Stressed?
Uh, yes.

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WE CALL STRESS THE "OTHER" FEMALE HORMONE.

No surprise: Women 40-59 are the most stressed-out people in America. And cortisol is a hormone that affects us even more than you may think.

OUR STRESS STARTER PACK

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Women's Stress

Improve your stress resilience in mood and body every day.

Burnout Relief

1-2 droppers turn the lights back on, right when you need it.

Stave the Crave

This lowers sugar cravings and de-stresses in a tasty way.

"I'm not as irritable as before. I am not as fatigued as before. I have more focus. I'm more happy go lucky now."

The Real Facts

Stress makes us snack.
It’s not just you, stress often drives cravings for carbs and sweets. Stress eating is real—and it affects women more than men.
Stress makes us tired.
Stress is major contributor to the disturbed sleep many midlife women struggle with.
Stress hurts our bodies.
Ongoing stress and stress-related sleep issues may impair the body’s recovery processes, even changing how our neural, cardiovascular, metabolic and immune systems function with downstream impacts on health.*
Stress makes many of us gain weight.
Like we said, stress eating and metabolic effects. Plus being tired also drives carb and sugar cravings.

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Wile
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Clinically
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100% plant
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Reduces
PMS
Stress
support
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support
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Perimenopause
Naturopath-
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Wile
Other Supplements
Clinically
backed
100% plant
based
Reduces
PMS
Stress
support
Nervous system
support
Adrenal
support
Pre AND
Perimenopause
Naturopath-
formulated
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STUDIES:
*Published online 2015 Oct 1. doi: 10.5665/sleep.5066

Study: 2015 Oct 1 - Chronic Stress is Prospectively Associated with Sleep in Midlife Women: The SWAN Sleep Study
Martica H. Hall, PhD,1 Melynda D. Casement, PhD,1 Wendy M. Troxel, PhD,2 Karen A. Matthews, PhD,1 Joyce T. Bromberger, PhD,1 Howard M. Kravitz, DO, MPH,3 Robert T. Krafty, PhD,4 and Daniel J. Buysse, MD1