Uwemba-Pastilles® Anti-Stress Complex
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supports the body to a normal mental as well as cognitive function*
Food supplement from 9 different plants, vitamin C and iron.
135 Pastillen à 500mg
Pastilles, Food supplement
The ingredients of Uwemba-Pastilles® Anti-Stress Complex consist of:
- Ginseng root
- Ginkgo leaves
- L-ascorbic acid
- Rose root
- Damiana leaves
- Wormwood (Artemisia absinthium)
- Eleutherococcus root
- Passionflower herb
- Iron gluconate
Uwemba-Pastilles® Anti-Stress Complex are suitable for regular use (135pastilles= 45 days) and/or as a daily dietary supplement. Take 3 pastilles daily, one before each main meal with some liquid. For use in adults and children 6 years and older.
* Vitamin C contributes to normal mental function.
* Iron contributes to normal cognitive
(1) % of the reference amount for daily intake according to Regulation (EC) No 1169/2011.
Stress as an influencing factor in the body
A stressful situation – the short-term, job challenge just as much as the prolonged worry of losing one’s job – can prompt the release of an abundance of stress hormones in the body. These, in turn, can cause various physiological effects: the heart beats faster, breathing accelerates. Tense muscles and beads of sweat on the forehead can be observed.
Such possible bodily responses to stress are often summarized as the “fight-or-flight” response. They are a fundamental survival mechanism that enables humans and other mammals to respond quickly to life-threatening situations. The coordinated and almost instantaneous release of the necessary hormones and the physical changes they cause allow the individual to fight off the threat in seconds or to get to safety as quickly as possible.
However, if the “fight or flight” hormones are released regularly and continuously, serious damage occurs in the body. It begins to overreact to stressors that are not life-threatening, such as traffic jams, constant work pressure, or recurring family difficulties. At worst, the “fight or flight” hormones remain permanently detectable in the blood count.
Over time, researchers have learned how and why these reactions occur. And they are getting a better understanding of the long-term effects of chronic stress on physical and mental health: Research suggests that chronic stress contributes to high blood pressure, promotes the formation of plaque and clogged arteries, and can even cause brain changes. These, in turn, can lead to anxiety, depression, andaddictive behaviors. Further research at least suggests that chronic stress may also contribute to obesity– through direct (increased food intake) or indirect (reduction in sleep and exercise) mechanisms.
Food supplements are not a substitute for a varied, balanced diet, fresh fruits and vegetables and a healthy lifestyle. Keep cool, dry and out of reach of children. Do not exceed recommended intake.