Peptides for Sleep, Improving Telomeres, Libido, Reproduction and Memory - Single Course is organized by Age Management Medicine Group (AMMG). This Course has been approved for a maximum of 0.5 CME Credits.
Release Date: January 1, 2019
Expiration Date: January 30, 2020
It is estimated that there are about 250,000 peptides in the human body. We only understand a fraction of all the peptides. This talk will cover a wide range of issues. Delta Sleep Induced Peptide can help with restoring sleep. Epithalon is a peptide discovered by a famous Russia scientist Dr. Khavinson. He has published extensively since the 1970’s and has published the longest human study on epithalon improving longevity and also increasing telomere lengths. A new drug is being developed to help with sexual dysfunction. This drug is the peptide Bremelanotide PT 141. The love peptide hormone kisspeptin will be reviewed. In addition Semax will be discussed to help with memory.
After attending this program you should be able to:
• Understand the overall use of Peptides in medicine, how they serve as bio regulators and discuss the science, published studies and chemical make-up of Peptides.
• Learn and understand how to clinically use Peptides within the limits of the Law and within the guidelines of State Medical Boards.
• Understand evidence based science behind the clinical use of Peptides for Delta Induced Sleep, Memory Restoration, Brain Health, Cancer, Immune System Dysregulation and Function, Auto Immune Disease, Increase IGF-1 Levels, Increased Telomere Length, Wound Healing and Sexual Enhancement.
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Molecular Biology, Psychology, Sleep Medicine