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DSIP delta sleep inducing peptides

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by heapsreal, Jul 8, 2013.

  1. heapsreal

    heapsreal iherb 10% discount code OPA989,

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    Peptides are being used by bodybuilders and athletes mainly to increase/stimulate growth hormone production, this would have good benefits for cfs/me and fibro people. Especially us with poor sleep would most likely have low GH levels and may benefit.

    But researching into these things i came across DSIP which stimulates the hypothalamus to induce sleep and seem to do this through a variety of mechanisms. Said to decrease basal corticotropin levels and blocks its release. it helps increase gh levels and promotes slow wave sleep.

    People who have used this have said that it has improved their sleep, so theres a few good reviews.

    The hypothalamus i think is where its at when it comes to fixing sleep dysfunction in cfs/me.

    Heres a link to a good thread with references.
    it is a bodybuilding site, so they have different goals to us with these substances but hey we can pinch there ideas for our goals.

    http://www.steroidology.com/forum/peptide-science/619423-basic-overview-peptides-3.html
     
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  2. perchance dreamer

    perchance dreamer Senior Member

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    Hi, Heapsreal. I'm going to post more when I have time, but I've been on 700 MG of beta glucan about 6 weeks now and am slowly getting some nice improvements with sleep.
     
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