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Anti-Aging Peptide Therapy

Introducing Anti-Aging Peptide Therapy

Vibrant Health of Colorado offers Anti-Aging Peptide Therapy to help patients! Peptide therapies assist with improved sleep, weight loss, increased muscle tone, age management, and performance enhancement.

Wellness is a lifelong journey. As we age we notice a pronounced difference in our stamina, our ability to rest and recover, aching muscles, thinning hair, and libido. Changes occur as our body naturally reduces its production of hormones that aid in our basic functions. As a result, reduced hormone production can leave you feeling sluggish, make it difficult to lose weight, and more.

 

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What Are Peptides?

In view of anti-aging treatments, we must first discuss peptides to better understand anti-aging peptide therapy. Amino acids create peptides, similar to proteins. Due to their importance, peptide variations influence every type of cell and aid in cell signaling. Peptides are used in your body to build muscle, increase libido, reduce body fat, and more!

What is Anti-Aging Peptide Therapy?

Peptide Therapy is affordable, safe, and it works well, making it a preferred therapy over  Growth Hormone Therapy. Additionally, Peptide Therapy naturally boosts growth hormone production. For example, peptides can help to stimulate the pituitary to release growth hormones to help the body repair and rejuvenate itself. Patients aided by this therapy can feel a difference in as little as a month. Significantly, therapeutic levels are reached between 3-6 months from the start of therapy.

Reported Benefits of Anti-Aging Peptide Therapy

Lower Cholesterol
Increased Energy
Improved Sleep
Improved Skin Elasticity
Increased Muscle Tone
Improved Recovery Times
Decreased Joint Pain
Enhanced Sex Drive
Fuller Hair
Heightened Mental Focus

Who Can Benefit from Anti-Aging Peptide Therapy?

In conclusion, patients experiencing a variety of health concerns may benefit from Anti-Aging Peptide Therapy. This therapy is used in functional medicine clinics worldwide and assists with anti-aging processes. 

We strongly believe in functional medicine and consider Anti-Aging Peptide Therapy to be among the safest treatments available. Patients considering this form of therapy for weight loss, age management, and performance enhancement should contact our office for more information.

What is Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Your hormones control most of your basic bodily functions. They serve as an internal communication system between cells throughout the body. They coordinate everything from digestion and growth to your appetite, immune function, mood, and libido. So, when your hormones are out of balance, even slightly, it can have a big impact on your health and well-being. Often, when hormone levels drop or become unbalanced, men and women turn to hormone replacement therapy to ease symptoms. There are many options for hormone replacement therapy. One option is bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT). BHRT has gotten a lot of attention in recent years. It promises a “natural” solution to hormone issues. But what exactly is BHRT, and how is it different from other options for hormone replacement therapy? Read on to learn all you need to know about BHRT and whether it may be right for you.

Traditional vs. Bioidentical
Bioidentical hormones are different from those used in traditional hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in that they’re identical chemically to those our bodies produce naturally. Bioidentical hormones are generally sourced from plants. When the body recognizes these bioidentical hormones, they can easily use them for various bodily functions.
While synthetic hormones were used by women for many years, many women find that they feel better using bioidentical hormones. Studies have also suggested that synthetic hormones, specifically synthetic progestin, can increase the risk of developing breast cancer and can lead to numerous symptoms, including irritability and weight gain.

Why are Bioidentical Hormones Used?
As men and women age, the levels of some key hormones in the body go down. These include estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. This can lead to many symptoms. Some common complaints related to low hormone levels are:
• Hot flashes
• Night sweats
• Vaginal dryness
• Loss of interest in sex
• Pain during sex
• Problems sleeping
• Loss of energy
• Fatigue
• Loss of muscle mass
• Weight gain
• Foggy thinking
• Mood changes
Memory loss

The goal is to replace the hormones that have been lost and to return the body to balance through the use of hormone therapy. As a result, hormone levels will increase and symptoms will improve. Your provider can discuss with you the variety of options available, and guide therapy based on your individual needs.

Bioidentical Therapy for Men
Men experience a similar decline in hormone levels that women experience when they go through menopause. This is known as andropause, and this change occurs more slowly often starting as young as 35. Testosterone levels in men typically drop about one percent per year. Testosterone plays a critical role in the quality and quantity of life for men. The decline in testosterone levels has been shown to be a risk factor for heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, osteoporosis, and diabetes. Men also experience many of the symptoms listed above.
The goal of hormone replacement (HRT) in men is to optimize testosterone levels and to eliminate symptoms.

Therapy Designed for You
Vibrant Health of Colorado takes the benefits of bioidentical hormones further by providing a personalized approach to natural hormone replacement therapy. We study your individual hormone levels in order to determine precisely what you need to optimize your hormone levels and return you to vibrant health. We have many hormone replacement therapy treatment options available. We offer complimentary consultations and have a team of experts available to answer any questions you might have. Call 303-730-2229 or click here to schedule an appointment with a hormone specialist.