Best Forms of Magnesium Supplements for Anxiety, Depression, and More 0
Low magnesium levels can get in the way of you dealing well with stress. It can cause increased anxiety and contribute to many ailments and health problems.
Your body needs magnesium for hundreds of chemical reactions—including those that help you deal with stress—but most people don't have enough magnesium for those reactions to run smoothly.
Many of my clients have seen fast improvement in their sleep quality, increased ability to deal with stress, less anxiety, reduced pain, and many other health benefits from supplementing with magnesium.
What's in This Article
- How Much Magnesium Per Day
- Two Types of Magnesium Supplements
- How to Use Transdermal Magnesium Supplements
- Oral Magnesium Supplements (including 3 to avoid)
- Who Should Not Take Magnesium Supplements
Magnesium Supplement Benefits for Anxiety, Depression and More 3
I've seen many of my clients experience anxiety relief, better sleep, pain reduction, and improved mood when they included magnesium in their supplement regimes. It has so many benefits that I use it regularly myself.
Magnesium is necessary for hundreds of chemical reactions in your body including reactions that are triggered in response to stress and those that lift your mood. You need magnesium to help you deal well with stress and stress burns through magnesium. It's a stress-magnesium double-bind.
What's in this Article
- How Magnesium Helps You Cope With Stress
- Magnesium Anti-Anxiety Anti-Depression Research
- Other Magnesium Health Benefits
3 Quick Relaxing Meditations to Relieve Anxiety and Stress 0
Click for 3 simple— and even fun— “meditations” that can help you quickly reduce your anxiety in stressful situations.
They involve breathing, smiling, and laughter.
How to Get Vitamin C to Boost Your Immune System and Stress Resilience 0
Most people know that vitamin C can help you fight off a cold or flu, but did you know that it can help you deal with stress and reduce anxiety?
Two places in your body that are crucial to how you deal with stress and whether it becomes anxiety are your brain and your adrenal glands. They are also two of the places in your body with the highest concentration of vitamin C.
What I cover in this post
- How to get vitamin C: What to look for in Vitamin C supplements
- Recommended amounts
- How to get vitamin C: Vitamin C food sources
7 Insomnia Natural Remedies 0
Having trouble sleeping? You aren't alone. The CDC has declared insufficient sleep a public health epidemic.
One in 10 people suffer from chronic insomnia. About 4 in 10 have trouble sleeping. That's a lot of people.
I recently attended an excellent class by Dr. Catherine Darley, ND about helping clients overcome insomnia naturally. In this post, I'll pass on some of the things that stood out to me from the class along with information about insomnia that I've learned from other sources over the years.
What's In This Post
In this article I'll cover:
- Signs of Insomnia
- 3 Things to Stop Doing if You Want to Sleep
- Medications that Can Cause Insomnia
- 7 Natural Remedies for Insomnia
How to Use Light Therapy for SAD, Winter Depression Treatment, and More 0
The shorter cloudier days of fall and winter bring a loss of energy and other symptoms of depression for over 10 million Americans. Light therapy has been used as an effective treatment for this physical and mental seasonal dip known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or Winter Depression. Research is also showing that light therapy can help with other mental health issues.
What I Cover in This Post
In this post, I'll talk about:
- What is SAD?
- Seasonal Affective Disorder, SAD, Treatment
- What is Light Therapy or Phototherapy?
- Phototherapy for Depression and Other Mental Health Issues
- Light Therapy Research
- The Standardized Light Therapy Lamp
- How to Use a Light Therapy Lamp
- Who Should Not Use Light Therapy