Brain health: Increasing dopamine and reducing cortisol hormone through Laminine
Stress and depression are induced by several physical and emotional factors. Although the root cause of depression remains unknown, we do know that when the stress hormone cortisol increases, glucocorticoid is released in our body. This is the body’s response in order to tolerate stress. In spite of the fact that stress can be good, prolonged exposure can lead to a myriad of sickness.
One of its side effects is an increase in blood sugar that causes to suppress the immune system. As a result, the body’s ability to control inflammation is compromised. In addition, it can also encourage osteoporosis, slows down wound healing, as well as increased abdominal fat. Consequently, stress and a depressive mood are relatable, but the outcome is the same.
The saying that stress can kill is true in the sense that it can, slowly. Evidently, cortisol is usually higher in the morning and low at night. A natural way to combat stress is by taking Laminine. It contains naturally occurring Fibroblast Growth Factor derived from partially incubated eggs.
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LPGN research on reducing stress
A study clearly indicated that Laminine can help regulate cortisol while increasing dopamine levels in the body when taken regularly. As a result, the effects were seen in as short as 12-days of taking Laminine. However, results may vary and an increase in dosage is recommended, depending on the body’s overall condition.
In the experiment, 28 subjects, 16 women and 12 men, between the ages of 36 and 83 took part in the study. The salivary cortisol level content of participants was measured. Overall, the cortisol levels were reduced by an average of 23.7 percent. Those that started on a higher intake of Laminine were 16 participants. They took four capsules, twice a day. The 12 participants started on one capsule twice per day. (See complete summary)
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“High levels of cortisol accelerate the aging process. In a recent study, we discovered a 23% reduction of cortisol levels in individuals after 12 days of taking Laminine.“Dr. Bjodne Eskeland, LGPN Nutritional Adviser