New Year, same old anxiety? 1 little change to turn this year around
It’s the New Year… out with the old and in with the new!
But while most people will be focused on improving their waistline, getting skinnier isn’t always the answer to your health problems.
Sometimes, it’s what’s inside that counts.
I’m talking about anxiety.
And if you suffer from it, I bet it’s the one thing you would change if you could.
Night sweats… panic attacks… racing thoughts… it can be HELL to live with.
Luckily, this year you can turn it all around…
Because a new study has finally discovered what could be behind your anxiety.
And it’s NOTHING like what you’ve been told before.
The microscopic engine room
Almost 20 percent of seniors suffer from anxiety. It’s a pressing problem we NEED an answer too.
And now we finally have one:
It’s your cells. Specifically, your mitochondria.
But let’s back up…
Just what the heck ARE mitochondria anyway?
Mitochondria are the energy centers of your cells. They’re what keep everything firing on all cylinders.
But sometimes they stop working as well as they should… and BOOM!
You’ve got anxiety.
Researchers discovered this process when they did a two-part study on both humans and mice.
In the first study, they gathered mice and basically put them in a cage match together: one aggressive mouse and one passive.
Next, they examined the brain activity and blood samples of the mice. And they found something fascinating…
The genes responsible for powering the mitochondria weren’t doing their job.
In fact, they slowing down the mitochondria.
And when they studied 21 human volunteers who suffered from panic attacks, the researchers found the SAME problem with their genes—they just weren’t firing up the mitochondria like they were supposed to.
So what’s the solution? How can you get your mitochondria up and running again?
Thankfully, it’s easy: simply eat more protein!
You see, protein contains special amino acids that go into the “engine room” of your cells and gets everything running smoothly again.
And if that doesn’t help soothe your anxiety, try a supplement called CoQ10. You can find it at just about any pharmacy or online.