Stress Relief Formula
You might already know that stress plays a big role in our health.
But stress is everywhere, right?
Everyone seems to have stress at some stage and to some degree or another.
But what we don't always realize is that all this stress and worry puts a strain on our bodies and it can really take its toll, especially on someone who already has an illness or a condition like tinnitus.
Stress can be a factor for everybody, from children to adults and it is known that woman experience stress twofold compared to men.
We need to control stress!
If stress is not dealt with it may eventually lead to destroying your life as you know it. If there are stressors in your household it will lead to relationship problems. If there are stressors at work it will eventually lead to your levels of performance dropping.
That is why stress no matter how it is being caused must be dealt with effectively so that you can continue living a normal and productive life.
When our bodies are under attack from stress and the effects it may cause within our body, our glands release hormones into the bloodstream that give us the power to defend ourselves against these attacks.
They help us to run away, or stay and fight which is commonly known as fight or flight.
In today's noisy world we have nowhere to run or no danger to stay and fight, even if we knew what was causing the stress in the first place.
Due to this fact we have generated a new response to danger - we freeze, both mentally and physically.
In modern times we have fight, flight or freeze.
It is when we are in freeze mode that our body finds it difficult to deal with the extra build up of hormones which effects our immune system's ability to deal everyday problems.
People who suffer from stress may experience:
anxiety & panic attacks
a feeling of pressure
irritability and mood swings
So when we experience prolonged or excessive stress, not only is our body under direct attack from within, it is also far less able to defend itself from even simple infections such as the flu. This makes it harder for your body to cope with a wide range of illnesses such as tinnitus.
Your body and mind become vulnerable to added stress, our general health deteriorates, and we will start the classic downward cycle eventually killing off your immune system.
What is Anxiety?
Anxiety can be defined as any circumstance (real or not) which overwhelms our ability to deal with the situation. Anxiety can be caused by a childhood trauma experience, although most chronic cases we can not determine the exact cause.
It is thought that the levels of serotonin in your body can have a major influence on your anxiety problems.
There is a lot of confusion about the difference between "normal" anxiety and medically significant anxiety: what some people think of as a standard problem concerning everyday events, some may consider to be anxiety.
Anxiety is considered one of the major influences on tinnitus. Anxiety seems to make tinnitus sufferers more aware of their tinnitus and may actually increase the volume of their tinnitus. Anxiety also cause sleep problems.
Even those without tinnitus find it more difficult to sleep when they have problems weighing on their minds.
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*These results not typical. Individual results will vary. Your results may vary and you may need to use the product for a longer or shorter period of time. Each person's experience with T-Gone is different, which cannot be determined from these testimonials.