Is your life is as busy as mine is during the holiday season? Holiday parties, house guests and everything from juggling work and family to shopping and running errands in the chaos of the holiday season can lead to anxiety, stress and ultimately a poor night’s sleep.
To combat holiday stress I often try yoga, meditation and some extra pampering. When that doesn’t work, I reach for this miracle product by Allergy Research. It’s called Liposomal Zen and It’s so simple to use, I keep a spray bottle in my purse. There is a capsule version available also.
This product was designed to provide you with the support you need to manage daily stress. What makes Zen so effective for calming moods is the proprietary formula that contains two key ingredients, GABA and L-theanine.
Zen stress relief supplement by Allergy Research has several key health benefits:
- Promotes a relaxed and calm state of mind.
- Helps to balance brain activity to enhance feelings of well-being.
This unique combination of L-theanine and GABA has been formulated to support the production of alpha-wave activity in the brain. And it keeps its promises. This unique feeling of relaxation is just one of the benefits I and others who have used it report. Two capsules offer a unique and natural path to relaxation without sedation or effects of heavy over the counter or prescription medications.
Allergy Research Group uses only the purest raw materials available and are known for the strictest quality control procedures available since 1979. Allergy Research Group is licensed by The California Department of Health Services—Food and Drug Branch.
A 2015 study on GABA published by the National Institute of Health found that GABA supplementation can help improve performance of planned daily tasks and reduce anxiety.
The study said, “Oral GABA supplementation can act directly on the CNS in a peripheral aspect through the gut. There is definitely a gut-brain relationship between nutrition and the gut microbiome and how they support brain health and function. The gut and brain communicate through the nervous system, immune system, and hormones.
In addition, the hypothalamus (emotional neuroendocrine control center of the brain) is outside and not protected by the blood brain barrier, so these two factors can explain how GABA affects the CNS. It is clear in the research that GABA is helpful with anxiety, and there are many case studies which demonstrate its effectiveness.”
The way GABA and L-theanine work synergystically together is explained in this article by Pshchology Today, “The anti-anxiety effect of L-theanine is achieved through enhanced alpha brain wave activity and increased synthesis of GABA. Increased GABA, in turn, increases brain levels of dopamine and reduces serotonin, resulting in general feelings of calm and well-being.”