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Mood supplements help maintain emotional equillibrium. They promote a bright, positive outlook, helping to dispel the blues and doldrums.** In addition, mood supplements are known to:

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What are Mood Supplements?

While eyes, ears and skin allow us to see, hear and touch the world, our mood dictates our emotions and lets us to process how we feel about what we see, hear and touch. A certain mood provides a sort of tinted lens through which we take in any given situation. While a positive mood can aid someone in getting through a tough day, a negative mood can leave a person unable to function normally, significantly impacting their daily routine and overall quality of life.**

Mood issues affect millions of Americans. Approximately 40 million adults in the United States contend with varying states of worry. Many of these people are likely to find themselves in a blue mood, affecting roughly 18 million Americans to differing degrees. Mood issues may also overlap with sleeping issues, with as many as 60 million American dealing with sleep disruptions on a regular basis. Lack of rest then leads to a vicious cycle of emotional issues that affects overall wellness, both physical and psychological.**

There are many natural mood supplements that may help. These products consist of plant extracts and other compounds found in the body to provide gentle emotional support. Mood supplements may also help to maintain optimal wellness during the aging process. Studies have shown that some key compounds related to mood and emotional well-being decline with age, including 5-HTP, NADH and SAM-e, making mood supplements an intriguing option. Some of the most popular natural mood supplements include:**

  • 5-HTP: Scientifically known as 5-hydroxytryptophan, 5-HTP is an amino acid closely related to serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine), the neurotransmitter associated with a positive perspective. Unlike many nutrients, 5-HTP can cross the blood-brain barrier and help to elevate the brain's serotonin levels. 5-HTP may also promote calmness and sleep, and is a popular ingredient in mood supplements.**
  • GABA: The common name for gamma-aminobutyric acid, GABA is a neurotransmitter linked to a calming effect on the nervous system. Studies show that GABA may also have a relaxing effect that helps to regulate sleep.**
  • St. John's Wort: This widely known herbal extract has long been valued in wellness traditions around the world and is recognized for its role in mood support. Science has indicated that the antioxidant flavonoids in St. John's wort are the key to its benefits, working against a blue mood to maintain emotional balance and a bright, serene outlook.**
  • NADH: A coenzyme found throughout the body, NADH (a form of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is involved in various biological activities, including energy metabolism, cellular respiration and the creation of dopamine, a crucial neurotransmitter tied to feelings of pleasure. NADH helps uphold a good mood.**
  • Valerian: This perennial flowering herb is valued for its fragrant roots, which have been used for centuries in wellness practices. Studies have found that valerian in mood supplements may aid in easing worry and restlessness, and may be especially helpful in accelerating the onset of deep, rejuvenating sleep.**
  • SAM-e: S-adenosyl methionine is an antioxidant compound produced in the body from methionine, an essential amino acid, and the coenzyme adenosine triphosphate (ATP). SAM-e found in mood supplements has been researched for its ability to counteract the doldrums while maintaining emotional balance.**
  • Passionflower: This wildflower (Passiflora incarnate) has an extensive history of use by indigenous cultures of North and South America, who have valued the plant for its calming and rest-promoting qualities. Investigations have reinforced these beliefs, finding that passionflower extract has a comforting effect that encourages tranquility and restful slumber.**

Mood Supplements

Mood supplements include natural compounds, some of which are derived from plant sources. Capsules are the most typical form of mood supplements, although some mood supplements may be offered as a powder or liquid.**

Mood Supplements Directions for Use

Prior to taking mood supplements, be sure to consult with your physician or healthcare professional. Mood supplements dosage may vary widely based on specific nutrients, with capsules regularly ranging between 20 and 1200 mg.**