The initial, short-lived phase is the body’s normal fight-or-flight response to danger, characterized by elevated cortisol levels. The subsequent resistance phase allows the body to continue buffering extended stress exposure, long after the initial fight-or-flight response has dissipated. Hormones released by the adrenals, such as cortisol and DHEA, help support the “resistance” reaction. Extended periods of stress not only burden the system, creating an imbalance in cortisol and DHEA production, but can result in mental and physical fatigue, nervous tension, irritability and poor memory—all of which are characteristic of stage 3. NuAdapt provides a unique blend of botanicals and nutrients that supports the stress response, improves cognition and in particular, promotes cortisol balance during the initial alarm phase.
Take 2 capsules by mouth one or two times per day, or as recommended by your healthcare professional.