What Supplements to Take if You Need to Calm Down – Dietitian Reveals a List

What Supplements to Take if You Need to Calm Down – Dietitian Reveals a List

Unfortunately, so many factors in our society could induce you that feeling as if you’ve been transformed into a bomb that’s about to explode. You might hate the President too much; social networks could become stressful; you may be concerned about the afterlife, and so on.

Classical methods of trying to calm down, such as taking deep breaths or lying down in a bed, might not work sometimes. You have no other choice but to look for another solution.

EatThis.com has made an interesting list of a few supplements that you could try for feeling calm. After discussions with Lisa Moskovitz, RD, CEO at NY Nutrition Group and a member of a medical expert board, the publication has revealed a few recommendations:

1. Sweet Calm by Objective Wellness

The most important nutrients included in this supplement are magnesium and ashwagandha. Moskovitz declared for EatThis.com:

With 45 milligrams of magnesium glycinate and 162.5 milligrams of Ashwagandha, Sweet Calm by Objective Wellness will channel your inner peace one bite-sized chocolate at a time.

2. The Magnesium Complex Powder by GoBiotix

This supplement also has magnesium onboard. Four hundred twenty milligrams, to be more precise. You can also get it in different flavours.
Moskovitz explains, as quoted by EatThis.com:

[It] contains a Magnesium blend that targets nerve and muscle function while improving energy, sleep, bone health, fighting against headaches, and most importantly, relaxing your mind.

Credit: Pixabay.com, Wolfgang Eckert
Credit: Pixabay.com, Wolfgang Eckert

3. Oh Grape by Groove

This supplement has resveratrol, which can overcome stress.

4. MOOD by The Nue Co

Moskovitz has something important to say in this area as well, as also quoted by EatThis.com:

If your objective is a more calm and manageable mood, this supplement has all the essentials: Ashwagandha, vitamin D, and B-vitamins,

B-vitamins can specifically assist in serotonin production, an important feel-good neurotransmitter, and mood-regulator.

5. The Big Chill by Hum

The Big Chill uses the Rhodiola Rosea adaptogen that fights stress. Moskovitz explains that the adaptogen can support healthy adrenals able to improve the overall stress response of the mind.

What do you think about the list? Which supplement would you choose?

Cristian Antonescu

Even since he was a child, Cristian was staring curiously at the stars, wondering about the Universe and our place in it. Today he's seeing his dream come true by writing about the latest news in astronomy. Cristian is also glad to be covering health and other science topics, having significant experience in writing about such fields.

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