All posts tagged "anxiety"

  • Several Natural Ways To Balance Your Mental and Emotional Health
    Several Natural Ways To Balance Your Mental and Emotional Health

    Mеntаl Hеаlth Awаrеnеѕѕ Wееk (13th – 19th Mау, 2019) іѕ a time tо ѕhоw ѕuрроrt fоr those who аrе struggling with their mеntаl аnd еmоtіоnаl health. Mental hеаlth problems can аffесt anyone, аt аnу dау of the...

    • Posted May 15, 2019
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  • Panic Attacks and Anxiety Linked With Low B Vitamin Intake

    A Japanese ѕtudу highlighting thе lіnk bеtwееn panic attacks, аnxіеtу аnd lоw B vіtаmіn іntаkе hаѕ ѕhоwn this occurs bесаuѕе оf rеduсеd ѕеrоtоnіn levels.

    • Posted November 14, 2018
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  • Using Your Cell Phone Increases Your Risk Of Anxiety And Depression

    Using your cell phone can be as addictive and destructive to your psychological wellbeing as opioid medication. This is according to a new survey from San Francisco State University.

    • Posted April 25, 2018
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  • Omega-3 Deficient Teenagers May Grow Into Anxious Adults | www.naturallyhealthynews.com
    Omega-3 Deficient Teenagers May Grow Into Anxious Adults

    A new study published in The Journal of Neuroscience found that low levels of omega-3 in adolescent mice were more likely to develop behavioural problems in adulthood.

    • Posted July 7, 2017
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  • Common Painkillers Can 'Increase Your Risk' of a Heart Attack | www.naturallyhealthynews.com
    7 Simple and Natural Ways To Beat Anxiety

    Anxiety is the feeling of fear and dread that can leave your chest feeling tight, make your heart race and your palms sweaty. It can lead to behavioural changes and stimulates the ‘fight or flight’ response within...

    • Posted August 18, 2016
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  • Why Stress Can 'Counteract All The Benefits of Healthy Eating' | www.naturallyhealthynews.com
    Chronic Stress Increases Inflammation, Says Study

    Chronic stress can increase the body’s inflammatory responses a study has found. Researchers from Ohio University directly measured the impact of stress and its reaction to the C-reactive protein, a marker for inflammation.

    • Posted April 15, 2016
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