AdrenaCell™ - An Adrenal Fatigue Supplement To Support Healthy Adrenal Function
AdrenaCell™ is a fast-acting adrenal fatigue supplement that works.
It contains only the highest doses of highly effective ingredients, scientifically SHOWN to support:
- Stress & anxiety relief
- Healthy response to adrenal fatigue
- Overall adrenal gland health
- Healthy sleep & energy levels
Chronic stress isn’t healthy.
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Effective, Fast-Acting Support For Stress, Anxiety & Negative Mood
Your adrenal gland plays a crucial role in your body - it produces the essential hormones cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenaline. Cortisol (or “the stress hormone”) is produced when you’re under stress. If you’re exposed to repeated stress (from life, work or unhealthy habits), your adrenal glands become depleted of cortisol.
This is called adrenal fatigue, and causes a whole range of problems: horrible sleep, low energy, exhaustion, excessive anxiety or stress, lack of concentration, weight gain, weakened immune system and a lot more…
AdrenaCell™ is an extremely effective adrenal fatigue supplement that can help. It contains ultra-powerful ingredients, scientifically SHOWN to support a healthy response to stress and adrenal fatigue and overall adrenal gland health.
You’ll get high doses of potent adaptogen herbs like KSM-66 Ashwagandha, Rhodiola Rosea, Siberian Ginseng, and Maca known to support stress relief and balanced cortisol when you need it most. It also provides essential Vitamins B5,B6,B12 & C - critical for the coenzymes involved in the healthy production of cortisol.
Combined, these scientifically proven ingredients make AdrenaCell™ one of the most effective adrenal fatigue supplements on the market!
More Energy, Rest & Mental Clarity - Throughout The Day!
Your adrenal gland plays a huge role in your feelings of vitality and well-being. Not only do the herbs and vitamins in AdrenaCell™ provide a healthy response to adrenal fatigue, they alse promote your energy levels, rest and mental clarity.
You’ll also get magnesium - an essential substance to help maintaining your energy levels. Some studies suggest nearly 75% of Americans might be deficient in this vital substance, causing fatigue, negative mood and lack of energy.
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A Look at Adrenal Fatigue
People with poorly working adrenal glands are susceptible to an array of health related issues. This is largely because of inefficient hormonal balances. One of the underlying causes of adrenal fatigue is likely to be chronic stress caused by hormonal imbalances.
Under stressful situations such as those brought on by work, family situations, or in response to fight and flight stimulations, a fatigued adrenal gland is unable to respond to hormonal signals quickly or efficiently. This means that it may not secrete hormones in a timely manner or in an adequate amount.
One of the main signs of adrenal fatigue is overwhelming tiredness. This can make it very difficult to get out of the bed in the morning; this fatigue may continue throughout the day. This can obviously have a severe effect on your work life balance and general wellbeing. In addition to general fatigue, men and women with this condition often have poor moods and may find it difficult to think clearly and complete daily tasks.
Adrenal fatigue is thought to be a consequence of having tired poorly functioning adrenal (and other) glands. This means that the adrenals are not able to receive signals in an efficient manner and are not able to release messenger hormones effectively themselves. This can lead to a lack of hormonal balance (homeostasis). As hormones are involved in the control of glucose regulation, mood and cognition, and responses to stress it is not surprising that an imbalance can lead to a multitude of issues derogatory to one's health.
Some of the commonly seen symptoms in people suffering from adrenal fatigue include nervousness, lightheadedness, disturbed sleep, aches, poor digestion, weight loss, altered blood pressure, and general fatigue. Some people even report skin discoloration.
The adrenal glands (suprarenal glands) are located just above the kidneys. As a major endocrine gland, each one is involved in the production and secretion of numerous important hormones. These include adrenaline, cortisol, and aldosterone. Understanding what these key hormones are responsible for in the body helps us to understand why adrenal fatigue can have such a negative impact on the body.
- The corticosteroid aldosterone is involved in salt balance and the control of blood volume.
- Cortisol influences the metabolism of fats, glucose, and proteins.
- Adrenaline and noradrenaline are involved in the body’s response to emergency situations; their release can trigger increased heart rate and breathing, and can constrict blood vessels.
- In males, the adrenal gland also produces sex hormones such as the androgens DHEA.
Given the importance of the hormones mentioned above, it is no surprise to learn that having a healthy adrenal system is very important for one's overall health. The ingredients in our Adrenal Fatigue Supplement have been carefully chosen to offer support to adrenal gland function and health. The core components of our VitaMonk AdrenaCell™ product are KSM-66 Ashwagandha, Rhodiola Rosea, Siberian Ginseng, Maca, magnesium, and Vitamins B5, B6, B12, & C.
Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera; Winter Cherry)
The ashwagandha herb is also known as Indian Ginseng. Its roots are traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine . The plant is thought to have neuroprotective properties and to help support virility and to confer a healthy response to anxiety and stress.
The roots of the plants are rich in bioactive steroidal lactones such as withanone, withanolides, and withaferin, and in catechins, phenolic acids, and numerous polysaccharides [2, 3].
The levels of corticosteroids increase under stressful situations. Supplementation with an aqueous ashwagandha extract has been reported to help support healthy levels of cortisol release under stress in humans , and to support cognition and psychomotor movement activity .
Rhodiola Rosea (Golden Root, Aaron's Rod)
This plant is an adaptogen (herbs and mushrooms that are thought to support adrenal system health), and is a core ingredient in many traditional Chinese, Scandinavian, and Russian medicines.
The main bioactive compounds found in Rhodiola Rosea are tyrosol, salidroside, rosavins, phenolics, viridoside, and lotaustralin .
This plant is thought to support healthy aging , and to enhance general well-being. It may help to support the body from symptoms of fatigue, tiredness, and physical exhaustion during low intensity work activities and exercises . It is thought to do this through supporting a healthy response to stress. It has also been reported to help maintain healthy cognition levels during stressful mental activities such as student examinations and tests .
Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus Senticosus)
Thus adaptogenic herb is reported to support work capacity, mental performance, the body’s response to stress, and to help maintain a healthy immune system.
It has long been used in traditional Chinese medicines and is thought to share many similar health related benefits as the true ‘Panax’ ginseng. Its main bioactives are eleutherosides, lignans, sesamin, quercetin, and ciwujianosides .
The Eleutheroside E and glucosides found in Siberian Ginseng may help to support performance and to help lower the impacts of fatigue . A small clinical trial suggested that the use of Siberian Ginseng might help to support moderate conditions of chronic fatigue in humans .
Maca (Lepidium Meyenii)
This cruciferous vegetable is well known for its aphrodisiac properties . In its native Peru it is used in traditional medications in the support of fertility. It is rich in the following bioactives: macaridine, macaenes, lepidine, glucosinolates, Beta-Sitosterol, Vitamins C, riboflavin, and, thiamine, and minerals such as copper, potassium, zinc, and calcium [13, 14].
As an adaptogen, Maca is likely to support a healthy balance of hormones under stressful conditions.
Essential Vitamins and Minerals
VitaMonk AdrenaCell contains the following essential nutrients thought to help with adrenal fatigue.
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)
As with other B vitamins, B5 plays an important role in the production of energy via its role in the carbohydrate metabolism. It is a core component of Co-enzyme A. This enzyme is very important for fat oxidation processes during exercise .
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
This water-soluble vitamin is converted into pyridoxal 5'-phosphate (PLP) in the liver. Cellular concentrations of PLP are thought to have a direct effect upon levels of corticosteroids .
Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin)
This vitamin is essential for brain and nervous system function. It also has a major role in red blood cell formation, DNA synthesis, and energy production . It plays a role as a coenzyme in three major types of enzymes: Isomerases, Dehalogenases, and Methyltransferases. Vitamin B12 is also thought to be involved in the support of liver health and the immune response.
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
This vitamin is known to have powerful antioxidant properties. It is required for numerous enzymatic functions and is essential for neurotransmitters such as dopamine and adrenaline.
In addition to adrenalin, vitamin C also plays an important role in the turnover and secretion of cortisol .
Magnesium (magnesium citrate)
Magnesium (Mg) is an important electrolyte essential for human function. Maintaining adequate levels of Mg is important for numerous biological processes and for the maintenance of cardiovascular, brain, bone, and muscle health.
The administration of magnesium supplements are associated with the support of cortisol levels in athletes .
- Pacific College of Oriental Medicine: Traditional Chinese Medicine Helpful for Adrenal Fatigue: Diet Yin and Yang / Acupuncture relief
Scientific Abstracts, Citations, Reviews, and References
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 Doctor Zhao et al. Withanolide derivatives from the roots of Withania somnifera and their neurite outgrowth activities. Chem Pharm Bull (Tokyo). 2002 Jun;50(6):760-5.
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What is Adrenal Fatigue? This term is used to describe underactive and tired adrenal glands.
What are the common symptoms associated with Adrenal Fatigue?
Some of the more common symptoms found include tiredness and incorrect hormonal balances, which may result in things such as craving food, disrupted urination patterns, and unhealthy blood pressure levels.
I think I may have Adrenal Fatigue, what signs should I look for?
You may have adrenal fatigue if you find it difficult to get up in the morning, feel fatigued throughout the day, handle stressful situations badly, have a poor immune system, crave salts, need to drink lots of coffee to benefit from its stimulatory effect, and seem to have more energy in the evening (which may lead to disrupted sleep patterns).
What is the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Adrenal axis and how does it relate to Adrenal fatigue?
This is the term that is used to describe the biological interactions between the pituitary and adrenal gland and the hypothalamus in the brain.
Stress is initially detected in the brain at the hypothalamus. This signals release of the Corticotropin Secreting Hormone (CRH). When the pituitary gland receives the message from this hormone, it releases a hormone known as Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH), which stimulates action by the adrenal glands.
If the adrenal glands are fatigued then they are unable to respond as well to all of the biological signals they receive. This in turn means that the adrenal gland does not secrete the necessary signals required by the body for hormonal balance.
In addition to taking an adrenal supplement, are there any foods that I can add to my diet to help support recovery from adrenal fatigue?
It is a good idea to eat plenty of fats and proteins, and to avoid sugars. You may wish to eat more fish, meat, organs such as liver, bone broth, eggs, seaweed, whole grains, vegetables, avocado, nuts, seeds, non-alcoholic fermented drinks such as kvass and kombucha, and dairy products.
Try to avoid fruits high in sugar, fast and processed foods, refined grains, coffee, and dried fruits.
Also try to drink plenty of water to maintain good hydration.
Can I still drink coffee?
Unfortunately caffeine acts to stimulate the adrenals. Although this may at first seem beneficial it can add undue stress to your glands, which may also build up a resistance to such stimulants and result in poor adrenal response. For this reason you may wish to also avoid caffeinated drinks such a soda.
What is the recommended dosage when taking the VitaMonk AdrenaCell™ Adrenal Fatigue Supplement?
The recommended serving dose is two capsules. Every tub of AdrenaCell contains 60 servings.
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