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Hi there! We think it’s awesome you’re curious about your own health. This report is tailored for you based on your answers, giving you your overall Mojo Score, breaking down what you might be experiencing and why, and offering tips for improvement.

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Feeling your best seems like a distant pipe-dream, and your Mojo is low. Have no fear! You can increase your score by up to 40% and make more Mojo Moments every day. Keep reading.

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Life Question

Feeling your best seems like a distant pipe-dream, and your Mojo is low. Have no fear! You can increase your score by up to 40% and make more Mojo Moments every day. Keep reading.

What’s Going On
Think of cortisol as your nature’s built-in alarm system. It’s your body’s main stress hormone and your levels are likely way off balance. Your adrenal glands are probably working overtime to keep up with the stress
Short-Term Effects
You may be stuck in a pattern of symptoms like
  • Fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • Anxiety
  • Low libido
  • Feeling down in the dumps
  • Lack of motivation
  • Irritability
  • Difficulty losing
  • Stubborn fat (especially abdominal fat)
  • Carb/sugar cravings and/or increased appetite
  • Low blood sugar
  • Memory/recall issues
  • Workouts leaving you tired vs energized
Hormones
Your cortisol may consistently be elevated, which can cause lower levels of human growth hormone (hGH) and possibly estrogen/progesterone and testosterone imbalances (yes, both men and women have these hormones!)
Sleep
You may have sleep disturbances, even if they’re not always obvious. Elevated cortisol levels can lead to poor sleep, but just like “what came first, the chicken or the egg?”, poor sleep can also lead to elevated cortisol levels. As the vicious cycle continues, one thing is clear: Sleep is King. You must get deep, restorative sleep to have a chance at rebalancing your hormones.
Long-Term Effects
Lengthy exposure to high cortisol can also affect vitality and muscle mass by lowering your growth hormone to levels beneath your full potential. It can worsen current symptoms, as well as decrease the size of your hippocampus (part of your brain required to learn, process thoughts, and memorize), and lead to worsening blood sugar levels, hypertension, bone loss, and even heart disease.

“Time to Rebalance”

Feeling your best self shows up here and there, but not all the time everywhere, and your Mojo is a random occurrence. Have no fear! You can increase your score by up to 20% and make Mojo Moments a regular thing. Keep reading.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your physician before adding any new supplement to your routine.

Life Question

You are hanging in there, but are you living your best life?

What’s Going On
Think of cortisol as your built-in alarm system. Did you know that the symptoms of cortisol imbalance don’t show up in any specific order or combination? This means they can sneak up on you. Most symptoms of high cortisol can fly under the radar because we chalk them up to “the norm” or “aging”. You may have gotten so used to them that you just accept them.
Short-Term Effects
You may be experiencing mild-medium levels of:
  • Fatigue
  • Ongoing stress
  • Brain fog
  • Low libido
  • Carb/sugar cravings and/or increased appetite
  • Low blood sugar
  • Poor sleep
  • Difficulty building muscle
  • Losing stubborn fat (especially on the abdomen.)
  • Feeling down in the dumps

Whether they come and go or stick around like that couch-surfer who doesn't pay rent, your body wants to work better for you.
Hormones
You may be experiencing these symptoms because cortisol affects sex hormones (like testosterone and estrogen/progesterone) in both men and women. Hormones like testosterone and hGH may be off balance. Even if they are normal, they probably don’t stay that way for long – and definitely not optimized.
Sleep
You may have sleep disturbances, even if they’re not always obvious. Elevated cortisol levels can lead to poor sleep, but just like “what came first, the chicken or the egg?”, poor sleep can also lead to elevated cortisol levels. As the vicious cycle continues, one thing is clear: Sleep is King. You must get deep, restorative sleep to have a chance at rebalancing your hormones.
Long-Term Effects
Lengthy exposure to high cortisol can affect vitality and muscle mass by lowering your growth hormone to levels. It can worsen current symptoms, decrease the size of your hippocampus (part of your brain required to learn, process thoughts, and memorize), and lead to worsening blood sugar levels, hypertension, bone loss, and even heart disease.

“Looking Good, Keep Rebalancing”

Right on! You're kicking butt and taking names. You probably want to keep this up, though as you know, when we get older, it gets harder. You can increase your score by up to 15% and up your Mojo Moments everyday. Keep reading.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your physician before adding any new supplement to your routine.

Life Question

Do you mostly feel great, but other times you just feel “off” and can’t put your finger on why? Would you like to feel more holistically aware of your body?

What’s Going On
You may be feeling amazing in some areas of your life, but others may need some help. The key to optimal living is finding balance in all areas and working with your body to maintain it. With our work and life stressors, things out of our control are constantly working against our natural balance.
Short-Term Effects
A mild elevation of cortisol may not produce recognizable symptoms, but if left unchecked, they can begin to rise and cause issues like sleep problems, fatigue, brain fog, decreased sex drive, depression, irritability, and more.
Long-Term Effects
Did you know that cortisol levels rise as we age? There have been studies linking cortisol levels with aging and inflammation that causes cognitive decline and depression. You may not have any major symptoms at the moment (fantastic!), though you can proactively protect your mind and body to continue to live your best life. Seems like you’re on the right track!

Your Top Areas for Improvement

Stress

Soo…you’re stressed. You might have “normal” but just freaking stressful things in your life like a high-pressure job, kids, bills, inlaws, traffic, and more. Did you know that when you have constant stressors in life your body responds by producing a little hormone called cortisol (your body’s main stress hormone). If you’re stressed, your cortisol levels are likely way off balance. Your adrenal glands are probably working overtime to keep up with the stress demands in your life. Constant stress can lead to anxiety, poor sleep, brain fog, low libido, and more.

Stress Relief Tips
Move Your Body
You need exercise for a strong, toned body, but movement also does wonders for your mind. It can release endorphins that help lower cortisol and reduce stress.
Get Outside
Fresh air and sunshine are the original zen masters — they have a way of clearing your head and reminding you you’re part of a larger world which translates to lower cortisol levels.
Do What You Love
Too often we get caught up in our must-dos and forget to make time to be creative, play games, learn something new, or plan a date. Doing more of what you love can reduce stress and cortisol.

Sleep

Looks like you have trouble falling asleep, sleep disturbances, or you’re just not giving yourself enough time to sleep. No matter which (or maybe it's a combination), poor sleep can lead to elevated cortisol levels and elevated cortisol levels can also lead to poor sleep. Sleep is when your body lowers cortisol and when testosterone and hGH are produced and balanced. It’s also the only time your brain fully cleanses and restores itself. You must get deep, restorative sleep for your circadian rhythm to function properly and have a chance at rebalancing your hormones.

Deep Sleep Tips
Limit Caffeine Intake
Caffeine can stay elevated in your blood for 8 hours, so end caffeine intake after 2pm so your nervous system can wind down.
Stay Off Electronics
Most electronic devices emit blue light, preventing your body from producing melatonin (the ‘sleep’ hormone’) and messing with your body’s ability to fall asleep.
Take Deep Belly Breaths
Instead of filling up your chest with air, breathe in deeply through your nose and let the air move deeply down towards your lower abdomen.

Libido

Have you ever thought about that load of laundry you need to switch over or that work project that’s due in 3 days while you’re getting it on? That’s your overactive monkey mind, often driven by high levels of cortisol. Or, you turn your partner down at 9pm on a weekend because you’re just THAT exhausted? Again, often caused by high cortisol wearing out your body before your partner gets a chance to. When stress is constant, cortisol takes a front seat, moving the sex hormones you need to get in the mood to the backseat. Bottom line: since cortisol is your ‘fight or flight’ hormone, you’re likely not going to be able to get randy or be present during sex when you’re thinking about the endless list of things to do or dealing with major life issues.

Libido Tips
Practice Self-Care
It’s hard to feel in the mood when your cortisol is high. This can include eating healthy, implementing a stretching/yoga routine, beating the **** out of the punching bag, or getting that massage.
Make Moments Count
From flirting in the bathroom in the morning to looking forward to date nights, excitement increases dopamine and oxytocin – precursors to the sex hormones we need to have a healthy sex life.
Try Adaptogenic Aphrodisiacs
Maca, tribulus terrestris, and ginseng (included in Rebalance™ Superceuticals™) have been shown to increase sex drive and reduce stress.

Mental Clarity

Ever walk into a room to get something then forget what you even came in there for? Or lose your train of thought…mid-sentence? How about forgetting someone’s name with whom you see all the time? Or sit down at your desk again only to think “ok, what was I just doing?” If so, you might have something called “brain fog”, aka a busy, frazzled, hazy mind. This is often caused by elevated cortisol levels. Elevated cortisol can damage and kill brain cells, impede learning, processing, and memory, and cause premature aging of the brain. How great would it be if you could think with clarity, precision, and maximum recall?? The good news is these cognitive blips can often be corrected.

Mental Clarity Tips
Slow It Down
Take a moment to breathe, telling your body “everything is alright”. If you’ve just received new info you need to act on, it’s usually okay to pause so you can process what you’ve just learned.
Stick to a Sleep Schedule
Poor sleep can lead to brain fog. Set aside at least 7 hours for sleep and go to bed and wake up at the same time every day.
Use Memory Tricks
For example, if you’re not the best at recalling people’s names, repeat their name back to them so it’s more likely to stick in your mind. Or, use mnemonic devices in other situations.

Mood

Are you getting angry when someone cuts you off in traffic? Or snapping at your partner or kids when they leave their dirty laundry all over the house? Or getting upset when you receive a short (but realistically harmless) email from your boss or colleague. Or feeling down when life is relatively great. Irritability, mood swings, anxiety, depression, or just feeling like you have no energy to actually ‘be happy’ can all be effects of elevated cortisol. When you experience constant stress, your hormones work overtime all day long. This can cause the neurotransmitters that make you feel happy (serotonin and dopamine) to stop functioning properly. So, it’s not that you’re Eeyore or a bitter person – your cortisol levels may be to blame.

Better Mood Tips
Find Things That Make You Laugh
Laughing triggers the release of endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good chemicals. It also decreases cortisol and epinephrine, and increases your happy and de-stressing hormones.
Cuddle
Whether you cuddle with your partner, family member, or companion animal, it will improve your mood. It produces the hormone oxytocin that calms you and helps you better deal with stress.
Do Something Nice
Whether that’s a phone call to mom or dad to check in or holding the door for someone with a smile, we feel good about it, and in turn, it boosts our mood.

Energy

Whether you struggle to get through the day and/or you get a big spike of energy when you should be winding down for bed, it’s an indication your cortisol levels may be off. When your cortisol levels are constantly elevated, it puts your adrenal glands and overall body under constant stress with little time to restore and repair. This depletes the energy you need to do other things, like get that workout in, crush it in your big meeting, run those errands, or get that housework done. You’re not lazy or unambitious – don’t beat yourself up. You just may have high cortisol.

Energy-boosting tips
Eat Nutrient-Dense Food
Everything you put into your body is a choice to a) equip it with the nutrients it needs or b) substitute that nutrient-dense food with something that detracts from your health.
Exercise in the Morning
Exercise boosts your metabolism, endorphins, and overall energy levels, which is helpful for when your body needs to be sharp and awake.
Lighten Your Load
The fact is, we’re not superheroes – we’re human. Think about what you can do to set priorities and cut out the non-essential.

How Rebalance Can Help?

So many of us have high cortisol or are well on our way without even knowing it. Life is too short to not feel all kinds of incredible at any age. The Rebalance System™ works synergistically with your body’s circadian rhythm, helping to bring your cortisol to optimal levels so your body works for you, not against you.

The Rebalance System™ helps your body:

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“Rebalance focuses on cortisol because it has such a strong tie to the balance of other hormones, like testosterone, estrogen, growth hormone and melatonin. When we pull cortisol in line, it's much easier to balance out and optimize other hormones after that.”

— ALISON GRACOM, PA-C & ENDOCRINOLOGY EXPERT

   Reduce stress and anxiety

   Boost energy and alertness

   Improve endurance

   Boost metabolism

   Boost the immune system

   Increase strength

   Build lean muscle

   Balance cortisol

   Optimize hGH and testosterone

   Improve libido

   Improve cognitive function

   Improve mood

   Improve skin, hair, & nail health

   Support DNA repair

   Maintain cellular health

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