The loss of energy can be a hard pill to swallow the older we get. Energy levels seem to crash; stubborn body fat accumulates; strength and endurance appear to have caught the first flight out of town. Sarcopenia is a common condition that affects almost all adults at some point during their life. It is a disorder associated with an age-related health decline resulting in symptoms such as poor coordination, trouble sleeping, reduced endurance, weight gain, and loss of muscle mass while contributing to a lower quality of life.
Around the age of 25, muscle mass can begin to decline and continue through adulthood. By age 30, the visual characteristics of weight gain can disguise the deterioration of muscle mass, and by the age of 40 muscle mass and strength can weaken noticeably leading to these unpleasant symptoms of Sarcopenia. Luckily, a new treatment has shown to help counteract these negative symptoms in conjunction with a regular diet and healthy lifestyle. Meet Sarcotropin.
What is Sarcotropin Treatment?
Sarcotropin has surfaced as an efficient and more affordable alternative to human growth hormone (HGH). Sarcotropin – like its well-known, yet highly controversial counterpart, HGH – offers the same benefits in regards to reducing the effects of aging.
Sarcotropin® is a medical food utilizing ingredients that oppose Sarcopenia. Using scientifically-based information, Sarcotropin has been specially formulated to resist the underlying molecular deficiencies that are related to the onset of Sarcopenia by combining essential ingredients in a medical food prescription intended to accompany a standard diet. While identifying the anabolic importance of growth hormone, significant attention has been aimed at the mixture of ingredients for the Sarcotropin formula that encourages natural production and secretion of growth hormone inside the body.
Benefits of Sarcotropin Treatment
Sarcotropin treatment has been shown to offer many metabolic health and cellular health benefits. By increasing the body’s natural levels of growth hormone, the benefits of these therapies can include:
Sarcotropin treatment was designed for adults in search of improved rejuvenation and a better quality of life. To determine if Sarcotropin therapy is right for you, contact Total Health Rejuvenation of Atlanta to schedule an appointment.
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