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DSIP Peptide Therapy

  • 1 hour
  • $250+ (Contact us)
  • Northeast 22nd Street

Service Description

Delta Sleep Inducing Peptide, offers a range of advantages that can help improve your sleep patterns and overall well-being.   - Improvement of Disturbed Sleeping Patterns: Enhance the quality of your sleep, promoting restful and rejuvenating nights. - Enhanced LH and GH Release: Stimulate the release of luteinizing hormone (LH) and growth hormone (GH), supporting hormonal balance and vitality. - Decreased Cortisol Production: Reduce the production of cortisol, the stress hormone, promoting a more relaxed state. - Decreased Somatostatin Production: Inhibit the production of somatostatin, a hormone that suppresses growth hormone release. - Reduction of Chronic Pain: Alleviate symptoms of chronic pain, promoting a more comfortable and soothing state. - Regulation of Circadian Rhythm: Support the natural regulation of your body's internal clock, promoting a balanced sleep-wake cycle.   DSIP, or Delta Sleep Inducing Peptide, is a neuromodulator and natural sleep-promoting nonapeptide that serves various physiological functions. Predominantly found in the brain, DSIP easily passes the blood-brain barrier to exert its effects. It has been utilized to address sleep disturbances, pain conditions, stress-related symptoms, low testosterone (by stimulating LH release), and even as an antioxidant and anti-cancer protein. DSIP demonstrates a notable stress-protective action, mitigating metabolic and functional disorders induced by various stressors in both human and animal organisms. In humans, DSIP directly influences the secretion of adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH), luteinizing hormone (LH), and growth hormone (GH). Additionally, DSIP may play a role in regulating circadian rhythms, harmonizing your body's natural sleep-wake patterns.   Discover the Power of Restorative Sleep with DSIP Peptide Therapy


Contact Details

  • 425 NE 22nd St #202, Miami, FL 33137, USA

    305-319-2343

    info@thecurespace.net


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