Friday, May 10, 2013

Stressed? Stress RELIEF!

Does this look like you? Sometime? All the time? At work? At Home?
Well, I work a full time job, plus I have Keifer (who is most likely equal to 3 children her age, emotionally speaking) and Kyla, plus the 2 dogs. And the house. And Chris.  And activities. And I try to work out (ha ha). And clean. And be social. Etc. You get the picture.
So naturally, life gets crazy/hectic and we all start to fall apart sometimes. Some people deal better with stress than others.

I'm writing this, because I felt like, in honor of Mother's Day, or whatever day, this product that I use and promote, is amazing. It's called Stress Relief Complex, it's all natural (aka safe) and I can't say enough good things about it!
It's safe enough for anyone to take- in fact, I know kids (my own included) who've taken it prior to gymnastics classes, dentist appointments, prior to tests at school, you name it. Big people take it before work, before appointments, or just because they have a system that needs a little help.
You don't feel "drugged" on this. It's more of a tension release and it actually helps you focus more clearly on life itself, without "freaking out" .

I'm including a true testimonial from a dear friend, and now a customer, of our Stress Relief Complex. Keep in mind, I DID NOT ask her to rave about this as much as she did. She did her OWN research, she was that impressed!
Read on....and if you have any questions or want to purchase to try some (with 100% money back guarantee if not happy), contact me!

I've been taking Shaklee's "Stress Relief Complex" for the past three weeks. This supplement, along with some new anger management and communication tools, have made a huge difference in my anxiety levels. I have especially noticed an increased sense of calm in the past week. I don't react as quickly or easily to disagreements with Maurice or the kids' misbehavior. I don't feel like I'm on edge constantly anymore. I definitely feel more calm and relaxed as well as more focused and alert.

It works for me! 

A bottle of 30 caplets (1 month supply) is $27.50 or $32.35, depending on if you're a Shaklee member of not. And if you are a member and sign up for monthly autoship, you'll get 10% off (new total $24.75).

And since there's a 100% money-back guarantee, you can experiment to see if it works for you without risk. I have had to use the money-back guarantee feature on a couple other Shaklee products and it's super easy. No questions asked! I didn't even have to mail back the unused product.

I am in no way affiliated with Shaklee. I just love this product and wanted to share my success with my friends who might benefit from it, too. 

FYI, here's some info about Stress Relief Complex's ingredients that I found on a blog:
1) L-theanine is a unique amino acid that is found in green tea that facilitates the generation of alpha waves that are associated with a relaxed yet alert mental state. It helps increase this alpha wave activity for mental and physical relaxation, and most impressively produces relaxation ‘without drowsiness’.

L-theanine may help with some other important healthy concerns like lowering blood pressure/=, improving learning performance, heightening mental acuity, promoting concentration, and acting as caffeine antagonist. It also supports the immune system, and has absolutely NO downside as a supplement. That’s not what can be said about many anti-anxiety drugs.

2) Ashwagandha is an herb that has tradition for enhancing your body’s ability to adapt to stress by diminishing both mental and physical stress and exhaustion. It has been used for more than 2000 years as a rejuvenating tonic to boost strength, stamina and vigor.

Other properties of Ashwagandha include calming you mind, countering stress and anxiety, helping you relax – again, without drowsiness.

3) Beta-Sitosterol is a a natural plant sterol that helps blunt the response of cortisol, a hormone that is produced in your body during physical stress. Chronic high levels of cortisol in your body have a negative association with long-term good health.

It also helps boost your immune function by blunting this cortisol response. Some stress in your life is healthy, though a lot of stress can be unhealthy. But it’s not the stress that is hurting the body – it’s the cortisol. Plus, common ways to relieve stress are through behaviors such as drinking, smoking or overeating that all present their own health risks.

When we are able to blunt cortisol we can tolerate stress better. Also cortisol is involved with diet -it makes your body want to store fat. The history of the way this works goes back many years and is part of the fight or flight syndrome which produces the famine effect (thus the need to store fat). This is not really the way we live now – we don’t hunt food (occasionally) and we have a lot more everyday stress in our lives today.

So by blunting cortisol you can get the side benefit of reducing your body’s desire to store fat, which makes this herb an appropriate part of a weight loss or weight management diet.

4) L-tyrosene is an amino acid that your body uses to make the neurotransmitters dopamine and norepinephrine, and is important because it is related to our feeling of well-being, and scientists have discovered through studies that levels of these transmitters decline with stress.

L-tyrosene can help elevate your mood, counter depression, reduce stress, fight chronic fatigue, stimulate your libido, boost your brain function, suppress your appetite, and help reduce body fat. It may encourage your thyroid, pituitary and adrenal glands to function normally. Deficiency in L-tyrosene may result in depression and reduce your ability to cope with stress.

The combination of these four herbs is a very unique formula, and the result of extensive scientific research and development to get the right balance of ingredients that work most effectively in your body. And not only does Stress Relief Complex help you relieve stress and the bad effect it has on the body, but it also helps increase alertness and give you more energy.


No comments:


Related Posts with Thumbnails