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4 Natural Ways to Lower Cortisol, the Stress Hormone

4 Natural Ways to Lower Cortisol, the Stress Hormone Can you imagine truly enjoying your life, getting through work with a smile on your face even in the midst of uncertainty and stress? Can you imagine sharing love, compassion and gratitude instead of craving for validation, competing endlessly and despairing for unfulfilled expectations? It can be done, but there is an essential premise, your ability to control excessive release of the hormone cortisol into your body. When you’re in a traffic jam, your jaws are clenched, your shoulders are tense, and you’re just about to scream… your body is releasing...

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Magnesium and Mild Depression

Magnesium & Mild Depression A recent clinical trial conducted in the United States has found that magnesium supplements are effective in the treatment of mild-to-moderate depression. Published in the PLoS One journal, the researchers showed that daily supplementation with magnesium leads to a significant decrease in depression and anxiety symptoms regardless of a patient’s age, gender, baseline severity of depression, or use of antidepressant drugs. Noting that magnesium works quickly and is well tolerated, the study concluded that it may be a safe over-the-counter alternative to pharmaceutical medication. Conducted over a period of 12 weeks, the study involved a total...

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Nutrition and Mental Health

Nutrition and Mental Health  David Thomas, Updated 25th March 2021 I was once told a story about a group of blind people who were asked to describe an elephant; each duly felt the part that they were closest to and gave a remarkably accurate description. This simple analogy illustrates the many different individual research topics there have been, and that are currently being examined, in the name of nutritional research. There is a danger of losing sight of the whole ‘nutrition’ picture. My specific contribution relates to the research work conducted on the historical loss of minerals in our foods...

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