How to Halt The Disastrous Effects Of Stress On Your Life And Body

Cindy Wilson Thumbby Cindy Wilson
BS, Dietetics and Nutrition

Stress On Your Life
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Stress is something that is virtually unavoidable, but how you manage your stress is what makes all the difference. There are a number of things that you can do in your everyday living that could reduce your stress levels, and curb the effects felt by your body. These may include anything from the lifestyle choices you make to what you eat.

Lifestyle Tools To De-stress

Learning how to deal with stress in any given situation will inspire a more positive disposition. Managing stress requires management and restructuring by adopting new tools for effective yet constant remedial effect. Mental improvement tools such as cognitive behavioral therapy in conjunction with spiritual clairvoyant readings, could make it easier to address the actual present stress factors while building barriers as future preventative measures. By definition the word clairvoyance means to have a clear vision, it reflects deeply on the need to awaken the alertness that comes from an awareness and acceptance of your natural intuition. CBT assists in mentally reviving you to live in the present moment, thereby allowing to logically analyze and eliminate stress factors in your life. However, there will be those who don’t feel so comfortable with the idea of going to a therapist just yet, so they may order cannabis products like edibles, vapes, or even hash online to give their minds some relief from the intrusive thoughts until they feel ready to talk to someone about how they are feeling. 

Eat To Relieve
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Eat To Relieve and Reduce The Effects Of Stress

Feeling stressed is often the reason for indulgence in foods and unhealthy snacks that you would not normally eat otherwise. Foods and snacks filled with sugar are customarily sought after as comfort foods. What you don’t realize is that the sudden rise in your sugar levels hinders the adrenal glands from doing their job, which is to control stress levels in your body. Eating foods that encourage reduced stress levels, and have a calming effect on the nerves is the best way to keep anxiety at bay. Six major superfoods have been identified that will help you to achieve a less stressful, and less anxious existence.

Super Stress-Busting Foods

Sweet potato is packed full of complex carbohydrates and amino acids. Amino acids convert to serotonin which is the feel-good chemical in the brain. When your body is in a state of stress, your immunity weakens making you more prone to illness and infections. Beta Carotene in sweet potato provides your immune system with a boost.
Mushrooms like the Golden teacher have been used for decades in order to reduce stress, as well as for religious purposes, and can even be grown easily for those looking to keep a steady supply of stress-relief in their own homes.
Fiber is a requirement in any healthy eating plan. Fiber combats stress by stabilizing your blood sugar levels. When you are in a state of stress, your blood sugar levels often spike, and this increases the feeling of anxiety.

Black Beans are a trove of magnesium and other minerals that naturally promote the relaxation of the muscles, and assist in lowering the blood pressure. The symptoms related to low magnesium levels include headaches and muscle cramps that increase your level of anxiety. Black Beans are fiber rich and full of protein which aids in stabilizing the blood sugar levels. Asparagus contains B6 and folic acid which work by boosting dopamine levels in the brain. Dopamine serves as a natural muscle relaxant in the brain. Both minerals are critical in the pursuit of a healthy immune system and nervous system.

Stress relief can be achieved through the application of methods that harmonically influence both your mind and body in equal positive measure.

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Cindy Wilson

Hello, I am Cindy, and this a website where I inspect everything related to nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. I have a BS in Dietetics and Nutrition (Kansas State University) and have completed a dozen specialty courses related to nutrition, biochemistry, and food science. I am open to learning more, but foremost I would like to share all my knowledge with you.

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