ReConnect Helping With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Tiredness or Stress
- Improve cognitive functions: learning ability, concentration, memory and ability to think clearly.
- Stress management
- Improve mood
- Regulate sleep/wake cycle
- Reduce fatigue
- Reduce memory loss caused through aging.
ReConnect is a unique formulation developed by Vitae Laboratory in collaboration with the Pharmaceutical Faculty of the University of Barcelona. It has been clinically tested at the University Hospital Vall d’Hebron. Research has shown that there is an anti-fatigue action through enhancement of neuronal function and antioxidant components.
Reconnect is a food supplement that is based on NADH, CoEnzyme Q10, Serine and Vitamin C. Vitamin C contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system, and participates in the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
It has been shown to have noticeable effects from the first day of treatment, and is suitable for those suffering from fatigue, tiredness or stress, or those who carry out high physical and mental activity, such as athletes.
Reconnect has been tested in clinical trials to assess its effectiveness on chronic fatigue syndrome. To read the details of the clinical trials please click here:
The key components in ReConnect are:
Supplementation with NADH has been shown to reduce anxiety levels and maximum heart rate in patients suffering from CFS. Other properties include being an antixodant, and in athletes NADH can help provide more muscle strength, endurance and resilience. It is also heavily involved in the synthesis of neurotransmitters, such as dopamine, serotonin, adrenaline and noradrenaline.
Ubiquinone is used due to high levels of stability as opposed to other forms of CoQ10. Coenzyme produces 95% of body energy, and is indispensable in the process of cellular respiration. It is also an excellent antioxidant, and has been shown to reduce neurodegenerative diseases. Coenzyme is also vital in the maintaining of blood vessels and heart muscles.
Serine is a key amino acid that aids in communications between nerve cells. It is a tryptophan precursor that is essential for the synthesis of serotonin. Serine also stimulates the release of neurotransmitters dopamine and acetylcholine. Serine is also known to improve concentration, learning and memory, as well as improving depressive moods.
Vitamin C aids proper functioning of the nervous system. Other properties also include reducing the harm caused by chemicals and pollutants by neutralizing free radicals. Vitamin C also reduces blood pressure and prevents vascular disease.