Zenflore: Developed to Counter Everyday Stress

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Stress in the dental practice? Try new Zenflore probiotic, developed to help you cope

Researchers from the BDA found high levels of stress and burnout during a survey of more than 2,000 UK dentists. 54.9% of dentists who responded reported that they were experiencing high job stress. Worryingly, nearly half of the dentists in this sample (43.8%) said they could not cope with the level of stress in their job.

Research also shows that around 12% of people in the UK have ‘extreme dental anxiety’ or dento-phobia. In some cases, this can be so severe that the patient never visits a dentist. But what can be done to combat the stress? 

New scientific data has demonstrated the 1714-Serenitas® culture found only in the new Zenflore probiotic has a positive impact on everyday stress. The clinical trial was conducted by Professor Paul Enck and his group at the University of Tübingen (Germany) and published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology.

The double blind, placebo-controlled trial study shows that people coped with stress far better when taking the 1714 probiotic culture. Click HERE to find out more about the ground-breaking study into the world’s first natural probiotic to effectively tackle stress; and how you could benefit from an 8-week free trial to discover first-hand how the naturally calming influence of Zenflore can help relieve your stress levels.