Adaptogens are different plants and herbs that can improve your body's performance. They can also help improve your response to stress and difficult situations. By definition, their action is wide enough to help the whole organism adapt to stressful situations. They adjust to the needs of each organism, helping to restore the balance.
- May increase energy
- May reduce stress
- May strengthen the immune system
- May improve adaptation
- May improve focus
- May improve productivity
Specific product: fresh plant, capsules, tablets, or others
Consume according to the manufacturer's instructions. Some examples of adaptogens are ginseng, rhodiola, ashwagandha. Many of them are in the UltiSelf habit directory - find them all there!
- Adaptogens stimulate the production of two substances: neuropeptide Y (NPY) and the heat shock protein (Hsp72). These affect the production of the stress hormone, helping it to decrease. They also have an antioxidant effect, helping to decrease damage to the body.
- Some even help the body to recover from daily activity.
- Some act on the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis, an essential system that helps regulate stress and other functions such as digestion, energy expenditure, and immune response.
Depending on the product (usually less than 5 minutes)
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- The action of adaptogens is different from that of stimulants. Adaptogens are more durable and powerful.
- Adaptogens are especially useful for people with busy and stressful lives, as they help the person adjust to their level of stress.
- Try different products until you find the one that suits your body best.
- If you experience any adverse reactions, seek professional help.