Day 5

If you like word-wrangling, here's a word for you - dehydroepiandrosterone. You may not be surprised to read that it's often referred to by its abbreviated version - DHEA!

DHEA is commonly known as the vitality hormone.

It is secreted by the adrenal gland and has been shown to improve feelings of well-being. It may also contribute to a decreased risk of cardiovascular disease. Studies have shown that it helps with oxygenation, of particular importance to those suffering from diabetes.

There is a teeter-totter effect that takes place with DHEA and cortisol. When cortisol levels are high, DHEA is low.

For more vitality, bring up your DHEA by lowering your cortisol levels with stress transformation techniques. With regular practice, you begin to increase the natural production of DHEA.

Imagine putting an end to the I feel and look so old and tired refrain.

So, how can you start? I'll send you back to Mousetrap and while you're at it, you might want to exercise your Stress Muscles.

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