Eat Your Way To Calm Series

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Stress… It’s a normal part of human life that increases and decreases depending on what’s going on in our personal, professional, or academic lives at specific times. Although at some point, each of us will feel stressed out about something, and some people are affected more by stress than others.

If left unchecked, stress can sometimes turn into further problems, such as anxiety or depression. Because of this, understanding how to prevent, manage and control your stress with your diet and your lifestyle is absolutely crucial. Since stress can have such a huge effect on your life if not taken care of, understanding how what you put into your body can help your mental state is absolutely vital to living a life that is calm, relaxing and stress-free.

Often, when it comes to dealing with and reducing stress, we think about removing our ‘stressors’ from our lives. For example, if a person is increasingly feeling stressed out and anxious in the workplace, they may look to change departments, companies, or even careers. Another example would be a couple who no longer get along, choosing to break up or divorce to get rid of the source of their stress. However, although steering clear of situations or people who stress you out can definitely help, one of the main things which affect stress is your diet and lifestyle.

Since it may not always be possible to remove yourself from stressful situations immediately, making the right dietary and lifestyle changes is important to help you deal with and manage stress by staying in control. Your diet and exercise habits don’t only affect your physical health. They can have a huge impact on your mental health as well.

What You Will Learn Throughout This Series:

  • The various foods which can improve your overall mental health and help you manage stress
  • Why exercise is absolutely vital to combating stress
  • The lifestyle habits that are stressing you out more than you may realize
  • Healthy habits to combat stress
  • Relaxation techniques for life
  • How to recognize the need for a lifestyle change
  • And much more!

Feeling stressed out is something that we all go through at some point, but nobody particularly enjoys it. Although, a small amount of stress can actually be good when it comes to motivating somebody to work hard to reach their goals. Whether that be personally, professionally, or academically, having too much stress can actually have the opposite effect and can cause you to feel like you are ‘shutting down’.

Side Effects of Stress

Common side effects of high-stress levels include lack of focus, trouble concentrating, migraines (like me) frequently forgetting things, or even feeling like your mind has gone completely blank. All of these can contribute to other things in your life going wrong, which in turn can lead to stress or in some cases, anxiety.

Since trying to ignore your stress won’t make it go away, it’s important to know exactly what to do in order to help your stress levels manageable and easy to control. One of the best ways to take control of the amount of stress you are feeling is to take control of your diet, exercise, and lifestyle habits. When your diet and lifestyle are working together in your favor to combat and fight stress, you will find that you are better able to control any feelings of worry or anxiety that come up.

Remember that what you put into your body isn’t just important for your physical health, but also for your mental health, as well!

Stay on the lookout for another installment of Eating Your Way To Calm.

To your health,

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Morgan Green

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