Blushing Beaut — February 13, 2017 at 11:15 am

Stressed? You Might Want to Try This New Supplement



If, like me, you find yourself a little more stressed recently (thanks Trump), you’re not alone. According to a 2016 study, 77% of people reported to regularly experience physical symptoms caused by stress, while 73% regularly experience psychological symptoms caused by stress [source]. That’s a lot of people. And it’s no secret that too much stress can cause serious health problems if it goes on for too long or becomes chronic. There are many reasons for stress, from work and relationships to money and the media. And while taking time to yourself to relax, light some candles, and spark a movie marathon might ease some tension, there’s also other options to check out.

We recently tried StressRX, a new, all-natural supplement that helps with stress management. The supplement was created by America’s leading stress expert, Dr. Pete Sulack, it’s said to help lessen the effects of stress, as well as bring you focus and energy without feeling jittery.


The main ingredients include ashwagandha (used for anxiety and insomnia), rhodiola (used for energy, mental capacity, strength and and stamina)and cordyceps (used for strengthening the iummune system and improving athletic performance). Together, they combine to bring consumers a number of benefits. Not only does StressRX help reduce daily stress, but it also helps to protect the immune system, improve learning, memory and reaction time, stabilize blood sugar, lower cholesterol, reduce anxiety and depression without drowsiness, and it even offers anti-inflammatory benefits.

I’ve tried a number of supplements before and they never last long in my regimen. Often, I find that they can cause headaches or an upset stomach, but StressRX gave me zero adverse side effects. Of course, if you want to try out StressRX, make sure to consult with your healthcare provider beforehand. And for more information on it, head to their website.



Twisted Talk: How do you manage your stress? Have you ever tried taking a supplement for stress-related problems? Discuss below!


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