Women – do you find yourselves craving sugar, sweets and that you’re easily getting upset even over little things?
Men – Do you find yourselves fatigue, feeling “blah” and with a sense of boredom or flatness?
John Gray, author of Men are from Mars, women are from Venus says that you’re probably stressed out. a lot.
The good news – One supplement, PGX, a tri-fiber that absorbs carbohydrates and regulates blood sugar levels, helps the brain more readily manufacture needed chemicals.
But he gets even more specific, since men and women’s brains are different, we react differently to stress and we need different natural cures to help with our chemical differences.
Alternatives to Medication
Scientific proof for natural remedies.
When major disease hit (like cancer, Parkinson’s, ADHD, etc) it is more comfortable to relay on Western Medicine to take care of us.
John Gray was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and used natural remedies to heal himself, and proved that by using food, supplements and exercise we can achieve the right chemical balance, get off anti depressant and cure ADHD in boys.
But in our everyday lives, stress is the number 1 proxy killer (according to the Institute of HeartMath) not only of our health, but also of our relationships.
We need more than new communication skills and an understanding of our differences to have healthy relationships these days. We also need the nutritional support necessary for positive moods, sustained energy and most importantly, focus.
Without focus, communication breaks down in all relationships and frustration increases.
Without focus in romantic relationships, passion is lost and there is an increase in breakups and divorces. Without focus at work, people are increasingly dissatisfied and bored, often feeling unappreciated, distracted, exhausted or overwhelmed.