Among the cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors, age is considered as the most important predictor of CVD events and hypertension is a major cause of CVD mortality. Age-related increase in blood pressure (BP) is recognized as a universal feature of human aging. Previous epidemiological surveys have shown a progressive increase in systolic blood pressure (SBP) with age, whereas diastolic blood pressure (DBP) also initially increases with age but falls at latter ages. Thus, effective control of BP is essential for improving population health.
Studies of BP associated with adiposity-related genetic variants and controlled trials of weight loss interventions have established the causal relationship between adiposity and BP. Regardless of age and other unmodifiable CVD risk factors such as sex and race, there are many risk factors that are manageable and can be controlled through lifestyle modification, including reduction of obesity. However, there are inconsistencies as to whether a general or central adiposity is more strongly associated with BP and different opinions about which variable is the strongest predictor of BP.
The present study aimed to investigate how BP and body…
Research confirms the benefit of getting up and moving to maintain excellent health and quality of life as well as protect against premature death.
Research on Reduction in Sitting and Health
On November 13, 2013, Richard and Sara Rosenkranz of Kansas State University and their colleagues released findings from Australia’s 45 and Up Study, that included 194,545 participants, in BMC Public Health. In this study, those who reported the least time spent sitting were 13% more likely to rate their general health as outstanding and similarly most likely to rate their lifestyle as outstanding in contrast with those who sat 8 or more hours per day.2 “Not only do people need to be more physically active by walking or doing moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, but they should also be looking at ways to reduce their sitting time,” Richard Rosenkranz stated.
“We’re basically telling our bodies to shut down the processes that help to stimulate metabolism throughout the day and that is not good,” Sara Rosenkranz added. “Just by breaking up your sedentary time, we can actually upregulate that process in the body.”
The Women’s Health Initiative, which consisted of 3 medical trials (CT) and an observational study (OS), was performed to attend to major health concerns causing morbidity and mortality in postmenopausal ladies. In the February 2014 concern of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Dr. Rebecca Seguin of Cornell University and her associates reported the results of a study that consisted of 92,234 topics who were 50 to 79 years of age upon registration in the Women’s Health Initiative. Dr. Sequin and her associates found that females who invested 11 hours or more daily sitting or resting without sleeping had a 12% increased threat of passing away of any cause over a typical follow-up period of 12 years compared to ladies who reported spending the least amount of time sitting or resting (four hours or less). The best increase in risk happened in coronary heart problem, followed by heart disease and cancer.
“The assumption has been that if you’re fit and physically active, that will protect you, even if you spend a huge amount of time sitting each day,” stated Dr. Seguin, who is an assistant professor of… [Read More …]
“It’s not cholesterol per se but, rather, these particles which we call atherogenic lipoproteins that carry cholesterol and triglycerides. Cholesterol actually serves a worthwhile purpose. It’s required for cell membranes, for steroid hormone development, for bile, and other things, and triglycerides are useful as energy source. We need them, and they can’t travel by themselves. They need to be carried.”
Dr. Ozner, who is the medical director of Wellness and Prevention at Baptist Health South Florida, likens lipoproteins to vehicles and cholesterol and triglyceride molecules to passengers. Traffic jams are caused not by too many passengers, but by too many vehicles which, when they have nowhere to go, take the exit ramp into the arterial wall where they can become trapped, modified, and oxidized. This process initiates the disease known as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerotic plaque is a collection of lipoproteins with their cholesterol and triglyceride cargo. Rupture of these plaques can lead to heart attack and stroke.1
Cholesterol and Atherogenic Lipoproteins
Understanding heart disease risk:
Apolipoprotein B (ApoB) is a component of some of the most atherogenic lipoproteins, including low-density lipoprotein (LDL), very low-density lipoprotein (VLDL), and intermediate-density lipoprotein (IDL) particles. Apolipoprotein A1 (ApoA1), on the other hand, is primarily associated with high-density lipoprotein (HDL) particles and is potentially helpful. Levels of ApoB and its ratio to ApoA1 have a stronger association with cardiovascular disease risk than the better-known lipoprotein cholesterol fractions.2 These factors can be evaluated with blood tests.
Heart Attack Misconceptions
While LDL cholesterol has long been considered the standard test to assess cardiovascular risk, LDL is not the root cause of atherosclerosis, according to Dr. Ozner. Elevated LDL-cholesterol levels contribute to risk but don’t always… [Read More …]
Red clover is valued in agriculture because it fixes nitrogen in the soil without the use of toxic fertilizers. It also prevents erosion, provides food for livestock and is hearty enough to survive in colder climates.1 But this versatile plant has other applications as well.
Natural healers have long attributed a myriad of health benefits to a potent tea that can be extracted from red clover flowers.2 In recent years, this tea has grown in popularity because of its ability to balance hormones and ease menopause symptoms.3
What Is Red Clover Tea?
Red clover, which is a legume in the bean family, was brought to North America by European immigrants in the 1500s. It is a versatile biennial or short-lived perennial. Red clover can adapt to a wide variety of soils and climates.4 It is often used as a cover crop with corn because of its ability to thrive in shady environments.5
Red clover grows from crowns and has hollow, hairy stems and branches. The stems can reach 30 inches, and there are four to six branches per stem. Red clover is topped by a pink flower, which is composed of hundreds of smaller legume flowers.6
Red clover tea, which is made from the flowering top, has been of particular interest to researchers and natural healers.7 Despite being derived from a plant so common that it may be growing in your backyard, red clover tea has a vibrant and complex flavor.
Unlike traditional teas, red clover tea is extracted from the flower rather than the leaves. It is sold in ready-to-use tea bags from online retailers, but an herbal tea infuser allows you to steep the unprocessed blossoms. Red clover tea has a delicate, sweet flavor profile.8
5 Benefits of Red Clover Tea
Red clover has long been used in traditional medicine as a treatment for cancer, whooping cough, various skin conditions and as a detoxifying diuretic.9 Here are some ways that red clover tea can benefit your health:
• Promotes female reproductive health — Red clover is specifically rich in isoflavones, which are similar to the female hormone estrogen. Many women use red clover tea to address hot flashes, breast pain or tenderness and premenstrual syndrome (PMS).10
However, isoflavones, which are phytoestrogens, have been linked to fertility issues in men and breast cancer in women.11 Due to these concerns, I recommend that men avoid phytoestrogens, especially in the form of unfermented soy. It should be noted, though, that the phytoestrogens in red clover are not operating in isolation. Red clover has a complex micronutrient profile and the isoflavones are only one component.
• May reduce risk of breast cancer — In 2013, a systemic review published in…
Research shows your body’s microbiome has nearly 39 trillion bacteria.1 During early years, your family, dietary intake and environmental exposure contribute to the variety in your microbiome, influencing your lifelong health. Everyday activities such as brushing your teeth, eating, kissing someone or handling a family pet also affect your microbiome.
This composition may be as distinct to you as a fingerprint and plays an enormous role in disease prevention, and influences the function of your skin, lungs, breast and liver.2 Harmful bacteria can trigger illness and disease, which is frequently treated with antibiotics. Of the 10 most commonly prescribed, three are from the antibiotic class of fluoroquinolones.3
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first added a boxed warning to fluoroquinolones in 2008, due to the increased risk for tendinitis and tendon rupture.4 Boxed warnings, also referred to as black box warnings, appear on prescription drug labels designed to call attention to serious or life-threatening risks.5
An additional warning was added in 2011 for those suffering from myasthenia gravis, and updates were included in 2013 describing irreversible peripheral neuropathy.6 Most recently, the FDA warned fluoroquinolone antibiotics may increase the occurrence of ruptures or tears in the aorta.7
Latest FDA Warning Links Fluoroquinolones With Aortic Damage
The aorta is the main artery in your body supplying oxygenated blood to your circulatory system. The artery comes from the left side of your heart and runs down the front of your backbone. The review by the FDA found fluoroquinolone antibiotics increase the risk of tears in the aorta, also called aortic dissections, or ruptures of an aortic aneurysm, leading to excessive bleeding and death.
The findings occurred when antibiotics were given by mouth or through an injection. This led the FDA to caution against the use of fluoroquinolone antibiotics in those at risk, unless there are no other treatment options available.
Specifically, the antibiotic should not be used in those who are at risk for, or have a current, aortic aneurysm, such as those suffering peripheral atherosclerotic vascular disease, hypertension and specific genetic conditions such as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome or Marfan syndrome.8
Findings were pulled from four published observational studies, which taken together demonstrated a consistent association between aortic dissection or rupture and fluoroquinolone use. The underlying mechanism could not be determined from those studies.
Some of the commonly used fluoroquinolones include ciprofloxacin (Cipro), levofloxacin (Levaquin), gemifloxacin (Factive) and moxifloxacin (Avelox). These are widely prescribed to treat upper respiratory and urinary tract infections. In a statement, the FDA warns:9
“Fluoroquinolones should not be used in patients at increased risk unless there are no other treatment options available.
The Thighmaster, Nintendo Wii workouts, Tae Bo — every year comes with its own fitness trends. As 2018 draws to an end, what’s going to be hot in 2019? The American College of Sports Medicine has a few ideas.
As the largest sports medicine and exercise science organization in the world, ACSM releases an annual list of what’s shaping up to be the hottest topics in the fitness world. Check out the the top fitness trends for next year — are you ready?
The Top Fitness Trends of 2019
1. Wearable Technology
Topping the list is wearable technology like fitness trackers, pedometers and heart rate monitors. The market for these products is booming and shows no signs of slowing down; in fact, sales hit more than $4 billion in 2017.
But if you’re buying wearable technology to lose weight, you might want to hold off. A recent study found that overweight participants in a randomized clinical trial who wore a wearable device actually lost less weight than another group who followed the same food and fitness plan without a fitness tracker. (1) This might be because people overeat after seeing exactly how much they exercised or moved that day or the exact opposite — someone who didn’t break a sweat one day might have gotten discouraged.
But that doesn’t mean technology isn’t useful for reaching your health goals. While I wouldn’t recommend wearing wireless devices beyond a short workout due to the exposure to electromagnetic radiation, using your smartphone to track your workouts or how much your eating can help you gauge patterns. (And quickly pivot from unhealthy ones.) If you’re a data geek, you can mine through days, weeks or even months of info to notice patterns in your habits.
One caveat: long-term use of wireless networks may have adverse effects on your health and increase the risk of things like oxidative stress, headaches and a decrease in cognition, while exposure to lights and technology right before bedtime can disrupt sleep patterns and decrease quality sleep. (2) Use your judgment on how much you rely on the devices and remove them — or at least put them into airplane mode— when it’s time to rest.
2. Group Training
Do you usually workout solo? 2019 could be the year to try group training.
Group training makes trying a new exercise, like spinning or boot camp, more fun. Having an experienced instructor can help keep you motivated and push you to go that extra bit. And bringing along a friend or making new ones in class has an effect, too. A little friendly competition can increase motivation to work harder, like in this exercise bike study. (3)
Participants either exercised alone, exercised with a partner or exercised with a partner and were told that test results were based on who was weakest. While the solo riders were on the bike for 10.6 minutes, the ones with a partner stayed on for 19.8 minutes. And the ones who were told their performance relied on their partner? They stayed on for double the…
Whether we like it or not as we age our risk for heart disease increases. It is just part of the natural aging process. We may experience higher risks of heart disease, an increase in our cholesterol levels, weaken joints, muscles, and the list goes on. Some people may experience frequent illnesses as they age which can lead to often feeling frustrated as well as a feeling of despair. Many people who suffer illnesses as they age think that it just won’t happen to me. Unfortunately, it can happen to any of us. But don’t despair there are steps we can take to improve our health and ward off some of the illnesses and tragedies that come from aging.
Living in the information age is no longer do we have to rely solely on our healthcare professionals. There is plenty of research online to provide healthy information on how to ward off the illnesses common to aging. However, information is not enough. For us to stave off the onset of illness it’s important that we take action.
According to many experts in aging, heart disease is on the rise. This is despite the many pharmaceutical drugs that have come on the market. While these medications may be good in lowering numbers there is some debate regarding improving overall health. Some researchers believe that these medications have had an opposite effect. Whether an individual decides to take a medication or not is totally their decision. However for me I always look to the natural solution as my 1st step in healthcare.
From birth to the grave the body is going through many changes. The changes starting at childhood continues on as the person works through puberty, teenage and so on. Some researchers believe that there is an internal clock, a time when our body and minds start to decline. As a person reaches mid-age he or she moves into advanced aging. This starts the decline of our natural physical functions.
According to many experts in modern medicine, no one can determine when our body becomes aged. At one time people 65 and older where considered the aged, yet today people are working further on than 65 years of age. In short, people are working in the 70s, 80s and even 90 years of age today, which returned a different view on the aged.
What can we do to stay Healthy?
Developing good coping skills can improve the aging process. Finding the silver lining around the clouds in your life has been associated with a longer life. If you are not naturally an optimist, it’s never too late to change. By focusing on the positive in your life, you can be positive you will age better.
Take every opportunity that you have to tell the people that you love that you love them. You do not want to have any regrets on your deathbed about not telling a certain person that you loved them when you had the chance. Let them all know you care while you can.
Supplements can Help!
I definitely believe that taking the right supplements can help with aging, especially when it comes to our cardiovascular system. Tens of thousands of miles of arterial lining needs to be repaired! So our health depends on having a healthy endothelium (the inner lining of our arteries). Researchers know that nitric oxide is key to keeping our cardiovascular system healthy. It only makes sense to take nutrients that support that pathway inside our bodies.
Cardio Cocktail and Cardio for Life are two supplements that are designed to support the nitric oxide pathway. Many people have seen amazing benefits from using these supplements on a daily basis. They have a synergistic blend of nutrients your body needs to support cardiovascular health!
Keep A Positive Attitude
Take the time each day to enjoy the simple things in life. It could be a simple flower growing in the garden, or a smile on a child’s face. These things will give you joy and the more joy you have in your life, the more youthful you will feel throughout it.
If you find that you are feeling lonely when you are at home, consider getting a pet. They are wonderful companions and will provide you with company when no one else is around. Be sure that you pick the pet that will work out the best for you. If you do not want to commit to just one pet, consider being a foster home for animals in shelters.
Growing old isn’t easy, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do it with style. Now that you’ve read this article, you have a number of ideas on what you can do for yourself as you age. If you apply the tips in this article, everyone will be wishing they could age, as gracefully as you have.
Heart Attack Suffers Need Emotional Support
If you’ve experienced a heart attack, likely you feel frustrated, hopeless, etc. The emotions are common after any illnesses, yet you must take steps to control these negative emotions, since it only causes stress on your body. The stress will wear you down and perhaps lead to another heart attack. Let’s stop it now. After illnesses, including heart attack learn to focus on the day, instead of yesterday and tomorrow. You only have control of each day you live. Instead of sweating weeks ahead, try doing something you enjoy. Walking is a great way to reduce the risks of heart attacks. You can also visit friends or family members that make you feel good about you.
Support is essential. If you have support, you will have friends and family members who will open their minds to your feelings. You should never allow your feelings to linger in your own mind without expressing what you feel. Express your feelings to people you trust. Take time to listen to them and let these people know what you need. For instance, if you just need a friendly ear, then let them know. Holding back emotions leads to soaring complications.
If you can find support groups in your area that is experiencing the same thing as you, then join the team. The support will help you to share information with people who understand what you are going through. It is frustrating to express feelings with people who have not experienced similar illnesses or experiences as you. Try to find someone that you can relate to and speak your feelings.
Exercise is the leading element we have offered to us in life that helps to reduce any disease, emotional reactions and so on. When you sit around feeling anxious, depressed, or despaired, you are working toward worse health conditions. Reverse your actions and take the steps to live longer by exercising each day.
Cardio for Life uses arginine as a foundational ingredient for cardiovascular health. What makes arginine so important for our health and why is this amino acid so special?
Visit any body building forum today and you will be hard pressed to find one not talking about arginine. Arginine is an amazing amino acid, which plays many different vital roles for health. Arginine plays a part in cell division, wound healing, the function of our immune system, release of hormones, the production of Nitric Oxide and much more.
If you visit MedlinePlus they report even more benefits of this amino acid like improving surgery recovery time, treating congestive heart failure, reducing chest pain or angina, reduction in bladder inflammation, treating erectile dysfunction, improving kidney function, and maintaining a healthy body weight in individuals suffering from muscle-wasting diseases and it is also important in the structure of collagen formation.
Athletes use arginine to increase oxygen delivery and blood flow to muscles during exercise. Some believe that Hydrogen chloride should be combined with arginine to make to enhance its absorption in the digestive system.
Arginine is considered a building block of nitric oxide, and researchers are beginning to find out that it can be beneficial treatment for pain in certain diseases.
Nitric oxide is an important gas the body produces to relax blood vessels. That is what makes an arginine supplement so powerful in improving cardiovascular health. Nitric oxide widens arteries and veins allowing more blood flow. Bodybuilders use it to build muscle mass and strength and to recover from workouts more quickly.
Cardio for life has 5 grams of Arginine in each and every serving. It is blended with other heart healthy supplements to give your body everything it needs to support the nitric oxide pathway.
If you are looking for a powerful supplement that you can take on a regular basis to support your cardiovascular health this is an important supplement to check out. Whether you are a bodybuilder or just someone wanting to stay in shape, have a look at Cardio For Life and see what this supplement can do for you!
More Health Tips You Can Use!
Supplements like Cardio For Life can help us stay healthy but we also need to work along with our supplementation. Nutrition and eating a well balanced diet is a life long commitment when one is concerned with health. This goal can be easily obtained when you follow a few simple guidelines.
Incorporate a variety of vegetables into your diet and keep yourself from a nutritional rut. Many people only eat a handful of vegetables and lose interest in eating them. There are a wide variety of vegetables with different nutritional values. Keeping a wide assortment of them in your diet is not only healthy, but makes eating more enjoyable.
Another important nutrient in Cardio For Life is Vitamin D. Consuming enough Vitamin D is an important part of a healthy, nutritious diet. Vitamin D is a major player in blood clotting. It also helps in bone synthesis. You can find Vitamin D in cabbage, beef liver, and green leafy vegetables. It’s also found in smaller amounts in milk, cereals, meats, and eggs.
Follow a few simple steps to avoid LDL cholesterol in your diet. Eat in moderation, avoid saturated fats, and enjoy raw fruits and vegetables. Moderate exercise three times a week is also an important factor. High LDL cholesterol levels have been linked to heart disease and other health concerns. Avoiding it can help you to stay healthy.
When trying to eat healthy, you should stop eating microwave dinners. This is vital because these kinds of foods have tons of sugars and fats that aren’t healthy for you. To help yourself feel great, dedicate a portion of your time each day to cooking fresh vegetables and meat.
When considering a diet that provides an adequate nutrition level, be sure to start your morning out right with healthy foods such as fruits and whole grain muffins. This will ensure that you not only get all the nutrients you need, but also that you do not weigh yourself down early with unneeded calories. While deliciously tempting, avoid obviously bad foods such as doughnuts or danishes at all costs.
When buying prepared foods, avoid those that have sugar, corn syrup or fructose listed among the first several ingredients. Try your best to look for alternatives that have a low sugar content. There are now many foods available, including mayonnaise, salad dressing and ketchup, that you can buy in sugar-free versions.
As you can have read, there are many easy ways to make sure you are getting the most nutritional value from the foods you consume. A healthy lifestyle with well rounded nutrition in your diet becomes simple when you add it to your everyday routine and take care about what you put into your body.
High blood pressure or hypertension is known as the silent killer. There are many people who have this disease and are unaware that it’s a major risk factor for heart attacks and strokes.
The problem with hypertension is usually there are no signs or symptoms related to the disease. That is why it is called the silent killer. Many people will have a heart attack or stroke without ever knowing they have high blood pressure.
Checking Your Blood Pressure
Monitoring your blood pressure is a simple process. Nowadays you can go into almost any drugstore or grocery store and check your blood pressure. There are also home blood pressure kits that are relatively inexpensive they can be purchased. What is important is that you have your blood pressure checked.
According to the American Heart Association nearly one in 3 adults have the disease and around 40 million are struggling to keep their blood pressure under control.
What Causes Hypertension?
While there are many numerous reasons for hypertension, for the majority of people it boils down to lifestyle choices. Being overweight, developing type II diabetes, and lack of exercise can contribute to having high blood pressure.
Preventing The Disease
How many times have we heard an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure? Before you can prevent hypertension it would be important to know if you actually have the disease. That is why monitoring your blood pressure should be your 1st step.
Prevention of the disease is also the cure for reversing the disease. It would be wise to check with your medical professional before embarking on any lifestyle changes regarding your health.
Being proactive in a lowering are maintaining your blood pressure can greatly reduce the risk of a stroke or heart attack according to the American heart Association.
Exercise Is Essential
Research has shown that regular exercise can strengthen the heart muscle and improve your cardiovascular health. It is able to lower blood pressure and help individuals maintain a healthy weight. There are many forms of exercise including walking, jogging, bike riding, yoga and weightlifting. Since it is a regular exercise that contributes to health, it would be important to select something you enjoy. The key is not to train like an Olympian athlete but it is to raise your heart rate for 30 to 60 minutes 5 times per week.
Stress Takes Its Toll
Another contributing factor to high blood pressure can be stress. Chronic stress, stress that is consistent can certainly have a negative impact on your health. Regular exercise has been shown to help individuals handle stress, thus lowering the negative effects of stress on the body.
There are actually de-stressing exercises like deep breathing, meditation, mindfulness meditation and yoga that have shown to be beneficial in handling stress and helping individuals to relax.
Medication For Hypertension
If you have hypertension many physicians will recommend medication for lowering your blood pressure. Some medical professionals will encourage their patients to work on lifestyle changes before suggesting a pharmaceutical drug. What I have personally found interesting is that healthcare professionals know about natural supplements that can lower blood pressure, but they are not allowed to recommend them.
If you’re looking for a cardiovascular supplement that works then I would definitely recommend you have a look at Cardio Cocktail. While I still believe that healthy lifestyle choices are the key to keeping hypertension in check, I know healthy supplements can provide the boost that many people need.
What makes these supplements so beneficial is their ability to assist the body in producing nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is a gas that our bodies use to relax blood vessels. When blood vessels become stiff or narrowed blood pressure naturally rises. Nitric oxide opens blood vessels and relaxes them thus easing the flow of blood within the cardiovascular system.
What Makes Cardio Cocktail Unique?
There are many nitric oxide supplements available on the market for what makes Cardio Cocktail so unique is its formulation. Others have tried to duplicate a liquid cardiovascular supplement but their taste has been less than desirable. Cardio Cocktail has a nice flavor and being in liquid form it is easily assimilated by the body. Having a great tasting supplements with the right formulation is another key to a healthy cardiovascular system.
If you’re extremely tired all the time, and missing any sense of inspiration– you may be wondering what’s going on? There could be lots of factors behind the reasons you’re feeling so out of sort. You may be tempted to do a Google to see what’s going on but your search, will send you directly into panic mode. (So Seriously, do not do it.) A simple reason for your tiredness may be adrenal fatigue.
Adrenal fatigue can happen when we experience chronic stress. According to Harvard Medical School, the adrenals, which are 2 little glands that sit above your kidneys, produce the stress hormone agent called cortisol. When you’re under excessive stress for an extended period of time, the adrenals enter into overtime, launching more cortisol into your blood stream and riling up your body. And if adrenal glands stress out from overproduction of cortisol, that’s when issues begin. Creating low energy levels, anxiety, sleep issues, digestion problems, and more.
So, how can you get your body back on track with the experience coming from adrenal fatigue. For people who are having this problem it seems to be ruining your life? One of the very best solutions, according to natural physicians around the world, is to make the most of adaptogens– these are your adrenals’ future buddies.
Adaptogens work to fight the daily stress factors that are triggering your adrenals. They help be adrenal glands to function properly and returned to homeostasis. Adapted and serve becoming more popular and you are more likely to see them whenever you go shopping, from the coffee shop to the supermarket aisles. These herbs have been used for years in Ayurvedic and chinese medication. Research studies are now revealing that these herbs are having quite a positive impact on individuals dealing with stress.
Adaptogens to the Rescue
Adaptogens are herbs, roots, and other non-toxic plants that, in theory, work to protect your body from stress factors. They assist your body in being able to managing stress and anxiety.
Maca is a vegetable that might assist in reducing symptoms that follow menopause. It can relieve the sting of stress and anxiety that many women experience. It can also assist and enhance sexual function according to some researchers.
Maca is a cruciferous vegetable that belongs in the same household as broccoli and cabbage. It’s able to bring the adrenals back to a well balanced state and provide relief from adrenal fatigue.
Maca contains flavonoids, which are thought to improve mood and reduce anxiety. A study in 14 postmenopausal women found that maca may reduce feelings of anxiety and depression.
Also, a 2015 study found that maca could reduce symptoms of depression in Chinese postmenopausal women. read more
Rhodiola rosea, which is a seasonal blooming plant, has one main responsibility: stabilizing the quantity of cortisol in your body. On top of that, the adaptogen is likewise understood for its brain-boosting advantages. Research is showing that Rhodiola is not only boosting or helping with memory, it is also helping people with their mood and dealing with stress.
… those studies and the traditional practices that spawned them have caused people to use rhodiola to treat a wide range of conditions, such as stress, fatigue, anxiety, depression, and cognitive impairment, primarily in Eastern Europe and Asia, but increasingly in the United States and around the world. ..read more
Ashwagandha is a terrific method to assist with both psychological fatigue due to working long hours or physical fatigue from investing excessive time in the health club. And its capability to assist keep your adrenals in check is seriously outstanding. It’s been revealed to contribute in changing cortisol levels, securing the body versus tension.
Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb popular in Ayurvedic medicine. Ashwagandha benefits help lowers cortisol, balance thyroid hormones, combat stress and depression, and even build muscle. Find out how much you should potentially use. See more…