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July 1, 2019 - Protect Your Brain from the Negative Effects of Stress

Protect Your Brain from the Negative Effects of Stress

July 1, 2019 Puzzle Piece
Stress literally shrinks our brain.  we need nootropics to help heal and better manage the stressors of life. Opti-Adrenal helps to reduce the ill effects of stress.  Opti-Brain give the major nutrients to have and maintain a healthy brain. This is a very powerful message and would be enough if we stopped here.

However, we would like to get into NADH and the critical role it plays in protecting your brain cells and neurotransmitters. It’s is important to prevent with Opti-Adrenal, promote healing with Opti-Brain and It’s another thing to keep them protected and healthy with Essential NADH.

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Stress on the Brain
Stress affects your thought process and memory. This spills over into mood and elevated inflammatory markers (the common theme among all chronic disease, including mental decline, like Alzheimer’s).
Your brain isn’t just an intricately folded network of tissue. There are a lot of moving parts, many of them not visible to the naked eye. Your brain will shut down sections of this neural orchestra when suffering from chronic stress. When this happens, your brain is just surviving, instead repairing and remembering.
Long term, this means your brain rewires itself to cope with chronic stress. Some parts of your brain grow stronger to cope while other critical elements grow weaker. Here are the core events that take place:
  • Memory function changes (you grow more forgetful because your brain needs to survive instead of remembering)
  • The amygdala steers the neural ship (stressors feed into poor memory)
  • Your brain loses neuroplasticity and becomes rigid
  • You can develop neurodegenerative diseases (Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Prion, etc.)
Ideally, you want everything to be balanced and as stress free as possible. When chronic stress creates damage, it takes extra work and nutrients to heal your brain.
Strategies to Preserve Your Brain and Your Sanity
The following is a list of ideas and suggestions to help you get stress under control:
  • Go to counseling and use Emotional Techniques such as NET etc.
  • Prioritize sleep and use Essential Melatonin  
  • Unplug from technology
  • Implement organizational strategies
  • Take a much-needed vacations
  • Improve dietary habits and minimize sugar and caffeine intake
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There are Six Interferences in the Six Steps to Wellness.  Identify and correct the stressors/interferences of Structural, Nutritional, Emotional, Electromagnetic, Allergies/Sensitivities and Toxic accumulation as is taught in the Brimhall Protocol.
For example:  Correct vertebral subluxations and CSF (cerebral spinal fluid) restrictions, balance the TMJ, use the percussor for fascial balance, use the brain tap system, identify genetic SNP’s as developed by Dr Harris and give the appropriate nutrition for proper epigenetic balance of the brain and body. Do manual allergy testing or use the ASA for identification and balance. Follow detoxification protocols. 
Essential NADH for the Brain
Supplementation research shows NADH can be a huge help with the potential problems created by stress and promote brain health and healing. Data suggests it:
  • Protect brain cells
  • Increases brain energy
  • Stimulates neurotransmitters
NADH repairs cell and DNA damage by boosting the production of Nitric Oxide (NO), which relaxes blood vessels in your brain, thus increasing blood flow. NADH also acts as an antioxidant, helping eliminate free radicals that damage brain cells.
NADH provides electrons for ATP synthesis that fuels mitochondria in brain cells. Low levels of NADH result in brain fog, slow mental processing, and cognitive decline.
In one double-blind, placebo-controlled study, researchers did a 3-month trial with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome patients. 86 patients were chosen to receive either 20 mg of NADH daily or a placebo for the first 2-months. Mean age of the participants was 47 years.
The study measured the intensity of fatigue, functional performance, mood state, functional impact of fatigue, quality of life, sleep quality, and exercise capacity. Each was measured prior to the study, and then at 30, 60 and 90 days of treatment.
The study found that oral administration of NADH resulted in decreased anxiety and maximum heart rate.
NADH affects cognitive function by stimulating the production of dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin. These neurotransmitters are involved in memory, learning, cognition, recall, and mood.
Studies show that NADH may be low in those suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Researchers in Spain evaluated the efficacy of supplementing NADH in those with CFS.
Dr. Harris’s Essential NADH
Essential NADH is a stable, bioavailable coenzyme that helps promote cellular energy production, provides nutritional neurotransmitter support and enhances cognitive function. If you and your brain are feeling the effects of stress, a pure potent blend of highly bioavailable NADH may be the answers to your dilemma.
Dosing: Take one capsule daily or as directed by a health professional.
Since your body naturally produces NADH, there are no known side effects with taking this supplement.
Marc Harris, ND, ND, PhD, PhD, PhD
and John Brimhall, DC, FIAMA, DIBAK Present
Marc Harris, ND, ND, PhD, PhD, PhD
Stem Cell Seminars Methylation Tour
September 6th - 8th Garden City, New York September 20-22 - Las Vegas, NV
November 1st - 3rd Las Vegas, Nevada November 15-17 - San Antonio, TX
Times: Friday: 3pm-7pm
Saturday: 9am-6pm
Sunday: 9am-1pm


$1,500.00 Registration Fee per person
$1,250.00 Injections: per Vial if you would like a treatment at the seminar.
Times: Friday: 3pm-7pm
Saturday: 9am-6pm
Sunday: 9am-1pm


$395.00 Registration Fee per person which includes a $100.00 Test Kit, all course materials and hands-on education.
To Register Please Call Jason at: (866) 338-4883

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January 16th - 19th, 2020

Yours in Health and Wellness,

Marc Harris ND, MD, PhD, PhD, PhD
John W Brimhall, DC, BA, BS, FIAMA, DIBAK

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