OMG Anxiety has to leave!
We all deal with a little anxiety from time to time. However some of us are plagued with this feeling way to often. Anxiety is not necessarily caused by what you eat, however it can be a part of the problem. Many people are contributing to their anxiety every day by what they are eating. Are you one of them?The Fact is that your food choices do matter. What you eat can affects how you feel. It stands to reason that improving your food choices to what helpful for those living with anxiety can be a valuable part of managing your anxiety symptoms.
span style="font-weight: 400;">Do you eat more when you’re tired? Are you craving junk food and sweets? It not all in your head and yes there is a reason! Thank God because this is a huge break through in not giving up on your weight loss goals. It may not be in you head but it is in your brain.
Insomnia is the most common sleeping issue for American adults. Between 30 and 40 percent of adults suffer from occasional insomnia while 10 to 15 percent of all Americans struggle to fall asleep on a regular basis. A number of factors contribute to insomnia, most of which require lifestyle or environmental changes. Alcohol, caffeine, and large meals can contribute to insomnia while a bedtime routine, mantra, and exercise will help you fall asleep sooner. Magnesium and melatonin can also help those with insomnia. These natural treatments will help you to enjoy a full night’s rest.