Having a routine helps us manage our response to daily stress. Here are 3 stress management supplements to help you support healthy stress responses in the body.

Natural Calm Magnesium Powder

Magnesium is essential in many functions in the body. Magnesium helps the body produce GABA, a neurotransmitter that is inhibitory and helps us with the functions of rest and sleep. When studied 68% of Americans lack adequate daily dietary magnesium. Natural Calm is a tasty way to boost your daily magnesium levels and promote healthy sleep functions. I drink 1 teaspoon in water before bed nightly! (1)

Drenamin by Standard Process

If you feel physically weak and less productive due to stress, Drenamin may be exactly what you need. Drenamin delivers whole-food adrenal support and B vitamins to the body to support a healthy stress response. When studied, B vitamins have been proven to help manage work-related stress. This study showed a reduction of personal strain and reduction in depressed mood within 90 days of supplementing with B vitamins. (2)

Cal-Amo by Standard Process

If you experience symptoms like allergies and asthma that get worse with stress, Cal-Amo is a wonderfully helpful supplement. Cal-Amo does the job of balancing the pH in the body. Have you ever known someone who had an allergy or asthma attack who felt better with an acidic food like coffee or cola? Exactly! It helps correct an overly alkaline pH, and so does Cal-Amo. Cal-Amo also supports the utilization of minerals and supports the adrenal glands as well. Other symptomatic improvements noted when taking Cal-Amo are reduction in joint stiffness and reduced acid reflux! (3)

If you need supplemental support for your stress response, please call our office today! Your practitioner will help determine which of these whole food stress management supplements is the best fit for you! If you would like to order one or more of these products, go HERE.

Yours in health and longevity, 
Kristen R. Clore, BS, MOT, OTRL, C.W.C.
I-MD, Ph.D. student in Integrative Medicine & Quantum Physics
Holistic Occupational Therapist, Nutrition Response Practitioner®

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Sources & References

  1. The Effects of Magnesium Supplementation on Subjective Anxiety and Stress—A Systematic Review, NCBI
  2. Reducing occupational stress with a B-vitamin focussed intervention: a randomized clinical trial: study protocol, NCBI
  3. Insight Into the Relationship Between Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease and Asthma, NCBI

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