Stress and fatigue. How to reduce stress and fatigue factors and stay healthy and calm.
The modern life rhythm is very fast and we need to keep moving quickly in order to fit it. Whether we can or can not fit it, we feel stressed and tired. Stress has already become the inseparable part of our life and this is the natural reaction of a body for the nervous tension, negative emotions, work overload and situations difficult to solve.
Let’s understand how it works. Stress increases the heart rate, leads to heart and headaches, damages your nervous and immune system and leads to insomnia. In its turn insomnia leads to the constant fatigue.
What are the symptoms of stress?
The constant feeling of irritation even without the reasonable reasons
Depression, the lack of desire to do anything, the constant desire to sleep or vice versa – insomnia. We can’t fall asleep easily as we continue thinking about everything when we go to sleep, it seems that our head will burst now
The decrease of the concentration level, headache, stomach ache, inability to take a deep breath, panic attacks
The lack of appetite or devouring food.
If you recognize any of these states, then it is something to consider. Personally I have been going through these circles many times.
Is there a way out?
Surely, there is. Those who have pets at home might be more lucky then others. If I feel down, I pet my cat! Cats take away all your bad emotions. If you don’t have any pets, you can do anything which makes you happy.
Don’t forget to be positive!
Go to sleep early and before going to sleep take a relaxing bath.
The air in your bedroom should be fresh and cool.
Take a habit to leave all your problems at the threshold of your home.
Make sport and get involved in mediation or yoga classes.
The food must be light and highly digestible.
Take herbal natural stress relief supplements.
What should the best stress and anxiety supplements contain?
In my opinion the best anxiety and stress-relief supplements should consist of the following ingredients:Organic Reviewer