Friday, September 18, 2009

Food, tension and Depression.

Even in the worst of times, if we are treating ourselves with compassion rather than self-judgment, we may be ready to manage enormous challenges without agitation or depression. Food is another significant component that really affects how we feel. The majority don't truly notice that what they put into their bodies is affecting how they feel. They would know that if they "sugar out" they may crash emotionally, or if they drink too much they are going to feel hung over, but they're regularly unaware of how other foods might be making anxiousness and depression. In the over 35 years that I have been an advisor, I have often encountered people whose foreboding and depression completely cleared up by tuning into how food was inspiring them. He hadn't realized how much caffeine he was basically consuming till I recommended that he cut out all caffeine and see what's happened to his sleep.

After a week of headaches from caffeine withdrawal, he was sleeping soundly for the 1st time in years and no longer felt depressed. While times have been tight financially, folk have been opening up their wallets in extraordinary numbers to by fitness products and gymnasium memberships.

it sort of feels like a contradiction but it's the truth none the less. For one thing, the most of the people try and fix their health and then give up as it is too challenging. Traditionally pandemics are things that rage outside the prepared control of human kind. Lots of my clients have learned that even a little sugar brings them down. I speculate if the big rise in arthritis and other inflammatory conditions is related to the pasteurizing of milk. Only you can handle this by learning how you are being impacted by the foodstuff you eat.

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