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Adrenal Cortex Supplement Spray Adrenal Life Force 120 Caps by Physica Energetics
For stress and adrenal exhaustion. Hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline are produced in the adrenal glands, which play a vital role in keeping you alert in times of stress. Adrenal/thyroid axis support Comprehensive Adrenal Support
Adrenal Synergy by DesBio Adreno Code by Physica Energetics
Adrenal Response Complete Care
Most comprehensive adrenal support formula to support a healthy stress response*
  • Clinically studied dose of Sensoril Ashwagandha extract*
  • FoodState® Vitamin C, Vitamin B5 and Magnesium
  • Adaptogenic herbs including rhodiola and sacred (holy) basil*

*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Adrenal Support
Adrenal Balance, Support & Regeneration
PERQUE Adreno Distress Guard is a natural, non-stimulating product that effectively rehabilitates the body’s energy system at the cellular level so the glands can again function in youthful, resilient, and effective ways while not over-taxing an exhausted gland PERQUE Adreno Distress Guard is a natural, non-stimulating product that effectively rehabilitates the body’s energy system at the cellular level so the glands can again function in youthful, resilient, and effective ways while not over-taxing an exhausted gland In just one product, it is now possible to provide botanical and nutritional enhancement of adrenal cortical and medullary function, adrenal rejuvenation, increased hypothalamic receptor function, and address depletions common to those suffering from the effects of chronic stress.
Cortisol Manager: Intergrated Therapeutics 90 tabs Energy Plus
Ashwagandha is an adaptogen working on the endocrine system and the
HPA. The Sanskrit implies it gives the user the strength and stamina of a
horse- some doctors saying that taking it in the morning will allow you
to run 20 miles while taking it at night will allow you to sleep like a
baby. I am sure that is an exaggeration (at least in my case), but you
get the idea. It is most well known to decrease fatigue, allow you to handle stress more effectively, increase strength and stamina, increase libido, improve memory and clarity, and produce restful sleep
when needed. The various conditions it has been used for include
arthritis (it is anti-inflammatory), chronic lung conditions and immune
deficiency, hypertension, auto-immune problems, hypo-thyroidism, and
many others. Animal studies have shown it may be useful in treating
drug-induced dyskinesia. In one animal study, ashwagandha increased brain levels of superoxide dismutase, catalase and glutathione peroxidase. This could easily be the mechanism of how it improves cognition, memory and perhaps longevity.
Other studies have shown it increases acetylcholine receptor activity,
stimulates the growth of axons and dendrites and has GABA-like activity.
In most cases we prefer it to GABA because it is a “whole food” and has many complementary properties.

Relora® - Stress Resilience in a Bottle!

Cortisol Management contains Relora®, a proprietary blend of two botanical extracts that helps you relax without sedating side effects and also helps combat stress eating.

Since 2000, Relora® has been the premier all-natural dietary supplement to alleviate stress and stress-related eating and to promote weight management. Animal and human clinical trials and receptor binding assay trials have been published in journals such as Immunopharmacology and Immunotoxicology, the Indian Journal of Medical Research, the Journal of Ethnopharmacology, the Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, and Neurochemistry International.

Benefits of Relora®:

  • Relora® reduced stress-related snacking of sweets by 86%.
  • Relora® was rated effective in helping manage weight by 72% of the subjects.

Cortisol Management - Reining In Fight-or-Flight

The stresses of modern life trigger the release of cortisol, a hormone responsible for the fight or flight response. Stress can also trigger popular coping behaviors like eating junk food, watching TV to numb out, and shopping too much. Too much cortisol can impact your body, affecting blood sugar, immune function, abdominal fat deposits, mood, and more, including your sex life!

Symptoms of stress-related cortisol levels:

  • Sugar cravings
  • Being overweight
  • Nervous irritability
  • Low libido
  • Oily skin
  • Occasional difficulty sleeping
  • Mild headaches

Complementary Prescriptions Cortisol Management is formulated to help your body defend against stress-produced cortisol levels. It combines two of the most effective anti-stress blends, for maximum control of stress and stress-induced eating and snacking.

Benefits of Cortisol Management:

  • Increases Resistance to Stress and Occasional Fatigue
  • Helps Control Stress-Related Eating
  • Promotes Mental Clarity and Concentration

Sensoril® - The Stress Decreaser

Cortisol Management also contains Sensoril®, a potent extract of Ashwagandha, an adaptogen used in Ayurvedic medicine for hundreds of years for stress resistance and validated in human clinical trials.

Sensoril® was found to reduce occasional fatigue, irritability, body aches, and other symptoms of stress by more than 60 percent, according to a human trial study published in the Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association (JANA). In addition, stress hormones in the body were also measured and found to decrease substantially after two months. Serum cortisol was in healthier balance, as were other stress indicators. Interestingly, the anti-aging, anti-stress hormone DHEAS was found to increase significantly (32.2%) among those taking Sensoril®.

Benefits of Sensoril®:

  • Supports healthy weight management by inhibiting stress responses that can lead to overeating.
  • Helps increase resistance to everyday fatigue, stress and tension.
ENERGY PLUS is an herbal combination that is used to reduce daily stress by supporting energy production, stamina, mental and physical performance, and helps maintain healthy adrenal gland function. The combination of these herbs helps to improve stress resistance and promote longevity with long-term use.
Licro Intrinsic by Physica Energetics
Adrenal Endocrine Support

Vigorex Adrenal Support Cream

Depression Linked to Cortisol

Scientists at the Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital recently discovered that long-term exposure to stress hormones may be the cause of some symptoms of depression. Researchers wanted to determine the exact nature of the long-recognized link between high cortisol levels and depression. Cortisol, a hormone released in response to stress, increases blood pressure and blood sugar, preparing the body to deal with a stressor.

Paul A. Ardayfio, a graduate student at the Harvard Medical School who ran these experiments as part of his dissertation, explained that “we’ve known for over a century that chronically high levels of cortisol were linked to depression, so we decided to test whether or not cortisol directly caused some symptoms of depression.”

The study found that chronic exposure to cortisol may cause some symptoms of depression, but did not find evidence that it causes depression itself.
Ardayfio cautioned against understanding his results as demonstrating a simple cause and effect relationship. “Depression is a very heterogeneous disorder and it has many different causes,” he said. “This may be one part of the puzzle for one particular kind of depression.”

Ardayfio and his advisor, Associate Professor of Psychiatry Kwang-Soo Kim, tested three groups of mice on a standard anxiety-level test. The mice were placed in a darkened chamber, allowed to acclimatize themselves, and were then allowed to explore another brightly lit chamber. Ardayfio and Kim found that, while normal mice readily explored the new area, mice which had received long-term doses of the rodent equivalent of cortisol via drinking water were reluctant to explore and exhibited symptoms that the researchers characterized as anxiety. Anxiety in mice placed in this experimental setup generally predicts how humans will react to stress.

In another experiment, Ardayfio and Kim showed that chronically dosed mice reacted less strongly to sudden stress, a sign that they were burnt out. After Ardayfio defends his dissertation next month, he hopes to study the cellular and molecular pathways associated with cortisol. He said that such research could lead to novel treatments for depression. “By examining the real causes of depression, we could make progress to an effective treatment.”

It’s Contagious.

Yes, stress is contagious. That’s why the American Stress Institute www.stress.org has recently labeled stress America’s # 1 health problem. And for good reason, what with impending war, an uncertain economy, the G-forces of social change, job insecurity . . . it’s no surprise that both a Roper Poll and the federal government’s National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (www.cdc.gov/niosh/homepage.html) found that most Americans felt “seriously stressed” at least once a week.

Stress is a major problem

To be sure, hundreds of credible studies have linked stress to cancer, heart attacks, compromised immune systems, high blood pressure, migraines, blood clots, back pain, muscle deterioration, digestive disorder, and sundry other behaviors like spousal and child abuse. The American Psychological Assn. (www.apa.org/) reports that workplace assaults as a consequence of “desk rage” now number in the tens of thousands. One study involving 774 men published last year in Health Psychology found that hostility and deep pessimism were worse on our hearts, get this, than smoking, drinking, or even being fat!

What is stress?

Stress, as commonly defined is an unnatural result of the very natural fight-flight adaptability of our ancient progenitors. And what that means is that once upon a time we humans needed to produce an over abundance of a cocktail of hormones to help us hype up like action heroes just before, say . . . killing a mastodon, or maybe beating a hungry saber-toothed tiger back to the family cave. The trouble is that today any number of stressful incidents can trigger the same chemical jolt.

Only “civilized” society has, for good reason, oodles of assault and battery laws about assassinating the neighbor’s obnoxious dog—and or, stalking and slaying his owner because he refuses to do something about it. So, maybe we spend our time complaining to our wives, husbands, cops, friends, lawyers, or perhaps just biting our tongues and stewing in our proverbial juice . . .whatever the case may be, the juice we’re stewing in is called cortisol. And cortisol kills.

To prove that point, a group of scientists forced a unfortunate deer to live in close proximity to a ferocious tiger with no obvious chance of escape. The deer withered and died, his muscles so marinated in cortisol that they just broke down.

Now, if you ever felt like a deer, (or a dear) caged with a tiger yourself, you wouldn’t be alone. According to UCLA biologist Jay Phelan, the chemical reactions of stress passes through the human population the way a shiver of fear shoots through a herd of grazing animals: “You can see it in the natural world: it’s an extended warning system. Animals exquisitely attuned to the stress level of their fellow creatures protect themselves without actually having to see the source of danger.”

So, you see, stress is contagious. Just as in the animal kingdom, it passes from person to person, to person, to person to. . . . . (If you still don’t believe me just honk your horn for 10 seconds in the middle of a grid locked intersection at 6 pm and listen to the chorus of horns it sets off.) The links to, and consequences of, stress, are like dominos.

Designed by one of the leading endocrinologists in America today, Vigorex is a liposomally based, transdermal cream designed to normalized cortisol and adrenal recovery during stress.

Works synergistically with HGH Full Spectrum Spray as well as all other HBC endocrine support protocols

VIGOREX Ingredients: Deionized Water, Glycerine, Avena Sativa Extract, Glycerol Monolaurate, Glycerol Stearate / PEG 100, Cetearyl Alcohol / Coca Glucoside, Octyl Salicyclate, Capryllic Capric Triglyceride, Safflower Oil, PEG 8 Distearate, DL-Alphatocopherol, Polyacrylamide, Polysorbate 20, 2-Phenoxyethanol, DHEA as (dehydroepiandrosterone), Muira Puama Extract, Acrylates, Vinylisodecanoatecrosspolymer, Royal Maca Extract, Phospholipids, Pregnenolone, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Aloe Vera Extract, Methylcobalomine (Vit B12), Cyanocobalamine (Vit B12), EDTA, Citrus Seed Extract, Sodium Hydroxide, Propyl Gallate, Ginko Biloba Extract.

   
 
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