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Listen To Your Stress

Listen To Your Stress

Oct 10th 2019

Stress affects many processes in our bodies by elevating a hormone called cortisol. It's also known as the stress hormone. Heavy workouts, long hours at the office and/or long nights out might all contribute to cortisol levels being elevated, which raises our stress up as well. As a result, it can contribute to weight gain, ongoing fatigue, and low motivation. High cortisol levels can affect the lining of your gut, leading to health issues associated with the absorption of vitamins and minerals. When cortisol is out of balance you may experience sugar cravings, feeling tired but wired, feeling overwhelmed and difficulty winding down before bed. To keep cortisol levels in check practice slowing down and focusing on your mental wellness try a lower intensity or a shorter workout to keep cortisol levels at bay. Schedule some time for yourself: take a bath, go for a walk, do yoga, get a massage, or book an acupuncture session.

Listen to Your Stress

They say stress is a silent killer, but for many, it’s loud and clear. It manifests in the form of different symptoms and ailments. Stress is the culprit of many health concerns. They can show up as poor sleep, restlessness, hormonal imbalances, skin problems, mood fluctuations, problems with digestion, weight gain, and other issues.

Listening to our stress might be the best thing we can do to begin understanding what our body needs.

Stress isn’t out to get you. Rather, it draws your attention to where change is needed. Not to worry. You’ve got this! Identifying the root cause of your physical manifestations of stress is the first step to gaining perspective on where you should start. There's a lot we can do.

Our lifestyle plays a big role in how our bodies perceive and respond to stress and hormones play a major role as well. Elevated levels of cortisol can send the body into a tailspin. This process can affect other hormones like estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone, as well as the production of melatonin and serotonin that help our systems running properly.

Stress can send the adrenals into overload, which can throw cortisol levels out of whack. These vital organs hold an extremely high concentration of vitamin C and therefore need an avid supply in order to thrive.

Superfood Boosters:

Camu Camu

Camu Camu is a super-fruit that grows in the rainforests of South America. The indigenous Amazonian people cherish it for its nourishing benefits. Camu Camu Powder contains up to 60% more Vitamin C than an orange and can be used efficiently within the body.

Maca Powder

Maca is an adaptogenic herb that helps keep things in homeostasis (normal levels). It aids in hormone regulation by nourishing the master glands: hypothalamus and pituitary. Research suggests, maca reduces psychological symptoms, including anxiety and depression, and has positive effects on energy, stamina, and mood(2).

Golden Milk Super Blend

Golden Milk Super Blend is a unique blend of warming spices and adaptogens (Maca) to support your body. It may help bring down the stress in the body thanks to curcumin-rich turmeric. And it's a pure delight to enjoy a cup of this goodness morning or night.

Try this:

Have your plate brimming with vegetables to begin addressing high levels of cortisol and stress in your system. Many vegetables and herbs like turmeric have been known to fight inflammation and lower the levels of stress in your system. Adopt enjoyable stress-reducing activities. Try yoga, acupuncture, or meditating. If reading for an hour helps you feel less stressed, do that. Another great way to reduce stress is to spend time in nature. Mountains, beaches, forests, and parks are all amazing at any time of year. Take time to spend in nature.
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Sunfood's "Natural Solutions" does not promote or suggest natural cures, natural healing or natural remedies for any disease, disorder or ailment thereof. This information should be treated as educational material gathered and discovered from various studies, clinical trials, and customer reviews. It is designed to encourage healthy lifestyles and independent conclusions in regard to natural products and alternative health choices. It is best to consult with your healthcare practitioner before attempting any form of natural cure, natural healing or natural remedy to any health issues.