5 Natural Ways to Decrease Cortisol Levels

5 Natural Ways to Decrease Cortisol Levels_step aerobics class

There are multiple natural ways to decrease cortisol levels. We will be exploring the easiest, most natural, and least expensive methods for keeping your cortisol levels in check.

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Is Anxiety Making You Fat?

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Anxiety can do more than send your heart racing and interfere with your ability to get things done. Anxiety can prevent weight loss and encourage weight gain. How can this be? The “stress hormone” cortisol. … Read on to learn more.

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The Importance of Fiber for Health & Well-Being

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When most people hear the word “fiber” they think of good bowel health, but fiber is just as important to disease prevention and well-being. Read on to learn how.

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Vitamin D Versus Dementia

Dementia is more dreaded than cancer, even death. The very notion of losing control of one’s own mind is enough to fill anyone with terror. Fortunately, numerous studies, some going back decades, strongly suggest that vitamin D is the key to preventing dementia and other psychological disorders.

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Aromatherapy For Pregnancy

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Pregnancy can be a wonderful time in a woman’s life, but there are some challenges. To minimize those challenges, I have created the following aromatherapy recipes. Please, pay heed to the amounts and directions given for each recipe.

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Aromatic Bath for Stress & Anxiety

Stress and anxiety have been shown to cause or worsen cardiovascular disease and obesity. Fortunately, both can be treated without expensive, side-effect laden drugs. One of these treatments is not just simple and inexpensive, but relaxing and enjoyable: The aromatic bath.

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Iron Deficiency and Panic Attacks

As improbable as it may seem, the feelings of dread, abject fear, tightness in the chest and heart palpitations that accompany a typical panic attack could be the result of an iron deficiency. … Iron deficiency triggered panic attacks are more common than most people realize. In this article, we explore how this is possible.

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