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Stress, Sleep & Mood

Problems of poor sleep and low mood are closely related, and often relates to Serotonin. Poor sleep can cause irritability and stress, and even lead to anxiety or depression.

Poor sleep and feelings of depression or anxiety can be helped through a variety of treatments, starting with improved sleep habits, and nutrition.



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Lifting Mood Naturally

Lifting Mood Naturally

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by... Shane Mason

How do you lift your mood naturally? 5HTP is a natural ingredient isolated from the seed of the Giffonia plant, and is known to increase brain levels of serotonin which has been labelled the “happy” neurotransmitter (a chemical that sends signals around the brain), as increasing levels of it elevates mood. The amino acids methionine, phenylalanine and tyrosine also collectively boost a total of three brain neurotransmitters involved in mood elevation for those needing a deeper lift. But what can you do on a weekly and daily basis to help lift your mood? …read more

Zizphyphus for the anxious awake

Zizphyphus for the anxious awake

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by... Jane Cronin

Chinese Date has been a traditional remedy since 5th Century A.D. helping to soothe the nervous system and aiding a dream free sleep.…read more

Part IV: Stress Solutions

Part IV: Stress Solutions

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by... Shane Mason

Part IV of a four part series of stress explores some of the techniques that can be applied to overcome stress. In order for this to be successful one must first identify that they are suffering from stress whether it be long-term or low-grade stress. Please read parts 1-3 if you are unsure if stress is affecting you. …read more

Part III: Understanding What Stress Does to Your Body
Part II: The Causes and Stimulants of Stress

Part II: The Causes and Stimulants of Stress

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by... Katherine Douglas

Part two in a four part series on stress looks at the causes and stimulants of stress. Consider how many of these relate to you and what you could do to reduce the number of factors causing stress in your life. …read more

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