Antidepressants: The Scary Truth

Antidepressants are medications meant to act on the chemistry of the brain to relieve symptoms of depression. Along with talk therapy, antidepressants can be wonderful in helping those suffering from depression live a more normal life. However, there are often side effects from the antidepressants. According to WebMD.com, side effects can range from nausea to sexual dysfunction among others. More medications are prescribed to deal with the side effects, and even those can cause side effects, or the original medication gets changed and adjusted and the cycle starts all over again. There also is the problem with serious interactions with other drugs you may be taking. For a more complete list, visit www.drugwatch.com. Some antidepressants (such as Paxil) have even been linked to birth defects when taken by women who are pregnant. Responsible physicians will not prescribe antidepressants that have been linked to birth defects to their patients who are pregnant (Read More)

Let’s Talk Stress [INFOGRAPHIC]

As the holidays approach,  many experience rising levels of stress and anxiety. It’s reported that 77% of Americans suffer physical symptoms of stress. The pressure of entertaining guests, traveling, maintaining relationships and performing well at work can all contribute to your stress-overload. Millions of Americans seek professional help and are encouraged to take prescription medications to find a solution. While these medications may be necessary for some, the side effects can often outweigh the benefits. In the infographic below are three products that naturally assist the body in combating stress without the side effects of prescription drugs!       Stress Eze, one of our best-selling formulas, is an all natural and non-addictive formula designed to calm you down. This formula contains St. John’s Wort,  which has been numerously reported to be as effective as some of the most frequently prescribed antidepressants, without the side-effects. L-Tyrosine, which is also found in our Stress (Read More)