I’ve written about nutrition for anxiety and the need for rest, but I would be remiss not to mention a major part of my healing as it relates to physical causes of anxiety.
I’ve touched on how nutrition helps in the healing process for anxiety and other health issues. For me, nutrition was one piece of the puzzle to feeling whole again, but my favorite lesson I learned from a two-year struggle with anxiety and panic attacks was the necessity of rest. I love rest. I will forever be encouraging people to rest.
Nutrition is just one piece of the puzzle in addressing anxiety, but it’s an important one.
Now that school is in session and those community germs are in full gear, it’s time to talk immunity. We had our first fever this week and thankfully it was mild and gone in one day. Our go-to form of prevention? Homemade elderberry syrup.
One question I often get revolves around snacking. While I do want to give good snack ideas I often don’t have time to address snacking as a whole. For this blog post I am going to dive into the whole idea of snacking – should you be snacking? How should you be snacking? And what should you be snacking on?