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Calm + Clear

Feel calmer and more relaxed while nourishing your adrenal glands with Calm + Clear.  This comprehensive formula has short- and long-acting benefits. People taking Calm + Clear report feeling calmer and more relaxed within a half hour. This rapid response is important for restoring balance and feeling more grounded when you’re stressed, anxious, overwhelmed or wound up. Calm + Clear’s nutrients also nourish your adrenal glands for longer term adrenal health and a healthy stress response.

 

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Special Report: Natural Approaches for Anxiety and Everyday Stress

Calm + Clear: Top Natural Approaches for Anxiety

We’re living through incredibly stressful times that can render even the most stoic person stressed out—an uncertain economy, climate change, partisan politics and a global pandemic. Add onto that kids, finances and relationships and it’s enough to make anyone feel overwhelmed. Many people have described how juggling all this makes their brain feel like it has too many browser tabs open. Others feel like they just can’t turn their mind off, that they’re wound up, are experiencing a sense of doom or are having full-blown panic. Fortunately, there are natural ways to calm and rebalance your nervous system to help you feel better, think clearer and enjoy your day more.

Calm + Clear Results

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Calm + Clear Frequently Asked Questions

How to take Calm + Clear for Maximum Benefit

Q: How many capsules do I take per day? A: The recommendation on the bottle suggests people take one to two capsules per day, depending on how sensitive you are in general to nutrients in dietary supplements and how stressed out or anxious you feel. Experiment with how much works best for you. 

Q: If I decide to take two capsules, do I have to take them both at the same time? A: No. You can experiment with what works best for you. 

Q: Do I need to take the capsules with food? A: You don’t need to take the capsules with food. You can if you’d like, but it’s not required.

Q: Can I take Calm + Clear with Sleep Relief? A: Yes.

Q: How long should it take until I experience results? A: In a premarket trial of Calm + Clear, volunteers stated that they felt a difference within 20-30 minutes. 

Q: If I can’t swallow pills, can I still take Calm?  A: Yes. Simply open the capsules and mix with room temperature or colder food, like your favorite smoothie, yogurt, or cottage cheese.

Q: How long will a bottle last? A: If you take one capsule per day, one bottle lasts 60 days. If you take two capsules per day, one bottle lasts 30 days. However, your bottle may last longer if you feel you only need to take Calm + Clear every once in a while. 

The Devastating Impact of Stress on Collagen

The Devastating Impact of Stress on Collagen

People are frazzled, overwhelmed, and stressed. One devastating and overlooked impact is how stress destroys collagen—the protein responsible for providing strength, support, and integrity to tissues and organs throughout the body, including your skin and bones.

Top Natural Approaches for Stress

Top Natural Approaches for Stress

We’re living through incredibly stressful times that can make even the most stoic person stressed out—an uncertain economy, climate change, partisan politics, and a global pandemic. Add onto that kids, finances, and relationships and it’s enough to make anyone feel overwhelmed. Fortunately, there are natural ways to calm and rebalance your nervous system to help you feel better, think clearer, and enjoy your day more.

Surprising Links Between Anxiety and Heart Disease

Surprising Links Between Anxiety and Heart Disease

Anxiety is emerging as a significant influence on cardiovascular disease. And that’s important because, in the U.S., one-quarter of all Americans suffer from an anxiety disorder at some point in their lives. And in turn, cardiovascular diseases continue to be the leading cause of illness and death in the United States.

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