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Are you tired of having more bad days than good?
Do you feel like no matter what your therapist prescribes or how many hours you lay on the proverbial couch pouring your heart out, your symptoms don’t get any better?
Do you want to find ways to relieve the symptoms of your anxiety or depression without relying on medications?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above, you have come to the right place.
With the state of the world and the number of major “once in a lifetime” events we have experienced in the span of just a few years, it’s no wonder so many people are dealing with mental health issues.
About one in five adults in the United States suffers from anxiety. And in 2020, an estimated 21 million adults in the U.S. had a major depressive episode.
It should come as no surprise, then, that the percentage of people taking medications to ease these issues has been steadily on the rise – with antidepressant use alone jumping 65% in just 15 years’ time!
Maybe it is time to take another approach to combat these mental health issues…
Instead of focusing on which pill we can take to lessen our bad days, it is time to look at the ways we are harming our bodies with bad foods and little exercise, and how these things are affecting our mental health.
In this book, you’ll discover:
The connection between nutrition, anxiety, and depression — focusing on the ways both our brain and our gut affect our mental healthAn in-depth look at why we need different nutrients and how each affects our mental well-beingThe exact foods you should eat to ease your anxiety symptoms (and yes, chocolate is on the list!)The types of food you should focus on to combat depression, taking the guesswork out of meal planningHow exercise and mental health are intricately related, and a variety of exercises to choose from to get you started on your fitness journeyThe ways in which mindfulness and meditation both help in lessening anxiety and depression, with multiple exercises/meditations to incorporate into your daily routineMultiple journaling exercises to forgive past traumas and begin loving yourself again
And much more.
While taking a pill may make you feel better in the short term, it may not help you feel more at ease and healthy in the long run.
It’s time for you to take back your power – it is time for you to control your anxiety and depression by focusing on your body in order to improve your mind.
After all, if a lawyer from 1826 named Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin could essentially coin the term, “You are what you eat,” isn’t it time we finally took this to heart nearly 200 years later?
If you want to stop relying on pills and want to start living a happy life following a holistic approach to fighting your mental health issues, then scroll up and click “Add to Cart” right now.
ASIN : B0BKXXVKJZ
Publisher : Independently published (October 30, 2022)
Language : English
Paperback : 173 pages
ISBN-13 : 979-8358599628
Item Weight : 11.4 ounces
Dimensions : 6 x 0.39 x 9 inches