DHEA 5mg (100 sublingual tabs) by Orthomolecular
DHEA, dehydroepiandrosterone, is the most abundant adrenal steroid hormone in the body. DHEA supplementation has been associated with increased emotional well-being and immune function. 100 sublingual, micronized tablets.
- Promotes Healthy Hormonal Balance
- Supports Mood Regulation
- Balances the Stress Response System by Improving Cortisol-to-DHEA Ratios
- Maintains Healthy Aging and Normal Inflammatory Balance
- Supports Bone Health
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) is a steroid hormone precursor, which helps maintain healthy hormone levels and helps support the stress response system. DHEA functions as the counterpart to the stress hormone cortisol. Maintaining healthy DHEA levels is crucial for balancing the catabolic effects of cortisol. Each capsule provides 5 mg of DHEA derived from the wild yam, allowing for incremental oral supplementation and flexibility with numerous hormone-balancing and stress-fighting protocols. Suggested Use: 1 or more tablets per day or as recommended by your health care professional.
Mood Regulation Elevated cortisol levels can play a major role in normal mood regulation. DHEA counterbalances high levels of cortisol and also brightens mental outlook. Bone Health DHEA has been examined in numerous studies for its role in supporting bone health. Inflammatory Balance DHEA has been shown to maintain normal inflammatory balance by inhibiting the activation of nuclear factor-kβ and the secretion of inflammatory compounds such as IL-6 and IL-2. Aging Research has indicated that DHEA naturally supports healthy aging.
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