5 Easy Tips to Fight Stress
Stress is a true pandemic of the 21st century. According to the American Medical Association (AMA), 43.9% of the population suffers from anxiety. It’s characterized by irrational feelings of fear, worry, and dread. Our fast-paced lifestyle is responsible for the fact that we feel anxious and tired.
Stress itself is a natural response to any life challenge, it is normal and even healthy. It serves as an alert to possible danger and forces us to act, to do something to solve a problem. So at some point, stress is even beneficial for our development and personal growth. However, too much stress negatively impacts our nervous system, immunity, and overall state.
Finding a calm life balance will help to get rid of stress and improve your quality of life:

    have deeper and healthier sleep;
    increase your energy level;
    shed excess weight;
    strengthen the immune system;
    improve memory;
    support cardiovascular system;
    speed up muscle recovery.
•    improve concentration;
Stress and anxiety can be minimised in many ways. It’s important to incorporate lifestyle changes that will help you to feel like a brand new person - strong, calm and effective.
So here are some tips to overcome and defeat stress.

1.  Change your diet. It is a proven fact that healthy food helps to improve your emotional state, gives more energy, and supports your mental health. Add more green vegetables to your diet, eat a handful of nuts every day, and don’t forget your daily requirement of protein. And, of course, make sure you’re enjoying your meal. You’ll be surprised to see the change. You’ll feel stronger, full of energy, more active, and full of ideas.

2.  Increase your activity. Regular exercises and walks can be really handy if you want to overcome stress. Spend more time walking in a park, take stairs instead of an elevator, do some yoga and stretching. Try to find the activity that suits you best. It can be dancing lessons on YouTube, nordic walking, skating, swimming or simply walking your dog. All these activities accelerate the blood flow, saturate it with oxygen and give strength. You’ll feel fresh and calm, have better sleep and more energy.

3.  Sleep well. Sleep is a powerful stress reducer. Make your sleep routine regular, sleep 7-8 hours in a dark and quiet room. Following these easy steps, you’ll restore your mindfulness, improve concentration, sharpen your mind and quicken decision-making. You’ll find out that you can be a good problem solver and always able to cope with stress.

4.  Connect with nature. It was scientifically proven that spending time in a natural environment activates the restorative power of our mind. So try to go outside hiking, cycling, or sunbathing. This will give you a feeling of bliss, inspiration, and power. If you have no opportunity to spend more time outdoors, try to grow more flowers and green plants at your workplace or at home.

5.  Take supplements. Sometimes stress and anxiety can be symptoms of vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Add supplements to your daily menu to relieve those symptoms:
B vitamins are known as the best stress-relieving vitamins which also will make your skin, hair, and nails strong and beautiful. Vitamin B complexes are also essential for heart and brain health. Try to search for supplements that include thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), niacin (vitamin B3), pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), vitamin B6, biotin (vitamin B7), folic acid (folate), and vitamin B12. We suggest  Max Motion, Balance for Men and Balance for Women, Daily Caps, and Biotin 6000 mcg.


After a one-month course, you will feel the difference.
Magnesium. It is a mineral the body uses to regulate essential processes like nerve and muscle function and protein synthesis. According to several researches, magnesium is helpful in people who have mild stress. Try Magnesium B6, Chelated Magnesium


or Calcium Magnesium Zinc+D3 by Maxler to improve your sleep, feel more concentrated and active.
Melatonin. A "Sleep hormone" that is produced by the body at night while falling asleep. Melatonin increases the production of growth hormone, reduces the level of cortisol, the stress hormone. Therefore, melatonin reduces irritability and aggression, increases concentration, and improves brain function. It helps people to fall asleep and sleep better, which helps to lower stress and feel much more serene and restful. Maxler offers several supplements enriched with melatonin: ZMA Sleep Max, Liquid MelatoninMelatonin. Try them to improve your night sleep and fight stress.

To sum things up Stress became a common thing in our daily lives. Nevertheless, we can reduce or even defeat it by adding some minor changes to our routine:

     Healthy food;
     More physical activity;
     Good sleep;
     Connection with nature;
     Anti-stress supplements.
Take our advice and stay healthy, calm, and efficient.
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