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Live Life to the Fullest!
Tips to manage stress & improve well-being
Connect with others.
Research has shown that connecting with others increases happiness, and the more meaningful the type of contact, the better.
Try herbal PureCalm™, which works quickly to facilitate a calmed mood and soothed nerves, and homeopathic Triple Complex Nerve Tonic™ to relieve the effects of stress, worry and nervous tension, plus support nervous system health.
Be physically active.
A healthy body may be one of the main keys to a healthy mind. It is well known that exercise releases a great deal of ‘feel-good’ chemicals called endorphins, which contribute to emotional well-being. Exercise is also great to help manage and alleviate anxiety, stress, frustration and tension.
Exercise also boosts your immune system, which is a key in maintaining overall health. Another welcome side effect of exercise is improved concentration and focus due to an increase of blood flow to the brain.
For an herbal remedy that promotes healthy energy levels, stamina and vitality, visit Fatigue Fighter™
And of course, exercise helps to maintain a healthy weight, which can contribute to increased self-esteem and a positive self-image. Many people who are physically active also attest to feeling stronger in other aspects of their lives when they regularly exercise- further supporting the ‘sound mind, sound body’ wisdom.
Try herbal EcoSlim™ to help maintain a healthy weight & balanced metabolism plus homeopathic Triple Complex Slimmer's Assist™ to improve a sluggish digestion, boost metabolism & increase weight loss.
Helping others is an often overlooked yet essential step towards optimal mental health and well-being. People volunteer for a wide variety of reasons, mainly to help others. But many also volunteer because it makes themselves feel good. Although this thought may make some people uncomfortable, there is a neutral way to combine both, and that would be to view volunteering as an exchange.
While helping those less fortunate, you receive the benefits of meeting new people, getting to know a community, sharing a skill and demonstrating commitment to a cause or belief. Volunteering is also great way to gain valuable perspective on your own life.
Get enough sleep.
Between the demands of work and family, getting enough sleep may seem like an impossible luxury to attain in today’s world– but your health and well-being depend on it. Try to fit in at least seven hours of shut-eye every night.
Try Triple Complex Sleep Tonic™, a homeopathic remedy that reduces sleeplessness associated with insomnia, and increases drowsiness for better sleep
What you eat has a major impact not only on your own emotional and physical health but also the health of those close to you, too! Eating habits are not only a personal preference; in many cases healthy eating habits are passed down in families.
Foods high in B vitamins and tryptophan are serotonin precursors and said to have mood-boosting properties. Some of these foods include turkey, milk, yogurt, eggs, meat, nuts, beans, fish, and cheese. Cheeses such as cheddar, Gruyere, and Swiss cheese are particularly rich in tryptophan.
Finally, there are a number of readily available herbs in nature that can help you live life to the fullest by offering you their healing and health-promoting properties. Herbs such as Dandelion and Cleavers are known liver tonics, which help to purify and detoxify the blood and lymph systems. Chamomile is an excellent choice to soothe the nerves after a stressful day and Passion Flower has been used for ages to promote a sense of calm and reduce common nerves.
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