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  1. Diet & Food For Panic Attack and Anxiety

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    Food and Diet for Anxiety & Panic Attack Sufferers

    Food Diet for panic attacks and anxietyWhy is diet so important?

    Food, diet, anxiety and panic attacks are all interlinked. 

    Anxious people either tend to eat too much because they comfort eat, or too little as their so nervous they don’t feel like eating.  If you’re on a crash diet this is also not helpful.  I can assure you if you stick to the diet I will recommend you will feel less anxious and panicky, and as an added benefit you will lose weight. 

    Having problems swallowing food?

    Anxious people often complain of not being able to swallow food.  This is because they are anxious and the body is experiencing the fight and flight response.  This tends to try and stop us from eating because if you need to run away or fight your way out of trouble, then eating is not high on your body’s agenda.  Don’t worry just practice eating when you’re relaxed and calm.  If it’s easier to eat on your own then do this.  In time when you’re stronger you can then start to eat with family and then public places. 

    The Real problem with our Diet

    Most people will fall into this category of the constantly snacking usually on sugary things.  I recently watched a programme on somebody who suffered from epilepsy. He stated he often wanted to sleep after a fit because he used up so much energy whilst fitting.  Anxiety and panic attacks are a bit like this.  You burn up so much energy whilst being anxious and panicky that a quick fix is eating foods such as chocolate, sweets, cake, etc.  Although this initially makes you feel better after a while you feel even worse which I will explain later. 

    Having a good, solid breakfast to start the day is essential.  You would not expect car to start in the morning if the lights had been left on all night.  Our ‘battery’ is the same it needs charging too, to face the day ahead.  Our blood sugar levels are the single most important diet requirement we need to help us overcome anxiety.  If you don’t build a strong foundation then even if you implement other recovery techniques they won’t work. 

    Anti Anxiety Diet

    I am going to be straight with you – you simply have to eat a good solid breakfast or at the very least eat a mini meal soon after a small breakfast. 

    I am not a morning person. Quite often I don’t feel like having a big breakfast.  But I make sure I eat foods that will burn slowly and give me a solid platform to start the day.  For example porridge, muesli, Shredded wheat or Weetabix would be good choice.  Some of the most famous cereal foods, Co Co pops, Frosties, Rice Krispies contain a lot of sugar.  Along with your cereal have a couple of pieces of whole meal toast.  The whole grain is what you need as this will release energy slowly into your system.  I often have a tangerine, apple or banana as part of my breakfast.  Fruit is great for breakfast. 

    Protein is a must for breakfast which you can get from meats and poultry.  Why not have a bacon sandwich, or combine it into the classic bacon, lettuce and tomato (BLT).   Boiled or scrambled eggs for breakfast are also a personal favourite of mine.  Again great for protein.  Protein is good for you as it does not affect your sugar levels

    One of the most frequent issues that panic sufferers face is that roller coaster feeling of being OK one minute and then panicky the next.  One of the main ways of making your body a lot stable is to stop eating junk food.  Crisps, chocolate, cakes, sweets, etc; although seem filling and give you an initial lift, ultimately will leave you feeling worse.  The sugar rush will make you feel much better but there is a sting in the tail.  Once the pancreas releases insulin to combat the sugar you will be left feeling irritable and anxious.  It’s much better to snack on whole grain snacks that release carbohydrates slowly. 

    So what can I snack on?

    Foods like muesli bars, whole grain rice’s, pasta or other complex carbohydrates snacks are healthy for you.  Just check the label as by law they should show the sugar content.  Proteins are good as well as they do not affect your blood sugar level. Examples are nuts, fish, yogurt, beans, eggs, etc.  Fruits are other obvious examples of snacks that are good for you.  Just be careful as some fruits are quite high in natural sugar i.e. bananas. 

    Rather than just picking at snacks it’s much better to have five or six mini meals every day.  You should not be going more than 3 to 4 hours without anything to eat.  Plan out each day when and what you’re going to eat and try not to comfort eat in-between especially on junk food.  It’s also important not to go to bed on an empty stomach.  This will help reduce feelings of anxiousness and having night time panic attacks.  Try to have something light like a yogurt or a small cheese and lettuce whole meal sandwich before you go to bed.  Perhaps wash it down with some milk. This will help keep your blood sugar stable during the night.  People who go to bed on a big meal tend to get indigestion problems and the rebound when their blood sugar drops after the body has managed to digest such a large meal.  The same goes for alcohol.  Although it may help you sleep in the short term as it suppresses the nervous system, the rebound effect will be felt later at night when the blood sugar drops and you feel anxious. 

    Panic Attack Causes which Food

    Often people will have a cup of tea or especially coffee before they go to bed.  This is again a bad idea.  Caffeine is in coffee as well as tea and is a stimulant. It often will make an anxious person more agitated.  I can guarantee if I have a strong cup of coffee it will give me heart palpitations.  I use to get this even before I suffered from anxiety and panic attacks.  So I know my body is particularly sensitive to caffeine. 

    Finally it’s never a good idea to lie in bed too long.  Even if you had a bad night’s sleep its best to get up after 8 hours sleep rather than just lie in bed.  This will help you the following night to get a better night’s sleep as you will be tired, and you need to maintain a steady blood sugar level.  If you went to bed at eleven then get up around seven and have a herbal tea such as chamomile which as good calming properties.  Then have a good balanced breakfast with whole grain, protein and some fruit. 

    Your diet is one of the simplest things you can change that can have dramatic effects to promote your well-being.  To feel the full effects of a new diet may take several months but it is worth it.  You may well see the added benefit of weight loss.  Remember a stable foundation will lead to a much better chance of a full recovery and it’s what your body needs.

    Remember your body needs all the nutritious food it can get as its energy sapping and exhausting work for your body to keep initiating the flight or fight response.  Not looking after ones health by eating poorly is one the main causes of panic attacks and yet it’s one of the most overlooked keys to recovery.   

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    Hypoglycemia Hypoglycemia is a condition that occurs when your blood sugar (glucose) is too low.  Panic attacks can be caused by this.  Whether you have the condition or not it's so important to keep your blood sugars stable to feel well.  Too much sugar and you may feel great for a while, then the crash.  Diet is one of the must under-rated aspects of getting better and reducing the horrible symptoms of anxiety.  There are two books that I have read on this subject -  New Low Blood Sugar and You: The Startling Facts of How Millions of People Suffer from Hypoglycemia (Low Blood Sugar) without Knowing it - The Simple Diet That Can Completely Eliminate This Disease  & The Low Blood Sugar Handbook .  Both go into great detail and have recipes, facts/figures, lists of foods you can eat and programmes to get well.  The nature of the topic can mean that reading is heavy going but it's worth at least reading one book on Hypoglycemia. 

    Food & Drink

    As part of my programme of recovery I strongly recommend that you remove caffeine from your diet completely.   That means no tea or coffee.  I personally think a great substitute is Chamomile (calming properties) or Peppermint tea.  If you buy from supermarkets it tends to be quite expensive.  If you would like to buy in bulk then I would suggest Twinings Pure Camomile  and Pure Peppermint tea .

    If you suffer from palpitations some people recommend Pukka Clean Greens Powder - Organic Bio Nutrients - 120g Powder  (I have not actually tried it myself).  It comes in capsules as well but the powder is better value for money - 1 months supply for £25.  Apparently it does not taste very good so be warned! Amazon seems to be the best price.  You probably wonder what it is - it's a herbal drink.  You mix one tablespoon with a glass of water.  Clean Greens contains antioxidants, chlorophyll, vitamins, trace minerals and enzymes, all of which can help you cope better with our polluted environment and diet. When using Clean Greens daily, you should notice improvements in your digestion, skin appearance and general wellbeing. 

    Multivitamins & Minerals

    Sometimes it's recommended to take Multivitamins & Minerals when you're run down. Any help you can give your body to improve and cope with the burden of anxiety can only help you recover.  I personally took vitamins for a while as I thought this would give my body extra help and a boost to cope with all the stresses placed upon it.  If you feel you need that extra help then below are some popular Multivitamins & Minerals tablets -

    Sanatogen A-Z Complete 23 essential Vitamins and Minerals 90 Tablets  or Sanatogen Vital 50+ Multi Vitamin & Mineral Supplement With Ginkgo & Ginseng Tablets 90 Tablets

    Centrum Performance Multivitamin & Minerals Plus Ginseng & Ginkgo Biloba Supplement 60 Tablets

    Multivitamin and Minerals - 120 tablets, 100% RDA - High quality, unbeatable price

    Seven Seas A-Z Multi Spectrum Multivitamins & Minerals 60 Capsules  

     

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  2. The Fear Centre of the Brain ( The causes of panic attacks)

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    Panic attacks can be categorised into 2 areas -

    •The non-phobic panic attack that seems to come out of the blue (the spontaneous panic attack)

    •The triggered panic attack

    fearThe non-phobic panic attack tends to come out of the blue, or so the person believes, but there is often a trigger.   This could be stress, diet, thoughts, etc.  The brain usually has been stimulated by being over sensitized by a trigger which is not obvious.  It leads to us feeling unable to breath, impending doom, heart palpitation, suffocation feelings, etc.   There is also a theory called the suffocation alarm theory which suggests the brain is triggering a panic attack.  Let me explain……..

    As you probably know when we exhale carbon dioxide is produced.  Our brains via neurons in our solitary nucleus are forever monitoring the blood circulating in our brains for levels of carbon dioxide (CO2).    These neurons will activate if they sense a drop in CO2.  This will cause the feeling of being unable to breathe properly.  In this case your body is saying I really need to take over and make you breath as CO2 has dropped.  As a panic attack sufferer I often felt my breathing go haywire, and feel like I was not getting enough oxygen and try to breathe more.  After this process, the locus coeruleus is essentially sent a message.  But what is the locus coeruleus?

    The hypothalamus is the main fear centre of the brain and has been traditionally known as the bodies sentry and alerts us using various sensations to warn us of danger.  The locus coeruleus is a lot smaller than the hypothalamus but virtually all the bodily functions are linked to it including the hypothalamus.

    ElectricResearch has shown that if the locus coeruleus is electrically shocked a panic attack can be induced.  So it may be that the locus coeruleus is the first button to be pushed in the brain to fire off the flight or fight response.  Whether it’s the locus coeruleus or the hypothalamus (or both) the same process is happening – a burst of electricity is being triggered within the brain. fear and anxiety in the brain

    The EEG (Electroencephalography) measures voltage fluctuations resulting from ionic current flows within the neurons of the brain.  However it’s not sensitive enough to pick up electrical activity deep inside the brain.  I don’t want to get too deep into the technical science stuff as to fellow panic attacks sufferers all we feel is all the nasty symptoms of racing heart,  headaches, confusion, etc.  It doesn’t really matter to us what is calling the shots.

    Opiate Receptors

    Further studies of the locus coeruleus have shown that they have high number of opiate receptors.  You may ask what is an opiate receptor?

    They are a type of protein found in the brain, digestive system and spinal cord.  Opiates activate the receptors once they reach the brain, which they tend to do quite quickly.  Any effect on the brain directly correlates with what has been stimulated.  Opiates facilitate the feel good centre of the brain and help stop pain.  This is why you often hear about drug addicts injecting heroin (an opiate) into their bloodstream.   

    Once the heroin gets into contact with the brain, its changes to morphine which stimulates the receptors.    Research shows that once the opiate receptors are stimulated by heroin and other drugs there is a feeling of a great satisfaction.  There is also a feeling of euphoria as large amounts of dopamine are released.  After the initial rush there is a state of calm and relaxation which can last for many hours.  You can see now why heroin is so addictive!

    Endorphins

    The mystery to scientists was how did the human body know man would inject himself with heroin to get the rush of euphoria, or was there some naturally occurring chemical in the body with the same the structure, which was doing the same job.  Eventually they found it and called the chemical endorphin.

    Endorphins are great for us.  The diminish pain and anxiety, help promote our immune system and ability to withstand stress, and help us feel pleasure more easily.  Endorphins and opiate receptors are like peas in a pod, the fit together perfectly to inhibit panic and fear.

    After scientist discovered the fear centre in the brain and that this centre had opiate receptors, it was a great breakthrough.   By knowing this we can tackle the fear factor in our brains.  

    So if we can increase the endorphins in our brains we stand a good chance of lowering the fear response to events in our life. 

    Locus Coeruleus

    Lets go back to the out of the blue panic attacks, when the locus coeruleus has been aroused and symptoms of panic occur.  When we feel fear and the need to escape, our respiratory rate increases.  Hyperventilation can kick in making sure we breathe faster taking in more oxygen.  This can occur when our respiration system slows down or CO2 builds up if we exercise.   Thus it’s possible that panic attacks can occur during sleep or as one falls asleep or after relaxing.  This is because our oxygen intake has decreased allowing the carbon dioxide level to rise.  This can then trigger the over sensitive suffocation alarm system (solitary nucleus).  If you suffer this type of panic attack you will frequently suffer hyperventilation.  

    It’s worth noting that women are more susceptible to panic attacks after child birth and during periods.  Both of these times are when levels of progesterone drop very sharply.  Progesterone can lower levels of carbon dioxide in the brain by making us breathe faster.  The loss of progesterone can increase carbon dioxide and make the body more susceptible to panic.

    The second type of panic is phobic panic or triggered panic attacks.  It’s more common and is the fear of fear.  Sufferers also tend to suffer from anticipation anxiety.  The symptoms include feeling like you want to escape, unable to concentrate, shaky, sweaty, etc.  Remember out of the blue panic attacks tend to be feelings of breathlessness and suffocation sensations.  The difference with this type of panic attack is the locus coeruleus is stimulated by a perceived threat in the mind.  In other words the threat is by negative, panicky thoughts

    Sometimes these thoughts are so instinctive we don’t actually realize we have thought them.  In other situations it might be some sort of traumatic incident that that keep triggering the same anxious thoughts habitually.  For example if you were involved in a bad car crash, you might every time you drive a car, get panic attacks.  The unconscious mind associates cars with a stressful event and the locus coeruleus is activated because the brains thought patterns (neural pathways) have linked car driving and scary experiences together.   The fight or flight response is then activated, and adrenaline is sent around the body and noradrenalin (more commonly known as nor epinephrine) to the brain.

    Whether your experiencing 'out of the blue' panic attacks or if you know whats triggering them (or both), then my two articles WHAT ARE PANIC ATTACKS & THE ANXIETY NERVOUS SYSTEM will help you overcome them.

    Eleanor Roosevelt“You gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, 'I have lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.' You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” Eleanor Roosevelt - You Learn by Living: Eleven Keys for a More Fulfilling Life

     What triggers your panic attacks or do they come out of the blue ?

     

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    RESOURCES

    Why do you Fear?

    What causes Panic Attacks?

    What are the symptoms of Panic Attacks?

    How to Stop a Panic Attack?

    What Triggers Panic Attacks?

    Tools of the Trade - Recovery

    What are Panic attacks

    The Nervous System

    Self Help for your Nerves - Dr Claire Weekes

    Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway: How to Turn Your Fear and Indecision into Confidence and Action

    Instant Confidence (Book and CD)

    Overcoming Panic and Agoraphobia

    The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook (Anxiety & Phobia Workbook)

    Control Stress : Stop Worrying and Feel Good Now

     

  3. Why do Some People Suffer from Panic Attacks?

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    Why do some people suffer from panic attacks

     

    Triggers to panic attacks

    What causes a panic attack in the first place?

    Think back to the example of the lady walking down a quiet dark alley way and how her thoughts trigger fear responses. ( See What Triggers Panic Attacks? ).  Therefore we know are thoughts can trigger panic attacks. However one of the most common questions panic attack sufferers ask themselves is what causes panic attacks when there is no obvious threat in front of them? And why them when other people seem more stressed?

    One of the most intriguing things about panic attacks are sometimes they seem to just happen out of the blue. Quite often there is no trigger event and this makes people even more anxious because they think it can’t be a panic attack as there is no logical pattern to it. That’s when their mind starts to wonder that they have some other terrible problem such as a brain tumour or heart defect.

    panic attack worry cycleThe fact of the matter is if you look closely she will fine there is some minor trigger.  It may be so small you didn’t notice it, but it caused some very small bodily sensation. Whether you consciously or unconsciously were aware of it,  it has sparked off a chain of thoughts that has led to the sufferer worrying about their condition. Therefore a panic attack is initiated. For Panic disorder sufferers this thought process has become a nasty habit and that is all it is – A NASTY HABIT. Your thoughts lead down neural pathways which affect your behaviour. If you were watching a really funny movie and laughing a lot, your neural pathways would be firing off feel good chemicals and you would be feeling happy. Your memories of the film would be positive and you go to sleep afterwards and probably get a good night’s rest.

    Why do some people suffer from panic attacksThe mistake a panic disorder sufferer makes is they internalize everything. Your body is not designed to look inwards. Our bodies automatically takes care of blood pressure, body temperature, heart rate, blinking, breathing, the list is endless. It’s an amazing machine and its lets us get on with living and hopefully enjoying ourselves. To be constantly internalizing every ache and pain that we feel is not good for our mind or body.

    Even though we may not be aware of some of the thought processes that are leading to these terrible feelings (because there so engrained into our make-up,) they can be unlearnt and the habit broken. Below are some factors that may have caused severe anxiety or panic.

    • A minor increase in anxiety. Perhaps when entering a situation which has caused you severe anxiety before or worrying before the event has led to the start of a panic attack. Although the person thinks this has come out of the blue, the reality is they have conditioned themselves to react in this way given the correct circumstances.
    • It is a fact that other emotional states of mind can cause the body to react and tip over to a panic reaction. Most panic sufferers are very impatient people. Being stuck in queues, dealing with annoying people at work or not feeling rewarded are all attributes to bringing on an attack. It is one of key tools to a recovery is to be able to relax and not fight against things you have no control over. See my article on Claire Weekes - the value of acceptance.  The only person you can change is yourself. Feeling angry as somebody in your mind has wronged you in some way can only lead to negative feelings. As does worrying about events that may happen to you at some point in the future. These are all hypothetical. If you live in the moment and enjoy each day as it comes you will live in a much happier place. If your constantly thinking about ‘what I should have done’ and living in the past, then your living your life with regrets. If you’re constantly thinking about ‘what ifs’ regaridng future events then your living in fear of the future, which you will only trigger attacks.
    • As discussed before slight changes in body feelings can cause panic attacks. But sometimes these changes are unavoidable i.e. exercising. Exercising is one of the best ways of releasing tension and promoting the feel good chemicals in the body. But this is a kind of double edged sword as it will encourage the symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks, such as fast breathing and rapid heartbeat.
    • Often changes in a person physical state can cause an attack and this is probably one of the most underrated causes of an initial panic attack. Pre-menstrual women or women who have just given birth see dramatic physical changes happening in their bodies. These can manifest in all sorts of different ways because the female body is under stress. Often as the body returns to normal the anxiety will go as well.  Also illnesses can trigger stress and panicky reactions.

    Self Inflicted States
    Self-inflicted states can cause panic attacks.  If you diet to much or are sensitive to eating sugary foods these can cause panic attacks. I’m sure we have all been feeling very hungry and then felt faint because our body needed food.  We have then eaten junk food and felt even worse 2hours later. 

    • Alcohol is one of the worst things you can drink if you suffer from panic attacks. People often self-medicate with alcohol as it supresses the nervous system and can help you relax. The payoff is the next day or when alcohol wears off, the physical symptoms come back even worse than before. Tiredness is also something which ties in with the above. If you’re not looking after yourself and not sleeping enough, tiredness will cause anxiety if your lacking in sleep.   Working pressures can often lead to stress levels rising and can result in triggering anxiety. If your drinking and partying too much and not eating healthily then your body is going to let you know via panic attacks that it cannot function like this.
    • Drugs in general have a massive impact in the human brain. Drugs can affect how we think and can cause all sorts of nasty side effects that make us anxious. Too much caffeine and tea can have a detrimental effect on our health, especially if there used as a 'pick me up' in the mornings. A good alternative to tea and coffee are herbal teas all of which are becoming more mainstream in cafes and the work place. Peppermints tea (Pure Peppermint tea )seems to be very popular and Camomile teas (Twinings Pure Camomile )have relaxing properties.
    • Another trigger and perhaps one of the most common in child panic attacks is a person being alone, and not having a safe person or safe environment in which they feel comfortable. A child will have a close bond with a mother or father.  When they have to start at school or perhaps have a stressful period at school, it can lead to a child not wanting to leave their side as they think terrible things will happen if they do.

    Without exception avoiding these situations is not the way to cure yourself of these awful feelings.  Trying to live life avoiding triggers is only going to make things worse in the long run. You are also not living your life to the full.  Just existing getting from one thing to the next is just functioning rather than enjoying life and experiencing new places and relationships. Reading as much information as you can and learning new tools and changing your pattern of thinks will ultimately liberate you from the darkness of panic attacks, and will make you feel alive again.

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    Books

    Apart from the books I recommend in my Tools for Recovery here are some books that may help if you suffer from reocurring panic attacks.

    Overcoming Panic - A genuinely helpful and practical book. If you're a little tired of all the in-your-face self-help books with wacky titles and unlikely promises, then this - refreshingly - does what it says on the cover. The plan of action it offers does need a degree of commitment. But its worth reading anyway for the reassuring, calmly explained advice.

    Overcoming Panic and Agoraphobia -  Overcoming Panic and Agoraphobia provides a step-by-step management program that provides the necessary skills for overcoming and preventing panic attacks and associated agoraphobia.  Explains the many forms and causes of panic. Contains a complete self-help program and monitoring sheets. Based on proven techniques of cognitive therapy.

    School Phobia, Panic Attacks and Anxiety in Children - Gives real, practical advice on how to deal with child panic attacks. A great resource for parents.  It’s very easy to read and gives great details on school phobia.  The author has a human approach to the subject and encourages parents to take an active role in the recovery.  It also gives areal insight into the child’s perspective.

     

     

    Hypoglycemia Hypoglycemia is a condition that occurs when your blood sugar (glucose) is too low.  Panic attacks can be caused by this.  Whether you have the condition or not its so impotatnt to keep your blood sugars stable to feel well.  Too much sugar and you may feel great for a while, then the crash.  Diet is one of the must under-rated aspects of getting better and reducing the horrible symptoms of anxiety. There are two books that I have read on this sudject -  New Low Blood Sugar and You: The Startling Facts of How Millions of People Suffer from Hypoglycemia (Low Blood Sugar) without Knowing it - The Simple Diet That Can Completely Eliminate This Disease & The Low Blood Sugar Handbook .  Both go into great detail and have recipes, facts/figures, lists of foods you can eat and programmes to get well.  The nature of the topic can mean that reading is heavy going but its worth at least reading one book on Hypoglycemia.

    Breathing Techniques

    I have read several books on this subject and I would recommend either Anxiety Free: Stop Worrying and Quieten Your Mind - The Only Way to Oxygenate Your Brain and Stop Excessive and Useless Thoughts Featuring the Buteyko Breathing Method and Mindfulness orThe Breathing Book: Vitality and Good Health Through Essential Breath Work .  Both tell you the benefits of deep breathing which will help reduce feelings of panic and anxiety, but you can also control your emotions much better if you breath correctly.  If you are after listening to guided breathing through headphones than can find Breathing MP3 Downloads here.

    Food & Drink

    As part of my programme of recovery I strongly recommend that you remove caffine from your diet completely.   That means no tea or coffee.  I personally think a great substitute is Chamomile (calming properties) or Peppermint tea.  If you buy from supermarkets it tends to be quite expensive.  If you would like to buy in bulk then I would suggest Twinings Pure Camomile and Pure Peppermint tea .

    If you suffer from palpitations some people recommend Pukka Clean Greens Powder - Organic Bio Nutrients - 120g Powder (I have not actually tried it myself).  It comes in capsules as well but the powder is better value for money - 1 months supply for £25.  Apparently it does not taste very good so be warned! Amazon seems to be the best price.  You probably wonder what it is - its a herbal drink.  You mix one tablespoon with a glass of water.  Clean Greens contains antioxidants, chlorophyll, vitamins, trace minerals and enzymes, all of which can help you cope better with our polluted environment and diet. When using Clean Greens daily, you should notice improvements in your digestion, skin appearance and general wellbeing.

    Mutivitamins & Minerals

    Sometimes its recommended to take Mutivitamins & Minerals when your run down. Any help you can give your body to improve and cope with the burden of anxiety can only help you recover.  I personally took vitamins for a while as I thought this would give my body extra help and a boost to cope with all the stresses placed upon it.  If you feel you need that extra help then below are some popular Mutivitamins & Minerals tablets -

    Sanatogen A-Z Complete 23 essential Vitamins and Minerals 90 Tablets or Sanatogen Vital 50+ Multi Vitamin & Mineral Supplement With Ginkgo & Ginseng Tablets 90 Tablets

    Centrum Performance Multivitamin & Minerals Plus Ginseng & Ginkgo Biloba Supplement 60 Tablets

    Multivitamin and Minerals - 120 tablets, 100% RDA - High quality, unbeatable price

    Seven Seas A-Z Multi Spectrum Multivitamins & Minerals 60 Capsules

     

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