12-16-21 Oxytocin – The Life-Saving Love Hormone
The neurotransmitter oxytocin is a happy ‘feel-good’ hormone with similar properties to endorphins (opiate chemicals) that relieve pain. Its lack is also associated with anxiety and depression. At a time when we are being told to socially distance, cover our faces and avoid human contact, we are seeing a dramatic rise in mental illness, despair and suicide as a result. What’s the connection? Tune in and find out how to stimulate oxytocin release naturally, get back on top of your game, and live longer!
Bio: Sandy Sanderson, B.Arts. Uni NSW (1979) +Post grad studies (business / marketing) (QUT & Griffith Uni Qld) 1992-93
Publisher of ‘This Month on The Gold Coast’ magazine 1998-2009
Founder and CEO of Elektra Magnesium 2008-present.
After her health crisis in 2008 from years of stress overload and shift working as a magazine publisher, Sandy discovered that magnesium deficiency was the primary cause of stress-related diseases. Without enough magnesium cell metabolism and recovery is diminished. Transdermal magnesium helped Sandy to recover from heart arrhythmia and other symptoms of Hashimotos hypothyroidism.
Since that time Sandy and her husband Peter, a formulating chemist, have been on the mission of their lifetime to develop an Australian range of natural magnesium body care products branded ‘Elektra Magnesium’, which is packed full of nutrition and quality ingredients. These products are far more effective at delivering magnesium to cells via skin compared to oral tablets and powders. They also work great as anti-ageing natural skin care. www.elektramagnesium.com.au
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