10 foods that calm your anxiety

Being anxious makes you feel restless and agitated, something like an anguish in which you do not really know what to do. Even anxiety can be one of the causes of you eating and eating foods that do not go well and increase your weight. Therefore we will give you a list of 10 foods that calm anxiety:

Avocados

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Avocado is rich in vitamin B, improves the health of the nerves and brain cells, which are those that control the symptoms of anxiety. Vitamin B relieves stress. Avocado lowers blood pressure and delivers potassium to the body.

Almonds

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They offer you a couple of almonds and you reject them, well do not do it. Maybe this is the remedy to reduce your anxiety, almonds are rich in vitamin B2 and E, also reinforce the immune system during times of stress.

Blueberries

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A handful of blueberries as food between meals would not go amiss. These have vitamin C and antioxidants that reduce stress. When stress is reduced by the consumption of vitamin C anxiety disappears, it is best to put some yogurt or fiber cereal to supplement.

Oats

4
Oats contain a compound called serotonin that induces calm to flow in your body. Getting oatmeal is easy, if you prefer it in flakes, take a recipe from your grandmother and prepare an oat cake or drink a glass of instant oatmeal with milk and go.
Asparagus

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Anxiety is frequent when you have depression and the latter is often caused by low levels of folic acid, where the asparagus that are rich in this compound and improve energy appear. For today’s lunch a pair of steamed asparagus would be fine.

Spinach

6

Magnesium regulates cortisol levels and promotes the feeling of well-being, this compound is in all spinach, even in those that Popeye eats. Well a spinach pie turns out well at noon, right?

Milk

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If you have anxiety, take a glass of warm milk before going to sleep. Milk knows how to cure insomnia and anxiety, all due to its components of antioxidants, vitamin B12 and calcium. It even has a protein that reduces blood pressure.
Orange

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Most people usually take an orange juice in the morning, is that vitamin C is a compound that helps reduce blood pressure and the stress hormone. Maybe you should not put sugar, pure orange juice will be good to start the day.

Turkey

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Most people usually take an orange juice in the morning, is that vitamin C is a compound that helps reduce blood pressure and the stress hormone. Maybe you should not put sugar, pure orange juice will be good to start the day.

Salmon

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Salmon is a meat rich in Omega-3, helps maintain adrenaline and cortisol regulated. Also, it’s delicious. It is about you eating a piece of salmon a week, this also protects your heart and decreases the risk of serious diseases.

I hope that these 10 foods that calm anxiety can help you achieve your peace of mind and the well-being you deserve. Needless to say that you have to eat fair amounts of these healthy foods, if you exceed them, they may not benefit you.

Thanks for reading

see you soon

Ney

Author: Green world

I am a believer that we can make the world a better place. I think that is the reason to be here. For which we must become aware and conserve our planet and as part of the planet take care of ourselves of our body of mind and spirit

2 thoughts on “10 foods that calm your anxiety”

  1. Really great and informative article! I’ve definitely thought about the foods that have caused me anxiety (i.e. caffeine), but never the ones that could help calm me down! I’ll for sure pay more attention now ๐Ÿ™‚
    Xx Marisa | Mindfully Glam

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    1. Thank you Marisa ๐Ÿ™‚ I am really happy that the information is useful for you. Yes I saw many post talking about foods to avoid if people suffer from anxiety but not many about foods that can help them calm down, and is very important to use healthy food and natural products in our benefit that is the motivation of my blog. Thanks for reading!

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