Does MaxGXL help with anxiety?
I suffer from anxiety, therefore cannot take caffeine as the higher heart rate causes me to have anxiety attacks.
I am interested in MaxGXL but am afraid that the energy it gives me will affect me (like caffeine affects me).
Does MaxGXL have the same effect as caffeine?
Or does it actually help with anxiety?Answer:
Hello Diana, thank you for your question!
MaxGXL does NOT have the same effect as caffeine.
First of all, MaxGXL does not contain any caffeine. MaxGXL simply gives your body the nutrients needed so your body can in turn elevate its glutathione levels, thus, your body itself produces more energy.
Higher energy levels is a byproduct of higher glutathione levels.
Secondly, the energy that is actually produced from your own body is very different from the "energy" that comes from an outside source, such as caffeine.
The energy coming from our own cells as your glutathione levels go up is a stable, calm energy.
I completely can relate to you, though. Even though I do not suffer from anxiety, I get jitters, shaky hands, and rapid heartbeat from caffeinated drinks and especially, those energy drinks--with only a few sips.
When I first began taking the MaxGXL
, the energy I felt was wonderful, calm and enduring.
Completely different than the energy forced upon your body from caffeine and such.
MaxGXL does not cure anything, however, it may help with anxiety because it helps elevate your glutathione levels.
There are some interesting studies coming out regarding anxiety and glutathione
You can also read about my friend, Peter, who suffered from anxiety for many years and his own personal experience
I applaud you for seeking answers to better your health.