Feeling stressed out? Join the club. About eight in 10 Americans say they “frequently or sometimes encounter” stress each and every day, according to a 2017 Gallup News poll. Throughout the world people of all ages face an increasing amount of demands from work, family life, health factors and more. One of the tools you […]
Shopping, crowds, cleaning, and competition for finding the “perfect gift” can be exhausting! Research has shown chronic stress to negatively affect mood and behavioral self-regulation, with associations to depression, anxiety, and a decrease of self-confidence and quality of life. There are many ways to prevent and intervene in our environment when stress is getting to be too much! Here are the top 4 foods to help you ward off stress. Plus, don’t miss 9 helpful mood-boosting tips that go beyond your diet.
Quick stress-survival guide and foods to brighten the mood
Up until my mid-20’s, I suffered severe eczema. After many years of dermatologists prescribing me steroids, steroids and more steroids internally and externally, which only gave temporary relief, I finally decided enough was enough so I went looking for a natural solution. I slowly started implementing all of the natural changes in this post and my conditions have improved significantly.
An underactive thyroid condition occurs when the thyroid gland fails to produce sufficient amounts of thyroid hormone that regulates the body’s metabolism. Symptoms can include weight gain, tiredness, depression, poor concentration, dry skin and constipation. If untreated this will cause difficulty in losing weight but by improving you diet and eating a rainbow this problem can significantly improve.