If you feel that your stress levels have hit an all-time high, you’re not alone; over 33% of Americans report feeling this way.
While temporary stress is normal, chronic stress can lead to inflammation, metabolic changes, and chronic conditions—all of which can spell disaster for your health. So how can you take care of yourself during these uncertain times?
In this edition, we're sharing some science-backed ways to keep a lid on your stress levels. From supplements to leafy greens, we’re unveiling some of the best suggestions for reducing anxiety, improving sleep, and staying calm and focused.
So let's all take a moment to step back, breathe, and tame those anxious thoughts. Your body will thank you, Elos!
Low magnesium status has been implicated in anxiety and insomnia and almost half of Americans fall short of the estimated average requirement. Struggling with stress? Getting enough magnesium might help.
Research indicates that consuming 5 servings of fruits and vegetables each day can do more than make you “regular”. Here’s how getting enough produce impacts inflammation, stress levels, and mental clarity.
Getting on top of insomnia can be a gateway to stress relief, however, it's often easier said than done. These supplements might help you have a more restful night.
Ashwagandha has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries to alleviate anxiety and enhance overall health. But does it actually work? Here's our take on the latest science on ashwagandha, plus some surprising benefits.
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