Sermorelin Acetate Cost & Benefits of Treatment

LAST MODIFIED: Wednesday, November 14, 2018

hGH Replacement Therapy has been a popular ‘Anti-Aging’ and performance enhancing treatment since as early as 1990, but unfortunately, use of hGH does not come without risks.

Sermorelin Acetate has become a popular alternative as it enables you to obtain the benefits of hGH Therapy, without the associated risks.

This article looks more closely at the benefits of Sermorelin injections as a hGH alternative and the cost associated with it.

 

What is Sermorelin Acetate?

To begin with, it is a good idea to have an understanding of what Sermorelin Acetate is and what role it plays when administered via injection.

Scientifically Sermorelin acetate is referred to as growth hormone releasing factor 1–29 NH2-acetate, this is because it is a peptide which contains the first 29 amino acids that make up growth hormone produced in our bodies.

This contributes to Sermorelin’s function as a growth hormone secretagogue (‘a substance which causes another substance to be secreted’ – Wikipedia) in this case, the substance whose secretion is promoted is growth hormone.

For this reason, Sermorelin is often also referred to as an ‘ hGH stimulator’ and is considered an excellent alternative to hGH.

One important thing to understand about Sermorelin is that it promotes healthy function of the pituitary (the gland responsible for our body’s production of hGH) during the aging process.

This is a far cry from aggressive administration of hGH which can, in fact, negatively impact normal pituitary function.

 

Sermorelin Costsermorelin-cost

Another distinct advantage of using Sermorelin instead of hGH is the cost involved.

hGH typically costs $1000+ per month of treatment, Sermorelin is a much more affordable option with 3 months treatment of Sermorelin costing significantly less than just one month on hGH.

In fact, Sermorelin is available at as low as $290 per month for a 9mg vial.

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Benefits of Sermorelin

Besides the obvious advantages of Sermorelin injections detailed above, you may want to know how you can benefit from using this therapy.

Perhaps the easiest way to understand the potential benefits of hGh replacement therapy is to look at the symptoms of hGH decline and the effect hGH replacement has on those symptoms.

These are detailed below:

 

1. Changes in Body CompositionhGH Stimulators

Changes in body composition due to decreasing levels of hGH are reflected by a decrease in lean body mass (muscle) and an increase in fat mass.

Correcting hGH levels has been shown to reverse this state by improving muscle mass and reducing fat.

 

2. Bone Mineral Density

Research indicates that hGH deficiency in adults contributes to a reduction in bone density and therefore increased risk of osteoporosis.

It has also been shown that hGH replacement therapy for greater than 12 months results in improved bone mineral density and hence, lower risk of osteoporosis.

 

3. Muscle Strength

Due to changes in body composition detailed above, muscle strength is understandably compromised. As hGH therapy corrects body composition and improves muscle mass, muscle strength also improves.

The best results are gained after 12 months of hGH therapy.

 

4. Joint Health

By improving bone mineral density and increasing muscle mass and strength, hGH therapy can help to prevent joint deterioration that is a feature of arthritis.

Optimal growth hormone levels are also essential for health of connective tissue such as the Synovium found in joints.

 

5. Exercise Performance

Exercise performance is reduced in individuals with growth hormone deficiency. This appears to be partially due to reductions in bone density and muscle mass but also in part due to a reduction in oxygen uptake.

hGH therapy for 6 months has been shown to improve exercise performance by improving muscle mass and also oxygen uptake

 

6. Heart Health

There is evidence of a greater risk of heart disease in individuals with growth hormone deficiency and it has been hypothesized that this is due to a greater propensity to develop premature atherosclerosis (a build-up of plaque inside the arteries which increases risk of heart attack and stroke).

Growth hormone deficiency also results in changes in heart size and function. These changes have been demonstrated to be reversed after 6 months hGH therapy.

 

7. Metabolism

Growth hormone deficiency results in a reduced resting metabolism and replacement therapy reverses this decrease. hGH therapy has also been shown to increase protein synthesis, increase fat oxidation, normalize carbohydrate metabolism and reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol.

These favorable effects on metabolism may in part explain some of the other benefits of hGH including improved hearth health and body composition.

 

8. Skin Thickness

A reduction in skin thickness and all-important skin collagen is another result of growth hormone deficiency. Both conditions are improved by hGH therapy.

Benefits of Sermorelin

 

9. Immune Function

Although adults with growth hormone deficiency are not normally considered to have a compromised immune system, there is some evidence to suggest that hGH therapy can help regulate immune function.

 

10. Libido

It has been demonstrated that people with growth hormone deficiency have more difficulty with sexual relationships and reportedly, lower energy levels.

Many individuals have found an improvement in energy, libido and sexual performance following hGH therapy, some men even claiming an improvement in problems with premature ejaculation.

 

11. Quality of Life

Reduced psychological well-being has been reported in individuals with growth hormone deficiency and hGH replacement has resulted in improvements in mood, energy and general feelings of well-being.

 

Vanessa Wood
Vanessa completed a Bachelor of Naturopathy at Southern Cross University in Australia. She worked in private practice for a decade before realizing her passion for writing. Vanessa has spent the past 4 years ghost-writing for many online publications under various pen names including this one.