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Abby's Magazine - Volume 5 Issue 6| Page 9 Stress has been identified as Public Health Enemy #1, and anxiety is the most common emotional problem in the United States. Stress and anxiety can lead to depression, affect our mood and sleep, and intensify food cravings. It can also impact literally everything in our body, from muscle tension, blood pressure and blood sugar to changes in the very structure of our brain and digestive disorders that interrupt the production of serotonin. The vicious cycle grow as physical issues caused by stress contribute to greater stress. Relieving stress and addressing the issues caused by chronic high cortisol levels is essential to our health. Fortunately, there are things we can do from a whole-body perspective to bring the body back into balance and regain a sense of hope and possibility for a healthy future. Good diet, ample exercise, relaxation practices and healthy sleep patterns, along with natural supplements with targeted vitamins, minerals and herbs, can help your body overcome the damag- ing effects of stress. B vitamins are critical for the production of neurotransmitters, the chemical messengers that help us communicate emotions, including serotonin which decreases symptoms of anxiety. Moving Away From Stress & Anxiety Nurturing Whole-Body Balance Quality and Purity Guaranteed Questions? 888.453.5058 Redd Remedies, Bradley, IL 60915 Supporting Your Emotional Well-Being* Hope & Possibility Redd Remedies and Dr. Gregory Jantz, Founder of e Center • A Place of Hope have teamed up to develop a special line of nutritional supplements that deliver nourishment at the root level and support for mind- body balance. Dr. Jantz says, "I believe Redd Remedies has created an ideal line of premium products, and we see them helping our patients every day." is partnership is dedicated to helping people achieve health and hope so they can live life to the fullest. *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. Vitamin B1 supplementation has been shown to improve mood and clear-headedness. Magnesium, depleted by chronic stress and deficient in most diets, is required for the production of serotonin and for converting Vitamin B1 into its active form. Amino acids, including 5-HTP, play a crucial role in serotonin levels in the central nervous system. 5-HTP crosses the blood- brain barrier and is easily absorbed. L-Tyrosine is another amino acid that is critical for positive mood and emotional health. Choline, a fat found in cell membranes, is important for preserving and regenerating brain cells and for information exchange at a cellular level. Herbs have been used for millennia to help restore balance and manage stress, including adaptogen herbs from Traditional Chinese Medicine, such as schisandra. Bacopa is an ayurvedic herb shown to not only improve focus and concentration, but also calm nervous tension and anxiety. When your body, mind and spirit are healthy, your body will relax and you can think more clearly, sleep more soundly and eat more wisely. Good health requires good choices, including choosing the right natural supplements to help your body restore a healthy balance. Stress Vitamin B1 grows

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