ADD UP THE POINTS TO THE LEFT OF THE QUESTION
IF YOU CAN ANSWER "YES" TO IT.
The major hormones in the brain;
These all need to be balanced!!
• Serotonin is the “happy” and calming brain chemical that can improve your mood and help you to sleep well.
• Dopamine and noradrenaline are the “feel-good” neurotransmitters, helping you feel energized, focused, motivated, and in control.
• GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) is the “cool” neurotransmitter, calming you down during periods of stress.
• Adrenaline, made in the adrenal glands, is the “motivator,” stimulating you and helping you respond to stress.
• Endorphins promote that blissful feeling, a sense of euphoria often found in runners’ high, or even, paradoxically, in emergencies and after an injury.
• Acetylcholine enhances memory, cognition, alertness, and concentration.
• Melatonin (actually, a hormone) affects your ability to sleep soundly and to dream.
Part 1. Are You Under a Dark Cloud?
3 Do you have a tendency to be negative, to see the glass as half-empty rather than half-full? Do you have dark, pessimistic thoughts?
5 Are you exhausted and feel tired everyday? Are you not sleeping well?
3 Are you often worried and anxious?
3 Do you have feelings of low self-esteem and lack confidence? Do you easily get to feeling self-critical and guilty?
3 Does your behavior often get a bit, or a lot, obsessive? Is it hard for you to make transitions, to be flexible? Are you a perfectionist, a neatnik, or a control freak? A computer, TV, or work addict?
3 Do you really dislike the dark weather or have a clear-cut fall/winter depression (SAD)?
2 Are you apt to be irritable, impatient, edgy, or angry?
3 Do you tend to be shy or fearful? Do you get nervous or panicky about heights, flying, enclosed spaces, public performance, spiders, snakes, bridges, crowds, leaving the house, or anything else?
2 Have you had anxiety attacks or panic attacks (your heart races, it's hard to breathe)?
2 Do you get PMS or menopausal moodiness (tears, anger, depression)?
3 Do you hate hot weather?
2 Are you a night owl, or do you often find it hard to get to sleep, even though you want to?
2 Do you wake up in the night, have restless or light sleep, or wake up too early in the morning?
3 Do you routinely like to have sweet or starchy snacks, wine, or marijuana in the afternoons, evenings, or in the middle of the night (but not earlier in the day)?
2 Do you find relief from any of the above symptoms through exercise?
3 Have you had fibromyalgia (unexplained muscle pain) or TMJ (pain, tension, and grinding associated with your jaw)?
2 Have you had suicidal thoughts or plans?
Total Score ____________ If your score is more than 12 then you are probably experiencing symptoms of low serotonin. You should order Happy the NEW SEXY to learn how to have endorphins everyday. Serotonin is an inhibitory neurotransmitter. Depletion of the inhibitory neurotransmitters are the most common cause of depression and anxiety.
Nearly 50 million Americans suffer from sleep disturbances involving insomnia, drowsiness during the day, and restless leg movements at night. Sleep patterns are important factors affecting a person's physical and psychological health. Without a good nights sleep, the replenishing and restorative functions of the body are impaired. Biochemical imbalances, toxins, food sensitivities, and environmental factors can all playa role in producing overweight, poor sleep, and poor mental health. Dietary and behavioral changes, exercise, exposure to bright morning light, stress reduction, and nutritional supplements have all proven helpful in promoting healthy weight, sleeping patterns, and mental health.
Usage of Nutri-West TOTAL 5 HTP:
1 tablet 3 x day or as directed. 1 tablet one half to 2 hours before bedtime: or one hour prior to a protein meal: tryptophan uptake can be enhanced when combined with a carbohydrate meal.
Precautions for Nutri-West TOTAL 5 HTP:
Cautions: High doses of Tryptophan supplements should not be taken during pregnancy and should not be combined with MAO inhibitor drugs.
STRESS PAN F
Nutritional supplementation offering support during times of stress. BEST FOR women to support a healthy mental state.
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Part 2. Are You Suffering from the Blahs?
3 Do you often feel depressed - the flat, bored, apathetic kind?
2 Are you low on physical or mental energy? Do you feel tired a lot, have to push yourself to exercise?Inability to feel pleasure?
2 Is your drive, enthusiasm, and motivation quota on the low side?
2 Do you have difficulty focusing or concentrating, been diagnosed with ADD?
3 Are you a thrill seeker or risk-taker?
3 Are you easily chilled? Do you have cold hands or feet?
2 Do you tend to put on weight too easily?
3 Do you feel the need to get more alert and motivated by consuming a lot of coffee or other "uppers" like sugar, diet soda, ephedra, or cocaine?
Total Score ____________ If your score is more than 6 points then you are probably experiencing symptoms of low dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine. These are excitatory neurotransmitters. Order Happy the NEW SEXY now to learn how to have endorphins.
Part 3. Is Stress Your Problem?
3 Do you often feel overworked, pressured, or deadlined?
1 Do you have trouble relaxing or loosening up?
1 Does your body tend to be stiff, uptight, tense?
2 Are you easily upset, frustrated, or snappy under stress?
3 Are you easily chilled? Do you have cold hands or feet?
2 Do you tend to put on weight too easily?
3 Do you often feel overwhelmed or as though you just can't get it all done?
2 Do you feel weak or shaky at times?
3 Have a history of panic attacks or severe anxiety?
3 Are you sensitive to bright light, noise, or chemical fumes? Do you need to wear dark glasses a lot?
3 Do you feel significantly worse if you skip meals or go too long without eating?
2 Do you use tobacco, alcohol, food, or drugs to relax and calm down?
Total Score ____________ If your score is more than 8 then you are probably experiencing symptoms of GABA depletion and possibly adrenal fatigue.
Part 3. Are You Too Sensitive to Life's Pain?
You could be suffering from depleted levels of endorphins.
3 Do you consider yourself or do others consider you to be very sensitive? Does emotional pain, or perhaps physical pain, really get to you?
2 Do you tear up or cry easily - for instance, even during TV commercials?
2 Do you tend to avoid dealing with painful issues?
3 Do you find it hard to get over losses or get through grieving?
3 Do you use drugs such as methodone, oxycontin, codeine, or other opiates?
2 Have you been through a great deal of physical or emotional pain? Suffer from chronic back pain or headches?
3 Do you crave pleasure, comfort, reward, enjoyment, or numbing from treats like chocolate, bread, wine, romance novels, marijuana, tobacco, or lattes?
Total Score ____________ If your score is more than 6 then you are probably experiencing symptoms of endorphin/PEA
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Formulated to support the balance of the complete female hormonal system and corresponding organ systems, including ovaries, uterus, mammary, thyroid and adrenal
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What exactly is DESIGNED CLINICAL NUTRITION
First of all, Designed Clinical Nutrition is not ‘over-the-counter’ vitamins. Over-the-counter vitamins are pharmaceutically engineered chemical fractions of vitamin structures reproduced in a laboratory.
They are not “whole food,” and the body does not actually recognize these as anything even vaguely beneficial (to put it mildly). Because they are not made from whole foods, “over-the-counter” vitamins lack the essential synergistic elements normally present in whole foods.
An example of a whole food could be carrots. Carrots are high in Vitamin A Complex. A “complex” is something made up of many different parts that work together. Synthetic vitamin A does not contain the whole “Vitamin A Complex” found in nature. So, if we were looking for a food high in Vitamin A, carrots might be one of our choices.
If one actually were deficient in any of the components of Vitamin A Complex, one would be wise to seek out a supplement that was made from whole foods that were rich in this complex - not from chemicals engineered in a laboratory to look like one little part of the vitamin A Complex that was erroneously labeled as “Vitamin A.”
Vitamins that are being used all over today generally only need to have a small percentage of their actual content derived from natural sources to be labeled “natural”. If they are not derived from whole foods, they often make you even more deficient and nutritionally out–of-balance. They can create other health problems because they do not contain all of the co-factors found in nature that make the vitamins work.
So-called “scientific research,” done with these shoddy substitutes, repeatedly “proves” that vitamins are good for anyone! Can you imagine who pays for these “researches”?
“Designed Clinical Nutrition” is exactly that:
Designed (especially prepared based on a specific plan)
Clinical (pertaining to the results gotten in clinical use or actual practice on huge numbers of patients over many years)
Nutrition (real food, designed by nature to enable the body to repair itself and grow healthfully).
It is whole food in a tablet, capsule or powder, concentrated in a vacuum, cold-process system that preserves all of the active enzymes and vital components that make it work as the nature intended. These real food supplements have been designed to match the needs of the body, as determined by the positive response shown when tested against the active Nutrition Response Testing reflexes that were found on your individual Nutrition Response Testing analysis. These are nutrients you are simply not getting, or not assimilating, in your current diet.
These deficiencies may be due to your past personal eating habits and routines, but it is for sure due, in some large extent, to the lack of quality in the foods commercially available in grocery stores or restaurants today.