Lower stress levels, reduce anxiety, support relaxation, and experience more clarity and peace with our complete stress & anxiety protocol.† With essential nutrients and a free guide for lowering cortisol levels, supporting neurotransmitter balance, correcting chemical imbalances in the brain, boosting dopamine and serotonin levels, and helping the body better adapt to stress.†
Stress puts your health and life at risk more than anything else…
Stress has a detrimental effect on our health. According to the American Psychological Association, “chronic stress is linked to the six leading causes of death.” Including heart issues, weakened immune system, weight gain, depression and more.
When you are stressed, your body releases the stress hormone cortisol. This hormone then creates many changes throughout your body. Your heart-rate increases. Your blood vessels constrict. Your muscles become tense. Your breathing becomes shallow. Your digestion is impacted. And many other changes occur that, over
time, can have a severe impact on your overall health.
Too much cortisol production, from stress, over time can increase inflammation, elevate blood sugar, and fuel high blood pressure. Instead of converting protein and fatty acids into energy, cortisol causes everything to be stored as fat, making it difficult to lose or maintain a healthy weight. Chronically elevated levels of cortisol also decreases serotonin, causing headaches, affecting your memory, attention span, and sleep, and leading to
depression and anxiety.
All of these stress reactions, if left unchecked, can turn into illness, premature aging, and impaired cognitive functioning.
Stress is at the root of many health issues including:
When we're stressed, the immune system's ability to fight off pathogens is reduced, making us more susceptible to infections.
Excess stress can kill beneficial bacteria in your gut and increase harmful bacteria like Clostridium. Stress can also affect your digestion and cause pain, bloating, and discomfort in the bowels.
High Blood Pressure
When you’re stressed, your body produces a surge of hormones that increase your blood pressure by causing your heart to beat faster and your blood vessels to narrow.
Why Solve This Issue With
A Complete Protocol?
Stress and anxiety affect all of us from time to time. Our fast-paced and demanding society can put a lot of pressure on us, and for many, this pressure creates stress that we deal with on a daily basis. Stress from work, business, relationships, parenting, health, current world issues and so much more can easily make us feel overwhelmed. It’s important that we learn how to manage and reduce our stress so that we can continue to handle our responsibilities and live a happy, meaningful life. This protocol provides the essential tools for helping you lead a stress-free life. It includes key nutrients that have been clinically studied to lower stress levels, block the production of the stress hormone cortisol, support neurotransmitter balance, boost dopamine and serotonin levels, and help
you better adapt to stress.†
Step 1: Lower Cortisol Levels L-Theanine
Whenever you experience stress, the body releases adrenaline. This in turn causes the release of cortisol. Elevated cortisol levels over time can have a detrimental effect on your health. L-theanine is a unique amino acid found in the green tea plant that can help you keep your cortisol levels low. While it helps manage adrenaline caused by stress through dopamine. Dopamine is the second largest brain chemical, and plays a key role by preventing your brain from accessing adrenaline. Since the brain is unable to access adrenaline, cortisol release is restricted. So not only does theanine prevent the body from elevating cortisol, but it rewards you by stimulating relaxing alpha waves in your brain. This allows your brain to focus, prioritize thoughts, improve concentration, and increase learning ability while you’re awake.
Step 2: Support Neurotransmitter Balance
Amino acids are known precursors for specific neurotransmitters. Studies on amino acids show that they may influence neurotransmitters involved in stress and anxiety, and amino acids have often been used as a nutritional supplement for treating anxiety, depression and other psychological conditions. Many mood disorders, including stress, anxiety and depression, are linked to imbalances in three key neurotransmitters: dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin. Prolonged cortisol release depletes dopamine, which decreases activity in the pleasure pathways of the brain; reduces norepinephrine, leading to a lack of motivation and alertness; and lowers serotonin, reducing feelings of happiness and well-being. Amino acids replenish this depletion of neurotransmitters and help to restore them back to healthy levels.
Curcumin, the bioactive compound found in turmeric, has been linked to treating anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders. This is due to it having a unique ability to boost serotonin and dopamine levels. Serotonin and dopamine are both neurotransmitters associated with feelings of happiness and well-being. However, the issue with curcumin from other brands is that it has a very low absorption rate to the blood and therefore much of this amazing compound is lost in the digestive tract and eliminated without being used. We solve this issue of curcumin’s low absorption rate by using a proprietary micelle liposomal delivery system that protects the active ingredients in this formula from the hostile environment in the digestive tract, so it can be absorbed directly in the bloodstream. Furthermore, this formula contains ashwagandha, which is an adaptogenic herb that helps the body better adapt to stress by altering the body’s stress response.
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