Wellness Planning Resources

Learning more about maintaining a healthy balance of neurotransmitters

When you’re feeling your best, odds are that your neurotransmitters are in a healthy balance. Neurotransmitters are chemicals in the brain that are responsible for many important functions, including mood regulation, appetite, mental sharpness and energy. Neurotransmitters main function is to carry messages from the brain to the body. When they are balanced, your body is able to positively respond to the demands of day-to-day challenges.

A healthy neurotransmitter balance is essential for a healthy life—and a healthy lifestyle is the best way to maintain neurotransmitter balance. Diet and nutrition, physical activity, plus adequate rest and relaxation all aid in healthy neurological function.

Why should you be concerned with maintaining a healthy neurotransmitter balance? A healthy neurotransmitter balance provides you with the following:

  • Focus, attention span, concentration, memory, mental sharpness and other healthy cognitive functions
  • Support for depressed mood and mild to moderate mood changes caused by everyday stress
  • Relief from occasional nervousness, nervous tension, and anxiety
  • Support for mental and physical fatigue caused by emotional stress

Diet and nutrition are key factors that contribute to a healthy neurotransmitter balance. A diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean meats and dairy will provide you with the nutrients your body needs to support neurotransmitter production and use. If you find that an adequate diet still leaves you short, a nutritional-herbal complex like Clarocet®, when used in conjunction with a well-balanced meal plan, can provide positive support for maintaining a healthy neurotransmitter balance and proper cell-to-cell communication. Sleep is another component for brain health. Adequate sleep is essential for the regulation of a healthy neurotransmitter balance. Occasionally, stress can interfere with sleep, causing sleep difficulty.

When used as part of a complete wellness plan, Clarocet products can help to promote a healthy neurotransmitter balance. A wellness plan that focuses on the 7 Aspects of Wellness should be an integral part of your day-to-day routine.

What are the 7 Aspects of Wellness? They are important life areas that include Emotional, Physical, Intellectual, Social, Spiritual, Occupational, and Environmental aspects.

Next: Discover the 7 Aspects of Wellness

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What is a Wellness Plan?
How Can a Wellness Plan Help Me?
How do I create a Wellness Plan?

Clarocet® is a family of biologically-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) products developed to alleviate the most common ways that people respond to everyday stress.

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We've developed Clarocet based on the latest independent clinical research. In fact, we've examined over 200 clinical trials, scientific studies and medical journals to develop our complete line of natural medicines for Emotional Wellness support. You can be 100% certain that the ingredients we use maintain a proven track record of safety and efficacy.

Browse the Clarocet Ingredient Reference Library to discover the science of nature with our ingredient profiles and detailed monographs.

The active ingredients in Clarocet are clinically shown to work. Daily use for six weeks is recommended.

You’ll get your best results from Clarocet NRI when you take it as part of a complete Wellness Plan that focuses on the 7 Aspects of Wellness®.

More Clarocet NRI Wellness Resources:

How does Clarocet work?
Is Clarocet safe?
Clarocet Official Usage Guidelines
Clarocet Q&A
Which Clarocet is right for me?

Talk to your doctor if your symptoms occur frequently, if they worsen over time or if they impair day-to-day life in any way. Symptoms lasting longer than 2 to 6 weeks, or those that go away for a time and then come back could mean that you have a diagnosable emotional health condition. Dietary supplements are not adequate treatments for conditions such as generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder or panic disorder. They should not be used as a replacement for prescribed medication to treat these conditions unless otherwise recommended by your doctor.


Ingredient Reference Library and Monographs