Stress is a normal biological as well as psychological process that results in the body responding to stimuli that create a negative or hostile environment for the individual.
Stress can be categorized into chronic and acute stress and involves the activation of the nervous system and the secretion of hormones that affect all systems of the body. Symptoms of anxiety are both physical and psychological, such as cortisone secretion, digestive disorders, tremor, sweating, tachycardia, headache, numbness, rashes and redness, etc. The well functioning of the nervous system, the synthesis of hormones and neurons and neurons the mood depends directly on certain nutrients and diet of the individual. Lack of certain vitamins and minerals makes it difficult for the nervous system to function and exacerbates stress.
Vitamins, herbs and trace elements that help the nervous system function well and reduce stress symptoms are:
- B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, Biotin). They are also known as anti-stress vitamins. They are involved in the production of hormones and in the proper functioning of the nervous system, in the creation and transmission of nerve signals, in good cognitive function and mood. They help calm and improve stress management. They are administered individually or even in formulas in a complex of vitamins, as they have a synergistic effect.
- Metals (Magnesium, Copper). Metals involved in the action of nerve cells as well as neurotransmitters. They act as co-factors in the action of hormones and neurotransmitters and help in muscle and nerve relaxation. They are combined with vitamins and amino acids.
- Amino acids (5 HTP, Glycine, Theanine, GABA). They are involved as neurotransmitters and as key components in the synthesis of hormones that affect mood and stress. They have calming properties and help relax, manage stress as well as keep the nervous system functioning properly.
- Herbs (Passiflora, Beeswort, Green Tea, Aswagandha, Holy Basil, Rhodiola Rosea, St John's Wort, Cannabis sativa, Oats). Herbs with sedative and relaxing properties. They have adaptive action, help to better manage stress and its symptoms, while reducing hypertension and cortisol levels. Available individually or in ingredient formulas.
- Flower Bach