A good basic balanced diet will help your body deal with external stresses better. Start with a good vitamin tablet daily and drink plenty of water as your foundation on which to build.
Try to keep sugar, junk food and high fat food in moderation. When you feel stressed it’s easy to reach for things like this to hit the spot straight away. Although you might get an instant hit, you’re not feeding your body good long-term nutrition.
If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed by your circumstances, experts recommend that adding the following to your plate can help…
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A handful of these little berries are full of vitamins and antioxidants which is great to help our body to process stress and anxiety and repair our bodies.
Now that doesn’t mean reach for a tub of ice-cream, but perhaps a pot of natural yogurt or a nice glass of warm milk? Milk contains lactium that can help lower your blood pressure and potassium that can help release tension in muscles. Other goodies are antioxidants and various B vitamins.
Grab an OJ or munch on an actual orange. This bright sunny fruit is packed with vitamin C which can reduce stress and boost the immune system. It can also help lower your stress hormones.
Chamomile Tea is great to calm frazzled nerves and help you to relax.
Packed with omega-3, ‘fatty’ fish helps your adrenaline levels to keep you calm and reduce anxiety levels.
Nuts can boost your immune system as they are full of vitamins and zinc. As well as almonds, you could try hazelnuts, pistachios, cashews, Brazilian nuts or walnuts too.
Lastly, a little bit of what you fancy does you good! Research repeatedly shows that dark chocolate is good for you and might be able to lower stress hormones and release mood improvers. Great news!