Can NuCalm Manage Stress and Anxiety in Teenagers?

Dr. Xiaoyan Hu is leading the research on the use of NuCalm with various populations in China.

From the benefits of NuCalm in the elderly, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s as well as children with Autism or ADHD.



“I don’t know how you manage that in the U.S., but here, if you see a teenager is very anxious, the parents will say ‘No! he is fine, it’s normal to have stress.’ So that will be an argument and we’ll say OK, let’s help your child to get better grades, to get to a better school, a better college. And that’s exactly what they need.”

— Dr. Xiaoyan Hu


After dealing with a head trauma as a young child, Dr. Hu developed a strong interest in education.


“To me doctor means you have more responsibility than others for the country or for the whole society.”

– Dr. Xiaoyan Hu


Tune in for a fascinating discussion on the results she has been seeing as well as how her NuCalm business is growing.


More About Dr. Xiaoyan Hu

Dr. Xiaoyan Hu graduated from the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences & Peking Union Medical College, majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Neurobiology. During her PhD, Dr. Hu took neuroscience as her lifelong research direction. In a blink of an eye, two decades have passed, but the passion about neuroscience has never changed. After graduation, she went to the U.S. for her postdoc training. Dr. Hu worked at the University of Washington School of Medicine, followed by Cornell University School of Medicine as a senior neuroscientist.

In addition to the research at medical school, Dr. Hu has been working as a volunteer in the community since the second year of her visit to the United States, and has established two non-profit organizations to provide various health science education for Chinese immigrants in the American Chinese community. In order to provide better service for the community, Dr. Hu studied social services, nutrition, natural medicine, sociology, psychology, and neuro-linguistic programming. Due to this special experience, Dr. Hu made many friends in natural medicine and other fields which laid the groundwork for her later work in China.