Peptides and Soft Tissue Injury

How peptides can help resolve soft tissue injury

Sports, bodybuilding and working out all come at a price with the all-too-common added risk of injury. This can often be a devastating blow to your fitness regime or lifting goals, when you have to sit on the bench for what can often take up to a few months, or longer as you need to be careful when you restart even after it’s healed.

So, what is classed as a soft-tissue injury?

This can be muscles, tendons, ligaments, fibrous tissues, nerves, fat, fascia, blood vessels and synovial membranes. Common soft-tissue injuries can include sprains, strains, contusions, tendonitis, or bursitis.

Examples of common injuries that may benefit from injury repair and rehabilitation peptides:

  • Torn rotator cuff
  • Ankle sprain
  • Diffuse axonal injury
  • Soft tissue injury
  • Torn ligament injury
  • Torn cartilage injury
  • Achilles tendon injury
  • Muscle damage

But what if you could heal faster? Thymosin Beta-4, the Injury Peptide, has been shown to stimulate growth of connective tissue, accelerating the rate of repair. This injury peptide is the synthetic version of the human body’s naturally occurring hormone. Further research is being conducted into its possibilities to regenerate-tissue for human heart muscle damaged by heart attack and heart disease after trials on mice showed promising results.

It is also non-addictive, safe to use, cuts muscle spasm and helps fight inflammation as well as improving muscle tone and promoting strength. So it’s a win-win if you’re looking to get back to shredding faster than usual. So don’t let injury hold you back from your fitness goals. Use Thymosin Beta-4 to help speed up recovery time, repair muscle and get back to your BEST YOU faster.