Valerina Day-Time: Licensed herbal medicine for Stress
STRESS: For the mother of the bride organising the wedding, the end of the financial year for the self-employed, examination time for students or work pressure placed on the young or mature adult – stress can affect us all at different stages of life.
When stressed the body produces adrenaline to prepare the body for ‘fight or flight’. Blood pressure raises, the rate at which the heart beats increases as does the rate at which you perspire. Adrenaline may also reduce blood flow to the skin and reduce stomach activity resulting in constipation or diarrhoea. Cortisol also releases fat and sugar into the body which lowers immunity as a result.
All of these changes were extremely useful in the past when humans had to fight or run away from danger but now the majority of us are stuck in a busy office or endure a daily commute, these chemicals remain unused and over-time they can damage your physical and mental health.
Valerina Day-Time is a licensed traditional herbal remedy that contains valerian and lemon balm for the relief of tenseness, irritability and the stresses and strains of modern living.
Few herbal medicines are regulated and are checked for their quality, safety and whether they actually work. Valerina Day-Time is a licensed herbal medicine, which means the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, (MHRA) has reviewed evidence and clinical research that shows it is safe, of pharmaceutical quality and effective, and is authorised to carry a medical indication on its packaging together with an in-pack information leaflet. Unlicensed herbal medicines have not been assessed in this way by the MHRA and are not allowed to carry an indication as their quality, safety and effectiveness has not been assessed.
Valerina Day-Time costs £5.99 for 80 tablets from Boots, Lloydspharmacy, Holland & Barrett or by mail order at Sunshine Health on 01453 751395. For further information please call the customer care line on 01628 488487 or click onto www.medicherb.co.uk. For information about herbs visit www.herbfacts.co.uk
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Notes to Editors:
In April 2006 the Health & Safety Executive reported that work-related stress was making half a million people in the UK ill, while 5 million people in the UK feel ‘very’ or ‘extremely’ stressed. London is also ranked as the 12th fastest walking city in the world in a recent study that updated the findings of a 1997 report which showed that walking speeds depicted the pace of life in a city.
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