How adaptogens increase tolerance to stress?

Adaptogen is a term used to describe a metabolic regulator which increases the ability of an organism to adapt to environmental factors, and to avoid damage from such factors. Environmental factors can be either physiological (external), such as injury or aging, or psychological (internal), such as anxiety.

Adaptogens are a class of therapeutic substances that interact with stress response mediators involved in the regulation of homeostasis, energy metabolism and the immune system.

How adaptogens increase tolerance to stress?

Adaptogens are fruits or plants whose extracts decrease cellular sensitivity to stress in numerous ways that increase the ability to cope, tolerate, and adapt too many kinds of stress.

Humans have finely-tuned and balanced systems of bio-chemicals and cells that communicate through messengers (hormones, neurotransmitters, cytokines, and others). Each cell has receptors that enable the cell to receive these messengers, sense environmental changes, and send intracellular signals to nuclear DNA.

Adaptogens decrease cellular sensitivity to stress and increase stress resilience when the individual is exposed to different kinds of stressors, including emotional, physical, heat, chemical, toxic, infectious, malignant, etc
Recent studies with adaptogens, initially defined as substances that increase the “state of nonspecific resistance to stress,” suggest that they might be helpful, not only in stress induced mental and behavioral disorders (depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, bipolar disorders, etc.) but also in disorders associated with aging, including neurodegeneration, atherosclerosis and apoptosis (cell death).

The 43 different Xanthones in the Mangosteen fruit are an excellent source of helpful soldiers that help to maintain preserve our life. Mangoxan contains an abundance of the adaptogens in every 1oz/30ml serving providing you and family with a preservative free natural assistant.

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