2 MG -VIALS FOR INJECTION
DSIP improves the effects of growth hormone secretagogues. It is interesting to note here that growth hormone secretagogues have the ability to induce the secretion of insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) and hypothalamic-pituitary hormones such as cortisol and prolactin.
In addition to these advantages, Delta Sleep Inducing Peptide demonstrates efficacy to minimize the basal corticotropin level and inhibits its release. DSIP is equally effective to stimulate the release of luteinizing hormone (LH) and somatoliberin.
It is for these and many other reasons that DSIP is an interesting compound that aids in treating sleep disorders. DSIP also has the ability to affect human lens epithelial cell function via the MAPK pathway that is associated with cell proliferation, differentiation, survival, motility, and apoptosis.
One of the biggest advantages of Delta Sleep Inducing Peptide is its unique ability to improve the quality and duration of sleep.
It is worthwhile to note here that there are 5 stages of sleep and each stage lasts between 5 and 15 minutes [stages 1, 2, 3, 4, and finally Rapid eye movement sleep (REM sleep)].
Stage 1 is the beginning where you drift in and out of your sleep. During this stage, you can be easily woken. During stage 2, brain waves tend to become slower, body temperature decreases, and the heart rate drops as the body prepares itself for deep sleep. In stage 3, extremely slow brain waves (or delta waves) are released to put the body into a deep sleep.
During stage 4, the brain produces a heavy output of delta waves and deeper sleep continues. If someone tries to wake you up during this transition phase in REM sleep, you are likely to be belligerent and disoriented. REM sleep is the final stage that induces intense dreams and rapid eye movement.
The preferred method of calculation is reconstituting the 2 mg DSIP vial with 2 ml sterile water or bacteriostatic water. A little tip here is to clean the top of the vial with an alcohol swab to remove any contamination from bacteria before reconstitution.
You have to inject the 2 ml water in the vial at a very slow pace and leaving it for the powder to absorb the water on its own. You have to be cautious and not to shake the vial for absorption and if still any powder remains unmixed, gradually turn the vial anti-clockwise, so that the remaining powder can get mixed evenly.
The reconstituted solution of DSIP should always be refrigerated at around 8 degrees Celsius before and after its use. The solution should not be exposed to direct sunlight or heat as it can change the properties of the solution.