D-Stress - B-Complex
Stress has powerful and dangerous effects on your body, including burning up your supply of B-complex vitamins.
People used to believe that B-complex was one, single vitamin, which had major effects in many of your body’s functions. Research later discovered that it was not any one vitamin playing all of these roles, rather a collection of water-soluble vitamins. This has led to the belief among consumers that these vitamins have a special relationship to each other, but in actuality, each has their own unique structure and roles to play.
Stress depletes many of these vitamins by burning through your water supply, and, by extension, many of your water-soluble vitamins. Your body can easily become dehydrated when you’re under stress. Your heart rate is up and you are breathing more heavily, which causes you to lose fluid and nutrients. Many people are even too stressed to remember to eat or rehydrate properly.
So how do you handle the negative effects of stress? Sipping water cannot possibly be the answer… Or can it? Not only can stress cause dehydration and the loss of vital nutrients, the opposite is also true. Dehydration and low levels of the nutrients that your body needs can cause, or add to, feelings of stress. It’s a vicious cycle.
The next time you’re feeling overstressed by work, worry or the daily hurdles you face in life, give this a try:
Feeling better yet?
Serving Size 8 Sprays (0.4 ml)
Servings Per Container 30
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.