Are you having too many sleepless, restless nights? Do you get stress and tension headaches? Do you struggle to get through your workout without feeling wasted? These could be signs of stress and burnout, but they could also be signs that you are low in magnesium.
We all experience periods of stress when life becomes a little “too much.” Though we often think of stress as psychological, it’s also physical. Stress triggers chemical reactions that affect nearly every system of the body in disruptive ways. Here are the long-term effects of stress on the body.
You know that refreshed feeling you get after walking through a forest, a park, or even just a tree-lined street? It’s not just your imagination: being around trees is actually good for you, and we’ve got the science to prove it. Here are a few of the ways that trees make you healthier and happier.
Research suggests that ashwagandha can be very effective at improving our tolerance to stress and reducing its harmful effects on our health. This is good news for everyone, but it’s especially good for women. To understand why, you need to understand what stress is doing to your body.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a whirlwind of emotions for many people. Some of us have had close friends or family members suffer from the illness, while others have lost their jobs and had their finances thrown into a state of uncertainty. To help, here are some tips that can help to reduce the stress of not knowing what's around the corner.
Stress is all around you. When you experience stress, you may experience many bodily reactions to it: muscle tension, racing thoughts, tightness in the chest, and even digestive shifts – these can be anything from butterflies in the tummy, to nervous knots in the gut.
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