Sometimes we just need to chill out. There are times when I come home from a busy day at work when I know my normal routine just isn't going to get those calming neurotransmitters going in abundance. So I've created this list of go-to, at-home, stress busting foods, habits and supplements that you can use in an instant to de-stress and calm and nourish your over active nervous system.
1. Warm Broth.
Hydrating, warm, calming homemade (or store bought) free range broth. Hydrating the body and encouraging good circulation and digestion, broth can be calming and warming. Perfect for to wind down with after a stressful day. Make sure you add a good dash of himalayan or celtic salt to support the adrenals and hydrate well.
2. Write down what's on your mind.
Get a pen and download a "To Do" list on good ol' fashioned paper. Releasing all that built up info from your brain can create enough relief to get the serotonin going. Writing things down helps you to remember ta...
Soo...early one morning I met up with my friend and colleague, fitness expert, Kate Martin. It was a quick catch up at the gym, you know where you really want to have a coffee but you've just got too much work to get on with. Anyway, we got chatting about all things health as we normally do, when my very action orientated Kate got the phone out to document my ramblings about why she should buy activated B complex over the standard varieties. So here are my early morning ramblings about why methylation is important, b vitamins and oestrogen detox among other things!