The problem is that the medical community has failed us. Most of the health care products marketed against stress are either ineffective or simply ineffective. These are not drugs. They have not been proven safe for people. What these products do do is provide relief for some. But what does it mean? There are two questions that should be asked. What are the specific symptoms that are affected by the product? And what would the actual effects of the product be? The symptoms for which these products help can range from minor to major. For example, a product called "Therapy" is marketed to reduce anxiety and is used to help people who have depression and anxiety. But that product is not really for depression. This kind of product is not very effective. Another is "Aeroflex", which is marketed as a supplement for muscle pain and muscle weakness. The problem is, it has no effect on muscle pain. It helps some people get muscle pain, but does nothing for people who don't suffer from muscle pain. In addition, the product has a very long side effect list. It contains several chemicals that increase the chance of cancer.
If the company knows these things, why advertise on TV with the slogan "You can't stop stress" or "You can stop heart disease"? The company can't be sure if people will take their products, but it can't be sure that no one will.