We’ve picked out the best supplements you can take to boost your sex life, get a better sleep and de-stress a little bit better. Not everyone needs supplements and you may not need them all the time either. Sometimes they can help alleviate stress symptoms or get you a better nights sleep when you need to.
Adrenal-Pro blends essential nutrients and adaptogens to boost your energy while easing stress and fatigue caused by overworked adrenal glands. Take it to enhance both your physical and mental performance and for an overall improved sense of wellness. canprev.ca
Ultimate Anti-Stress, formulated with natural ingredients, supports your adrenal glands and reduces the effects of stress, to relieve nervousness, promote healthy sleep and help calm and soothe. pno.ca
Holy Basil Force promotes calm and balance and is Non-GMO Project verified—ingredients are carefully reviewed for GMO risk all the way back to the seeds. Holy Basil has been long employed by India’s Ayurvedic masters to support a positive stress response and healthy mood and spirit. newchapter.ca
Libido for Women is a gentle, yet effective homeopathic remedy to support female reproductive health. This easy-to-take liquid can revive diminished sexual desire and energy, and relieve discomfort. A healthy libido is a key part of happiness and wellbeing. orangenaturals.com
Sweet Dreams combines L-theanine to promote mental relaxation and help calm overactive thoughts after long, stressful days with chamomile and lemon balm, traditionally used for their calming effect. Taken before bed, it starts working rapidly and lasts for hours without side effects. sisu.com
Stressnil is based on classical Ayurvedic formulations to reduce stress, alleviate depression and promote a restful sleep. It contains a potent 35:1 herbal extract of six mental rejuvenation herbs and promotes restful sleep by enhancing tolerance to sleep disruption. Stressnil also reduces anxiety, depression and insomnia. sewanti.com
As always, if you’re about to take additional supplements, you may want to talk to your doctor, especially as some supplements may react with certain medications.
Author: Alex Hurst is a write for HUM@Nmedia covering Optimyz and Silver magazine for Canada. Alex is based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.