5 Foods To Keep Stress Away

stress & depressionStress is one thing which is simply inevitable these days with various kinds of stress such as work related or life related and one must have methods to cope with it to live a healthy and happy life.

Stress happens due to various deadlines, being unable to meet multiple expectations and fulfill many desires and that’s when it becomes unmanageable for people to deal with it.

As a result, many people opt for anti-stress medicines which may be good initially but later on a dependency starts and also leaves many unwanted side-effects.

Let’s face it, till the time we are alive there would be some or the other reasons for stress so why not opt for some foods that may naturally keep us calm and cool sans side-effects.

Asparagus

Nothing to laugh as you must be thinking that they would make your urine smell funny. But being high in folate, an essential material to keep you cool when stressed or under pressure, you can steam them and also add to salads. Go ahead and eat to your heart’s content.

Avocados

It’s a creamy fruit which may easily make your body stress-proof. Avocados provide many nutrients also otherwise being a great stress buster. Enjoy these and see stress go away.

Berries

Berries such as strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries are rich in vitamin C which is known to be effectively useful in combating the menace of stress.

Garlic

Garlic, other than being a great life supporter for many ailments and complications also elevates mood and helps to keep your stress level under permissible checks. Try to include some in your diet daily and see a refreshed version of yourself gradually.

Oranges

Another great source of vitamin C, orange can be made palatable always and also help your mood to be up and elevated and also keeps stress under checks gradually. Have them today!

What’s more, other than these naturally good foods, you can also go for Ashwagandha from Himalaya, an herbal product to address stress related issues of hypertension, premature ageing and diabetes.

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