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Stress & Anxiety Blog Posts

An estimated 40 million Americans have an anxiety disorder and many are on anti-anxiety medication [14]. Chronic anxiety is a big threat to our health and quality of life. Drugs can take the edge off but still have short and long term side effects, so are there any other more natural options? Natural Health And Anxiety/Mood If natural dietary herbs...

Not feeling well is not fun. We shouldn’t have to go through life suffering anxiety spells or chronic low moods. All of us just want to feel our best and live enjoyable, productive lives. Stress, anxiety, and depressed moods are holding many people back from living fulfilling lives. Their days are interrupted by moods and anxieties that steal their joy...

Nutrition plays an enormous role in determining your mood and how stressed out you feel. Certain vitamins and minerals are needed to calm your body and generate the neurotransmitters you need to feel good. Adaptogens are another class of natural remedies - herbs that can balance the functions of your body. For instance, if you're stressed out, adaptogens can lower...

There are plenty of herbal remedies and natural compounds that boost mood and soothe anxietyƗ Many of these remedies also have strong scientific backing that demonstrates their effectiveness. Setting The Foundation For A Positive Mood Before (or while) you make use of herbs and other therapeutic remedies, it’s important to give your brain it's necessary nutritional foundation. Your brain and...

Sadness and depression are no joke. When we’re feeling low, we avoid friends, are sick more often, and tend to rely heavily on our bad habits. Would you believe it if someone told you that you could avoid, treat, and manage your sadness by increasing your brain’s dopamine levels? Dopamine is a neurotransmitter found in all of our brains. It...

What are the physical causes of mood disturbances and memory loss? What happens in the brain that alters its healthy functioning and leaves you feeling bad? In a TED talk, neuroscientist Sandrine Thuret gives us one big answer to these questions.   You’ve probably heard of the role of neurotransmitters, such as serotonin and dopamine, in regulating mood. Some antidepressant...

Anxiety and chronic stress are ubiquitous problems in modern societies. Our rushed pace of life and constant worrying take a toll on our enjoyment of life and health. Most of us are aware of de-stressing techniques such as exercise, meditation, and deep breathing. But what you may not know is that the food you eat can impact your stress levels...