I have been suffering from major depression and general anxiety disorder for many years. They changed me...
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I have been suffering from major depression and general anxiety disorder for many years. They changed me into a person i couldn't recognize, and force my life to stand still. The issue is, that i am verhermently anti-drugs, i just can't take the side-effects, and i believe that they are not the only answer . So i have searched and searched and searched and have found a herbal remedy called "Neurocalm" by Metagenics which i have been taking for a few weeks and i actually can't believe how happy i am, how well i am sleeping and how back to normal i feel. I am taking 3 or 4 a day; 2 of those before bed and i can't remeber the last time things were this good. So i urge all of you who are struggling to find an answer, to at least give this product a go. I just felt i really needed to spread the word about this because it is amazing! Love to all xView Thread
With so much things to do, think and problems to solve, at work, school, home and so on—not enough...
Posted by Anon_155099
With so much things to do, think and problems to solve, at work, school, home and so on—not enough time to do them all, it's no wonder people get stressed out, get sick and eventually become unhealthy in many aspect of life. But you must always remember that too much work could affect your health and lifestyle practices. It is still important to make your health well cared of despite all the stresses you are going through because of work. You can manage life well when you are well nourished, by eating a healthy diet, and keeping a healthy mind setting, your mind, and body can reach optimum wellness.
Simple tips to help you relax during work:
1. Eat breakfast before leaving for work — eating breakfast keeps you energized for the entire day of work. Remember to enjoy your breakfast without the rush-hour anxiety. Studies proven that eating breakfast help in keeping the body healthy and active.
2. Be at work earlier — avoid the morning rush at stations and waiting areas. Leave your home and travel earlier. It is better to arrive at your work place earlier to be more relaxed and not rushing things up when arrived late. This could help you avoid stress as you start your day.
3. Maintain a clean, organized workplace — a dirty unorganized working area is very irritating, distracting and adds stress on you. Your workplace should be conducive for learning, sharing, and working to have a clear mind; this will help you think positively and clearly during work.
4. Enjoy lunch breaks — during work breaks, it is best to enjoy every minute without thinking about the work you still have to finish. Choose a healthy lunch to eat and enjoy eating without rushing. When still have time left, try to take a nap or stretch your body or do whatever you like that makes your mind relaxed. These will prepare you for the next hours of work.
5. Laugh more — laughter is the best medicine isn't it? Find more time to listen on jokes, you can also watch funny videos or recall funny things that happened to you or experiences of some people you know. Sharing funny thoughts with your friends during work breaks is also helpful to keep you relaxed.
The mentioned tips are some of the simple but effective steps to do to help you loosen up even during hectic work schedules and demands. You just have to find ways to keep your body and mind healthy despite work stresses. Never forget to always provide your body with a healthy diet, because your body is important for you to work properly, and an alert mind will provide you good ideas you can use to be productive during work.
Adderall will stop working one day and you will be down and out worse than you were. It's not worth it. It can cause a lot of side effects that do not go away easily. Aggitation, paranoia, liver and heart problems. It may burn you out.View Thread
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