Is Social Media Attacking Our Health?
Social media accounts are increasing our stress levels. We tend to compare our lives to others, it makes us anxious & decreases our confidence.!!
We spend majority of our time on internet and it is said to increase our anxiety & nervous related issues. What does a study say about it? Read here
Our mood is directly proportional to our circumstances. The more no. of social media accounts you have, the more likely you are to be depressed. Local foods always have more therapeutic applications solving most of these problems. So, stop relying on unnecessary pills, and munch on local foods.
Fight these social media attacks & anxiety through some miracle foods & see the quick result!!
Reputated Nut, Cashew
Crack this nut when you are super tired or sleeplessness.
Munch it and see the anxiousness running away from you.c
Many men complain of getting up in the middle of the night and cannot sleep till dawn… Cashew nuts is your solution. The combination of Vitamin B6 and Tryptophan (an amino acid) is natural antidepressant.
Cashew is helpful to someone who is from hitting puberty to menopause or going through a rough break up
Cashews keeps mind calm and composed.
Magical Fruit, Banana:
The cheapest yet ignorant fruit with a dozen of benefits
1. Eat bananas right after waking up; on empty stomach. They are rich in Tryptophan (an amino acid) and Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine); which helps in elevating mood. It fights depression
2. Bananas can fight insomnia. Boil cut slices of bananas in water for 15mins and strain it; add cinnamon to it and drink one hour before sleeping. The Vitamin B6 helps in releasing serotonin, a neurotransmitter that helps you relax and sleep better.
3. Banana gives a pleasure = a long hot shower.
Chocolate is a joy stimulant Cocoa contains “serotonin” which is an antidepressant. Serotonin maintains mood balance and lack of it may cause depression.
Loveliest of all, Chocolate
Women prior to and during menstruation should have some chocolate when the brains serotonin goes down.
The melting point of chocolate = the human body temperature. Chocolate stimulates the release of endorphins which brings us pleasure when chocolate is melted on the tongue.
Burn your calories, not desires
Akansha Dalmia, Blogger at www.thewellbeingtalk.com