Stressed Australians encouraged to escape the pressures of life and ‘feel the difference’ with RevitaliX
Australian next generation nutraceutical company, Entity Health, is encouraging people to escape the pressures of life with RevitaliX, following new research showing family, finance, work and health are the biggest stressors for most Australians.
New nationwide research commissioned by Entity Health of 1000 Australians1 shows almost a fifth of respondents (18.2 per cent) are highly anxious, claiming they experience stress at least five times a week.
The study1 indicates family issues (45.6 per cent), personal finances (40.6 per cent), work (38.3 per cent) and health concerns (34.9 per cent) were the top sources of stress.
Almost a quarter of respondents (24 per cent) indicated that to help de-stress they listen to a great song, but people were more likely to speak to someone they trust (35.6 per cent) or sweat it out with some exercise (34.6 per cent).
To alleviate daily stress, Entity Health has launched RevitaliX. Developed and produced in Australia, RevitaliX helps reduce the effects of stress and anxiety by using a unique blend of red and black maca, a herbaceous plant that grows at high altitudes (above 4000m) in the mountains of the Peruvian Central Andes.
RevitaliX helps improve mood and promote relaxation.
Dr Iain Cook, Chief Scientist at Entity Health, said the pace and pressures of modern life can be exhausting, and people are increasingly looking for natural solutions to help their mood.
“It’s normal for people to experience occasional anxiety. In fact, stress and anxiety are highly common, but chronic stress may be harmful,” Dr Cook said. “When a person is stressed, they release high amounts of a hormone called cortisol into the body, while also supressing the production of feel good hormones, dopamine and serotonin in its reaction to stress.”
RevitaliX helps reduce the levels of cortisol in the body, while also regulating dopamine and serotonin production to alleviate symptoms of anxiety, allowing the user to feel a sense of calm almost immediately.
As well as reducing cortisol in the body, the hero ingredient in RevitaliX, maca, comprises GABA, an inhibitory neurotransmitter that employs a calming effect on the nervous system. This is vital for the control of stress, which subsequently alleviates the symptoms of poor mood and promotes relaxation.
“People are looking for natural solutions that actually work. With Entity Health, you can actually feel the difference our products make. All of our products are developed based on clinical evidence and target specific health conditions with superior formulations and delivery systems, leading to tangible improvements that people can genuinely feel,” said Eva Tan, Commercial Director at Entity Health. Entity Health is different. We don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. Our products are manufactured here in Australia using world-class technology and innovation. They are designed to target the real needs of Australians, offering measurable improvements to your quality of life. We prioritise your health and take a preventative and proactive approach, so you can feel your personal best, both now and in the future.”
Genie is a 35-year-old mum of two. She says:
“Since taking RevitaliX I have had felt a lot calmer and more relaxed and my overall mood has improved. I have been able to manage stress better. I have not had any physical symptoms of anxiety and I am sleeping better. I have incorporated other strategies in my life as well as taking RevitaliX. I have been exercising more and doing guided meditation daily. Doing all these things has improved my wellbeing and I am feel happier and healthier”.
For more information on Entity Health and to purchase RevitaliX or for a full stockist list, visit www.entity-health.com
SUMMARY OF RESEARCH KEY FINDINGS1:
- 18.2 per cent of Australians are highly stressed, claiming they experience stress at least five times a week
- 39.4 per cent of Australians experience stress at least three times a week
- 61.6 per cent of Australians aged 65 years or older claim they don’t experience stress very often
- Family issues (45.6 per cent), personal finances (40.6 per cent), work (38.3 per cent) and health concerns (34.9 per cent) were identified as the top sources of stress
- Family issues (51.8 per cent) are the number one thing women stress about, while men are more likely to stress about work-related issues (41.9 per cent)
- To de-stress, people are more likely to speak to someone close to them (35.6 per cent), exercise (34.6 per cent) or listen to a great song (24 per cent)
- Women are more likely to confide in someone they trust (42.10 per cent) while men are more likely to exercise (41.3 per cent) to relieve stress