A food guide for an anxiety-free life

Anxiety is a pretty common issue nowadays. Almost every one of us suffers from it. It’s a disorder that can be broken down into constant worry and nervousness and can even be sometimes related to poor mental health.

Medications are normally suggested by the doctors for it. But besides it, there are many strategies you can adopt to help reduce its symptoms.

There are also some foods which you can add to your diet that can help in lowering the seriousness of your symptoms, mostly because of their brain-boosting characteristics.

Here are some foods and beverage that can help you to fight anxiety.

Salmon- Salmon can turn out to be great for reducing anxiety. It consists of nutrients that are great for your brain, including Vitamin D and the Omega-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). EPA and DHA help in regulating the neurotransmitters Dopamine and Serotonin, which is loaded with calming and relaxing properties.

According to studies, these fatty acids can help out in lessening the possibilities of inflammation and prevent your brain from any cell damage which can lead to mental disorders like anxiety.

Chamomile- Chamomile is a herb which helps you to fight anxiety. It has high amounts of antioxidants which are proven to lower the inflammation level and may help you in preventing the brain cell damage that normally leads to anxiety.

Turmeric- The spice, Turmeric, contains curcumin which is a compound known for its role in promoting brain health and acting against anxiety disorders. Curcumin is also loaded with powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties commonly known for preventing damage to brain cells.

These functionalities can be partly because of curcumin’s ability to reduce inflammatory markers, such as cytokines, which can be linked with anxiety development.

Dark Chocolate- Adding a little dark chocolate to your diet can turn out to be beneficial for you. Dark chocolate has flavonols (antioxidants), that promotes brain function. By improving the blood flow to your brain, it increases its ability to adapt to the changes in the surroundings. These can further help you to adjust yourself better to stressful situations that can lead to anxiety and related mood disorders.

Consuming dark chocolate can lead to the increase of the neurotransmitter serotonin, which helps in reducing stress.

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