How Peptides Work


How Peptides Work

A peptide is a molecule produced by your body. Essentially, amino acids are the “building blocks” of proteins. However, peptides don’t contain as many amino acids as proteins do. Some peptides are used in medications, treating mild to severe illnesses. Studies have also discovered that specific types of peptides can have benefits for your weight, muscles, and skin. Interested in learning more about how these peptides work? Continue reading below.

HGH Peptide Therapy

Growth hormone secretagogues are a new, innovative therapy to increase your own natural production of growth hormone.

Increased growth hormone production treats age-related conditions, slows the aging process, and restores youth. Peptides are simply a short chain of amino acids that the body increas lean muscle mass due to growth of new muscle cells, improve workouts and recovery, reduce body fat, increase energy, increase strength and stamina, improve sleep, decrease joint and muscle pain, increase sex drive, and improve skin tone and texture.


Sermorelin is a GHRH (Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone). Sermorelin allows your pituitary gland to release more endogenous growth hormone.

Sermorelin therapy benefits may include:

  • Improved sleep quality.
  • Decreased body fat.
  • Quicker recovery times post-injury.
  • Increased muscle mass.
  • Increase in muscle strength.


Tesamorelin is a 3rd generation GHRH (Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone) stabilized synthetic peptide analogue of the hypothalamic peptide. It stimulates the synthesis and release of endogenous GH, with an increase in the level of insulin-like growth factor. 

Tesamorelin therapy benefits may include:

  • Increased muscle strength and mass
  • Decreased triglycerides
  • Reduces adipose tissue
  • Improved recovery time post-injury

Contact Us Today

If you’re interested in receiving peptides, the Roosevelt Center in North Andover, MA, is here to assist. Get started with your peptide treatment today by contacting us. You can reach us by calling 781-205-0974 or by booking your appointment online here. We look forward to working with you soon!

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