Stressed? Here is how you can calm down naturally and quickly

If you’re feeling stressed and overwhelmed, take comfort in knowing that there are practical steps you can take to reduce the burden and mitigate the unwanted symptoms of excessive stress.

How to know if you are chronicly stressed?

Do you find yourself struggling to fall asleep or stay asleep at night?
Do you feel constantly exhausted and drained of energy, even after a full night’s rest?
Are you frequently experiencing headaches or migraines?
These could be signs of chronic stress taking a toll on your body. Other symptoms may include anxiety, depression, reduced libido, irregular menstrual cycles, heartburn, and digestive issues like IBS, reflux, stomach ulcer. If you’re noticing any of these symptoms, it’s important to take steps to manage your stress levels and reduce the risk of long-term health effects.

Have you ever noticed how your body reacts when you’re stressed?

Your heart rate and blood pressure increase, making you feel tense and on edge. You may find yourself breathing faster and more shallowly, and your senses may feel heightened. Stress can significantly affect your digestive system. It’s important to be aware of these physical signals so that you can STOP, and take action to prevent any long-term health effects.

It’s easy to brush off short-term stress as just a part of life…

…but did you know that long-term stress actually damages your health? This can be caused by a variety of factors like a demanding job, feeling overcommitted, experiencing a loss, or being stuck in a toxic relationship. Even environmental pollutants, a poor diet, lack of physical activity and exercise, medications, allergies, and certain health conditions can contribute to long-term stress in the body. That’s why it’s crucial to prioritize managing your stress levels effectively.

There are natural ways to reduce stress!

Yup, you heard it right! Lifestyle, diet, nutrition, and herbal medicine are important in managing stress levels.

  • First things first, let’s talk about diet. Junk food, sugar, refined carbs, trans fats, and highly processed foods can all contribute to stress levels. Instead, try incorporating a plant-based, whole-food diet consisting of fresh, organic fruits and vegetables. These foods are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, which can help reduce stress hormones and protect cells from damage.
  • If you’re a coffee lover, you might want to cut back a little. Coffee can increase cortisol production and reduce melatonin levels, leading to anxiety and sleep disturbance. Instead, try some caffeine-free alternatives like matcha tea, chicory or dandelion root, turmeric latte.
  • Now, let’s talk about nutrients. Magnesium and B vitamins are very good for combating stress. They support cellular energy production, regulate blood sugar, and help the nervous system. You can get these nutrients from leafy greens, almonds, wholegrain rice, lentils, and avocado.
  • And the best for the end – Herbs, true healers. Adaptogens like Ashwagandha, Rhodiola, and Siberian Ginseng can help the body recover from stress, strength your immune system, improve sleep quality, reduce anxiety, and improving your overall health. If you’re interested in trying an adaptogen herb but aren’t sure where to start or how much you should take–don’t worry! Consult with a naturopathic herbalist who will work with you on finding the right dose based on your needs.
  • Exercise! Incorporate physical activity into your daily routine, such as walking or biking to work, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, and attending fitness classes like yoga, pilates, or dance. Swimming or hitting the gym can be great ways to get moving. This will increase endorphin, the body’s natural “feel-good” hormone, encourage circulation and promote detox.

And if you’re looking to address the root cause of your stress, whether it’s related to your job, personal life, or health, we can work together to create a personalized program that fits your busy schedule and preferences. Our program includes support from herbal medicine, nutrients, and other natural remedies to help you achieve a healthier and happier life. Let’s beat stress together!

Feel free to tell me your thoughts about how you are feeling or dealing with stress, or if you have any questions just send me an e-mail,

And if you’re looking to address any negative emotions, repetitive thoughts that bother you or uncertainty related to your job, personal life, or health, we can work together to create a personalized formula that will help you to feel your best possible.

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