As part of our theme of stress-reduction over the last couple of weeks, we’re sharing a stress-reducing matcha latte recipe with you to not only help promote an overall sense of calm but to help boost your mood as well.
We’re sharing our four favorite stress-busting foods to try to nourish your body and possibly help you feel a bit less stressed.
Mental health is so important, and here at Dr. Vim’s it’s something we take seriously. We want you to feel your best both mentally and physically, which is why we want to talk about the benefits of yoga and mental health.
As if we need another excuse to eat chocolate, we’re here giving you three reasons why cocoa may boost your mood, plus three ways to get cocoa into your diet that will take healthy desserts to a whole new level.
Nutrition plays a role in just about every aspect of our health, and while we mostly think about physical health when it comes to the foods we eat, our mental health can be impacted as well. The foods you eat on a daily basis have the potential to either fuel and nourish your body for optimal health, or they can cause all sorts of imbalances and lead to further stress on the body.
Hormones-they are often talked about in a negative light and thought to be the cause of all sorts of unwanted symptoms like mood swings and weight gain. But, here’s the thing. Hormones are little chemical messengers that are critical to overall health.
Anxiety is something that affects roughly 40 million American adults and is something that completely interferes with overall quality of life. Anxiety can lead to symptoms of nervousness, poor sleep, irritability, and can even contribute to feelings of chronic fatigue.
CBD oil is all the rage lately, and with an increase in popularity, you may have questions about what exactly CBD oil is and how it may be able to help support your health. We are going to break down what CBD oil is plus five reasons why you may want to consider adding it to your supplement routine.
Feeling Stressed, Anxious, and Irritable? Here are 4 Daily Self-Care Practices to Transform Your Mental HealthPosted by on
Life can be busy which can lead to feelings of stress and anxiety. This is especially true for many of us who may not have the time to practice regular self-care. However, self-care is such a critical part of taking care of your health, and just five to ten minutes per day can completely transform your mental health.
While we all know that too much stress can cause health issues, daily stress reduction techniques don’t always come easy as many of us live super busy lifestyles. It may be hard to find time to do yoga or meditation each day. While these are great ways to reduce your stress, they may not be realistic for every day. The good news is that there are other unconventional ways to help you combat stress that you may find a little easier to add to your day to day routine!