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Olly Goodbye Stress Berry Verbena -- 42 Gummies

Olly Goodbye Stress Berry Verbena
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Olly Goodbye Stress Berry Verbena Description

  • Keep Calm & Stay Alert
  • GABA, L-Theanine & Lemon Balm
  • Berry Verbena with Other Natural Flavors

The Goods Inside



This fast working (within 30-60 minutes!) active supports a relaxed state of mind to help combat the acute effects of stress. Go GABA!!



GABA's partner in sublime - this amino acid goes right to work in your brain to help you keep your cool.


Lemon Balm

A soothing botanical that has been used for centuries to help quiet the mind.



Suggested Use: Take 2 gummies per day as needed. Chew thoroughly before swallowing.


Free Of
Artificial flavors and colors.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Gummies
Servings per Container: 21
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Carbohydrate3 g1%
   Total Sugars2 g*
      Includes Added Sugars2 g4%
GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid)100 mg*
Lemon Balm Extract (aerial parts)75 mg*
L-Theanine50 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Glucose syrup, beet sugar, water, gelatin, natural flavors, citric acid, coloring (from pepper, apple, tomato, sweet potato, and radish juices), pectin, vegetable oil (coconut, canola), carnauba wax (to prevent sticking).

Processed in a facility with products that may contain soy, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, milk, fish, shellfish and wheat.


Take only as directed. Do not exceed suggested dosage. Intended for occasional use only. If you have a medical condition, are on medication or are pregnant or nursing, please seek the advice of a qualified health care professional before using. Do not use if inner seal is broken or missing.


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5 Signs Stress is Catching Up With You— And What to Do About It

Tight deadlines, relationship tensions, mounting debt, errand after errand after errand—we all know what it’s like to experience stress.

And yet, in our hyper-driven, 24/7 world, it can be difficult to distinguish between positive stress—the sort that gets you to finish a task in a timely fashion—and negative stress, which can wreak havoc on your health.

Woman Experiencing Signs of Stress Sitting on Floor at End of Bed Holding Her Forehead in Pain |

With this is in mind, we’ve pulled together five discreet signs that stress is catching up with you—and how to take your life, and wellbeing, back into your hands.

Physical symptoms of stress 

1. Sign: Your teeth ache

There’s cavity pain—and then there’s the ache of bruxism. Characterized as a disorder in which you gnash, clench, or grind your teeth, it’s unconsciously done but deeply felt, and is oftentimes due to anxiety and tension. Over time, this can create not only facial pain but also infection and dental abscess.

Strategy: Sip tart cherry juice

For some, high anxiety can trigger stress-eating; for others, a complete loss of appetite. No matter what category you fall into, consider winding down your day with a glass of tart cherry juice. Rich in melatonin, it organically fosters a sense of calm—and may lead to a better night’s sleep.

2. Sign: Your period has disappeared—and you’re not pregnant, either

One month your period arrives on schedule; the next it’s as elusive as those keys you lost in your mad rush through the house.

Here’s why: Stress elevates cortisol levels, which can suppress ovulation and delay—or prevent—your period.

From a biological perspective, this makes sense: “A pregnancy on top of a stressful period in a person’s life is not ideal,” Flo reports. “Your body, in a way, is trying to keep your energy available to address the stress before conception takes place.”

Strategy: Put one foot in front of the other

Literally. Whether you choose a long walk or a short sprint, placing one foot in front of the other has a metronymic effect that can steady the mind and center you during a chaotic time.

Indeed, exercise is one of the most recommended solutions for reducing stress for a reason: A recent study out of Princeton shows that animals on a six-week aerobic conditioning program revealed a “biochemically calm state” that “remained steady even when the subjects were under stress,” Kimberly Goad reports.

3. Sign: The number on your scale has gone up—or down

Feeling suddenly puffy? Consider the amount of stress in your life.

Not only does stress cause some people to overeat (as mentioned), but it also alters the way you metabolize protein, fats, and carbs—and can lead to weight gain.

On the opposite side of the spectrum, stress may cause you to skip meals, thus resulting in weight loss.

Strategy: Give it a rest

Stress can provoke some to slip into self-destructive behaviors, whether that’s smoking, over-imbibing, or downing one cup of coffee after another. While these habits may seem to reduce stress in the short-term, they cultivate major problems in the long-run—and short-circuit your capacity to cope effectively in the here and now. After all, how can you possibly tackle that mound of work when your skull is pounding from a hangover?

4. Sign: You’re inexplicably nauseous

Stress doesn’t just make you difficult to be around—it also ravages nearly every one of your biological systems.

Chief among those? Digestion. The hormones released in a “flight or fight” response send your nervous system into overdrive, flooding your body with chemicals that send blood to your brain and away from your gut (while also instigating tense muscles and an increased heart rate). Stress can also cause the production of more digestive acid, thus resulting in a sour stomach. Identified as “anxiety nausea,” these episodes can be brief (think of “butterflies in the stomach”) or lasting.

Strategy: Eat some avo toast

In addition to quelling your nausea with water (sipped slowly), consider making yourself—or ordering up—whole-grain avocado toast.

Why? Avocado is an excellent source of blood pressure-regulating potassium and B6, which has been shown to mitigate stress by urging the nervous system back to equilibrium. Whole-grain toast, meanwhile, organically fosters serotonin production, thereby potentially giving you a brighter, can-do attitude.

5. Sign: Your earrings are itchy, your skin is red—and is that a rash on your back? 

Suddenly experiencing heightened sensitivity to your jewelry, laundry detergent, and heat? Or has your skin broken into hives, for no apparent reason?

Stress may be at play. When your body is on high alert, it releases histamine and may lead to a rash or hives. At the same time, stress lowers your immune response, making you less responsive to good news—and more receptive to possible irritants like lotion.

Strategy: Pick up your phone

…and not to check your work email for the umpteenth time in the day, either.

Stress frequently leads to isolation, and for understandable cause: Solitude gives you a break from distractions.

And yet, this is precisely when you should reach out. Whether it’s found in a phone call to your best friend or in a hug from your partner, connection is key to getting through life’s challenges.

There’s a reason behind this. “Adequate amounts of social support are associated with increases in levels of a hormone called oxytocin, which functions to decrease anxiety levels and stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system’s calming down responses,” the American Addiction Resources Center reports.

Even if you don’t have time for coffee with a friend, you’re bound to have ten seconds to send him or her a text. That alone can give you the strength and support you need to carry on—and find calm.

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