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NAD Brain Refuel™ for Chronic Stress: Solutions for the Overworked

This time of year, many of us recognize that we are overworked and burnt-out.  NAD Brain Refuel™ for chronic stress is an ideal solution for the overworked and burnt-out, because it helps the brain and body to normalize stress levels and recharge on a biochemical, cellular level. This better enables someone to make the lifestyle changes necessary for better overall stress management. NAD Brain Refuel™ for chronic stress is an ideal solution, because it helps the body normalize stress levels and recharge on a biochemical, cellular level.

Periodic stress can be a good thing. It can help us meet a deadline and enhance our performance or problem-solving skills. But chronic stress can have debilitating effects on our psychological and physical well-being. In fact the medical community recognizes that 60 – 90% of all illnesses are stress-related. LSU Health New Orleans  states that stress can lead to health problems such as weight gain, high blood pressure, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, anxiety, and depression. Chronic stress is persistent and exists over a longer period of time. It can become so overwhelming that a person feels they never get a break from it. Overtime, this type of stress can alter the chemistry of the brain, making it even harder to find relief.

NAD Brain Refuel™ for chronic stress utilizes NAD Therapy (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and co-factors) and FastVitaminIV™ to work quickly to calm, restore and optimize the brain and body.

Some other key lifestyle strategies to adopt along with NAD Brain Refuel™for chronic stress :

  1. You can’t avoid all of the stressful triggers in your life. Which is why it’s important to identify the things that cause you the most stress and decide which ones need to be dealt with and which situations should be avoided. Keep in mind that overtime, as you become healthier, this list will change.
  2. Adjust the attitude. Being optimistic about a situation enhances your abilities to cope with it. There’s also truth to the notion that negativity and positivity are contagious, so decide which one you want to emit.
  3. Setting limits is crucial. Decide how you want to prioritize your day, week, even life, and cut back on projects or obligations that are non-essential or burdensome. This is especially important for those who feel they never leave work. Figure our times of the day that you turn off that phone at a set time each night or don’t check email.
  4. Having a life outside of work can make you a better worker by strengthening your ability to cope. Someone who works 90 hours a week isn’t always more productive in the long-run than someone who works 50. Set some work/life balance goals and work towards those.
  5. Take a look at those daily habits. Eating healthy, exercising and getting quality sleep are vital to keep stress levels in check and managing stressful situations. Make these changes a priority.

For those already enjoying their best life in recovery, here are this month’s suggestions for healthy living in New Orleans:

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