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How To Destress Your Life Naturally

By: DAVE WOYNAROWSKI, M.D.


What would you say if I told you that a lot of today's stresses are not environmental!

You'd probably say, "What are you talking about! If so and so wasn't doing this and my boss wasn't doing that and he kids listened better I would be a lot calmer!"

Well that is probably true, but your ancestors had to deal with disease starvation and wild animals which had to be very stressful!

I don't think A.D.D. and Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia were survival advantages!

My point is this: As I've said before Food is the most powerful drug ever invented. And the biggest missing in our diets if Omega 3 fatty acids.

With the proper amount of fish Oil Omega 3 fatty acids in your body you will notice you are a lot calmer and much more able to handle stress creatively!

A while back I talked about the effects of stress on longevity and health. All of it was bad!

Well, I have recently uncovered some additional evidence that Omega 3 fatty acids are needed for us to respond properly to stress.

And I mean serious stress, like the kind our ancestors faced, AND the version of it we face today!

Undoubtedly this is how our ancestors survived the tremendous stresses in their lives.



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In all of the cardiac studies with fish oil it shows there is an inverse relationship between fish oil intake and death and development of heart attack in humans.

We have talked in the past about all kinds of reasons for this: the blood thinning effect of fish oil via platelets, the direct anti-inflammatory effect of fish oil on the formation of clogged heart arteries.

The latest research suggests that Fish Oil has adaptogenic properties with regards to the human response to stress.

This includes a direct effect on a very primitive part of the human brain called the brain stem. It is from this area that nervous discharges happen.

One type of nervous discharge is called "sympathetic".

This funny name refers to the type of nervous discharge that causes blood vessels to tighten blood pressure to go up and people to get anxious and stressed out.

It also leads to increased cortisol which is the hormonal equivalent of suicide by stress!

Fish oil attenuates this type of discharge and allows the body to respond in a graded sensible manner instead of a ballistic blast.

Most of you are aware of fish Oil's effects on the brain as well. I've referenced many studies in the past on depression and behavioral modification with Fish Oil via serotonin and dopamine, brain chemicals.

Another very cool and very healthy thing happens when adequate fish oil is present in the system.

The body starts using fat preferentially as a fuel during times of mental and physical stress.

So there you have it! Improve your brain chemistry, buffer your body's ability to handle both mental and physical stress, burn more fat, reduce cortisol and the illness it is associated with including aging!

What more could you ask for! Make sure you go to the site and order as the winter flu season comes upon us and take advantage of the beneficial immune effects that fish Oil can also give you!

Copyright 2004

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Editor's Note:

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Always consult your own personal doctor for medical advice and follow it even it contradicts what is said in this article.




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