Stress, Emotional

What is Emotional Stress?

Emotional stress can range from person to person and can depend on what you are dealing with in your day to day life.  Emotional stress can come from life’s major hurdles such as death or sickness.  Most of us and how we deal with Emotional Stress can vary in levels of severity,  things how balanced we are, and our living situations, these things can impact how we react.

What are the symptoms of Emotional stress?

Symptoms of emotional stress can be feeling overwhelmed, lots of highs and lows, being stuck in a low mood.  Easily being set off or emotional about simple things.  It is can also lead to depression, anxiety, and simply a lot of anger.

Is there anything Natural I can do for Emotional Stress?

There are natural ways you can support Emotional Stress.  Diet is a key place to start when it comes to dealing with Emotional stress.  Having a balance of minerals, proteins, and fats can impact how balanced our bodies are and how well they function.   Our bodies use these amino acids and minerals to help with many of the chemical balances in the body.  Fats help to feed the brain and to support the endocrine system.  Supplementing is also a great way to help bring balance back to the body.  Below is a supplement protocol for Emotional stress.

Emotional Stress Protocol

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Ageless Thyroid (4)
Drenamin (6)
Min-Chex (6)
Organically Bound (2)
Symplex F or Symplex M (3)
Rhodiola & Ginseng Complex (3)
Valerian complex (3)
St. Johns Wort (3)
Tuna Omega-3 Oil (4)

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  • The protocol above is designed to address your issues at the foundational level, and not to treat disease. This means, in our opinion, most of our health problems, short of accident or trauma, are of a dietary nutritional deficiency. The listed protocol or supplement provides your body with essential micro and macronut­­­­rients to help and assist normal nutritional balance.
  • The daily dosage is in ( ) parenthesis for most protocols; for example (6) means take 6 per day, but spread it out by taking half in the morning and a half in the evening. Some protocols will have more specific instructions to follow.
  • MediHerb products, shown in italics, often speed healing response and should be considered for most protocols unless contraindicated.
  • We recommend adding the General Health Daily Fundamentals pack to each protocol. This adds to the critical foundational nutrition each protocol needs. It contains Catalyn––an entirely whole-food and glandular broad-spectrum multivitamin, Trace Minerals-B12, and Tuna Omega-3 pearls for your DHA and EPA omega 3 fatty acids daily requirements.
  • Spacing out the daily doses throughout the day improves absorption and is strongly recommended.
  • Most supplements should be taken with food except for PMG’s, most calcium products, Gastrex, Chlorophyll Complex™, Okra Pepsin E3, Cholocol II, and Zymex II. Also, most herbs work more efficiently if taken away from food.
  • Be advised that these nutritional and herbal products are not intended as primary therapy for any disease, but rather to provide nutritional and herbal support to help normalize body physiology and repair.


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2 thoughts on “Stress, Emotional

  1. Jana Rhinehart says:

    Attn: Carrie Cox.
    Carrie, we are under a very stressful condition right now , lots of anxiety, and we were wondering what would help us to get through this? We were thinking about Kava, St. Johns wort etc. What would you recommend?

    Thank you,
    Jana Rhinehart

    • Office of Jack Stockwell says:

      Hello Jana,
      Kava is a great one to help with stress, St. Johns Wort is as well but can take a little longer to feel it calming. I would also take the Min-Chex or Organically Bound Minerals as the minerals help to balance the body to help keep things calm. If you ‘re not sleeping well Nevaton Forte or the Valerian is very useful, helping you get better sleep. Getting good sleep is key in supporting the body and how we deal with stress.

      Carie L Cox BSc.

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