RESTORING DHEA

RESTORING DHEA

RESTORING DHEA

C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.

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Virtually everyone is low or deficient in DHEA long before age 80. Many begin the slow process of adrenal burnout n the 30s. Stress of all kinds begins to overwhelm the bodys most critical hormone DHEA, the youth and health hormone. Poor nutrition, anxiety, lack of exercise, inadequate sleep, excess weight, etc, etc are the causes of DHEA failure.

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Although DHEA is available over the counter, it is not wise to take it orally or transdermally, as it then does not have the natural balancing effect with cortisol. There are 4 natural methods for restoring DHEA, each raising baseline DHEA levels 60 to 100%. Using all four will increase DHEA an average of 250%, sometimes more.

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1. Youth Formula my patented formula of vitamin C, MSM, beta 1,3 glucan and? molybdenum.

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2. Magnesium lotion—most people are deficient in magnesium and transdermal is the?best and fastest way to use it. Furthermore, transdermal is the only way which has been proven to raise DHEA.

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3. Natural progesterone cream, Eugesterone, has also been proven to raise DHEA in most people

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4. The Ring of Fire stimulation of the 12 acupuncture points of this circuit raises?DHEA in most people. The SheLi TENS is the only stimulator proven to do this.

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Now, NOTHING works in everyone. We cannot even agree 100% of the time on whether someone is alive or dead—witness taking it to the Supreme Court!? Individuals who have extreme burnout, those who do not reduce their daily stress, etc may not find any of these approaches adequate. Those who have taken DHEA orally, even though I do not recommend it, may have blocked the adrenal glands ability to make it. In these situations, it is usually essential to use all 4 approaches and do this for at least 3 to 6 months. Even then they may need to continue all 4 approaches but may be able to reduce the Ring of Fire stimulation to two or three times a week at the point of restoration. It is ALWAYS better to rejuvenate the bodys ability to make its own DHEA. For those who fail all 4 approaches, if the DHEA is below 130 ng/dl for women or 180 ng/dl for men, AS MEASURED AT NICHOLS LAB ON CAPISTRANO CALIFORNIA, which is the only lab I recommend, then they may indeed benefit from taking DHEA, recognizing that there are some inherent risks. But the risks of a truly deficient level of DHEA are probably greater.

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