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Sunday, 25 November 2018

Reduce Stress with Link Nutrition

This time of year sure is magical in so many ways, but it can also be very stressful and anxiety inducing! I personally find the end of the year a little tough - my workload seems to double, deadlines creep on me, it's difficult to balance work/social life and don't even get me started on tax returns.

Instead of admitting defeat and curling up under my duvet until February (which is ever so tempting) there's a few rituals that have become ever so important during my week to stop me feeling overwhelmed and full of stress.

Firstly I wanted to tell you about a supplement I have been taking for a couple of months now that's specifically designed to reduce stress. It's called Relax from Link Nutrition and I honestly love it! This blog post is Kindly sponsored by the brand, but I want to make it very clear I genuinely have taken their products for months and truly love everything about them.
The Relax supplement is a targeted blend of B vitamins and soothing botanicals to balance and protect you against the stresses of everyday life. The unique formula contains magnesium and B vitamins which have been proven to reduce fatigue and promote normal psychological function. The presence of L Theanine (commonly found in green tea) helps to promote relaxation without sedation! Turmeric is also added to the supplement, this is fight inflammation often caused by stress and anxiety. The product is vegetarian, gluten free and contains raw ingredients! As I said, I've been taking this supplement for a while now and I really do think it's helped me feel a lot more calm and collected at times I'd otherwise be ridden with stress. Whether this is a placebo effect or not I don't know, but either way it's doing something!

I know, I know, everyone says it...but yoga really is fantastic for stress relief. I find if I go more than a couple of says without jumping on my mat my anxiety gets far worse, I become irritable and I feel mentally quite foggy. Yoga enables you to become more focused on the present moment and encourages you to take time for yourself, increase self-compassion and promote mindfulness. I'll either follow a flow online (there are so many on YouTube) or I'll find a Spotify playlist and just let my body move how it wants to for 30 minutes.
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