Feeling stressed? You’re not alone. The World Health Organization Global Burden of Disease Survey estimates that mental disease, including stress-related disorders, will be the second leading cause of disabilities by the year 2020. Stress can make you seriously ill, contributing to heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, stroke, IBS, immune dysfunction and depression. And on a daily basis can cause mood swings, skin problems, sleep disturbances, lack of energy, digestive problems like bloating and flatulence, aches and pains, headaches, hormonal problems, loss of memory, difficulty in focusing, brain fog, lack of concentration, indecision, cravings for sugar, alcohol and caffeine, muscle pains and cramps. No need to despair though as all these symptoms can be avoided, reduced and eliminated with a few simple tweaks in your nutrition and lifestyle.
We all lead busy and hectic lives and more especially if you are a high achiever or trying to reach the top of your game which often includes multi-tasking at work and home whilst also looking to achieve a work/life balance. Knowing simple and practical ways to reduce the stress in your life is important to not only help you feel better each day but also to reduce the impact that stress may be having on your mental and physical health.
Come to this talk with the UK’s leading nutritionist Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD and find out how just a few small changes in your lifestyle and the food you eat can transform your health and wellbeing, reducing your stress and giving you back your vitality and energy.
Helping to restore the world’s health – one person at a time.