Stress Management

Stress Management

What is stress hormone?

The sympathetic nervous system sends out impulses to glands and smooth muscles and tells the adrenal medulla to release epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrine (noradrenaline) into the bloodstream. These “stress hormones” cause several changes in the body, including an increase in heart rate, blood pressure, muscle energy supplies, respiration rate.

The autonomic nervous system plays an essential role in keeping the body’s internal environment (temperature, salt concentration, blood sugar, oxygen and carbon dioxide level in blood, etc.) in proper balance, a condition called homeostasis.  Your body’s fight-or-flight mechanism is a natural, life-saving system that’s highly efficient and effective when you have to use your muscles quickly. However, the stress of modern life can cause it to short circuit.

However, your body can get stuck in fight-or flight-mode because of stress, and this can cause health problems. When prolonged stress inhibits your body to transition back to relaxation mode, your body becomes overexposed to cortisol and other stress hormones. When prolonged stress inhibits your body to transition back to relaxation mode, your body becomes overexposed to cortisol and other stress hormones

In addition, medical research estimates as much as 90 percent of illness and disease is stress-related. Stress can interfere with your physical functioning and bodily processes. High blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and heart disease have been linked to stress factors

Study shows that the Ozone therapy caused a shift of the autonomic balance towards the parasympathetic activity as well as the decrease in the activity of the vasomotor center and the central regulation circuit that indicates the increase in the power of defense mechanisms associated with the normalization of autonomic balance.

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Vitamins and nutrients that help control inflammation. Examples include: Omega-3, Ashwagandha (ksm – 66), a good quality turmeric (with high curcumin content) and some others.