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Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« on: August 12, 2019, 03:45:49 pm »
Has anyone tried these?  They have them at Walmart in the area where the vitamins are.  IT is something you take not a ball you squeeze with your hand.

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2019, 04:18:05 pm »
never heard of them and would not be Interested

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2019, 12:46:52 pm »
never heard of them and would not be Interested

Why would you not be interested?  You don't even know what it is.  You are judging by the name and auto thinking drugs.

They have it at Walmart and pretty much every where else.  It is not different than any of the other supplements they have.

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #3 on: August 15, 2019, 12:48:35 pm »
I just noticed this stupid site bleeped out the word B-A-L-L  that is beyond ridiculous.  B-a-l-l is not a bad word and if the first thing you think of when you hear that word is a slang for a male body part then you are the problem!


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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #4 on: August 15, 2019, 12:48:58 pm »
I am constantly under stress but I haven't seen these and I take so much prescription medicine I would have to be told it would be safe for me to take.  I need something that is for sure.

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #5 on: August 15, 2019, 01:12:30 pm »
I am constantly under stress but I haven't seen these and I take so much prescription medicine I would have to be told it would be safe for me to take.  I need something that is for sure.

It seems to help.  They have a day version and a night version.  The day has an orange label and the night has a purple label.  It is all natural stuff and doesn't have any chemicals.  You can google it and maybe get a list of the ingredients and show to your doctor.

Seems most people just hear the name and think you are taking drugs.  I don't care for the name but that doesn't matter.  It is a gummy so that is a good thing too. 

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #6 on: August 15, 2019, 08:41:01 pm »
Would be nice to know what the ingredients are in the product.  I've never heard of it.

I take a Super B Complex to help myself deal with stress and I get a lot of other health benefits from it as well.  There are some products that claim to be a source of natural ingredients but that doesn't mean my system would like it.

One example is products that contain green tea.  I have a horrible reaction to green tea.

Also, I tried to look up Stress *bleep* Day/Night on eBay and it pulled up novelty gifts. 
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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #7 on: August 15, 2019, 09:11:57 pm »
I have never heard of it, so I googled it. Apparently it's only sold at Walmart (I don't shop there). Their website shows the ingredients: mystressballs.com. It doesn't look like anything special. The night version has melatonin, valerian, chamomile, lavender - all very common sleep aids. I don't like gummies. They always add a bunch of junk I don't want - corn syrup, gelatin, sugar, food coloring, etc. I don't stress out much, and if I do, it's brief. I do have bouts of insomnia though, but I would rather just take straight melatonin. But if you like gummies and they work for you, I don't see the harm.

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #8 on: August 16, 2019, 02:37:32 am »
i have never heard of them. i don't like taking medication. i am more likely to work  out if i am stressed or need to sleep more. :rainbow: :peace: :wave:
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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #9 on: August 16, 2019, 08:35:24 am »

Why would you not be interested?  You don't even know what it is.  You are judging by the name and auto thinking drugs.

They have it at Walmart and pretty much every where else.  It is not different than any of the other supplements they have.


Perhaps she just isn't in need of a stress bleep pill/supplement. Saying that she isn't interested isn't being judgmental or "auto thinking drugs".  Some people just aren't interested in taking more pills/supplements than they already have to. Nothing wrong or judgmental about that...

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #10 on: August 16, 2019, 10:10:32 am »
Would be nice to know what the ingredients are in the product.  I've never heard of it.

I take a Super B Complex to help myself deal with stress and I get a lot of other health benefits from it as well.  There are some products that claim to be a source of natural ingredients but that doesn't mean my system would like it.

One example is products that contain green tea.  I have a horrible reaction to green tea.

Also, I tried to look up Stress *bleep* Day/Night on eBay and it pulled up novelty gifts. 


You are not going to find it on eBay.  Look on Walmart or Amazon.

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #11 on: August 16, 2019, 10:14:21 am »
I have never heard of it, so I googled it. Apparently it's only sold at Walmart (I don't shop there). Their website shows the ingredients: mystressballs.com. It doesn't look like anything special. The night version has melatonin, valerian, chamomile, lavender - all very common sleep aids. I don't like gummies. They always add a bunch of junk I don't want - corn syrup, gelatin, sugar, food coloring, etc. I don't stress out much, and if I do, it's brief. I do have bouts of insomnia though, but I would rather just take straight melatonin. But if you like gummies and they work for you, I don't see the harm.

They have it on Amazon too. 


Why would you not be interested?  You don't even know what it is.  You are judging by the name and auto thinking drugs.

They have it at Walmart and pretty much every where else.  It is not different than any of the other supplements they have.


Perhaps she just isn't in need of a stress bleep pill/supplement. Saying that she isn't interested isn't being judgmental or "auto thinking drugs".  Some people just aren't interested in taking more pills/supplements than they already have to. Nothing wrong or judgmental about that...

Guess it is one of them things where how you think it when you type it and how people take it when they read it are not the same.

My thing is she said "Never heard of them" and then "wouldn't be interested".  If you have never heard of it and you do not even know what it is how do you know if you would or would not be interested?  The name is enough to turn a lot of people off.

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #12 on: August 16, 2019, 10:45:04 am »

Why would you not be interested?  You don't even know what it is.  You are judging by the name and auto thinking drugs.

They have it at Walmart and pretty much every where else.  It is not different than any of the other supplements they have.


Perhaps she just isn't in need of a stress bleep pill/supplement. Saying that she isn't interested isn't being judgmental or "auto thinking drugs".  Some people just aren't interested in taking more pills/supplements than they already have to. Nothing wrong or judgmental about that...
Amen. 1 down,1 to go.

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #13 on: August 16, 2019, 10:59:03 am »

Why would you not be interested?  You don't even know what it is.  You are judging by the name and auto thinking drugs.

They have it at Walmart and pretty much every where else.  It is not different than any of the other supplements they have.


Perhaps she just isn't in need of a stress bleep pill/supplement. Saying that she isn't interested isn't being judgmental or "auto thinking drugs".  Some people just aren't interested in taking more pills/supplements than they already have to. Nothing wrong or judgmental about that...
Amen. 1 down,1 to go.

What is this suppose to mean?  You really need to get a life! 
« Last Edit: August 16, 2019, 11:02:33 am by countrygirl12 »

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Re: Stress *bleep* Day/Night
« Reply #14 on: August 16, 2019, 01:31:06 pm »

Why would you not be interested?  You don't even know what it is.  You are judging by the name and auto thinking drugs.

They have it at Walmart and pretty much every where else.  It is not different than any of the other supplements they have.


Perhaps she just isn't in need of a stress bleep pill/supplement. Saying that she isn't interested isn't being judgmental or "auto thinking drugs".  Some people just aren't interested in taking more pills/supplements than they already have to. Nothing wrong or judgmental about that...
Amen. 1 down,1 to go.

What is this suppose to mean?  You really need to get a life!
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« Last Edit: August 17, 2019, 01:57:10 pm by ericmyladisnow39 »

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