Repair, including joints, tendons and ligaments, and bone
Between these conditions there lie so many more. With over 7,000 naturally occurring peptide formations the possibilities are quite literally endless. Additionally, since peptides occur naturally within the human body, almost any concentration can be safe to administer. This not only allows us to conduct a multitude of safe tests to determine different applications, but it also ensures the worst case scenario will be an undetermined beneficial side effect. However, there are many peptides used to treat specific conditions to date.
Peptides in Essence
So what are peptides and how can they give someone therapy? They’re not going to sit you on a couch and tell you to recount your life if that’s what you were thinking. They’re only bunches of amino acids after all, not very good at conversation. But these amino acids can do remarkable things when they combine. Not because they become something “more powerful” or “magic” when they recombine. They just become a helpful shape. Life, in essence, works through shapes. Stuff needs to fit inside other stuff to make things work. Some things are shaped so they can break things apart (enzymes). Some things are shaped so they can put things together. Peptides are shaped in many different ways, and therefore have very different applications. For example, there exists a troublesome organ in the human body called the pancreas. You may have heard of it. It has a terrible habit of destroying the body’s blood glucose levels if it does not receive a specific handshake from a peptide. This naturally produced peptide is called Insulin, but what’s its story?
Insulin is manufactured in the islets of Langerhans, named after the famous biologist that discovered them. But these islets do not continue production forever. The enzymes that recombine amino acids in order to produce insulin can be altered, or denatured if you will, and lose their shape. In the biological world inside you, loss of shape directly translates to loss of identity. Without an enzyme’s shape, it can no longer do what it was intended to do. This is where peptides come in handy. We used to use pig pancreases to manufacture insulin. However it is no longer the 1920s. So we’ve come up with a more streamline mode of manufacturing that has been able to treat diabetes all over the world, effectively saving thousands of lives. To learn more about peptide therapy, and all the possibilities behind it, visit Swole Alternative Medicine and schedule a free consultation. You won’t be disappointed with the results.