February 16, 2023 at 17:13
Sacramento, California -
Sacramento, California – Nature's Rise, a leading wellness and health supplement company based in Sacramento, California, has revealed an unexpected connection between mental health and skin health. Founded by CEO David Longacre and led by Chief Researcher and Nutritionist Dr. Sony Sherpa MD., Nature's Rise dedicates its mission to improving mental well-being through the power of natural ingredients.
Nature's Rise released their newest study, which found that many skincare issues, such as acne and eczema, can often be associated with mental health issues like depression, stress, and anxiety. The research is based on a survey among people from different parts of the US and a meta-analysis of numerous previous studies that revealed a cause-and-effect relationship between the two.
By understanding these connections, Nature's Rise hopes to develop new products that help inside and out. Moreover, these findings have enabled Nature's Rise to create unique supplements targeting skin health and overall mental well-being. Sherpa notes that some of these supplements include mushrooms for emotional regulation, potentially reducing the risk of more complex brain health issues like dementia.
"We believe that natural supplements provide an effective and safe way for people to improve their mental and skin health," said Dr. Sherpa. "We want to empower people to take control of their well-being and lead healthier lives."
Nature's Rise has plans to use this new research to continue developing treatments for various illnesses and disorders related to skin health and emotional well-being. David Longacre believes this project will allow them to make a real difference in people's lives by combining the power of different natural ingredients to boost emotional well-being.
Dr. Sherpa's research involved interviews and surveys with people from various age groups and backgrounds, all of whom reported a positive impact on their mental health after using the Nature's Rise natural skin care ingredients. The results showed that these ingredients not only improved participants' skin but also relieved stress, depression, and anxiety, allowing them to feel happier and more confident in their skin.
Furthermore, the ingredients provided additional benefits such as reducing inflammation and blemishes, improving elasticity, and providing antioxidant protection against harsh environmental pollutants. Dr. Sherpa noted that regular use of these natural ingredients could significantly improve many individuals' overall quality of life. She also added that people should consider using the right mushroom skin products in the shower for maximum benefits.
"We are excited to share our findings with the world," said David Longacre, CEO of Nature's Rise. "It has been inspiring to see how the power of natural ingredients can help people positively manage their mental well-being and take care of their skin."
At the Global Wellness Summit last month, Dr. Sherpa presented her groundbreaking research to a global audience of industry leaders. Drawing on data collected from various parts of the United States, she discussed her findings on new approaches to managing mental and skin health.
Attendees were captivated by her presentation, highlighting the potential for these innovative strategies to improve patient care. Many remarked that her work had given them renewed confidence in the power of modern healthcare solutions to make an impact.
By inspiring these industry leaders, Dr. Sherpa's research will positively impact how doctors understand and improve mental and skin health. People interested in the new studies Nature's Rise is working on can visit naturesrise.com for more information.
For more information about Nature's Rise, contact the company here:
1401 21st Street Suite R
Sacramento, CA 95811