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Be Cautious When Having Dark Chocolate to Battle Depression if You Also Have Anxiety

Like nicotine, cocoa might exacerbate anxiety and even induce panic attacks if not consumed in moderation

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I love chocolate. Dark chocolate, in particular. These days my sugar intake has reduced due to being prediabetic, but I still consume dark…

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Chandrayan Gupta

Chandrayan Gupta

3x Psychological Crime Thriller Author | 170+ Articles and 4x Top Writer on Medium | Law Student | Instagram: chandrayan_gupta

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