Stress Management

You can’t completely eliminate stress from your life, but you can mitigate its effects on your physical and mental health. Full Life Supplements and Vitamins for Stress Management. Stress contributes to a range of health problems‚ cardiovascular issues‚ digestive disorders‚ and weight gain. Our stress management products include, Energy Maca, Magnesium, Harmony Formula, Evening Primrose Oil.

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Stress Relief Supplement

While our bodies and minds require a certain amount of stress to perform at their peak, too much stress can have a negative impact on our health, our relationships, our mood, and our ability to go about the normal functions of daily life.

Stress can lead to anxiety, loss of sleep, weight gain, digestive disorders, depression, mood disorders, lack of focus or mental clarity, cardiovascular issues and heart disease.

What is the best supplement for stress relief?

Studies have shown the following ingredients may aid the body’s reaction to stress, improve relaxation and sleep, boost mood and increase mental focus:

  • Macha
  • Magnesium
  • Evening Primrose Oil
  • Lemon Balm
  • L-theanine
  • Kava
  • B-Vitamins
  • Melatonin
  • Glycine
  • Rhodiola

  • What is l-theanine and how will it help reduce stress?

    Theanine is an amino acid primarily found in tea and mushrooms. Like sipping a cup of hot tea, L-theanine helps the body relax. It may ease anxiety and stress, promoting an overall sense of well-being without causing drowsiness.

    L-theanine can help reduce insomnia and when paired with caffeine, it can improve mental focus.

    Some studies find L-theanine can benefit the immune system, decrease upper respiratory tract infections, and improve inflammation in the intestinal tract.

    Are there any side effects to taking a natural stress relief supplement?

    Constipation, diarrhea, or upset stomach may occur as the body adjusts to a new supplement regimen. These effects are usually temporary, but if they persist, consult your doctor.

    When taking any new nutritional supplement, always follow the dosage instructions carefully, and contact your doctor or healthcare provider to ensure the safety of the supplements you are taking, and that they will not interact with any medications.

    Persons undergoing treatment for cancer should be particularly cautious when taking supplements containing L-theanine. This substance is not regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration.