Natural Care Anxiety Relief - 120 Tablets
Natural Care Anxiety Relief is an advanced, safe and natural medicine that has been successfully used by thousands of people. It brings prompt symptomatic relief of occasional minor anxiety, fear, worry, panicky feelings and apprehension associated with everyday life without synthetic drugs or side effects. And doesn't require a prescription.
For Symptoms of Anxiety and Stress:
- Anxiety, Worry or Nervousness
- Panicky Feelings
The Prevalence of Anxiety
Anxiety is one of the most common feelings in America today. More than 30 million people in America experience some form of anxiety each year. Women are twice as likely as men to develop panicky feelings which typically strike in young adulthood, with the median age of onset occurring at 24 years. Children and adolescents can also experience daily anxiety. Anxiety costs the U.S. billions in direct and indirect costs annually. One survey found that people experiencing panicky feelings make more trips to their health care provider than the general population.
Anxiety Relief contains the highest quality, all-natural ingredients in strict compliance with the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States. Homeopathic medicines have demonstrated unsurpassed safety for nearly 200 years and are safe for children, the elderly and pregnant and nursing women when taken as directed.
Anxiety Relief helps make occasional, minor anxious feelings less frequent or eliminates them altogether. It helps you feel less vulnerable to the minor annoyances that make up your daily life. And it works without side effects, synthetic drugs or function impairment.
For some it can be an overwhelming sense of apprehensive or uneasiness of mind. Or it can be worrisome thoughts and tension and sometimes panicky feelings about the ordinary stresses associated with everyday routine life events and activities. In any case, it is an undesirable sense of uneasiness that may be accompanied with self-doubt about one's capacity to cope with it. An anxiety sufferer may anticipate something worse even though there is little reason to expect it.
Stress is a term widely used in our current fast-paced society. Often the daily demands placed on us build up and accumulate to a point where it becomes very challenging to cope. Job pressure, family arguments, financial pressures, deadlines, etc., are common examples of stressors. It can be almost anything which creates a disturbance, including something physical or emotional.