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USE OF THE DIETARY SUPPLEMENT ALFAVIT ANTISTRESS AS A PREVENTIVE TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE STRESS RESISTANCE

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8
Year: 
2016

Professor E. Shikh, MD; A. Makhova, Candidate of Medical Sciences; N. Eremenko, Candidate of Medical Sciences I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University

The paper considers how micronutrients (Mg, vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, B12, and С) affect the formation of stress resistance through involvement in the synthesis and metabolism of endogenous substances. A conjunction of these micronutrients that affect the formation of stress resistance with sedative components of natural origin is a rational combination of preventive actions to minimize the damaging influence of environmental stressors on the human body.

Keywords: 
pharmacology
vitamins
magnesium
stress
prevention
interaction



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