Managing anxiety levels require making lifestyle changes. Exercise, meditation, addressing the sources (if possible) and being mindful of what you’re eating. Some foods can aggravate anxiety (like sugar, refined foods, caffeine) while others can promote calm, clear thinking.
I’ve been tuning into the Global Stress Summit this week where each day several experts speak on the subject of stress.
I have my go-to resources for how I personally cope with stress (yoga, meditation, immersing myself in nature, a relaxing bath with epsom salts & essential oils) and feel like I have a relatively decent understanding of the importance of managing stress and what can happen when you lose your center for too long, but I’m always interested in the chance to add to that knowledge, since it’s such a major part of disease, and an unavoidable part of our reality. Not everyone experiences stress the same, but everyone does feel the pressure that comes from not having enough time, energy or resources to get everything done.
Here are some gems I’ve picked up so far, happy to share with you for your own experimenting:Continue reading