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Foods to reduce Stress


Tea comes in a variety of flavors. The best ones that I found that seem to work the best is chamomile and anything caffeine free containing some kind of mint, spearmint or peppermint. The latter is also used to calm the stomach of pains or irritation that could be caused by stress.

Use In Moderation Or Avoid Alcohol, Tobacco, And Caffeine

Many people smoke tobacco and many people donít know that consuming an excessive amount of caffeine or alcohol, especially close to bedtime, is probably wreaking havoc on their stress levels. Alcohol, caffeine and nicotine all affect sleep negatively. If youíre not getting good quality sleep, then there is no way you are going to be able to deal with stress effectively. So, if stress is really getting to you and you partake in any or both of these things, it might be best to eliminate or at least quit several hours before hitting the sack. 

Supplements/ Vitamins

There are so many supplements out there that I could not possibly name all of them, however, there is a few that I would like to mention. Stressful times deplete the body of certain vitamins and minerals and should be replaced. Here are some of the things you may benefit from:

  1. A good quality multivitamin that contains extra vitamin C

  2. Magnesium

Needed for bone, protein, and fatty acid formation, making new cells, activating B vitamins (often used synergistically with B vitamins), relaxing muscles, clotting blood, and forming ATP, the energy the body runs on.

The secretion and action of insulin also require magnesium.

If you don't get enough magnesium, the vitamin C and E that you eat cannot be used, and your body would suffer symptoms of deficiency for those vitamins as well.

  1. B-Complex w/ pantothenic acid- needed for the breakdown of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Pantothenic acid is part of the vitamin B complex and plays a number of essential metabolic roles in the human body, including some of those related to the production of adrenal gland hormones and the production of energy.

Deficiencies in humans can result in abdominal distress, vomiting, cramps, burning pain in the heels, "burning feet syndrome", fatigue, and insomnia. Signs of reduced immunity to some infectious agents have also been noted in pantothenate deficiency.


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