When you experience stress, your body goes through a series of physiological responses that feed into your nervous system and circulatory system. It is well documented that stress has a substantial affect on the heart. Some of short lasting stress can be good for the heart. For example, physical exercise can put the heart under a degree of stress that is, generally agreed, to be beneficial provided that heart is not suffering from any disease.
However, if this stress is prolonged or gets chronic due to daily stress at work then the heart is forced to work harder for longer. It is believed that the stress hormones (adrenaline and cortisol which increases heart rate, directs blood flow to the muscular system and releases fats into the bloodstream for use as energy) make blood thicker and stickier in preparation for any potential wound or injury. but in chronic stress this protective mechanism causes blood clots to form within the bloodstream because the body reacts to all stress in the same way. Some scientists believe stress contributes to hypertension (high blood pressure), and, for decades, people have advised the nervous, anxious, irritable, or pessimistic among them that they will work themselves into a heart attack. In fact, people who are more likely to see events as stressful do seem to have an increased rate of heart disease.
It is possible to treat some stress conditions by using a good B vitamin complex. In fact many people that are suffering from a general Vitamin B deficiency have various forms of mental problems. The mostly connected with the nervous system are Vitamins B3 (Niacin), B6 (Pyridoxine) and B12 (Cobalamin). Vitamin B6 along with vitamin B12 are the two principal members of the B complex that have an effect on stress, and a deficiency of these can make you more prone to this frequently debilitating condition.
B-CALM Super Health spray is a combination of Vitamins B1, B3, B5, B6 and B12, Vitamin C and a proprietary blend of herbs, designed to help reduce both emotional and physical stress.