CONTEST IS OVER! CONGRATS TO
Cathy W #19!!
Ever have “those kind of days”? You know, the days where you can not stop worrying and stressing about something? Or when you have the worst tension headache and your shoulders ache so bad? Ugh, I do, pretty much all the time. In this day and age, you have to really be careful about how much stress you allow into your life. With the way the economy is and other factors (MANY other factors), stress is just inevitable!
Maybe you cannot eliminate the stress in your life, but you can certainly down size it and then do something for YOU. With Happy Hour Effect, you can help your body and mind, deal with that stress. Did you know that stress contributes to illness and is the leading cause of death in the United States and it is only becoming more severe. But there are things we can do to help reduce the damage that is being done by the inevitable stressors that arise every single day. Happy Hour Effect is an award-nominated stress relief health supplement carried at GNC stores that doesn;t just change the brain chemistry like other stress supplements do. It is different because it because it protects the whole body from the damaging effects of stress.
About the Founder and President of Happy Hour Effect (taken from their press release):
Kristen Brown, 34, started the company after her healthy, 30-year-old husband died unexpectedly when their daughter was just an infant followed just two weeks later by a challenging situation at work and then the downfall of the economy. She was STRESSED! But through her crazy adventure through grief, Kristen discovered ways to harness her stress into something positive and now own Happy Hour Effect LLC, a work/life balance company whose tagline is Stress Management Made Simple!
I was sent two bottles of the Happy Hour Effect. I gave one to my Mother-in-Law and I kept the other for me and my husband. It contains a proprietary blend of vitamins, amino acids, metabolites and herbs. And it really does help alliviate my everyday stresses. Though, I still have them, of course, I can deal with the stress factor a whole lot better, when I take these. I have not noticed any side effects at all, and my mind just feels more clear. Of course, these are my personal experiences from this product and yours may be different. And of course ALWAYS consult your doctor before taking anything!! Check out the product ingredients here!
You can purchase the Happy Hour Effect at GNC or online at GNC. It retails for $29.99 per bottle.
One person is going to win a bottle of the Happy Hour Effect to keep or give to one person in their life who has a lot of stress!
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I was sent 2 bottles of the Happy Hour Effect. These are my own honest opinions of this product, thanks!