We all know that the less we stress and anxiety we have the better health we’ll have. I’ve talked a bit about not wasting so much energy on thoughts that don’t serve you, and instead focus more on things that do. That’s exactly what we do when we’re stressed out. Wasting lots of energy on things as simple and meaningless as counting calories, arguing with loved ones over silly things and so on.
Stress and anxiety can slow down your eating disorder recovery process, affect your period (even lose your period), mess up digestion, increase cravings, decrease your capability to focus and so much more. Wether your goal is to get your period back, improve your relationship, be more productive in your life then here’s what can help you.
Stress and anxiety can be reduced in minutes!
There are thousands of ways to reduce stress and anxiety, but one thing that I find most people are likely to do in order to reduce stress and anxiety is something that doesn’t require much mental focus such as meditating. Although meditation is AWESOME, and I think everyone should at least try it.
Magnesium citrate is a natural stress reliever, it’s relaxing and calming and it can even improve your sleep! If you haven’t checked out my video on how to sleep tight every night, then head over there after you’re done reading this article. I also provide a free sleep sheet guide with spiritual and practical ways to get a good nights sleep.
I like taking it in powder form, because it’s easy to mix with water and drink like a tea. Whenever you drink something out of a huge mug, it have a calming effect on stress and anxiety, don’t you think? You can take it whenever you feel very anxious or stressed out, or my favorite time to take it is at least an hour before bed.
I can’t give you a practical tip on stress and anxiety without…
Telling you to practice breathing as well. Breathing will literally bring you back to the present moment, oxygenates your body properly and calm you down. Even for just one minute a day is better than nothing at all.
Once you’ve had a chance to try out magnesium supplement to reduce stress anxiety, I’d to to know…
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