Your Natural Aid To Help With Anxiety: Inositol

You’ve more than likely dealt with anxiety in your lifetime. A recent SingleCare survey found that 62% of respondents have experienced some degree of anxiety. Of those who live with anxiety on a regular basis, over 40% have a mild impairment due to it, while over 20% have serious impairments in their day-to-day lives.

What Causes Anxiety?

There are many things that can cause increased anxiety in our lives. The simple hustle and bustle of most people’s everyday life is typically enough to induce some triggers of anxiousness. Additionally, medical conditions such as thyroid disorders, heart disease, and diabetes have been linked to an increased prevalence of anxiety.

Another factor that many people pass over when thinking about anxiety is general nutrition. Research has shown that mental health issues are most likely caused by nutritional deficiencies. When our body isn’t getting what it needs to run at peak performance, issues such as anxiety arise.

How Truehope Inositol Can Help

Truehope’s Inositol is a food-derived supplement that plays an essential role in helping cells deliver messages to hormones and neurotransmitters.

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4 Healthy Ways To Help Curb Anxiety & Improve Mental Health

Anxiety is something that many people deal with every single day, and it can be a crippling vice to your overall mental health. It is estimated that nearly 20% of the U.S. population is confronted with an anxiety disorder each year, and those numbers have continued to rise higher and higher as we’ve had to deal with the COVID pandemic for the last two-plus years.

Unfortunately, many people tend to respond to “this is just normal life” when it comes to their anxiety,

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Autumn’s Effect On Sleep, Anxiety, Depression, & Health

The skyline of burnt orange, rich gold, and rustic red make the trees resemble a chalk drawing that’s so exquisite that you’re afraid to touch it for fear of smudging the image. The pumpkins adorn the thresholds, and the smell of sweet cinnamon is second only to the sights of people sipping apple cider, sitting around the bonfire, and cheering under the Friday night lights. It’s autumn, and your cozy sweaters are ready to report for duty.

The above description of autumn is nostalgic;

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Teens, Stress, & Anxiety – Turning a Mess into a Masterpiece

Their cries are silent but visible.

According to a 2017 National Institute of Mental Health report, an anxiety disorder is present in 38% of female teens and 26.1% of male teens. Experienced infrequently, anxiety is a normal response to stress. The concern arises when feelings of anxiety occur more often than not throughout a six-month period. Psychologists refer to this as chronic stress. The constant presence of anxiety in teens alters the emotional and physical framework in which they previously thrived. Anxiety affects teens emotionally (irritability,

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Lifestyle Strategies to Help Youth with Anxiety

Being a teenager means experiencing a wide range of physical, emotional and social changes, which can often make them vulnerable to anxiety. If you have a teen in your life who has experienced anxiety, you know how hard it can be to help them.

It is useful to acknowledge that anxiety is a perfectly normal reaction to stress. 

Anxiety lets us know when we’re in danger, or when something important is happening so we can perform at our best. It can help youth deal with overwhelming situations like exams,

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This diet may reduce anxiety, distress & depression

In June 2019, the peer-review journal Nutritional Neuroscience published a study by researchers in Canada and Iran that shows a connection between diet and mental health.

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Yet another reason to not drink soft drinks.

In 2017, researchers in China recruited over 8,000 university students in a study exploring links between soft drink consumption and mental health. They published the results of that study earlier this month in the peer-reviewed journal Public Health Nutrition.

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Mediterranean diet connected to lower depression risk

In March 2019, researchers in Canada and Iran published a study in the Qom University of Medical Sciences Journal, showing a connection between what we eat and our mental health.

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5 dietary habits connected to depression and anxiety

in February 2019, researchers in Korea published a study in the Journal of Nutrition and Health, showing a connection between diet and mental health.

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3 diets that may reduce depression

In January 2019, researchers in Iran published a study in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, showing a connection between diet and mental health.

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