D-Stress BOOSTER - boosts your energy, physical and mental, and manages stress surges in 30 minutes!
In our hectic daily life, marked by psychological pressure, the search for performance and immediate results, there are many stressful situations.
D-Stress BOOSTER is a combination of 2 3rd generation magnesium, taurine, arginine and B vitamins, highly concentrated in sachet format to take anywhere, with natural flavors of peach and lemon.
Thanks to 1 to 2 sachets per day, it will accompany you throughout the day to regain the necessary energy and quickly deal with the rises of intense stress: work meeting, job interview, stage fright, exams, competitions, etc. .
Indeed, stress causes the body to lose magnesium too quickly, which is evacuated naturally.
Less magnesium = less energy = loss of attention and concentration = increased fatigue. And in case of magnesium deficiency, stress is more invasive, less manageable. We then go from stage fright to intense stress. D-Stress BOOSTER will break this vicious circle in 30 minutes, without side effects or addiction.
It will also allow you to recover more quickly after intense physical or sporting effort such as running or cycling. With its massive intake of magnesium, it will prevent the body from the side effects of a "failed" sports recovery, of which the appearance of cramps is the most striking example.
The formulation of D-Stress BOOSTER, cousin of D-Stress COMPRIMÉS, is a real benchmark on the stress market and has been patented.
It is the synergy between its different components that makes D-Stress BOOSTER a particularly effective nutritional supplement with proven energy and anti-stress action!
Essential for energy metabolism, B vitamins stimulate vitality and contribute to the proper functioning of the nervous system. Magnesium also helps boost energy metabolism and therefore reduce fatigue. Finally, vitamin B5 helps restore good intellectual performance.
Taurine and arginine are two amino acids naturally present in the body and essential for its functioning.
- Lack of energy
- Chronic or transient fatigue
- Intense day: exams, work meetings, sports competition, back to school...
- Increases in stress
- Overwork, palpitations, anxiety, hyperemotivity
- Intense physical activity
- Significant mental load