How to Go From Scattered and Scared to Focused and Free

Guest Post by Kashi Hairston -

publicdomainpictures brightideaQuite recently I had a conversation with a friend that inspired me to write this post.

He was worried, scattered, and sitting smack dab in the middle of depression. Not suicidal, thankfully, just really, really scared. This economy has not been good for more people than most realize.

Those who have skirted disaster, or haven’t yet experienced the full brunt of it, just don’t seem to understand. I could even go so far as to say that they are almost callous about the state anyone other than themselves is in.

However, it’s devastating to wake up each morning wondering how you’re going to fulfill your needs along with the needs of your family.

Fear has weight along with its byproduct… an abundance of stress.

“Stress can be beneficial by helping people develop the skills they need to cope with and adapt to new and potentially threatening situations throughout life. However, the beneficial aspects of stress diminish when it is severe enough to overwhelm a person’s ability to take care of themselves and family.” – cdc.gov, 1/14/2014

Neurons and Synapses

Luckily, our brains are our best friends. Weighing in at around 3 pounds, this extraordinary organ comprised of around 75% water, holds the key to your ability to cope.

Healthy brains contain approximately 200 billion nerve cells (neurons) that link to each other through hundreds of trillions of synapses (tiny contacts). It is at this microscopic level that the “building blocks” of a human being are formed, molding us into who we are and how we react to our world, among many other amazing feats.

“…the brain’s overall complexity is almost beyond belief,” said Smith. “One synapse, by itself, is more like a microprocessor —with both memory-storage and information-processing elements — than a mere on/off switch. In fact, one synapse may contain on the order of 1,000 molecular-scale switches. A single human brain has more switches than all the computers and routers and Internet connections on Earth,” – Stanford Medical Edu on Neuron Imaging

While the very youngest of us, through our adolescence, have periods of time where a whole lot of building is going on, there also is the polar opposite. The ceaseless march of aging can play havoc with the normally-rapid pace of your brain’s internal circuitry. Or more directly, the older you become, the slower these critical connections are made. Some individuals also experience the elimination of some of these “building blocks.”

But there’s always a solution!

With the right treatment, you can change your bleak present into a bright future.

Feed your brain and reaps the rewards!

When you find a product that’s a first in the marketplace, a product that really puts together all the vital nutrients your brain needs to function at its very best, it’s a shame not to share “the secret.”

Thirteen ingredients top experts in neuroscience, nutrition, medical science, and production formulation agree you need for optimum brain performance!

Feed, support, and maximize your brain’s health with:

o Folic acid
o L-glutamine
o Phenylalanine
o Grape seed extract
o Sensoril
o Rhodiola
o Vitamin B-12
o Astaxanthin
o Niacinamide
o Zinc picolinate
o Vitamin B-6
o Resveratrol
o Ginseng

Not 13 independent products, but all 13 rolled into one.

One single, incredible product that diminishes stress! Suddenly you’re living a happy, balanced, focused day.

A day teaming with joyful highs and calming lows!

It’s too bad that no one can force another person to choose happiness over misery. But, what really works is to show them proof… a new you!

Not only do you reap the rewards when your focus improves, the intrinsic detriments of a scattered mind vanish along with it. Anxiety and depression, poor sleeping habits, “brain fog,” memory loss, physical pain, and even addictions disappear; and those closes to you, among others, will insist you tell them…

“What’s your secret? I want to feel like you!”

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to show and tell them how?

The science is true.

Your solution is below.

Kashi Hairston, ex-postal worker and transportation driver, believes helping others improve their health is so much more than a business… it’s life changing! Free information awaits for those who are chasing rainbows and want true freedom!

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One Response to “How to Go From Scattered and Scared to Focused and Free”

  1. Cesar Villas says:

    This is a very interesting subject, i appreciate the information given especially that it is related to human functions. Regards
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