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Finding a Mood Supplement that's right for you

If you are looking for a mood supplement to relieve mild to moderate mood changes or a depressed mood caused by everyday stress, there are certain things you must keep in mind. A good mood supplement will work best when used as part of a complete wellness plan for stress management. Everyday stress can have an effect on your ability to maintain a steady and stable mood. A product that supports your body and mind’s ability to withstand everyday stress is also going to be a great mood supplement for overall mental and physical wellness.

What's in a good Mood Supplement?

There are certain plant-medicines, vitamins and minerals to consider when shopping for an effective mood supplement. A combination formula that brings together adaptogens (herbs that support the body in the presence of stress), natural mood enhancers, stress-fighting vitamins and neurotransmitter precursors (the amino acids necessary for the brain to produce mood regulating chemicals) relieves mild to moderate mood swings or a depressed mood caused by everyday stress. Which herbs and nutrients make the best mood supplement? These are the most recognized, researched and widely-used:

      • SAM-e
        (S-Adenosylmethionine)

        Supports healthy neurotransmitter productivity to promote optimal mood balance.
        Learn more about SAM-e
      • St. Johns Wort
        (Hypericum Perforatum)

        Clinically shown to be a natural reuptake inhibitor that may help to promote a healthy neurotransmitter balance.
        Learn more about St. John's Wort
      • 5-HTP
        (5-Hydroxytryptophan)
        Acts as a precursor to the neurotransmitter Serotonin, which regulates mood.
        Learn more about 5-HTP
      • Rhodiola Rosea
        (Rhodiola Rosea)
        Widely recognized for its broad spectrum of action to support a positive mood balance. Supports the body during times of stress.
        Learn more about Rhodiola Rosea
      • Passion Flower
        (Passiflora Incarnata)

        Relieves mild mood swings.
        Learn more about Passion Flower
      • Winter Cherry
        (Withania Somnifera)
        Supports the body during occasional periods of heightened mental and physical stress.
        Learn more about Winter Cherry
      • Valerian Root
        (Valeriana Officinalis)

        Promotes relaxation for relief of nervousness, nervous tension and occasional anxiety.
        Learn more about Valerian Root

Other mood supplements include vitamin C and the B-vitamin complex, both of which support healthy nervous system function. Combining a variety of mood supplements (e.g., SAM-e to promote healthy mood function, St. John's Wort to promote a healthy neurotransmitter balance, 5-HTP to support neurotransmitter health, Rhodiola Rosea to support the body during time of stress, Passion Flower for mood balance, Winter Cherry for stress relief, and Valerian Root for relaxation) provides a broad spectrum of action that is more effective than dietary supplementation with a single-herb/nutrient mood supplement alone. To learn more about Clarocet® ERT, a biologically-based complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) for mood, visit the ClarocetERT product homepage.

Adding a Mood Supplement to your wellness plan

A mood supplement can be an integral part of your wellness plan. Creating a wellness plan using the 7 Aspects of Wellness™ as a guide will help balance your mood and reduce stress for greater emotional and physical health. When used in conjunction with adequate rest, regular physical activity, and proper diet, a mood supplement can help to relieve:

 

      • Mild to moderate mood changes, irritability, and a depressed mood caused by everyday stress
      • Occasional anxiety
      • Reduced immune system response due to physical or emotional stressors
      • Low energy levels and daytime fatigue

Want to learn how to use ClarocetERT, a mood supplement, along with a wellness plan that focuses on the 7 Aspects of Wellness™? Click here to learn more.

When a Mood Supplement may not be enough

If you have been experiencing mood swings for longer than 2 to 6 weeks, or if you believe that your mood swings are due to a mood disorder, it’s very important that you speak with a doctor to find out if your symptoms warrant a more serious diagnosis. Any dietary supplement for controlling mood swings is not approved by the FDA to diagnose, treat, or cure a disease or disorder. Instead, dietary supplements should be used to help support positive mood balance in cases where mood swings are caused by everyday stress.


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