ANXIETY!! Read Emily's testimony about Plexus's Probio5 and anxiety. Anxiety can be debilitating. I am living or off that Plexus probio5 can take away Anxiety. I love her story!! #youdonthavetosuffer #getrelief "Hi my name is Emily, and I suffer from anxiety. There is a probiotic that I've taken for some time, and when I first started taking it, I felt like I could breathe again. It was like this freedom I can't even explain . I literally walked around going "Wait, is this normal? Is this how everyone else has been feeling all along???" because I had no idea that when you woke up in the morning your heart didn't have to pound out of your chest from sun up to sundown. That was my normal since childhood, and I didn't even know there was a name to call it. To my peeps who suffer from #anxiety , you know exactly the prison I'm talking about. I've had many friends choose to medicate their symptoms, but I have not, mostly because I didn't even know I had it until it went away. I found something that fixed it for me, and it didn't come with any side effects. I love feeling the highs and lows of life, and it gave me that freedom. Except for the last two weeks. You see, I had to temporarily stop taking this particular probiotic. I'll spare you the details, but slowly...each day...all of my anxiety has returned. Do you know what it feels like to wake up and feel paralyzed like you cannot get out of bed? I do. If you had told me two years ago that balancing my gut was the root of my anxiety I would have #woowoo. If you told me that stopping that probiotic for two weeks would bring it all back, I probably wouldn't have believed that either. But here I am, at 2:45pm craving sugar and feeling like I can't breathe, and remembering what it all felt like for 33 years of my life. I sure have gotten a lot done around the house today though . My nervous energy always did seem super natural didn't it . So when I say these products are LIFE CHANGING, it's because I remember. I remember what it was like before. And I don't want anyone to have to struggle with something for a single day more, if what I have to share can help.