If you are like me, then you struggle with anxiety from time to time. That feeling of impending doom, worry, panic, sweaty palms and short breathing.
It can sometimes seem like a spiral, that you can’t escape. The anxiety makes you restless so you can’t sleep and less sleep means more anxiety.
Well, I have a little secret to share with you that you may not know…
Your problems aren’t all in your mind. Actually, they are. But it’s not what you think.
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that helps make connections in the brain. When levels of this chemical are low, an issue that’s known as serotonin deficiency, you may experience emotional and psychological symptoms.
Common Low Serotonin symptoms:
- Unpredictable irritability
- Feelings of sadness or depression
- Anxiety and intrusive, worrisome thoughts
- Trouble remembering things
- Difficulty sleeping or extreme fatigue
Do You Want to Feel Like Yourself Again?
If you’re struggling to keep a smile on your face and feel carefree, inspired and fulfilled, you don’t have to keep suffering. But it might take more than a pep talk to turn things around.
Do you want to feel more balanced?
Do you wish small stressors didn’t set you off?
Would you like to feel like you could handle anything that the world throws at you?
Maybe it’s time to recharge your serotonin levels.
Taking a vitamin that supports serotonin production can help elevate your mood and keep you feeling good.
When your Serotonin levels are healthy:
- You feel less panic, happier, and have more energy
- Your mood is balanced, focused, and ready for the day
- You have more concentration at work or at home
- Your muscles are loose and relaxed
In fact, what you put in your body can greatly affect serotonin.
You can further support serotonin production by taking the right vitamins.
But most stress and anxiety supplements out there do not make it to the gut as your stomach acid burns it up before it can reach it.
That is why Real Chill features an acid-resistant capsule so that the ingredients make it to your gut for maximum absorption.