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Manage stress with food and vitamins

People struggle to survive and live happy lives in the current state of the country, economic, and social, not to mention air pollution. People also have to work harder in a society characterized by pressure, competition, and materialism, which naturally cause stress. Even students experience stress with studying, exams, and job hunting—all extremely competitive endeavors undertaken in an attempt to improve their quality of life.

These incidents have shown us that stress is something you can’t remove from your life or avoid at any age. Depending on how you handle it, stress is an inevitable aspect of life. Therefore, we should learn to manage it by taking care of our health and eating well, or we could find ways to help us cope with stress more effectively.

The first thing you need to know about stress is that when you experience stress, your body produces a hormone called Cortisol. Cortisol is a stress-related hormone produced by the pituitary gland and released into the bloodstream. Simply put, Cortisol is necessary for the body to manage stress. Cortisol is what gets you out of bed in the morning to face a bright new day. The body uses a lot of energy to cope with stress, which causes a rise in body temperature, a faster heartbeat, restlessness, and sweating. When the body is dealing with stress, it may experience weariness, exhaustion, or fatigue. Stress that accumulates or is chronic for an extended period can lead to depression. When Cortisol tries to relieve stress, the immune system is weakened, making it more likely that you will become ill or infected, which is why we frequently become ill when our minds are disrupted, or we are stressed.

The vitamins that help Cortisol reduce stress are all antioxidants, whether A, B, C, or E. Vitamin B contains various vitamins that help relieve stress, including vitamins B 1, 3, 6, and 12. What are the distinguishing features of each B? Let’s look into this together.

Vitamin B1, in addition to minimizing beriberi symptoms, aids in the faster release of the neurotransmitter serotonin, which helps reduce the symptoms of depression and anxiety, hence reducing stress.

Vitamin B3 is particularly vital for the nervous system. It maintains regular nervous system activity, increases blood circulation, and improves sleep quality.

Vitamin B5 helps reduce stress.

Vitamin B6 assists in the production of antidepressant compounds in the body, which helps to reduce anxiety and depression symptoms.

Vitamin B12 contributes to the formation of nerve membranes and the transmission of nerve signals while promoting and maintaining nerve system health. It helps reduce irritation and improve attention.

Cortisol not only helps relieve stress but also regulates blood sugar and blood pressure. Cortisol can be stated to help maintain the body’s balance while under stress.

When our bodies are stressed, especially chronic stress that accumulates over time, the vitamins that help us manage stress drop. As a result, we need to supplement with these vitamins so that the body can continue to manage stress effectively. As a result, it is unsurprising that persons who have chronic stress require more vitamins than others, whether through dietary supplements or consuming natural foods.

In addition to the vitamins mentioned above, there are other nutrients that assist in managing stress, such as zinc that helps regulate nervous system function, and folate or folic acid that assists in reducing feelings of depression while also allowing us to relax.

Last but not least, don’t forget to find activities that help you relax or that you enjoy, such as exercising, traveling, listening to music, and sleeping. Staying with someone you know who can listen to your problems can help as well.

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