Benefits of Sarcotropin Therapy

If you have a more difficult time staying fit, trim, active, or energized as you get older, you’re not alone. While some of these changes stem from having more responsibilities than you likely did in your 20s, physiological shifts that accompany the aging process can also play a major role. 

Sarcotropin therapy is a noninvasive treatment that addresses these changes in adults in search of increased vitality and quality of life. 

Robert Rubin, MD, is pleased to provide Sarcotropin therapy at Improving Your Health in Naples and Tampa, Florida. Read on to learn more about this treatment and whether it might be a helpful option for you.

How Sarcotropin works

Sarcotropin is considered a “medical food,” which means that while it’s not technically a drug, it requires medical supervision. Sarcotropin is designed to treat sarcopenia, a condition marked by the gradual loss of skeletal muscle mass and function. 

While sarcopenia is most common in older adults, it can also arise earlier due to conditions such as malnutrition.

During Sarcotropin therapy, you receive a special formulation of active, essential ingredients that stimulate growth hormone–releasing hormone in your brain and strengthen the production and secretion of growth hormone by your pituitary gland.

Sarcotropin therapy benefits

Although more research is needed, the ingredients in Sarcotropin are considered safe for extended use and show a range of benefits. While individual results vary, potential advantages of Sarcotropin therapy may include:

Sarcotropin therapy may also help prevent or manage other age-related conditions, such as endocrine, gastroenterological, and metabolic disorders.

To get the most out of Sarcotropin therapy, you’ll use it in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle, including eating primarily nutritious foods, limiting heavily processed foods, and engaging in moderately intense exercise on most days. Prioritizing healthy sleep habits and managing stress are also important.

Best age for Sarcotropin therapy

You may be an ideal candidate for Sarcotropin therapy if you’ve noticed weight gain, muscle loss, reduced endurance, poor coordination, or difficulty concentrating. Since these symptoms can reflect other conditions, a comprehensive exam is important. 

If your symptoms derive from aging or sarcopenia and became more noticeable after age 40 or so, there’s a good chance you may benefit from this treatment. Because these issues tend to worsen over time, getting Sarcotropin therapy earlier may help protect you from more serious issues down the road.

To learn more about Sarcotropin therapy or find out if you’re a good candidate, call our office or request an appointment online today.

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