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⁣Eating well to help manage anxiety

Jun 4, 09:33PM | By Honoré de Balzac
Source: Harvard University

Summary:
Anxiety is linked with many physical illnesses.

Adequately hydrating with plain water is best, at least six to eight glasses a day.

Nicotine can raise blood pressure and heart rate, which are also symptoms of anxiety.

Excessive drinking can lead to its own set of emotional and physical problems.

Many sodas contain caffeine and have a high sugar content. Substituting plain water or sparking water for soda can be a healthier option.

Avoiding processed foods and foods high in sugar means the body experiences fewer highs and lows of blood sugar, which helps to further reduce feelings of anxiety.

Consuming sugar through natural sources such as a piece of fruit, and not fruit juice or dried fruit, affects your body differently than candy or hidden sugars in your foods.

Eat a healthy and balanced diet along the lines of a Mediterranean diet.

Cut back on sugar and processed foods.

Cut back on caffeine, alcohol, and smoking cigarettes.

Eat foods rich in zinc, like whole grains, oysters, kale, broccoli, legumes, and nuts.

Eat foods rich in magnesium: fish, avocado, dark leafy greens.

Eat foods rich in vitamin B, such as asparagus, leafy greens, meat, and avocado.

Eat foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, for example, wild caught salmon.

Eat probiotic-rich foods like kefir, yogurt, and other fermented foods.

Comments:

Onur Türk
Jun 7, 07:28PM
Thank you for information. Sugar is not so much healty but Gilikoz sugar dengeraus than normal sugar. ok down emoji
Honoré de Balzac
Jun 9, 12:28AM
You're welcome. Just as you said, glucose is nearly a poison.
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