What are the effects and side effects of Ipamorelin?

- Oct 30, 2019-

Ipamorelin has a powerful anti-aging effect. With this peptide, athletic performance, physical fitness, and resilience can be significantly improved, especially in people with reduced levels of growth hormone associated with aging. Specific benefits include increased muscle mass, reduced body fat, increased flexibility and joint health. It also promotes better recovery after injury and training, deeper, quieter sleep, and improved overall health.

Ipamorelin also increases the production of insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) in the body. This further promotes recovery, strength and lean body mass by accelerating muscle growth and strengthening tissue repair. In addition, the role of Ipamorelin can also prevent the use of many negative side effects of hGH excess, including inhibition of the natural production of human growth hormone reduction and cessation.

Ipamorelin is considered to be one of the least side effects of ghrelin. Even with long-term use, concerns about side effects are rarely reported. In addition, unlike other hormone-releasing peptides, its effects on cortisol, prolactin and appetite are negligible. It is one of the most popular anti-aging peptides due to its targeting and good tolerance to natural growth hormone production.

It is widely recognized as the most tolerated growth hormone secretagogue. Any side effects that may occur are usually mild and dose-dependent, with few side effects at moderate dose levels. In general, mild flushing or headache may occur during initial administration, although this usually disappears after repeated injections. Temporary nausea and upset stomach may also occur after administration. The feeling of tiredness or lethargy is also possible because growth hormone can increase the desire to sleep as well as its quality and resilience. To avoid this inconvenience (and to maximize its beneficial effects on nocturnal growth hormone production), many programs require taking it at bedtime.

Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH), cortisol and prolactin are not elevated when Ipamorelin is recommended. However, when used at very high doses, it can irritate these hormones. Although this is not a problem for most users, it can lead to interactions with certain drugs or adverse effects on individuals with certain health conditions. Excessive use can also cause water retention and stinging or numbness of hands and feet. This may be another sign that the dose is too high and should be reduced.