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Stress & anxiety levels are on the rise in the US

According to the American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) poll published less than a year ago (May 2018), stress levels are on the rise. Many Americans are suffering from moderate to high stress, with 40% reporting that their stress levels have increased over the past year.

“This poll shows American adults are increasingly anxious, particularly about health, safety, and finances. This increased stress and anxiety can significantly impact many aspects of peoples’ lives, including their mental health and that of their families,” said APA President Anita Everett, M.D. (1)

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Stress & anxiety levels are on the rise in the US

According to the American Psychiatric Association’s (APA) poll published less than a year ago (May 2018), stress levels are on the rise. Many Americans are suffering from moderate to high stress, with 40% reporting that their stress levels have increased over the past year.

“This poll shows American adults are increasingly anxious, particularly about health, safety, and finances. This increased stress and anxiety can significantly impact many aspects of peoples’ lives, including their mental health and that of their families,” said APA President Anita Everett, M.D. (1)

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You’ve probably heard it said many times that chronic stress can take a toll on the body.

But what is chronic stress?

According to the American Institute of Stress, chronic stress is the stress we all experience from the pressure of paying bills, raising kids, stress at work, getting stuck in long commutes, taking care of elderly parents. Examples are everywhere (2).

Add to that the fear felt by many people of losing their job or their medical insurance, the rising cost of living, a shaky health situation, or growing housing costs, and you can understand how the stress in our lives becomes a bit too much. People tend to ignore chronic stress, not knowing that this condition is exactly what hurts the immune system and makes people sick (3).

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Is it really true that chronic stress makes us sick? How does that work?

This is what happens to the body when a person is under chronic stress

According to Mayo Clinic experts, when a person feels stressed for any reason, the hypothalamus, a small part of the brain, lights up and triggers an alarm system in the body. This alarm starts a chain reaction that make the adrenal gland (tiny gland above the kidney) release hormones, such as cortisol and adrenaline, which increase blood pressure, heart rate, and sugar levels in the bloodstream. This “fight or flight mode” reflex gives us the ability to respond quickly to the threat, either by running away or fighting back.

In a normal situation, when the source of stress is eliminated, your body and brain go back to normal. However in the case of chronic stress, your body remains in chronic fight or flight mode, and that is a real problem (4).

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Is it really true that chronic stress makes us sick? How does that work?

This is what happens to the body when a person is under chronic stress

According to Mayo Clinic experts, when a person feels stressed for any reason, the hypothalamus, a small part of the brain, lights up and triggers an alarm system in the body. This alarm starts a chain reaction that make the adrenal gland (tiny gland above the kidney) release hormones, such as cortisol and adrenaline, which increase blood pressure, heart rate, and sugar levels in the bloodstream. This “fight or flight mode” reflex gives us the ability to respond quickly to the threat, either by running away or fighting back.

In a normal situation, when the source of stress is eliminated, your body and brain go back to normal. However in the case of chronic stress, your body remains in chronic fight or flight mode, and that is a real problem (4).

What are the effects of long-term stress on our body?

According to the American Psycological Association, ongoing chronic stress can trigger or intensify many serious health problems, including (quoting directly):

According to the American Psycological Association, ongoing chronic stress can trigger or intensify many serious health problems, including (quoting directly):

  • Mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, and personality disorders
  • Cardiovascular disease, including heart disease, high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart attacks, and stroke
  • Obesity and other eating disorders
  • Menstrual problems
  • Sexual dysfunction, such as impotence and premature ejaculation in men and loss of sexual desire in both men and women
  • Skin and hair problems, such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, and permanent hair loss
  • Gastrointestinal problems, such as GERD, gastritis, ulcerative colitis, and irritable colon

If you take another look at the above list of chronic stress related health issues, you can easily see that the vast majority of reasons people find themselves at the doctor today can be connected to untreated chronic stress which triggered a much larger physical problem. This is why physicians see chronic stress as the source of many illnesses and why it is so important to reduce chronic stress and take your body out of the chronic stress mode.

In a normal situation, when the source of stress is eliminated, your body and brain go back to normal. However in the case of chronic stress, your body remains in chronic fight or flight mode, and that is a real problem (4).

What can people do in order to reduce their stress level?

Many people today turn to anti-depressants…

Primary care physicians prescribe anti-depressants for conditions that can be age related only. As a result of that 30% of middle to upper income white women between the ages of 40 to 60 are taking anti-depressants.

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, about 13% of Americans (tens of millions of people) are currently taking anti-depressants. This is not an insignificant number and represents a hike of 65% as compared to 10 years ago. The rate varies among different groups as follows: The rate of anti-depressants use among white Americans is double that of non-white Americans; woman use them more than men; and for people aged 60+ the rate goes up to 19% (6).

A significant number of people who take anti-depressants have been doing so for over 10 years. Many find it hard to quit taking these pills, because of withdrawal symptoms that occur when trying to get off the medications (7).

If you think taking anti-depressants is good for you…Think again!!!

HERE’S WHY TAKING ANTI- DEPRESSANTS OVER YEARS IS NOT GOOD FOR YOU!

People might think taking anti-depressants is a magical way to feel good, but the truth is that taking anti-depressants over years induces many substantial side effects that reduce overall wellness.

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Primary care physicians prescribe anti-depressants for conditions that can be age related only. As a result of that 30% of middle to upper income white women between the ages of 40 to 60 are taking anti-depressants.

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, about 13% of Americans (tens of millions of people) are currently taking anti-depressants. This is not an insignificant number and represents a hike of 65% as compared to 10 years ago. The rate varies among different groups as follows: The rate of anti-depressants use among white Americans is double that of non-white Americans; woman use them more than men; and for people aged 60+ the rate goes up to 19% (6).

A significant number of people who take anti-depressants have been doing so for over 10 years. Many find it hard to quit taking these pills, because of withdrawal symptoms that occur when trying to get off the medications (7).

If you think taking anti-depressants is good for you…Think again!!!

HERE’S WHY TAKING ANTI- DEPRESSANTS OVER YEARS IS NOT GOOD FOR YOU!

People might think taking anti-depressants is a magical way to feel good, but the truth is that taking anti-depressants over years induces many substantial side effects that reduce overall wellness.

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Here’s just one example:

The connection between taking anti-depressants and a healthy sex life

Our sex life is part of our vitality and wellbeing – an important aspect of our ability to connect with others and create meaningful, deep connection with our partners. See what the Mayo Clinic has to say about the connection between anti-depressants and female sexuality:

Yes, taking anti-depressants has a direct effect on our ability to enjoy the most basic things in life.

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Is this unique for women? No, the same findings have been demonstrated for both men and women. A poll taken among people using anti-depressants revealed that over 70% reported that their sexuality was compromised.

Is this the only side effect? Absolutly not!

Here is a list of side effects caused by anti-depressants

The medical journal, Patient Preference and Adherence, interviewed people who had taken anti-depressants over the course of many years. They reported the following side effects: (8,9)

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Sweating
  • Diarrhea
  • Suicidal feelings
  • Drowsiness
  • Apathy about other people
  • Sexual problems (reported by 72% of respondents)
  • Emotional numbness
  • Anxiety
  • Having fewer positive feelings.
  • Weight gain (as much as 3% of body weight annually, according to research in Australia)

Already in 2004 the FDA asked manufacturers of anti-depressants to add a package warning indicating that using anti-depressants increases the chance of suicidal feelings. This was after a study of 100,000 participants that revealed the rate of suicidal feelings among young people who took anti-depressants to be double that of those who took a placebo (10).

Since the reason people take anti-depressants is to avoid unpleasant feelings and reduce stress and illness, what is the point of taking them if they actually increase the chance of having suicidal feelings?!? Why take something that can make us gain weight every year, precipitate emotional numbness, render us less caring about others, and reduce our ability to communicate with other people?

At this point you are probably thinking: “because it is the only available solution.”
Or: “This is what the doctor gave me.”

Doctors prescribe drugs. That is their job. If you come to a doctor with a problem, he or she will usually immediately think about what drug could be prescribed in order to help you. Now, we are NOT against drugs when they are needed, and you might certainly need to be taking medication. Only your doctor is sufficiently familiar with your medical condition and history to decide whether to prescribe or stop your medication. So if you are currently taking prescription medication, please DO NOT discontinue it before speaking to your doctor and obtaining his or her approval. But having said that, please think about this:

If the cause of your depression, anxiety or other health issues is
“chronic stress,”
then why not use “chronic calm,” the opposite of chronic stress, to interrupt
the chain reaction of chronic stress?

Now you are probably asking yourself: “Chronic calm? How do I achieve chronic calm?” The answer is very simple: you can create long periods of calm during your day, and these lengthy blocks of calm will bring you to a state of chronic calm. This positive state of mind can help interrupt the physical mechanism of chronic stress and help you feel so much better.

OK, SO HOW DO I DO THAT?

For years the most unharmful way to reduce stress and anxiety and promote wellness was and still is – meditation.

According to an article published in WebMD, meditation has tremendous benefit for stress management and overall health. People who meditate for 10-20 minutes every day are able to reduce stress and anxiety and improve their cardiovascular health and more (11).

FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS THE MOST NATURAL WAY TO REDUCE STRESS WAS

AND STILL IS MEDITATION

Meditations has tremendous benefits for stress management and overall health. Think of your body as a “community” of 50 trillion living cells. While each “citizen” (cell) is a conscious, living, breathing, sentient being, interacting with all other community members — they are also part of the much bigger, much more wonderfully complex “whole. ”When your cellular community is in harmony, you are healthy. When in disharmony, the door opens to disease.

How does meditation
help you?

Let us assume that we cannot change reality. Paying bills is a must, otherwise we have no services; raising kids (if you have kids) can be stressful; and our work can be stressful at times or even a large portion of the time. While we cannot change the reality around us, we can change our own feelings and reactions to that reality. Meditation can help us build inner balance and emotional resilience.

How exactly does meditation function?

Dr. Gary Kaplan, a neurologist at “Pro Health” in New York, explains how meditation works on our brain:

Does meditation really work? Is there any scientific evidence for that?

The answer is: MEDITATION WORKS, and it is scientifically proven!!!

In November 2018 the Harvard Gazette published research performed by neurologists from Harvard School of Medicine and physicians from Boston University and Massachusetts General Hospital, and the results were outstanding. The brains of people who meditated 30 minutes per day for 8 weeks were scanned prior to and after the said 8 week period, as were those of a control group that did not meditate. The results showed that the group that meditated had actually managed to change their brain function and develop mental resilience. Their reactions to positive, negative, and neutral images were less emotional than before they had practiced meditation. The effect was observed not only during meditation but occurred even at times when people did not meditate. The change was visible in the amygdale, the section of the brain that is responsible for emotions. Practicing meditation decreased the activity of the amygdale, making people more resilient in the face of disturbing images.

The report also indicated that people became more compassionate to others after practicing compassion meditation. Brain scans showed that when shown negative images of human suffering, subjects responded more emotionally than before practicing meditation. Dr. Gaëlle Desbordes, who supervised the brain scans said: “Increased amygdala activation was also correlated with decreased depression scores in the compassion meditation group, which suggests that having more compassion towards others may also be beneficial for oneself.

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CREDIT: Published by Gaelle Desbordes at Harvard Gazette

Dr. Gary Kaplan, a neurologist at “Pro Health” in New York, explains how meditation works on our brain:

Does meditation really work? Is there any scientific evidence for that?

The answer is: MEDITATION WORKS, and it is scientifically proven!!!

Before meditation After meditation Image

CREDIT: Published by Gaelle Desbordes at Harvard Gazette

In November 2018 the Harvard Gazette published research performed by neurologists from Harvard School of Medicine and physicians from Boston University and Massachusetts General Hospital, and the results were outstanding. The brains of people who meditated 30 minutes per day for 8 weeks were scanned prior to and after the said 8 week period, as were those of a control group that did not meditate. The results showed that the group that meditated had actually managed to change their brain function and develop mental resilience. Their reactions to positive, negative, and neutral images were less emotional than before they had practiced meditation. The effect was observed not only during meditation but occurred even at times when people did not meditate. The change was visible in the amygdale, the section of the brain that is responsible for emotions. Practicing meditation decreased the activity of the amygdale, making people more resilient in the face of disturbing images.

The report also indicated that people became more compassionate to others after practicing compassion meditation. Brain scans showed that when shown negative images of human suffering, subjects responded more emotionally than before practicing meditation. Dr. Gaëlle Desbordes, who supervised the brain scans said: “Increased amygdala activation was also correlated with decreased depression scores in the compassion meditation group, which suggests that having more compassion towards others may also be beneficial for oneself.

Another positive function of meditation is to increase levels of GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid),

the main neurotransmitter in our brain that controls the feeling of inner balance. According to Ilene Ruhoy, M.D., Ph.D., low GABA activity is linked to depression and anxiety (19, 20, 21, 22), while increased levels of GABA reduce anxiety, stress, and depression and improve our sense of inner well-being. A 2010 study by psychiatrists at the Boston University School of Medicine showed a 27% increase of GABA activity in the brain after 60 minutes of practicing meditation (13).

To summarize: Meditation engenders a state of deep relaxation in which our breathing, pulse rate, blood pressure, and amygdala activity are decreased, while GABA activity is increased. This enables the mind to stay calm, focused, and clear, even when chronic stress surrounds us. The impact of chronic stress is reduced, because we have a protection mechanism. Meditation enables us to avoid setting off the “flight or fight” alarm reflex.

At this point you’re probably wondering how many people actually meditate?

Well, there are no accurate numbers, but it is estimated that over 90% of people in the USA and around the world do not meditate at all! (14)

And even among those who do meditate, they do not always manage to do so on a regular, daily basis.

Why don’t more people meditate?

The answer is pretty simple: People do not have the time and energy to practice meditation on a daily basis, because:

People see
meditation as:

Creating a new habit is hard, and maintaining that habit is even harder!

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    Requiring the learning of specific techniques.

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WHAT EXACTLY IS MEDITATE?

Meditate is a special essential oil proprietary blend formula that contains the all-natural essential oils of 10 herbs. It consists of nothing besides that. No chemicals. No artificial ingredients. No artificial scents, water, alcohol, or any lab-based ingredient.

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salvia sclarea (sage)

2

boswellia carteri (frankincense)

3

pogostemon patchouli (patchouli)

4

citrus bergamia (bergamot)

5

santalum album (sandalwood)

6

aniba roseadora var. amazonica (rosewood)

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melissa officianlis (lemon balm)

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myrtus communis (myrtle)

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citrus aurantium var. amara (neroli)

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citrus limon (lemon peel)

1

salvia sclarea (sage)

2

boswellia carteri (frankincense)

3

pogostemon patchouli (patchouli)

4

citrus bergamia (bergamot)

5

santalum album (sandalwood)

6

aniba roseadora var. amazonica (rosewood)

7

melissa officianlis (lemon balm)

8

myrtus communis (myrtle)

9

citrus aurantium var. amara (neroli)

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citrus limon (lemon peel)

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HOW CAN MEDITATE HELP PEOPLE WHO ALREADY MEDITATE ON A REGULAR BASIS?

The ingredients of Meditate like sage, frankincense, or myrtus communis have been in use for thousands of years in spiritual temples all over the world and even mentioned in the Bible as spiritual herbs that were used in the Hebrew Temple in Jerusalem, because they give a major boost to every meditation or prayer! No matter how many times a week you meditate, and even if it is every day or twice a day, or only once a week, use Meditate on a daily basis according to the recommended dosage and see how it boosts the effect of your meditation and makes it more profound. Not to mention the other supportive benefits of taking this formula as a supplement on a regular basis. Just keep taking it on a daily basis according to the instructions, and do not stop after once or twice, because consistency is important.

HOW CAN MEDITATE HELP PEOPLE WHO NEVER HAVE TIME TO MEDITATE?

If you read the ingredient list and do a brief Google search, you will find at least 100 reason to use this product. For example, just Google “the benefits of using lemon essential oil” (or patchouli, or frankincense, etc.), and you will find at least 10 benefits for each of the ingredients. This is why using this special supplement on a daily basis can help you support clarity, inner focus, calmness, and more. You will also see that using those herbs supports your body and mind in a similar way that meditation does. We still recommend to meditate at least once a day, if it is possible, even for 20 minutes, but we know people are busy today and life is demanding. If you are one of the 90% of people who do not have time to meditate, at least you can take Meditate as a generic health and wellness supportive supplement to boost your health and mental wellness. See it as a generic supplement and take advantage of the amazing all-natural ingredients of this supplement. Just keep taking it on a daily basis, according to the instructions. Do not stop after once or twice, because consistency is important.

WHY USE ESSENTIAL OIL BLEND AND IS IT TASTY?

People who use essential oils know that they are not tasty at all, yet they choose to replace regular, non-natural supplements with more expensive essential oil blends. If you are hesitant about taking essential oil because you do not like the taste, smell, or texture, or you think it is expensive, remember: Prozac or Zoloft or Paxil are not tasty at all. The benefits of using essential oils, and not synthetic supplements, is the extra real support those amazing essential oils give you. Chemical based products, generally help reduce symptoms of one issue, but then they often create other side effects. It is difficult for the body to absorb chemicals and often better not to take synthetic supplements than to take them. When you use essential oils on a daily basis as a supplement, you support your body with natural ingredients that help your general health and mental wellness, because plants (the good plants of course) are full of health and wellness benefits. This is why more and more people are increasingly buying essential oil blends. Not many supplement providers base their products on essential oil, because these products are expensive to produce. Quality supplement providers want to offer their customers the best products, and those are based on essential oils.

HOW DO I USE MEDITATE?

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How does this unique formula work?

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years to promote wellness and emotional balance. Top herbalists blended those same essential oils as ingredients in this outstanding formula in order to help people who do not have time to meditate on a regular basis to promote their inner balance.

The effects of these essential oils on the body and mind are similar to the effect of meditation in the sense that they reduce heart rate and blood flow and mildly increase GABA activity in the brain. This is similar to the effect of meditation and without any of the negative side effect of putting chemicals into the body. The advantage of Meditate is that it is a safe, all-natural formula that will not cause side effects and has considerable positive health bonuses to support your body in so many ways.

The following is a list of each ingredient and its specific effect on the body and mind:

We can talk about the Meditate formula endlessly, because the health and wellness benefits of using essential oils in general, and particularly the herbs of this blend, are outstanding. If you undertake further inquiry into the benefits of each of the plants in this blend, you will find that each of the ingredients in this unique essential oil blend has a place of honor, even when it stands alone. Using all of these ingredients in one supplement is a major health and wellness gift you give yourself on so many levels.

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