By: Lovonda Freeman | nutraMetrix Product and Health Content Coordinator
Holiday stress looms on the horizon as the festive season approaches. The pressure to juggle work, family, and celebratory preparations can add an extra layer of stress to our already busy lives. Finding support with nutraMetrix TLS ACTS Adrenal, Cortisol, Thyroid & Stress Support Formula is your secret weapon to not only help you survive but thrive during the holidays. Let’s explore how this formula, tailored to act as an adaptogen helping your body to appropriately respond to stress placed on it, can be your go-to option in the face of seasonal pressures.
Understanding the Impact of Holiday Stress:
Amidst the joy and festivities, the holidays unleash a whirlwind of activities, social gatherings, and increased expectations, contributing to heightened tension. Navigating through this bustling season can elevate stress levels, triggering the familiar “fight or flight” response. This is where TLS ACTS steps in to support you on your journey.
Cortisol Support for Well-Being:
Holiday stress often leads to elevated cortisol levels, impacting our energy, mood, and even our waistlines. TLS ACTS, with its unique blend of Holy Basil and Ashwagandha, functions as a natural adaptogen, specifically designed to promote healthy cortisol levels during this season. This means it aids your body in adapting to stress, helping you tackle holiday demands with resilience and composure.
Benefits Tailored for the Holidays:
Cortisol Level Support: Holiday stress can lead to occasional fatigue. Cortisol levels have a direct relationship with the thyroid, and they act synergistically with one another. Cortisol assists the thyroid hormone in working more efficiently. The correct amount of cortisol – not too high or too low – supports normal thyroid function. When cortisol gets too high, triggered by the adrenal glands’ response to unwanted stress, it causes a delayed or absent response from the tissues to the thyroid hormone signal. This absent or delayed response from the tissues causes resistance from the thyroid hormone receptors. When cortisol gets too high, and this resistance occurs, it requires more hormones to create the same effect. That’s why elevated stress, which elevates cortisol levels, leads to a sluggish feeling. The hormones aren’t allowed to work at optimal levels. Every cell in the body has receptors for both cortisol and thyroid and nearly every cellular process requires an optimal functioning thyroid. nutraMetrix TLS ACTS helps ensure you remain energized for the festive celebrations.
Weight Management: Whenever we are under stress, our bodies release certain hormones by the adrenal gland — adrenalin and cortisol, cortisol being the primary stress hormone. Cortisol is a potent signal to do two things — increase appetite and store fat. Increased cortisol in our body tells our brain that we’re hungry, while at the same time telling our fat cells to store and hold onto as much fat as they can. nutraMetrix TLS ACTS is a natural dietary supplement designed to help the body adapt to stress, promoting healthy levels of cortisol while supporting and stabilizing mood, and supporting thyroid function.
Emotional Well-Being: Maintain a joyful spirit amidst holiday stress with TLS ACTS. It helps stabilize mood and emotional responses and fosters relaxation without drowsiness—ideal for navigating family gatherings and social events.
The Ultimate Gift to Yourself: Picture a holiday season where you not only survive but truly savor every moment. TLS ACTS is your gift to yourself, offering a natural and effective way to help adapt to stress, support your mood, and maintain a healthy balance during this festive time.
As the holiday stress looms, prioritize your well-being with nutraMetrix TLS ACTS Adrenal, Cortisol, Thyroid & Stress Support Formula. Unwind and thrive—because you deserve to make the most of this joyous season!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product(s) is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.