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Re:RELORA 7 years 8 months ago #7

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Probably best to try it again at the weekend if it gave you a bad reaction last time and you have work and other things during the week. Might spoil your weekend though!

For Relora the supplement companies generally recommend 250mg 2-3 times per day. I took morning, afternoon and before bed and found it helpful. Like I said, I can't find much evidence to support it reducing elevated cortisol at all. If you listen to the manufacturer's own info I think they suggest it can lower high morning cortisol if taken in the way I described above.

For phosphatidylserine there is quite good evidence that it lowers cortisol for a number of hours after it is taken. I have high cortisol in the 10pm-2am period so I took it before bed and found it quickly induced relaxation and a natural feeling of sleepiness that helped me to drift off.
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