1. Reduce your anxiety levels One feeds the other, so it is important to get this under control. There are many simple methods that can help you manage your stress and anxiety with very little effort. I use a grounding method almost every day. Meditation is brilliant and can now be done on your phone with a number of wonderful apps, great if you need help falling asleep or getting back to sleep. Daily, enjoyable exercise is a must. Start your day as you wish to continue.
Many people view anxiety as a weakness, but I can assure you it is not. It’s your body’s reactions to stress that can present both physically and emotionally. It’s an intense emotional response from the brain preparing the body for an impending crisis. Your heart rate increases, your breathing becomes faster and shallow, muscles tense for action, and blood flow is diverted from your digestive system to the brain. In short you are on high alert commonly referred to as ‘fig
An Investigative Clinical Nutritionist qualified in Nutritional Medicine, Alison writes articles relevant to today's lifestyle with the aim to inspire a life of health and happiness.