We are going to look at the Fit Affinity Stress Relief supplements in more detail in this review, and let you know whether they do everything they say they will and whether they are safe for you to take. Keep on reading to see what we think.
Fit Affinity Stress Relief is a nootropic supplement made in the USA and is aimed at women. It is designed to give customers temporary relief from symptoms of stress, and helps to promote relaxation and a positive mood. The product is taken orally in capsule form, once or twice a day depending on the users stress levels.
It contains a range of vitamins and minerals, as well as herbal extracts such as lemon balm, passionflower, and chamomile, all of which have been used for hundreds of years to relieve stress and to make the user feel calm.
Ashwagandha can cause upset stomach ache, vomiting, and diarrhea. Passion flower can cause drowsiness, dizziness, and confusion.
When taken by mouth, lemon balm powder can cause some side effects including increased appetite, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, dizziness, and wheezing.
Fit Affinity Stress Relief is currently £23.99 a month for UK customers from the official Fit Affinity website if bought as a one-time purchase. You can subscribe to the sale price, but at the moment, this appears to be the same as the one-time purchase price.
The bottles contain 90 capsules which are enough to last the consumer up to three months, if taken as directed.
Actually, we think this is a pretty decent supplement in terms of helping ease stress and anxiety. The ingredient profile is definitely not the worst we have seen, and the manufacturer has chosen to be transparent about the ingredient quantities, which look to be about right.
We aren’t quite sure why it is particularly targeted at women though – we suspect that this is little more than a marketing gimmick.
Fit Affinity appears to be above board, and have a professional looking website, which is always a good sign.
However, we are concerned about the lack of reviews on the product. There is just one, and that is on the official website, so needs to be taken with a pinch of salt. We like to know what a range of people think about a product before we can recommend it. To make this even worse, there is a very limited returns policy – it is only on unopened products and even there it may only be ‘considered’.
On that basis, we do not recommend Fit Affinity Stress Relief to our readers.
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The Fit Affinity Stress Review is a nootropic supplement from Fit Affinity, aimed at women. It is supposed to help users feel relaxed and relieve symptoms of stress and anxiety. It contains a range of ingredients known to help with reducing stress levels. It comes in a capsule form, designed to be taken once or twice a day, depending on how you are feeling.
Fit Affinity claim that their product is:
A host of natural & herbal ingredients, including Lemon Balm Leaf Powder, Chamomile Flower Powder, as well as Thiamine (vitamin B1), Riboflavin (vitamin B2), and Niacin (vitamin B3), all of which are essential in helping your body to manage stress and offset negative effects, such as fatigue, exhaustion and mild anxiety. Add to this L-Theanine, a non-essential amino acid which facilitates sleep and regulates your mood by increasing the brain’s serotonin “happy” neurotransmitter, as well as zinc and magnesium, which are key minerals in your body’s fight against stress… your struggle to unwind will be a thing of the past!
- Helps relieve stress
- Promotes relaxation
- Boosts positive mood
- Natural ingredients
- Helps regulate mood
In terms of helping you to relax, yes, we do think it may have some positive effects for some people. It is jam-packed with ingredients that are pretty well known for helping to temporarily ease the symptoms of stress and anxiety, such as lemon balm, chamomile, and ashwagandha.
Obviously, it will only be a temporary solution to feelings of stress and anxiety, and, as with all supplements, not everyone will react the same.
Some of the ingredients have side effects. This includes ashwagandha, which can cause upset stomach ache, vomiting, and diarrhea. Passion flower can cause drowsiness, dizziness, and confusion.
When taken orally, lemon balm powder can cause some side effects including increased appetite, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, dizziness, and wheezing.
We cannot see any cautions listed for this supplement on the bottle label or the website. However, as with all supplements, it is important to check with a doctor or healthcare professional before use if you are under the age of 18, pregnant or breastfeeding, have any existing medical conditions or are taking any medication, whether it is prescribed or over the counter.
There is just one review on the official website, which is five star:
The results it’s amazing
We always take reviews left on official websites with a pinch of salt, even if it states they are ‘’verified’. We are unable to find any independent reviews elsewhere online.
Fit Affinity offers a returns policy, on unopened and sealed bottles of supplements. From the website:
Supplement bottles must be sealed and unopened to be considered for a return. Fit Affinity must receive the item within 45 days of the item’s delivery date
It does state ‘considered’, so there is no guarantee of a refund.
Fit Affinity Stress Relief can be purchased on the official Fit Affinity website, costing £23.99 (at the time of writing) for 90 capsules.
|Clinically Proven Ingredients|
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