Thursday, November 29, 2007

Vitamins to the Rescue

Posted by Kero at Thursday, November 29, 2007
Good evening everyone. I am working on a new blog and I am really excited about it. It is actually a continuation of my very first personal journal. But since I have an increasing difficulty to access it, (and before the Dubai government completely blocks the website) I thought of making a new blog to transfer links of my Bravenet friends and my posts. When you have time, do visit Outside Our Not So Big House and let me know if you want to be added as well.

For now, I shall continue with my health clippings on vitamins.

2. Stress and Fatigue

The Condition
A lot has been said about stress, but the most ironic part about it is that although a little stress in your life does motivate you to keep moving and be productive, too much of it can get the better of your body.

Some physical symptoms of stress include headache, fatigue, insomnia, loss of appetite or overeating, increased smoking or drinking, muscle spasms and lowered libido.

Psychological symptoms may include tension or anxiety, anger, withdrawal, pessimism, lack of concentration, resentment and increased irritability. Over a long period of time, stress can cause more serious conditions such as ulcers and skin diseases. {ep[le have different tolerance level of stress, and the effect it has on your body depends on many things like genes, diet and exercise.

The Solution
B group vitamins have been noted to help deal with stress. For best results, choose one with added magnesium which assist in muscle relaxation. Herbs with sedative effects such as Valerian, Passion Flower and Hops may also relieve jittery nerves. And if you are feeling anxious, try Hypericum, which has been proven to help with anxiety symptoms.

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