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What is Peptide Therapy & How Does it Help?

As patients increasingly prioritize natural, drug-free treatment options, peptide therapy has gained popularity. This treatment option benefits patients looking to reduce inflammation, boost healing, lose weight, and overcome a wide range of other health conditions.  

But, what exactly is peptide therapy, and how can it help you reach your wellness goals? In this article, we’ll answer these crucial questions to help you determine if peptide therapy is right for you. 

What is Peptide Therapy?

Peptide therapy involves restoring peptide levels using natural supplements to help patients reach a range of different health goals. It’s widely used as part of an integrative treatment plan for weight loss, fatigue, tissue repair, joint pain, and sleep disorders, among a variety of other conditions. 

How Does Peptide Therapy Help With Health Concerns?

Peptides are short chains of amino acids and serve as the foundation of protein formation. They promote communication between cells so that they can effectively complete various bodily functions. 

Though thousands of peptides are naturally produced in the body, the body doesn’t always produce enough of a specific peptide. Peptide therapy is a natural, hormone-free way to enhance bodily function without the side effects associated with any prescription medications. 

Peptide therapy can help with an extensive range of acute and chronic health conditions, including:

  • Fatigue
  • Low mood
  • High blood pressure
  • Joint pain, including osteoarthritis
  • Gastrointestinal problems, including Crohn’s disease and IBS
  • Slow wound healing
  • High cholesterol
  • Sleep disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Brain fog
  • Weight management
  • Blood sugar and insulin management
  • Signs of aging in the skin
  • Athletic performance

The Center for Natural & Integrative Medicine offers peptide therapy as part of an integrative treatment plan. If you’re struggling with digestive problems, hormonal imbalance, recurrent infections, chronic inflammation, or any of the conditions listed above, contact us to schedule an appointment

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