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5 Foods that Help with Anxiety and Stress

Posted by nutritionist 09/12/2020 0 Comment(s) healthy lifestyle,specific concern,

 

Are you struggling to keep your anxiety under control? There may be therapy sessions and medications that can help, but some may also prefer natural solutions for long term well-being.

 

Modern society often emphasises on efficiency and competitiveness. Appropriate amounts of pressure can stimulate one’s potential. However long-term exposure to high stress and tension will inevitably make people exhausted, causing autonomic disorders, anxiety, insomnia, and diarrhea. The effects extend to the physical and emotional aspects of your health. The amount and quality of your food intake can impact the body’s emotional response, motivation and mood. There has been other research that also pointed to gut flora balance as an essential link between what you eat and drink and how you feel. Making a few changes in your daily diet can play a significant role in boosting your mental health and reduce anxiety to a great extent.

 

1. Cheese

 

A study in the United States found that the probiotics and other nutrients in cheese can help to improve anxiety. The zinc in cheese can also make people feel good and improve memory. However do pay attention to the high calorie content of cheese. Eating too much may result in weight gain. In addition, not all cheeses contain live probiotics. It is recommended to choose cheeses that contain active probiotics when buying.

 

 

2. Blueberries

 

Blueberries are rich in antioxidants called "anthocyanins", not only can they reduce risk of brain deterioration, but they also improve the secretion of serotonin which helps alleviate depression symptoms and boost your mood, but also help improve your body’s response to stress.

 

 

3. Green Tea

 

Although green tea contains caffeine, it also contains amino acids which act as a brain booster. Hence taking green tea in moderation can help enhance mental performance. A Japanese study has found that stress levels in those who drank at least five cups of green tea per day were 20% lower than those who drank less than one cup per day.

 

 

4. Avocado

 

Avocado is rich in nutrients and vitamin B complex. It is especially high in vitamin B6 which helps manage mood swings. Vitamin B6 influences the secretion of serotonin, a neurotransmitter in the brain that controls depression and anxiety. In addition to improving anxiety, avocado also helps fight inflammation, reduce allergic response, and helps maintain blood sugar level.

 

 

5. Dark Chocolate

 

Dark chocolate is rich in antioxidants like polyphenols and flavonoids and these are known to lower blood pressure, ultimately delivering a calming effect.

 

 

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