Definition: a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.

There is much that can be done about anxiety by handling nutritional deficiencies. Stress can rob your body of essential vitamins.

We always recommend you take the approach of building health.

“We need to shift our focus from treating disease to generating health…” Hippocrates “The Father of Medicine” 460 BC – 380 BC)

B Vitamins are essential, mostly B1  But you need other B vitamins – taking isolated B vitamins will not help. (Suggested is Natural Bs – Nutritional Yeast)

Vitamin C – a real whole food natural vitamin can be found in the Dr. Berg’s Vitamin C. This is not ascorbic acid (which is really just on part of the vitamins C complex) It is a food product that your body recognizes as food and assimilates.

Read about this superior form of Vitamin C Complex


Nervous energy and low tolerance to stress. What is needed to turn this around? Do you frequently get irritated and agitated? Do people often get on your nerves? Do you feel like there’s this energy buildup that can’t come out? Do you excessively worry? Have you been overthinking lately? If your answer to all of these is yes, then you might just have some adrenal issues.

Chronic Stress Adrenals and Anxiety

Anti-Stress Kit by Dr. Berg

Combination of the Adrenal & Cortisol Relief, the Dr. Berg’s Sleep Aid (Regular) and the Self Massage Tool.

Learn how to do acupressure on yourself using Dr. Berg’s specially designed device. This invention makes it easy to reduce stress and get into the best sleep of your life. Use it as a tripod to address different stress points on your body. This is the complete program which comes with an additional step-by-step video tutorial showing you how to reduce your stress, sleep soundly and feel great. The basic program comes with step-by-step instructions in a PDF document.

This Complete Program Includes online video tutorials.

Read more about the Anti-Stress Kit


For handling Anxiety in your life:

Discover the Secret of Being Calm
When Stressed with High Cortisol

Ongoing stress and anxiety can sabotage your confidence, give you a knotting feeling in the stomach, and impact your general well-being. Whenever that happens, we usually just keep on pushing through, when all that does is burn us out, drain our productivity, and lead to exhaustion

If you frequently find yourself feeling anxious or panicked, Dr. Berg can help you learn to stay calm and steer away from stress and high cortisol

Cortisol and adrenaline are the primary stress hormones that your adrenal glands produce.

The adrenal glands have an outside and an inside. The inside part of the adrenals is made up of neurological tissue—this is the part that releases adrenaline. The outside is made up of glandular tissue—this is the part that releases cortisol.

Both of these hormones help adapt your body to stress. The more stress you experience, the more your adrenal glands are activated and release stress hormones.

Your body does not handle prolonged stress well; it’s meant to handle short bursts of stress, not chronic stress.

The sympathetic nervous system is the part of your nervous system that handles your fight-or-flight mode. Your parasympathetic nervous system is the part of your nervous system that handles rest and digest mode.

Stress isn’t always a bad thing—it’s what helps you progress and adapt to life. However, getting stuck in chronic stress can cause many issues throughout the body.

The effects of stress can include:

• Poor sleep

• High heart rate

• High blood pressure

• Arterial inflammation

• Cortisol resistance

• Lowers immune function and inactivates the natural killer T-cells

• Increased cancer risk

• Poor memory

• Brain fog

• Increased risk of nutrient deficiencies (K+, B1, H+) (See Dr Berg’s Health Formulas)

• Alkalosis

• Breathing problems

• Catabolic effects (breakdown of muscle)

• Bone loss

• Poor kidney filtration

• Increased blood sugar

• High insulin

• Digestive issues, including ulcers

• Increased belly fat

• Low vitamin D

How to stay calm:

1. Do physical work or exercise

2. Stay in action

3. Take vitamin B1, vitamin D, magnesium, and potassium  (See Dr Berg’s Health Formulas)

4. Get on a Healthy Keto and intermittent fasting plan

5. Take herbal adaptogens

6. Do breathing exercises

7. Try acupressure stress extraction techniques (See Anti-Stress Kit)


Overview of Healthy Ketogenic Diet and Intermittent Fasting


We’ve had quite a few people report that they’ve benefited from doing this free eCourse. It is worth looking into.

Solutions to a Dangerous Environment


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