Your Heart's Worst Enemy
Do you realize that stress damages your heart every single day?
The fact is that excessive stress hormone can make the heart beat harder and cause shear stress throughout the entire cardiovascular system.
When elevated cortisol, or stress hormone, makes the heart beat harder, it pushes blood through the entire vascular system much more forcefully than is needed. With each beat, this extra force puts more strain on every part of the vascular system, with the surrounding tissue becoming tenser to support it.
When this happens, the blood is also forced back to the heart at an elevated rate causing it to be even more stressed. This leads to a heightened need for the right nutrition to repair and help deal with the subsequent inflammation.
Heart Disease & High Blood Pressure
Not only does this condition contribute to the complex syndrome of heart disease, but it is also a huge contributor to the development of high blood pressure.
As with all chronic diseases that share the common component of inflammation, it is only a matter of time before one disease expands into another, and that the body is continuously losing control.
This spiraling into multiple chronic syndromes is caused by of a loss of homeostasis, the body’s innate ability to regulate the internal processes that is needed to maintain vibrant health.
What Can You Do?
In order to get to the root of the problem, you have to reduce excessive stress hormone. This is why we formulate with adaptogenic herbs, as they have historically been found to reduce stress hormone.
Inner Peace contains adaptogenic herbs such as rhodiola and ashwagandha that can help you to recover from a stress response and regain homeostasis.
Reducing stress hormone levels is one of the most natural ways to make a positive impact on your heart health and overall well-being.
When you consider that the first symptom of heart disease is a heart attack, it is very important that you deal with this situation now...before it's too late!