Concentration & Anxiety Solutions

Anxiety and concentration are mortal enemies! The executive, thinking brain cannot function when the fight-flight response is activated. The Mighty Amydala is the so-called Reptilian Brain which manages survival responses, real or imagined. 

Calming this fight-flight response, while improving nerve conductivity, supports focus and concentration.

WARNING: if you are on any prescription medication, have an illness or a chronic disease, or are in a compromised state of health, consult your doctor before taking any of our supplements, or before implementing any of our recommended lifestyle or dietary changes.

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REVITALISE 100: IMPROVES NERVE CONDUCTIVITY

REVITALISE 100 is a mineral blend that supports clearer thinking and mental energy Revitalise 100  is the second level in the Revitalise product range, and you may want to start on Revitalise 25 (25mg) and build up to the 100mg strength. After this, the 300mg of Revitalise 300 gives the expected boost.

 

The minerals are known to have energising properties and may support physical and mental stamina, post-exercise and post-illness recovery, healthy ageing, smooth nerve impulse conduction, rapid reflexes and concentration. Our proprietary micronisation process enhances the effect of the minerals.

SLEEP: USE AT NIGHT & DURING THE DAY TO REDUCE ANXIETY

Adequate, good quality sleep is essential to effective weight management. Sleep not only helps us to feel less anxious, it also plays an essential role in hormone balance and detoxification. Both of these influence weight management.

 

SLEEP oral spray is an effective solution for reducing stress and anxiety by improving sleep. A helpful “side-effect” of this product is pain reduction.

 

A lack of sleep spikes the stress hormone cortisol. Too much cortisol creates feelings of stress and anxiety. Just enough cortisol is needed for focus and concentration. Increased cortisol tendencies are made worse by additional stress.

 

Stress comes in many forms, and this will cause cortisol to increase. Stressors may include any of the following:

  • Poor sleep
  • Insufficient sleep
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Work stress
  • Financial stress
  • Environmental stress
  • Junk food
  • Toxins
  • Unbalanced hormones
  • Chronic pain
  • Disease

 

We offer you a soothing solution to ease you into a deep and restful sleep: our product SLEEP. A tried and trusted formula that quickly becomes a home-essential because it supports sleep, relaxation & cell membrane health.

 

This product works on the understanding that the body can resolve its own issues. Tiny amounts of natural substances, like plants and minerals, are used to stimulate the rebalancing process. Lavender is known for its nerve tonifying, relaxing and calming properties, making it ideal for use before sleep. Our proprietary micronisation process enhances the effect of the extracts. 

 

A few sprays before bedtime promotes instant sleep. If you wake up at night with a busy mind, take a few more sprays. Using it during the day reduces cortisol by relaxing you, without putting you to sleep. 

 

SUPPORT SLEEP TO AFFECT CONCENTRATION

Sleep is important for concentration and cognitive function. Lack of sleep can lead to difficulty concentrating, poor memory, and decreased ability to perform tasks that require mental agility and problem-solving skills.

 

During sleep, the brain is active and performing important functions, including consolidating memories and cleaning out waste products. Adequate sleep is necessary for these processes to occur properly, which can help improve concentration and cognitive function.

 

Conversely, sleep deprivation can lead to a decline in cognitive function, including attention, memory, and decision-making abilities. It can also affect physical coordination, which can impact performance at work or school and increase the risk of accidents.

 

To support good sleep and concentration, it’s important to:

  • Get 7-9 hours of sleep per night
  • Create a relaxing bedtime routine
  • Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and heavy meals close to bedtime
  • Keep the bedroom cool, dark, and quiet
  • Avoid electronics before bedtime

 

If you are having difficulty sleeping or are experiencing problems with concentration, it’s important to talk to your healthcare provider. They can help you identify any underlying issues and recommend treatment options to help you get the sleep you need.

PURE LIVER SUPPORT: ESSENTIAL PHOSPHOLIPIDS FOR THE BRAIN

PURE LIVER SUPPORT contains phospholipids, which provide support for DNA synthesis, fatty liver, cell membranes, fat transport and acetylcholine production for brain and memory. Essential support for liver

 

detoxification.One of the symptoms of a toxic liver is weight gain, making this product and essential part of your weight loss regimen.

 

Liver detoxification is an important method to reduce hormone-related anxiety (and headache) symptoms. A toxic liver may be the cause of an untold number of issues. 

 

The added extra, related to anxiety, is that phospholipids are essential for healthy brain cells. Phospholipids make up the largest portion of the fats that make up the bi-lipid layer of the cell membrane. This means that cell membrane health is supported by adequate daily phospholipid intake. Cell membranes manage the transport of nutrients into, and waste out of the cells.

 

Gene Information: Known support for PEMT, Il-1A, MTRR, MTHFR677, BHMT-02, APOE, and cell membranes, healthy homocysteine, metabolism, memory and fatty liver.

 

DO PHOSPHOLIPIDS SUPPORT CONCENTRATION?

Phospholipids are a type of fat that is essential for good health. They are a major component of cell membranes and play a vital role in maintaining the structure and function of cells. Some research suggests that phospholipids may be beneficial for concentration and cognitive function in several ways:

  • Supporting brain health: Phospholipids, particularly phosphatidylcholine, are important for brain health and are found in high concentrations in brain tissue. They are involved in the synthesis of neurotransmitters and may be helpful for supporting concentration and cognitive function.

  • Reducing inflammation: Phospholipids have anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce inflammation in the body, which can interfere with concentration and cognitive function.

  • Reducing oxidative stress: Phospholipids have strong antioxidant properties and can help reduce oxidative stress in the body, which can cause cell damage and contribute to a variety of health problems. This may be helpful for improving concentration and cognitive function.

  • Providing energy: Phospholipids are a source of energy for the body and can be broken down and used for fuel. This may be helpful for supporting concentration and cognitive function.

 

It’s important to keep in mind that while phospholipids may be beneficial for concentration and cognitive function, they are not a replacement for a healthy diet and lifestyle. It’s also important to talk to your healthcare provider before taking any supplements that contain phospholipids or other nutrients. They can help you determine the appropriate dosage and ensure that the supplement is safe and appropriate for you.

 

PURE MARINE OIL OMEGA 3: CELL MEMBRANE & ANTI-INFLAMMATORY SUPPORT FOR THE BRAIN

PURE MARINE OIL OMEGAS provide the perfect 3:2 ratio of DHA:EPA; supports cardiovascular health and is a known anti-Inflammatory; known to lower triglycerides and blood pressure; support health brain function and eyes. Useful to take as part of meals to slow the glucose response to carbohydrates, reducing oxidative stress.

 

HINT: take 1 softgel capsule just before a meal to benefit from its dual-action as an anti-inflammatory and to slow down glucose metabolism. This is especially useful if “Sugar Pain” is a problem. 

 

Gene Information: Known support for NOS, MTHFR677, PPARG, IL-1B, IL6, IL-1A, CRP4, PON1, SULT1A1, anti-inflammatory, lowers triglycerides, and healthy cell membranes.

 

HOW DOES OMEGA 3 FISH OIL HELP CONCENTRATION

Omega-3 fatty acids are a type of fat that is essential for good health. They are found in high concentrations in the brain and are important for maintaining brain health and function. Some research suggests that omega-3 fatty acids may be beneficial for concentration and cognitive function.

 

Omega-3 fatty acids may improve concentration and cognitive function by:

  • Supporting brain health: Omega-3 fatty acids are important for maintaining the health and function of brain cells. They may be helpful for improving concentration and cognitive function.

  • Reducing oxidative stress: Omega-3 fatty acids have antioxidant properties and may help reduce oxidative stress in the body, which can cause cell damage and contribute to a variety of health problems. This may be helpful for improving concentration and cognitive function.

  • Reducing inflammation: Omega-3 fatty acids have anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce inflammation in the body, which can interfere with concentration and cognitive function.

 

Omega-3 fatty acids are found in high concentrations in fatty fish, such as salmon, mackerel, and sardines. They are also available in supplement form, such as fish oil supplements. It’s important to talk to your healthcare provider before taking any supplements, as they can help you determine the appropriate dosage and ensure that the supplement is safe and appropriate for you.

 

PURE NAC: BRAIN, LIVER & LUNG SUPPORT

Once again, the role of detoxification and hormone-related anxiety symptoms is addressed. N-acetyl l-cysteine (NAC) is an antioxidant that may help to prevent cancer, support for liver detoxification, and lungs. It is also used as a drug to help manage acetominaphen poisoning.

 

NAC is particularly important to support the absent gene GSTM1 as well as other mutations. NAC therefore plays an important role in Phase 2 liver detoxification. It pairs well with Bioactive Glutathione as part of an effective liver flush.

 

Gene Information: Known support for NAT2, SULT2, GSTM1, GSTP1, including phase 2 liver detoxification. Consult your healthcare practitioner for more information about gene support.

 

PURE NAC FOR CONCENTRATION

LIPO-ACTIVE GLUTATHIONE: MASTER ANTIOXIDANT

Known as the Master Antioxidant, Glutathione is becoming more accepted as an important part of daily supplementation. It is known to support skin, mitochondria, the immune system, detoxification processes due to its antioxidant properties.

 

Research shows that using the liposomal form of glutathione ensures it is far better absorbed than the non-liposomal versions. This is because the liposome prevents the glutathione from being broken down in the stomach into its components (glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid).

 

Glutathione is useful when used to flush the toxins that have been processed through the liver into water soluble molecules. It plays a significant role in detoxification, and should be used daily as an antioxidant.

 

Absent genes, typically GSTM1, GSTT1, GSTP1 mean this supplement is even more important if your genetic tests show this.

 

HINT: Glutathione is a great hangover cure!

 

Gene Information: Known support for GSTM1, GSTT1, GSTP1 SNPs, phase 2 liver detoxification, and is an important mitochondrial antioxidant.

LIPO-ACTIVE B-COMPLEX: ESSENTIAL Bs

The anti-anxiety effects of B12, B9, and B6 have been well-researched. The complete array of B vitamins are essential for energy and cellular health. The B vitamins and additional ingredients are known to support red blood cells, energy, eyesight, appetite, brain function, digestion and cellular health. Contains the unique B-11 Montmorillonite mineral extract for enhanced nerve conductivity and energy. Pairs well with Pure NAC and/or Bioactive Glutathione which open the “downstream” pathways of liver detoxification.

 

Gene Information: Known support for NOS, SOD2, CBS, SHMT, ACE, BHMT-2, COMT, MTHFR1298, MTHFR677, MTR, MTRR, PEMT and essential B vitamins.

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF B COMPLEX VITAMINS FOR CONCENTRATION

B vitamins, including B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), B7 (biotin), B9 (folate), and B12 (cobalamin), are essential for good health and play a variety of important roles in the body. Some research suggests that B vitamins may be beneficial for concentration and cognitive function.

 

B vitamins are involved in several processes in the body, including energy production, brain function, and the synthesis of neurotransmitters. They may help improve concentration and cognitive function by:

  • Supporting brain health: B vitamins are important for maintaining the health and function of brain cells. They may be helpful for improving concentration and cognitive function.

  • Reducing oxidative stress: B vitamins have antioxidant properties and may help reduce oxidative stress in the body, which can cause cell damage and contribute to a variety of health problems. This may be helpful for improving concentration and cognitive function.

  • Reducing inflammation: B vitamins have anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce inflammation in the body, which can interfere with concentration and cognitive function.

 

B vitamins are found in a variety of foods, including leafy green vegetables, legumes, nuts, and seeds. They are also available in supplement form, although it’s important to talk to your healthcare provider before taking any supplements. They can help you determine the appropriate dosage and ensure that the supplement is safe and appropriate for you.

THE ANXIOUS BRAIN CANNOT CONCENTRATE

Mental resources needed for concentration and focus are used up and/or occupied by the body’s primal fight-flight response. 

 

Anxiety causes the mind to be preoccupied with its survival. This survival response may be to a real or an imagined threat. The part of the brain that is responsible for this is the amygdala. This area of the brain does not reason. It simply reacts.

 

Elevated stress hormones – cortisol and adrenaline – cause brain fog, and this further hampers short-term memory and the ability to concentrate.

 

WHY ANXIETY AFFECTS CONCENTRATION

Anxiety is a normal response to stress and can help protect us from danger by activating the “fight or flight” response. However, when anxiety becomes chronic or overwhelming, it can interfere with daily life and affect concentration and cognitive function.

 

Anxiety can affect concentration by:

  • Distracting the mind: Chronic anxiety can cause the mind to become occupied with negative thoughts and worries, which can distract from other tasks and make it difficult to concentrate.

  • Affecting sleep: Anxiety can cause sleep problems, which can lead to fatigue and difficulty concentrating.

  • Increasing stress: Chronic anxiety can increase levels of stress hormones in the body, which can interfere with concentration and cognitive function.

  • Affecting physical health: Anxiety can cause physical symptoms such as racing heart, dizziness, and difficulty breathing, which can make it difficult to concentrate on tasks.

 

To support concentration and manage anxiety, it’s important to:

  • Practice relaxation techniques, such as deep breathing, meditation, or yoga
  • Exercise regularly
  • Get enough sleep
  • Eat a healthy diet
  • Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and other substances that can worsen anxiety
  • Seek support from friends, family, or a mental health professional

 

If you are experiencing chronic or severe anxiety that is affecting your concentration or daily life, it’s important to talk to your healthcare provider. They can help you determine the underlying cause and recommend treatment options that may be helpful.

 

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