Anxiety Symptoms
Brittany Da Silva
Brittany Da Silva
July 10, 2018
Anxiety symptoms can vary from person to person, but if your symptoms are persistent and unrelenting, you may have an anxiety disorder.

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Green Tea and Anxiety

The Calming Effect of Green Tea on Anxiety

Chinese medicine has long used green tea to treat depression, but research finds that it’s also helpful in managing anxiety too.
by Lana Barhum on May 7, 2018
Anxiety Eating

Can Anxiety Affect Your Eating Habits?

Which came first, anxiety or an eating disorder? For many people, anxiety eating can help relieve anxiety symptoms or cause symptoms to worsen.
99 found this helpful by Brittany Da Silva on February 26, 2018
Nutrition and Anxiety

Nutrition and Anxiety

It is proven that nutrition and anxiety go hand-in-hand. there are certain foods that can trigger your anxiety and foods that are actually helpful.
90 found this helpful by Emily Jason on February 18, 2015
Calming Foods

Smoothies for Anxiety

These smoothie recipes filled with calming foods that have B vitamins and minerals will help to detoxify you, energize you, and make you feel better.
141 found this helpful by Donna Schwontkowski on October 14, 2014
Anxiety and Diet

Anxiety and Diet

Since anxiety and diet are closely related, high antioxidant foods could impact the anxiety by quenching free radicals.
110 found this helpful by Donna Schwontkowski on September 30, 2014
Child’s Diet and Anxiety

Child’s Diet and Anxiety

Research shows that early-life stress can lead to an increase in the preference of comfort foods later on in life as adults.
40 found this helpful by Jessica on March 4, 2014
Nutrition and Anxiety

Nutrition and Anxiety

Some substances set off anxiety triggers and make it difficult to relax. Here are three tips on using nutrition therapy to stay healthy and stress-free.
122 found this helpful by NewLifeOutlook Team on January 2, 2014