With a proprietary blend of natural ingredients, this stress relief product promotes relaxation without drowsiness while enhancing the body's ability to adapt to stress.
THE PROBLEM OF STRESS
Nearly half of all Americans between the ages of 18 and 49 experience everyday stress of varying levels and intensity. Working mothers between 25 and 40 report the highest levels of stress.
The health impact of stress is huge, as has been demonstrated by many studies. In fact, one stress researcher has called stress the biggest single risk factor for disease and illness. Even the CDC (Center for Disease Control) reports that approximately 75% to 90% of doctor's visits are stress related.
You can help reduce your stress several ways. Regular exercise, relaxation, as with play or meditation, and proper nutrition are all good steps to take to manage stress and stress-related problems.
STRESS RELIEF AND NUTRITION
Stress can be connected to nutrition in three ways:
It interferes with your eating a normal diet in a regular manner.
It interferes with your body's ability to make use of the nutrition available to it.
Proper nutrition can help protect you against stress.
Overeating, with the resulting weight gain, is one of the better known relationships between stress and diet. Who has not heard of "stress eating"?
A STRESS RELIEF SUPPLEMENT
The goals of a stress relief supplement should be to:
Promote relaxation, preferably without drowsiness.
Enhance your body's ability to withstand constant stress.
Blunt the "cortisol response" which occurs with long-term stress.
Assist your body in its production of natural stress reducing substances.
Act quickly to help bring about a natural reduction in stress.
WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM A STRESS RELIEF PRODUCT?
While all of us can use some help with managing stress, there are some who might benefit even more:
Anyone who wants day-to-day help with managing stress.
Anyone who wants a natural, easy-to-take supplement.
Working women...especially those with children (see the next point).
Those with demanding jobs...public speaking, meeting deadlines, or raising children. :)
Athletes, entertainers, politicians and anyone else in the public eye.
People under stress because of political, economic, or social events and news.