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It’s definitely a topic amongst scientists and the health and fitness world... The impact of Stress.

" While the term “self care” may lead some to roll their eyes, it’s one of the most important habits we can form. In its most basic definition, self care is the act of preventing unwanted physical and emotional harm through intentional behavior. It can be as simple as taking a daily vitamin, or as extensive as taking a three-month sabbatical from work to get a break from the daily grind. There’s always room to do more to take care of yourself, so we compiled this list of ideas to help get you started.

Get your ZZZs. Most adults need 7-9 hours of sleep everyday to get the full benefits of a night of rest.

Quit being a workaholic. Although our culture may encourage working around the clock, our health can suffer from it; in fact, workaholicism (yes, it’s a thing) can actually lead to disorders including anxiety and OCD.

Invest in your physical fitness. Feeling good physically isn’t just good for your physical well-being, but does wonders for your mental health, too!

Destress, your own way. Whether it’s a warm bath, taking a walk, meditating, or dancing with friends, schedule time for yourself every day to do something that makes you feel good.

Believe in yourself. Sounds cheesy, but knowing that you’re worth a little TLC will help you to choose self care over working unnecessary overtime, missing your favorite class at the gym, or skipping meals.

There’s nothing selfish about self care – you have to take care of yourself before you can take care of others. And, you deserve it! "

 - Jennifer Lauren

Our our take on stress? You can counteract the damaging effects of stress by calling upon your body’s miraculous potential for self-healing.

Aid the Body.

You determine how it affects your life.

Find what works best for you; and it may be a combination of sorts. Things that you can look into to, whether it's physical or emotional stress, your body and mind may be aided with physical, psychological, nutritional or herbal therapies.

Here are a few things that we, Jimmy & Marco, use in our daily living.

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InnerCalm Adaptogenic

De-Stress Powder

Feel less stressed. This vegan dietary supplement is formulated with sustainably-sourced Ashwagandha (a powerful adaptogen) plus sustainably-sourced Saffron to help you achieve a balanced mindset.◊ Featuring the tea-leaf derived amino acid L-theanine to help temporarily promote a sense of calm and relaxation, mix one scoop into any beverage without worrying about drowsiness or other unwanted side effects. ◊ With a delicious Peach-Green Tea flavor, you'll love how this vegan dietary nutrition supplement tastes -- and how it quiets your mind. ◊◊ 

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Internal Seeker Pack

If you're out to seek your inner self then this triplet of mushrooms can help guide you on your journey of personal discovery and transformation. These 3 liquid extracts may help you to feel calm, collected and at one with your mind, body and soul. 

LifeCykel's Double Liquid Extracts are alcohol based and engineered in their labs in Australia and USA using a unique double extraction process, they are full spectrum which means that they use both the mushroom fruiting bodies and the mycelium in our extraction process to create a well-rounded, high quality product.

All of their Double Liquid Extracts are infused with Australian native Kakadu Plum, known to have the highest content of vitamin C gram for gram than any other fruit in the world.

◊These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Formulated without artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners; formulated without high fructose corn syrup, dairy or soy. Formulated without gluten.

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