5 natural ways to sleep better
Researchers recently published an article in International Journal of Science and Research that recommended these 5 natural ways for dealing with sleep disorders.
Stress is how our body deals with things it sees as threats. It’s how we prepare to run away from or confront danger. Unfortunately, many things that trigger stress in our lives today aren’t things that we can fight or flee.
If stress continues, it can become chronic and can lead to other problems, including anxiety, depression, and even physical ailments.
You can take some practical steps to prevent, combat, and cope with stress, as well as maintain physical and mental health.
For over 20 years, we at Truehope have advocated for nutrition-based treatment options for mental health issues. At the time, little research supported this position. Times have changed, and today, there’s a growing body of research showing a strong connection between nutrition and mental health.
Take, for example, the following 3 studies that show diet is connected to better mental health in older adults.
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A large body of research has emerged over the years that shows a healthy diet is connected with positive mental health, and a significant portion of that research also shows the opposite (poor diet is connected to poor mental health).
Although we advocate a holistic nutritional approach to mental health (a variety of fresh, nutritious foods), one food source keeps popping up in the research: fish.
Here are 4 recent research studies showing that eating fish may improve our mental health.