How Serenelle® Can Help Manage Work Stress?
Stress is the one thing we all have in common. Whether you’re working two shifts, the graveyard hours, or find yourself using your laptop when you were supposed to be asleep, stress affects everyone regardless of what work they do.
A small amount of stress every now and then is alright. It’s natural, and the body also relies on stress for some of its everyday functions. However, the problem starts when the body is stressed more than its fair share of the day. If not averted, stress can contribute, and quite possibly trigger, a variety of health conditions that will undoubtedly affect your work and lifestyle.
That is why we developed Serenelle®, a product formulated to help manage stress.
What’s inside Serenelle®?
- Lemon Balm as Relesse: Lemon balm is an ingredient native to Europe, West Asia, and North Africa. A study in 2004 cited lemon balm’s efficacy as a compound that can help manage stress, with volunteers saying they felt calmer, yet also alert when they used it as a supplement. *
- Sensoril ashwagandha extract: This is one of the best stress-management ingredients in the industry. It helps to directly influence stress levels and helps users cope with anything that may be considered stressors. It’s so effective that supplement companies use Sensoril to help users adapt to the stress of lifting and working out or dieting. *
- Theanine: Theanine is considered the antithesis to caffeine in that it mitigates many of the side effects associated with excessive caffeine consumption. It does so due to its many relaxing and calming properties. *
- PharmaGABA: GABA is a neurotransmitter that the brain uses to tell the body when it’s time to relax, especially when you’re about to sleep. PharmaGABA is a special type of GABA that can help with GABA production which in turn, helps you relax and keep calm. *
Other ways to manage stress levels:
Serenelle® can help manage stress levels, but it should be supplementary along with a healthy lifestyle. Here are some critical lifestyle changes you can apply to manage work-related stress.
- Lower caffeine intake: Caffeine can help give us focus as well as jolt us up during the slow hours of the day. However, caffeine can also be an unnecessary source of stress for the brain, as it prevents the body from relaxing or being in a healthy “low energy” state, especially when we’re about to sleep. By lowering caffeine ingestion, you are directly helping the body pace itself and manage energy levels naturally. This also makes Serenelle® more effective.
- Keep your phone away when you sleep: Our phones can be a source of joy and comfort, but also a primary source of stress. The blue light from phones have been found to negatively affect sleeping habits. More than the negative physical aspects, our phones are our main door to social media. Browsing social media before bedtime (or any time of day for that matter), can be a double-edged sword when it comes to stress. It can make you feel happy or it can ruin your day.
- Higher quality sleep: Sleep problems can significantly contribute to stress levels. When we wake up with poor sleep, the first thing we reach for is coffee. Coffee energizes us, but it also burdens the body with high stress levels. When the energy goes back to normal, we reach for another cup, and the cycle restarts until we go home and have trouble sleeping again. If you can take control of your sleep patterns, you are one step closer to better stress management.