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Mental Health – Stress

Anti-Stress Nutritional Program

Posted March 4, 2014

In the future, stress may come to be seen as the primary contributing cause of most disease. Research continues to link stress to more and more symptoms and diseases, both acute and chronic. Stress is inevitable in today’s world and, of course, we need a certain amount to function. The key is to be able to manage our level of stress.

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Top ways to keep stress at bay

Posted March 3, 2014

A high level of stress is not good for anyone. When a person is constantly exposed to stress, the individual can develop anxiety disorders. People suffering from high levels of stress can exhibit uncontrollable behaviors related to acute stress such as anger and frustration. This should be avoided as much as possible. Fortunately, coping with stress is not that difficult anymore. There are foolproof ideas to keeping high levels of stress at bay.

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Magnesium: The Stress Reliever

Posted February 9, 2014

Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in your body, a necessary co-factor for hundreds of enzymes, and the most critical mineral of all for coping with stress. Stress-related diseases which run rampant through modern society, like heart attacks and high blood pressure, are often accompanied by magnesium deficiency. Unfortunately, most Americans consume diets that fail to meet the government’s RDA for magnesium, and magnesium intake is even lower than average among people who develop heart disease.

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Studies Show Qigong Can Help Fight Stress and Anxiety for Adults

Posted January 15, 2014

In case you would like to escape anxiety and stress, one of the best ways to achieve this is by practicing qigong. This will also increase your balance and flexibility. Originally qigong has been a form of self-defense, but it turned into a form of exercise that is used to treat different kinds of health conditions and stress.

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Test Reveals Acupuncture Controls Hormones To Reduce Stress

Posted January 9, 2014

A new laboratory experiment reveals that acupuncture regulates steroid hormones to reduce biochemical reactions to stress. Acupuncture upregulates hormones in some areas while downregulating in other areas to maintain balance within the body when it is exposed to stress. Western blot analysis confirmed behavioral testing that acupuncture biochemically reduces stress reactions.

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5 Life-Saving Reasons to Own a Pet

Posted December 16, 2013

Over 60 percent of American households include a pet, many including more than one. What is it about a furry face that makes us want to take on the years of financial and emotional responsibility of pet ownership?

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Six tips to help kick holiday stress

Posted December 16, 2013

Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus, right down Santa Claus Lane. For many however the holiday season brings more than cheer. It brings stress, anxiety and depression. There are things that you can do however to help alleviate the angst.

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Ten foods that help reduce stress

Posted December 10, 2013

Yes, our prehistoric ancestors had to fend off saber-toothed cats and gigantic hyenas. But did they ever have to take an organic chemistry final or host the in-laws for the holidays? Now that’s stress.

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Reduce stress and anger through this simple act

Posted December 5, 2013

A study from the Journal of Behavioral Medicine has found forgiveness to be associated with stress reduction and lower heart rates and blood pressure. The long-term health benefits from this both physically and emotionally are phenomenal. Why be angry, when you can forgive?

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Vitamin D And SAD

Posted December 3, 2013

Winter is here; and as the days get shorter, our bodies’ natural ability to produce vitamin D decreases. Winter is also the time when seasonal affective disorder (SAD) cases are the greatest.

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