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Stress triggers a cascade of events in the body so it can respond to a threat. Stress can come from anywhere at any time. It can occur in a brief episode, like almost getting hit by another car, or it can occur over the long-term, like worrying about paying bills, constant worry or a stressful relationship.The stress response is complex and involves several parts of the brain, as well as hormones from the adrenal glands. Together, these coordinate a response that impacts the entire body.Continue reading
DHEA, short for Dehydroepiandrosterone is the most abundant circulating steroid hormone in humans. It is produced primarily in the adrenal glands, brain and ovaries. There is a big difference in hormones that you buy, and you should always be aware that supplements are not regulated by any organization, and you should look to getting high quality ...Continue reading
This is a really important question because there is a difference to what happens to the DHEA you take - depending on whether you take it BY MOUTH or whether you use a TOPICAL DHEA.
It's a little complicated - but important for you to know - because BOTH oral and topical DHEA have important points that you should know.Continue reading
DHEA and DHEA-S levels decline with age. Unfortunately, once DHEA levels begin to wind down, there are no feedback mechanisms to help restore it.
As DHEA and downstream metabolites decrease, the brain loses the protective effects of sex steroids and becomes increasingly vulnerable to neurotoxic effects of cortisol and other potentially damaging factors.Continue reading
Supplementing with DHEA can be helpful for weight management, healthy aging, ongoing health and vitality, and a balanced stress response.
Certain situations can cause the body to slow its natural DHEA production, such as:
• Emotional or physical stress
• Some medications
• Dieting or a vegetarian diet
Yes! In fact, DHEA and Testosterone decrease the flairs of Auto-immune diseases and Allergies! This includes Autoimmune diseases like Hashimotos Thyroid Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, ALS, Crohns Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and Lupus as well as Allergies from both food and Your Environment.Continue reading