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What if you had a natural stress management supplement for when you are stressed out and need to destress?

Stress Relief Complex that can help you manage stress quick, in about 30 minutes or less. It’s a healthy, natural way to stay calm, reduce feelings of stress quickly and improve your concentration.

But that’s not all Stress Relief Complex does.

It can also give you the benefit of  protecting your body from the negative impact of chronic stress. Stress Relief Complex works, naturally, to help control cortisol in your body – cortisol is what can cause you lots of health problems if it’s constantly in your blood stream because you are always feeling stressed.

We’re not saying it’s a magic pill because there is definitely more to stress than that. But, personally, I would rather take something natural when I am stressed than to go to the doctor and get a prescription for anxiety medications with all of their unwanted side effects.

Before we tell you about Stress Relief Complex, including the ingredients and how exactly they help you manage stress, let’s discuss a little about stress and its deadly effects on your body. There is so much current research showing just how unhealthy stress is. If you have too much stress, it should be a goal of yours to get more educated about what it is doing to your body.

Do you have so many balls in the air that it’s hard to destress? Did you know that 60-90% of all doctor visits are for stress related issues. That’s a lot! Some of us are juggling so much, and under so much stress, that our bodies don’t have a chance to relax and regroup.

Thinking about what your body goes through when you have stress can be helpful in figuring out how to manage it better. It’s pretty crazy what all happens that you don’t think about, or probably have no idea it is happening.

First it’s interesting to note that your body has not really changed with the time in terms of its response to stress. Your ancestors had to either flee or fight off predators, and so the fight or flight reaction was how they reacted to stress. This was not constant and they had periods of calmness, or destress time.

In today’s world we have different stress and more of it. Sometimes it can go on all day, or you feel stressed all the time. That same flight or fight response can be negative to your body if you have it constantly.

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When a stressful event occurs, a signal is sent from your brain to your adrenal gland, telling it to release stress  hormones – adrenaline and cortisol. These hormones immediately enter the blood stream and activate a variety of responses – from an energy burst, to elevating blood flow to the extremities, to increasing your heart rate and blood pressure. Now this was helpful back in the day when you wouldn’t want to become some animal’s dinner. But not so helpful with the kind of stress that happens more often throughout the day.

In your brain the stress alert is registered as well and triggers an emotional response, which is normally fear. There are reactions to the body from this emotional response as well, especially in the digestive and immune systems (do you remember being stressed or nervous and it affecting your stomach?). Most all energy in your body is diverted away from your organs and into your muscles to fight the stress – so then those organs take a hit.

When you have a lot of stress in your life, without enough relaxation in between, it can not only affect your digestive system and your immune system, but can threaten your health in other ways such as high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, memory loss and Alzheimers. Stress and the responses your body has to it, including inflammation (more heart conditions, arthritis, asthma), contributes to potentially more diseases such as osteoporosis, and even cancer.

Physical responses to stress are supposed to have a final phase. With our modern day stress we don’t always get that break. Stress hormones should return to normal and we should have a relaxation phase in between stress situations so that the body processes can normalize. When we continue to move from one stress to another, without that break, all the hormones and specifically cortisol continues to circulate in our blood stream.

And if everything we have mentioned so far isn’t enough, then there’s the extra fat stored around your middle that’s linked to having excess cortisol from stress. This belly fat, that is so hard to lose, also produces other hormones that can raise your blood pressure, increase LDL (bad) cholesterol, and impair your body’s ability to use insulin which can lead to insulin resistance. And all of this can lead to heart disease, type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer.

As you can see stress can be deadly. There’s so much goodness that you can do for yourself if you learn to manage stress. It is definitely worth your time to learn about how diet, exercise, rest, and other stress management techniques can help.

This month we are focusing on all natural, whole food supplements that can help you be healthier. They can also help in the stress relief department, especially taking a multivitamin or Vitalizer and a protein shake every day. Together they are your basic nutrition supplements that can help you feel better, have more energy, improve your mindset – and are even guaranteed to have you feeling better in 30 days (or your money back)!

To help with your stress you can also try Stress Relief Complex that can help you feel calmer in 30 minutes. You can keep it on hand for when you need it or set a certain time, for example 30, 60, or 90 days, where you take it daily to help get your stress under control; and then take as needed. It is a blend of ingredients like all Shaklee products are, and so there are multiple benefits.

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Ingredients in Stress Relief Complex

Beta sitosterol

A natural plant sterol that has been shown to blunt the production of cortisol. So even if you are stressed, you body isn’t constantly sending those signals to activate cortisol in your blood stream.

L-Theanine

A naturally occurring amino acid found in green tea that increases alpha wave activity to help you relax both physically and mentally, without causing drowsiness so that you stay alert.

L-Tyrosine

An amino acid that works by helping to improve your mood

Ashwagandha Root Extract

An herb that has been used in India for centuries to enhance overall levels of energy and vitality,and can calm nervous tension and promote restful sleep.

Stress Relief Complex is an anti-stress, natural supplement that is holistic in helping to control stress. It provides ingredients that help promote a calm, more relaxed state without causing drowsiness – and it acts fast. You can actually feel more relaxed in as little as 30 minutes.

It can help you at work, at home, or anywhere, because it helps you feel more relaxed and have improved concentration.

All of the natural ingredients work together to help promote a calm, relaxing state without making you sleepy – how about that for a stress management supplement for when you are feeling stressed out and want something natural to help you.

To learn more visit:  Shaklee Stress Relief Complex.

The complete list of supplements we are discussing this month can be found at the bottom of this article:  What Supplements Should I Take.

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