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3 Ways to Relieve Stress



Eat Well!

According to Dr. Mark Hyman, eating whole, real foods restores balance and reduces the effects of stress on your body. Replacing harmful substances such as caffeine, alcohol, and refined sugars, with clean proteins, fruits, vegetables, and healthy fats helps regulate your hormone levels, including stress hormones. Food As Medicine Education Director Kathie Swift, MS, RDN, LDN, FAND, EBQ cites the connection between the gut and brain in relieving stress. The gut and brain are constantly sending signals to each other, so by keeping your microbiota (the bacteria in your gut) healthy, your brain feels less stressed.

Get a good night’s sleep

Sleep and stress tend to cause a vicious cycle – if you’re stressed, then you can’t sleep, which makes you ill-prepared to handle the stressors of the next day, leading to more stress. To relieve stress before bed, try some relaxation techniques (see below) and disconnect from technology as much as possible an hour before bedtime. To ensure the proper amount of rest (7-8 hours is recommended), set an alarm reminding you to go to bed.

B R E A T H E

We do it all day, every day, and yet we often forget the healing powers of deep breathing. By slowing down your heart rate and lowering blood pressure, breathing deeply relieves stress. Our Soft Belly meditation is our go-to for relieving stress, but any form of slow, deep breathing can help you relax and stay calm.

VitaPost Stress Support is designed to support a healthy response to stress. Stress Support is a health-conscious decision in supporting your healthy response to stress, being made from active compounds derived from herbal extracts.



Some of the key ingredients in Stress Support include:

  • Chamomile: This flower is commonly used in dietary supplements for gastrointestinal health, sleep health, and stress support.
  • Lemon Balm: This aromatic herb has been shown to support stress relief in some studies.
  • Passionflower: Some studies have found this flower can support everyday stress.
  • GABA: Gamma-aminobutyric acid occurs naturally in the brain, where it functions as a neurotransmitter.



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