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By March 26, 2019No Comments



How many days do you stay awake at night thinking about life, the problems and the terrible situations which may never going to happen. Sometimes you may also feel like that the stress and tension have become a part of your daily routine!

When you’re under stress for months or weeks or even days, you’re most probably at a risk for numerous health effects. Such risks may extend to your body and mind, as well as your emotional well-being or even lead to an inflammatory response in the body, which can cause chronic health issues



Make you feel jittery

Your fingers may shake, and your body might feel off-balance and dizzy. These effects are linked to hormonal releases — for example, adrenaline can cause a surge of jittery energy throughout your body.

Hot flashes

Hot flashes are caused by a rise in blood pressure. You may get hot in situations where you’re nervous too, such as when you have to give a presentation or just a dance performance at a friend’s wedding.


When you just think and toss and turn in bed, sleep may be hard to come by.

Chronic headaches

These are often called tension headaches which may crop up every time you encounter stress, or they may be ongoing in cases of long-term stress.

Immunity falls off

You’ll likely experience more frequent cold & flu even when it isn’t the season for these illnesses when you are constantly stressed out.

Weight gain

Excess cortisol release from adrenal glands lead to fat accumulation. Stress-related eating habits, such as eating junk food or binge eating, may also lead to excess kgs.

High blood pressure

Chronic stress and an unhealthy lifestyle will cause your blood pressure to rise and high blood pressure can cause permanent damage to your heart.




  1. Avocado and banana

They’re loaded with potassium, which is a vital mineral for keeping blood pressure low


  1. Tea

Calm frazzled nerves with a soothing cup of your favorite tea blend. Opt for soothing chamomile tea if you can.


  1. Green leafy vegetables

The magnesium in green leafy vegetables helps balance the body’s stress hormone, cortisol.


  1. Fatty fish

The heart-healthy omega-3 fats in fish such as salmon, tuna manage adrenaline levels to help keep you calm, cool and stress free.


  1. Whole wheat

Opt for whole-grain snacks like whole-wheat buns or crackers. Not only will you feel fuller from the fiber, but also the carbs gives an energy boost and trigger the brain to release a feel-good chemical called serotonin.


  1. Carrots

Munching on crunchy foods helps beat stress and nutrient-rich carrots, celery and other crunchy, fresh veggies offer satisfying crispness that won’t stuff you down with too many calories.


  1. Milk

Have a glass to get more vitamin B & D, protein, and calcium to relieve tense muscles. Stick to the low-fat or skim. Try drinking some warm milk around bedtime to bring on more peaceful sleep.


  1. Yogurt

Next time you are feeling stressed, skip the ice cream and enjoy a colorful and fruitful yogurt parfait.


  1. Nuts

Stress runs you down, which leaves you open to sickness. Almonds, pistachios and walnuts boost your immune system with vitamins and zinc.


  1. Chocolate

Dark chocolate lowers the levels of stress hormones. Chocolate also contains sugar (a carbohydrate), so it releases mood-improving serotonin. It’s all right to indulge; just keep the portions in check.



  • Practice yoga
  • Exercise
  • Listen to music
  • Enjoy food
  • Go out with loved ones
  • Play games
  • Play with pets
  • Eat a balanced diet
  • Don’t procrastinate
  • Get massages or aromatherapy

Almost everyone experiences occasional stress due to increasingly jam-packed life with obligations, such as school, work, and raising kids, it can seem like a stress-free day is impossible. With all the negative effects long-term stress can have a toll on your health, though, it’s worth making stress relief a priority. We always focus on a better and healthy mind and body, our meals, and exercises will never fail to make you happy and satisfied.