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Managing stress

Calming down the culture of ‘busyness’

Be inspired by the traditions of the South Pacific and look to kava for supporting anxiety “Busyness is more than an annoying truth of modern life. It has emerged as a significant health concern.” Joseph Bienvenu, Psychiatrist and Director – Anxiety Disorders Clinic, Johns Hopkins Hospital

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Mother nature’s stress-busters

Turn off social media and tune into adaptogens to help manage stress. Stress is one of the most common words used to describe modern life – but when it tips into chronic territory, it's cause for big concern.

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Training strategies for dealing with stress and adrenal issues

If your stress levels are at an all-time high, and have been for some time now, it’s reasonable to think you should take a break from exercising. Lack of time and a fuel tank that’s on empty most days is enough to make anyone feel that way.

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Activated B Vitamins for Energy and Stress Management with Sports Dietitian Ryan Pinto

Sports Dietitian Ryan Pinto discusses the role of B vitamins when it comes to our nervous system health and mood.

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Balancing the fight or flight response

Fight or flight. It’s how our bodies respond to stress. And this modern malaise can manifest into adrenal exhaustion – a term often used to umbrella symptoms including fatigue, body aches, low blood pressure, mild anxiety, sleep disturbances and digestive issues.

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The mighty mineral: discover why magnesium is essential for promoting holistic health

Your nervous system is integral to controlling your heart rate, breathing, digestion and skeletal muscle movement – and it is magnesium that is the mineral most critical to proper nervous system function.

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Stress & your hormones

Almost three quarters of Australians say that stress is impacting their physical health, according to a study by the Australian Psychological Society (APS).

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