reducing your stress can...

  • Keep you from snacking
  • Boost your immune system
  • Reduce fat storage
  • Improve focus and concentration
  • Help you make better decisions

I feel so much lighter, like a burden has been lifted from me. Serenicalm works extremely well for me, and I would highly recommend this product to anyone who suffers any form of anxiety or stress.

- Patricia B

An all-natural, non-habit forming stress relief supplement to bring more serenity and calm to your body and mind.

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  • Keep you from snacking
  • Boost your immune system
  • Reduce fat storage
  • Improve focus and concentration
  • Help you make better decisions

What is SereniCalm?

SereniCalm® (serenity + calm) is a blend of herbs and organic compounds specifically designed to support your body in a healthy response to stress.

The complimentary blend of ingredients in SereniCalm is formulated to support a calm mind by supporting adrenal gland function, cellular energy generation and neurotransmitter activity (important chemical messengers that transmit signals between neurons).

With a combination of required enzyme cofactors and calming neurotransmitters, Serenicalm can help even out the “highs and lows” that may be contributing to everyday stress.

Stress.

What's In SereniCalm?

GABA

GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) is a chemical messenger (neurotransmitter) that helps regulate nerve impulses in your brain and nervous system. By inhibiting neural activity, GABA facilitates sleep, reduces mental and physical stress, lowers anxiety, and creates a calm state.

Niacin (B3)

Niacin is a cofactor in cellular energy production. Over 400 enzymes require the coenzymes synthesized from niacin for metabolic reactions - including the breakdown of protein, carbohydrates and fat. Niacin can aid in blood sugar regulation - supporting a more balanced stress response.

Pantothenic Acid (B5)

Pantothenic Acid (B5) is a precursor in the biosynthesis of coenzyme A (CoA). It is involved in the Krebs cycle and the synthesis of essential fats, cholesterol, and steroid hormones. These roles may be why B5 has long been recognized as supporting proper function of the adrenal glands.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is needed to maintain steady blood glucose and energy levels, which may help support maintaining equanimity in stressful situations. Individuals who experience panic attacks have been shown to have low B6 levels compared to healthy controls.

Glycine

Glycine is the smallest amino acid, and those who experience acute or chronic stress may have an even greater demand for it. It is a well-known inhibitory neurotransmitter which may be helpful for improving sleep quality. Improved sleep can be beneficial for supporting a healthy responses to stress.

Why Do We Need More Serenity And Calm In Our Lives?

Feeling exhausted, run down, overwhelmed and unable to lose stubborn body fat?
These may be signs your system is over-working.

Stress Response System.

All of the body systems are impacted by stress. It disrupts the balance and harmony that enable us to function optimally, have consistent energy, reap the rewards of our healthy eating and training, and sleep well.

The fight or flight system (also known as the sympathetic nervous system) is like the gas pedal in a car: when danger is sensed (by a part of your brain called the amygdala), the pedal gets pressed down, triggering your body with a burst of energy so it can respond quickly.

Once your brain activates the sympathetic nervous system, it sends signals to your adrenals, which respond by pumping the hormone epinephrine (also known as adrenaline) into the bloodstream.

Stress Response System.

If we continue to perceive a threat, the adrenals release cortisol, causing the body to stay “revved up” or on high alert.

Once the threat has passed, cortisol levels fall. The rest and digest system (also known as the parasympathetic nervous system) is able to dampen the stress response.

But many people are not able to dampen the stress response.

While a life threatening emergency may not be looming, chronic low-level stress may keep the stress response activated, keeping stress hormones pumping through the body.

When you press the gas pedal down in a car and keep it pressed down, the engine runs at high RPM’s.

Chronic stress is like that for your body – if you don’t have a way to trigger the parasympathetic system and put on the brakes, chronic stress just keeps that system active and the engine in overdrive – contributing to many health problems.

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Stress impacts many different organs and systems of
your body, and has far-reaching effects.

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Headaches
Mood Imbalances
Trouble Sleeping
Heartburn
Rapid Breathing
Weakened immune system
Pounding Heart
High Blood Sugar
Risk of heart attack and stroke
High Blood Pressure
Impaired Nutrient Absorption
Increased Hunger
Low Sex Drive
Stomach aches and upsets
Irregular periods
Depleted vitamins and minerals
Tense Muscles

Transform Anxiety And Stress Into Serenity And Calm

You can support your body’s response to stress with
mindful practices and quality supplementation.

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Spirit

SereniCalm acts on the pathways in your body that support your stress response, and can greatly support your entire system.

But by also tuning into healthy lifestyle practices that support you mind, body and spirit, you can reduce the impacts of chronic stress in today’s busy life.

Cultivating mindfulness practices, supporting your energy needs with quality nutrients from whole foods, exercising regularly and spending time connecting with nature, your community and your spirit are all ways to reduce stress and bring more peace into your day to day experience.

Take advantage of our comprehensive resource to reducing stress and anxiety in your life through reflection activities and lifestyle practices with the Stress Less Guide - included with your first purchase of SereniCalm.

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Stress Less Guide

How to bring more serenity and calm into your everyday life

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What Our Rockstars are Saying About
SereniCalm…

“With Serenicalm, I'm able to get a full 6-8 hours of sleep, and I feel like I'm able to handle my stress more.”- Tricia O.

“I feel so much lighter, like a burden has been lifted from me.”- Patricia B.

“When I take it in the morning I notice a big difference in how much I get triggered.”- Martha W.

“The very first time I took it it was so helpful. The very first night I slept so much better - I woke up feeling so much less stressed the next day.”- Kristen B.

“The benefit for me is I have less tension in my neck and shoulders and I sleep better.”- Dusty O.

“I don't have the tendency to get as ramped up when I'm stressed as I normally do, and I'm falling asleep and sleeping better than I used to.”- Tara M.

“I have experienced significant benefits since taking Serenicalm, including improving the quality of my sleep, and it was the best I have felt in my pre-menstrual days than I have in a long, long time”- Mary O.

“Just within 2 days of using the Serenicalm, I noticed I felt great, I didn't feel nervous, I didn't feel anxious. It was so subtle - there was no feeling like you're on something. I just feel great.”- Karen W.

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reducing your stress can...

  • Keep you from snacking
  • Boost your immune system
  • Reduce fat storage
  • Improve focus and concentration
  • Help you make better decisions

I feel so much lighter, like a burden has been lifted from me. Serenicalm works extremely well for me, and I would highly recommend this product to anyone who suffers any form of anxiety or stress.

- Patricia B

An all-natural, non-habit forming stress relief supplement to bring more serenity and calm to your body and mind.

$29.95

$29.95

$26.95

Products are automatically delivered on your schedule.
No obligation, modify or cancel your subscription anytime.

Shipping to

reducing your stress can...

  • Keep you from snacking
  • Boost your immune system
  • Reduce fat storage
  • Improve focus and concentration
  • Help you make better decisions

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