Simple awnsers to to describe some words in the literature

5-HTP works in the brain by increasing the production of the chemical serotonin, which can affect a persons sleep, appetite, temrature, sexual behaivor, pain sensation and mood.

ATP is a nucleotide derived from adenosine that occurs in the muscle tissue; the major source of energy for cellular reactions.

Alpha Glycerol Phosphoryl Choline rapidily delivers choline to the brain, which is a B-complex vitamin.

Alpha Lipoic Acid (Total Recall) is a compound that comes from a fatty acid that is very important for the body to convert fat and carbohydrate into units of cellular energy.

Anaerobic organism (Paramune Plus) is any organism that does not require oxygen and are commonly found in the gastrointestinal tract.

Cortical Steroid is a steroid hormone that is produced naturally or synthesized, they reduce swelling and the decrease the body's immune system.

Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a steroid hormone naturally produced from cholesterol by the adrenal glands. The production of this hormone peaks in early adulthood and declines with age.

Fulvic Acid is an element found in the humus, the highly nutritious layer of the earth, that feeds plants and ensures that grow strong and healthy.

Gamma Aminobutyric Acid/GABA (B-12) is a neurostansmitter of the central nervous system that restrains nerve transmissionin the brain and calms nervous activity.

Hydroxocobalamin (B-12) is another name for vitamin B-12, an essential nutrient necessary for proper metabolism and energy production.

L-theanine (REM Sleep Plus) is an amino acid commonly found in tea and is widely accepted that it may help releive stress by inducing a relaxing effect without drowsiness.

Methylcobalamin (B-12)- is the strongest form of vitamin B-12 found in nature, it is needed for the healthy development and and sustainability of our circulatory, immune and nervous systems.

Melatonin Is a hormone that acts directly on sleep, regulating the sleep-wake cycle in a safe way.

Nucleotides Are the monomers of nucleic acids and also play in important roles in cellular transport and transformations and in enzyme regulation.

Phosphatidylserine (Total Recall) Is a compound that occurs naturally in all living things and plays a key role in the ability of brain cell membranes to respond to neurotransmitters, Many people believe it helps a number of nervous system disorders and may improve neural functioning which has led to its use as a supplement.

Polyphenols are organic chemicals that act as an antioxidant, they protect cells and body chemicals against damage caused by free radicals. Also there is evidence of their role in prevention of degenerative diseases such as cancer and and cardiovascular diseases is emerging.

 Polysaacharides is a long chain carbohydrate made up of smaller carbohydrates that is typically used by our bodies for energy and to help with cellular structure.

Proanthocyanidins are a superior antioxidants known to make other antioxidants for stronger and destroy free radicals, and they are found in woody plants such as grape seeds, red wine and barley etc.

Pregnenolone (Clarity& Balance, Strength& Energy) is a hormone from which all vital male and female hormones are made. It is made from cholesterol in the body and can be made into a number of different hormones such as cortisol, estrogen, testosterone etc.

Synergistic (B-12)- Is often used to describe the effect of drugs working together, where one drug increases the other’s effectiveness.

Tyrosine- Is an amino acid found in every cell of your body, One of its major roles is in the production of proteins, the body uses combinations of 20 amino acids, including tyrosine to produce new protein molecules.

Venpocetine- A chemical that comes from the leaves of the periwinkle plant. It has been used as a neuroprotector to increase blood flow to the brain and to treat dementia and stroke.

CORTISOL LEVELS

 A) High levels of cortisol over a long period of time- your adrenal glands start to get depleted, this increases the body’s sensitivity to pain, like backaches and muscle aches. Also, it can affect your ability to relax and recharge at nighttime even if you’ve been tired all day, making sleep difficult. High levels also can also predispose you to chronic fatigue syndrome, making you tired constantly, lowers your ability to fight off colds and infections, weight gain especially around your belly, even if you exercise and eat healthy. Can cause blood sugars to be raised, lowered libido, stomach problems, anxiety and depression.

B)  Low levels of cortisol over a long period of time-also called hypoadrenalism or Addison’s disease can cause many different problems such as weakness or fatigue, depression, dizziness, heart palpitations, anxiety, aches and pains, diarrhea, vomiting, confusion, insomnia and irregular menstrual period are just some of the issues that can take place.