A moderate exposure to sunlight reduces your risk of stroke, autoimmune diseases and at the same time boosts the vit. D intake which is essential for optimal bone health. It also triggers the release of hormones in your brain. The serotinin hormone helps uplift your mood and prevent seasonal affective disorder, while melatonin regulates the body's sleep-wake cycle.
Cortisol imbalance due to stress can manifest into palpitations, low energy, brain fog, night sweats, BP spikes etc. Moderate and regular exercise including yoga can get your stress levels down. Get adequate sleep and avoid screen exposure at night. Stay positive and laugh out loud. Consume foods with Vit C, take magnesium supplements and treat yourself to a massage.
Drink water to re hydrate as Nicotine dehydrates the body. Nettle is loaded with iron and is a useful disinfectant. Eat celery, along with such vegetables as zucchinis, egg-plants, beans, and even cucumbers, which affect cigarette taste. Also, consume pine needle tea, oranges, kiwi fruit, carrot juice, broccoli and spinach.
Bell peppers are members of the nightshade family, which includes potatoes, tomatoes and eggplant. They are some of the most versatile vegetables in your kitchen. Green and purple peppers have a slightly bitter flavor, while the red, orange and yellows bell peppers have a sweet flavor, and lack the fiery[.....]
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