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February 05, 2021 4 min read

Anxiety currently affects over 40 million adults in the United States alone¹. Brought on by a combination of personality, genetics, and life events, most of us struggle with anxiety or high-stress levels at least once in our lives. 

There are different options for coping with stress and anxiety. You may find that exercise helps boost your mood. Aromatherapy, time management strategies, and even cuddling up with a furry friend have also shown to help quell anxious thoughts and lower stress to more manageable levels. 

In conjunction with these other tactics, you may be helped by some natural supplements. Here we'll discuss the six natural remedies that help calm feelings of anxiety. These ingredients work together quickly to lessen anxiety and help you find relaxation, calmness, and peace.


Cup of calming green tea
L-Theanine is an amino acid naturally found in green tea, shown in clinical studies to significantly lower stress rates among participants². Unfortunately, the caffeine found in teas can counteract L-Theanine's calming effects. This is why it works better for you if you take it as a supplement or if you specifically seek out low-caffeine or caffeine-free green teas.


How does L-Theanine work?

Amino acids are the essential "building blocks" of proteins and are responsible for helping your body synthesize hormones and neurotransmitters. These processes are vital to your mood and mental health. 

Passion Flower

The Passion Flower has been used in Europe and South America as a medicinal treatment since the 1500s. Research today suggests our ancestors may not have been far off. Modern studies have found evidence that Passion Flower reduces stress and improves memory³.

How does passion flower work?

Passion Flower extracts may increase your body's gamma-aminobutyric acid level, a neurotransmitter that produces a calming effect.

Valerian extract

Sleeping woman calm and relaxed
Extracts from the valerian herb's roots have seen usage as sedatives and anti-anxiety treatments for thousands of years. A review of Valerian studies concluded that Valerian might help people overcome sleep issues without producing any severe side-effects⁴. Valerian has also has shown to be non-addictive.


How does valerian work?

Valerian is noted for its valerenic acid, isovaleric acid, and a variety of antioxidants. These ingredients are what calm the mind and promote sleep, as well as overall health. 
Valerian partners well with the Passion Flower, both are natural remedies working at their best when taken together. It is because Valerian slows the breakdown of gamma-aminobutyric acid, the helpful neurotransmitter supplied by Passion Flowers. 


You may be most familiar with niacinamide as one of the superstars of anti-aging skincare, but this vitamin can also help you calm down and get some good rest⁵.

Niacinamide is also known as Vitamin B3. Vitamin B3 exists in a few different forms. It would help if you always double-check that you are taking niacinamide and not niacin nicotinic acid

How does niacinamide work?

Niacinamide can be converted by your body back into tryptophan, which is necessary to create melatonin, serotonin, and the amino acid 5-HTP. This conversion pathway is essential for sleep and may also help alleviate depression⁶. 


Nuts grains as source for Magnesium supplement
Magnesium is a mineral that is vital to your overall health. It's directly involved in over 300 enzyme reactions in your body, so you see it as a staple of almost every multivitamin⁷. Studies have linked magnesium deficiencies to higher stress levels.


How does magnesium work?

Magnesium helps curb stress and anxiety in much the same way as the Passion Flower by increasing gamma-aminobutyric acid levels, regulating mood. Also, magnesium assists in everything from muscle function to promoting a healthy immune system. Remember that every area of wellness compliments the others. By improving physical health, magnesium is also promoting good mental health. 


Taurine is another amino acid that increases gamma-aminobutyric acid as well as glycine. Taurine has been found to help prevent anxiety as well as depression.

How does taurin work?

Taurine has been shown in scientific studies to protect your brain's neurons from the harmful effects of excess glutamate. Under normal circumstances, glutamate is a necessary neurotransmitter for managing learning and memory. However, when brain cells are oversensitive to glutamate or if there is excess glutamate produced by the brain, it can cause cellular damage. Taurine can help protect your mental health from the potential effects of glutamate excitotoxicity.

The Seredyn Formula


Seredyn Complete Calm
The Seredyn Formula uses clinically proven amounts of all six of these ingredients to craft the ultimate formula for a natural way to alleviate anxiety, stress, and sleep issues. Caring for your mental health is a multi-step process. By supplementing a healthy lifestyle with these natural anti-anxiety ingredients can help you achieve balanced mental wellbeing.






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