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Things you should know about anxiety before resorting to medications.

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“In Australia, it’s estimated that 45 per cent of people will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime. In any one year, around 1 million Australian adults have depression, and over 2 million have anxiety.” – Beyondblue.org

With these numbers we should be just as focused on the cause then a cure.

When it comes to dealing with mental health we often turn to the medicine cabinet before the pantry.

But that’s about to change.

Serotonin is widely known as one of the “ feel good hormones ”, but did you know that an estimated 90% of the body’s serotonin is made in the digestive tract.

When we look after our gut, it looks after us.

The right foods can easily turn around your mood and with consistency, can have long lasting effects on your mental health.

When we think happy foods what comes to mind ?

Ice cream, pancakes, Chocolate, lollies ? SUGAR !

It’s time you knew the truth, Your anxiety is highly dependant on these foods.

A balanced diet can be the spark that sets you on fire.

When given the right nutrients the body thrives. Both mentally and physically.

Your attitude can change. Energy levels rise. Cognitive function is drastically increased. You are simply a better version of yourself. Plus it allows you to calm down quicker.

So in essence, you should aim to have a healthy well balanced diet for managing stress and anxiety.

But what else?

How you start your day is everything. When you look at the most successful people what do they all have in common. They have routines.

Good morning routine can be the difference to winning the day.

Here’s a good example of a perfect morning routine.

https://globalnews.ca/news/3758617/healthy-morning-routine/

Get active –

“Regular exercise alleviates chronic anxiety and may reduce the frequency and severity of panic attacks.” – https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/integrative-mental-health-care/201810/how-exercise-reduces-anxiety

30 mins of high intensity exercise a day can help release blasts of good hormones. Helping you feel good longer.

Rest – Aim to get 7+ hours of sleep a night. Experts across the world have long been linking an irregular sleeping pattern to poor mental health.

“In Australia, it’s estimated that 45 per cent of people will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime. In any one year, around 1 million Australian adults have depression, and over 2 million have anxiety.” – Beyondblue.org

With these numbers we should be just as focused on the cause then a cure.

When it comes to dealing with mental health we often turn to the medicine cabinet before the pantry.

But that’s about to change.

Serotonin is widely known as one of the “ feel good hormones ”, but did you know that an estimated 90% of the body’s serotonin is made in the digestive tract.

When we look after our gut, it looks after us.

The right foods can easily turn around your mood and with consistency, can have long lasting effects on your mental health.

When we think happy foods what comes to mind ?

Ice cream, pancakes, Chocolate, lollies ? SUGAR !

It’s time you knew the truth, Your anxiety is highly dependant on these foods.

A balanced diet can be the spark that sets you on fire.

When given the right nutrients the body thrives. Both mentally and physically.

Your attitude can change. Energy levels rise. Cognitive function is drastically increased. You are simply a better version of yourself. Plus it allows you to calm down quicker.

( in this location we could link our next piece on foods to eat to support gut health )

But what else?

How you start your day is everything. When you look at the most successful people what do they all have in common. They have routines.

Good morning routine can be the difference to winning the day.

Here’s a good example of a perfect morning routine.

https://globalnews.ca/news/3758617/healthy-morning-routine/

Get active –

“Regular exercise alleviates chronic anxiety and may reduce the frequency and severity of panic attacks.” – https://www.psychologytoday.com/au/blog/integrative-mental-health-care/201810/how-exercise-reduces-anxiety

30 mins of high intensity exercise a day can help release blasts of good hormones. Helping you feel good longer.

Rest – Aim to get 7+ hours of sleep a night. Experts across the world have long been linking an irregular sleeping pattern to poor mental health.

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