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Has anyone tried Cortisol Calm?

Answered on December 03, 2014
Created February 27, 2013 at 11:32 AM

http://www.pureencapsulations.com/media/CortisolCalm.pdf

It looks like mainly D3, a little Vit C and some herbal extracts.

Taking ZMA at night and D3 in the morning has improved my sleep tremendously, but I still wake up to pee once a night and wish I would just sleep all the way through. I was wondering about this supplement. I believe the PURE brand is a good one. Does anyone have any experience with this?

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on February 27, 2013
at 01:53 PM

The D3 amounts seem a little light, you'd still need another supplement if you don't get a lot of sun.

I know folks who swear by Rescue Remedy, but that's for more acute anxiety.

I tend to take a straight magnesium citrate supplement if I need some nighttime calm.

I don't know about magnolia, but I can physically see the difference in my husband's calm after he drinks chamomile tea.

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on December 03, 2014
at 05:08 AM

I have been on cortisol calm for 4 years. Acupuncturist subscribed for blood pressure and sleep problems. Now off of doctors bp medicine and better sleep.

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Dc9174dffaba08efd4162402bc7e486c

on December 03, 2014
at 05:07 AM

I have been on cortisol calm for 4 years. Acupuncturist subscribed for blood pressure and sleep problems. Now off of doctors bp medicine and better sleep.

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on March 01, 2013
at 10:53 PM

Based on your question cortisol, you may find the Paleo Sleep Challenge to be a good way to track the impact it has on you sleep.

Here is the link to sign-up (it is FREE).

The idea is to help you establish sleep goals. The goals will revolve around "sleep efficiency" metrics and aggregate time slept and will be measured using an app (the phone accelerometer enables the detection of movement which allows you to quantify sleep quality).

The challenge will be to sleep for 8 hours a day, 30 days in a row without the use of any pills or potions. If you sign-up you can get 20% the Paleo Sleep Kit" that is a bunch of simple tools that help relax the senses and induce sleep (i.e. aromatherapy for smell, light-eliminating eyemask for sight, noise reducing ear plugs for sound, goose feather pillow for feel / body posture, calming tea (such as chamomile like paleocurious mentions above) for taste).

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