how to help relieve stress?
i’m only 15 years old, and i’m stressed out all the time. like my new computer even has me stressed out! it’s so weird, and i have no idea why i even worry about things like this. and i’m so stressed out from school, picking out classes, and my first year of highschool. what should i do? how can i stop this?
Insomnia Stress answers:
Take a multi B complex tablet including all the B’s ie B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and B12 as they work best together.
The B complex of vitamins is a water soluble complex and as such our bodies can neither store or produce them. Therefore we need to ingest them on a daily basis or suffer the consequences as you unfortunately appear to be ……. Vitamin B12 in particular, deficiencies of which will manifest as headaches and migraines, nausea and vomiting, fatigue and exhaustion, irritability and moodiness,constipation, insomnia, excessive sweating, tingling and prickling and numbing sensations in the outer extremities, depression, dizzy spells and loss of balance, fainting, inability to concentrate and even chest pains and heart palpitations !! Quite scary actually if you don’t realise the vitamin factor.
Eat more foods rich in this vitamin ie: skimmed milks and cheeses, fish and eggs.
If you are lactose intolerant or vegetarian (as i am) then it is really important in aiding your body deal with all kinds of daily stresses for you to take a good quality multi B complex tablet on a daily basis. Get one that includes all the B’s ie: B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and B12 as they work best as a group.
When you take your daily supplement ensure that you take it with some type of calcium rich food ie: low fat cheese or milk or a calcium supplement as B12 needs calcium to be properly assimilated by the body.
When our bodies are placed under added stress ie: sickness, new job, new home, school studies or just daily life really….. Oh Christmas too will bring on the stress……… The B complex of vitamins are usually the first group to get used up and we therefore need to adjust our intake accordingly.
When you are getting any stress related symptoms or any of the above mentioned symptoms simply take another B tablet. As they are water soluble our bodies will simply excrete any excess in our urine.
Drinks loads of fresh filtered water to as the healthiest and happiest body will always be the most hydrated one.
Try to cut back on the things that will rob you of your precious B complex of vitamins too ie: caffeine, sodas and soft drinks, alcohol are all brilliant B complex thieves ……… Things such as the oral contraceptives, eostroegen supplementation, antiobiotics, antidepressants, laxatives, aspirin, diuretics will all also do a great job of robbing you of your B’s.
Tired,Nauseous and Insomnia?
I am Tired,a bit nauseous every night but no vomiting.It happens every night and I cannot sleep/hard to sleep.Is this the side effects of masturbation?Can anyone tell me whats happening to me?
Insomnia Stress answers:
Masturbation doesn’t really have side effects.
Probably, you need to adjust your diet. Or maybe you’re anxious about something.
Based on your story, I’d say it’s a combination of bad sleeping habits and bad diet.
All this depends on your age and daily habits, of course. See a doctor. If you’re eating well and are not under some serious stress, nausea every night can be very serious.
im stressed what can i do?
i have gained so much weight
its is killing me i just wont to
know when you are stressed what
all can happen too you?
i mean do you eat alot
do you just wont to
chew people up and
spit them out if they look
at you wrong what can i do to
make myself better
[ [ without medication ] ]
i feel like i need more alone
time but i dont wont to be away
from ne one for a long period of time
thats great i love the advice about
conceling but i just dont wont to go
to get help im not that crazy
Insomnia Stress answers:
Hey buddy. There are a few things you can do to relieve the symptoms of stress and reduce its affects on your body and immune system. …..to better deal with the daily helping of stress we are all exposed to ? Stress can do some terrible things to our bodies if we let it …………. Stress depletes our supplies of our B complex of vitamins and vitamin C as they are both water soluble……….. The B complex of vitamins is essential for healthy immune, neural and digestive functioning and Vitamin C helps in the body’s absorption of iron and is essential in the formation of collagen, which is important for the growth and repair of body tissue cells, skin, gums, blood vessels, bones and teeth ……. Pretty vital i’d say ? Bolster your immune system and eat more foods rich in vitamin C ie ~ citrus fruits such as lemons, limes and oranges, leafy and green vegies, tomatoes and potatoes and red and green peppers.
A deficiency in vitamin B12 will produce symptoms such as chest pains and heart palpitations, headaches and migraines, numbness and tingling and prickling sensations in the outer extremities, dizzy spells, fainting and loss of balance, excessive sweating, excessive urination and dry mouth, nausea and vomiting, fatigue and exhaustion, stress and depression, insomnia and constipation, irritability and moodiness and an inability to think clearly ….Quite scary actually if you don’t realise the vitamin factor.
If you are lactose intolerant or vegetarian then it is really important that you supplement your diet with a multi B complex tablet on a daily basis.
Take a multi B complex supplement on a daily basis. The B complex of vitamins is needed to support a healthy nervous, immune and digestive system and will help you enormously in dealing with stress.
They are a water soluble complex and as such our bodies can neither store or produce them, therefore we need to ingest them on a daily basis or suffer the side affects.
When we are placed under added stress such as work responsibilities, relationship dramas, new house, sickness, school studies …. Just daily living really… The first group of vitamins to be used up will be the B complex and in these situations we need to adjust our intake accordingly…… Simply take another B complex tablet when you are stressed, as they are water soluble any excess that your body doesn’t need will simply be excreted in your urine….. The B complex relies on calcium and vitamin D to be effectively assimilated so if you aren’t getting enough calcium and vitamin D naturally take a calcium supplement containing vitamin D3.
Get a supplement that includes all the B’s ie ~ B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and B12 as they all work synergistically (as a group).
If you are having trouble digesting your tablets go get yourself some organic apple cider vinegar and put 2 tablespoons full into a glass, mix up and drink up…….. The apple cider vinegar will increase the production of hydrochloric acid in your tummy and aid in digestion. Ensure you buy organic as the commercial varieties have had way too much of the goodness taken out of them to be used therapeutically. …….. Also ensure that you shake well before using to disperse the mother (active ingredient) throughout and that you drink it through a straw to protect the enamel on your teeth ?
Eat more foods rich in magnesium ~ magnesium is known as the antistress mineral and will help you deal with stressy situations and just the daily grind of life better.
Foods rich in magnesium are ~ leafy and green vegies, nuts and seeds, wholegrain cereals and breads and cold water fishes such as tuna, sardines, salmon and whiting……….. The EFA’s (essential fatty acids) in the cold water fishes do a brilliant job for me for equalising my moods and stress levels, i try to eat some description of fish each day….. But each person is different and you need to find your own level.
Magnesium is needed in the body for healthy nerve and muscle functioning and of course for heart health. Foods rich in magnesium will also aide in eliminating constipation by increasing the production of hydrochloric acid in the tummy and thus assisting in digestion………… Magnesium will also cure an acid tummy.
Drink loads of fresh filtered water too as the happiest and healthiest body will always be the most hydrated one.
Water is imperative to life. Without water your body will have a terrible time breathing, digesting food, transporting nutrients, lubricating your joint sockets etc.etc.etc.etc……… Nothing substitutes for water. Your body needs at least 2 – 3 litres of water daily to function efficiently.
Also, try to cut back on drinks such as coffee, tea, alcohol, sodas and soft drinks (if you drink any of them) which will all do great job of dehydrating you and of robbing you of your precious B complex of vitamins… . Ie: just 1 can of soda or soft drink will make your body peesh out up to 12 cups of water !!! 1 cup of coffee will make your body peesh out about 2 cups of water ……….. Read the book by F. Batmanghelidj, M.D…. “Your body’s many cries for water”…… An astounding and scary and very true read.
Other things that could be robbing you of your precious B complex of vitamins are :- eating too much protein, most otc cold medicines actually, alcohol, eating too much tinned food, antiobiotics ,antidepressants, penicillin, prednisone and aspirin, laxatives and diuretics, the oral contraceptive and eoestrogen supplementation .
Quite a handfull of information here …….. Sorry it’s a bit long winded but you need to know all this.
Get out in the fresh air and sunshine (vitamin D) and exercise as this will naturally raise the levels of serotonin in your brain and just make you feel fine ……….. Hey, even if its a walk in the park, chasing your mates or your kids around the shopping centre or even jumping in puddles when it rains, so long as it puts a smile on your dial buddy ………. Works for me ?
I sincerely wish you the best of health & vitality buddy and hope that you at least drink more water if you aren’t already doing that???
Throwing up, insomnia, exhaustion. What could these be signs of?
This isn’t me, my friend is having these symptoms. She doesn’t know if she could be pregnant, stress related, or just sick.
And she said that it felt worse than the flu.
Insomnia Stress answers:
Here are a few possibilities with some symptoms that might be helpful to your friend:
Stress – this can show itself through physical symptoms – especially the ones you are describing. It would explain all of it.
Then again, it could also be pregnancy, or a virus. However, with most viruses, you usually get diarrhea. Pregnancy nausea can be triggered through scents.
Unfortunately, these symptoms are all indicative of many ailments and conditions, so if the problems persist, or if she thinks she is pregnant, she needs to see a doctor for a definitive and accurate diagnosis.
In the meantime, tell her to feel better! Make her a care package of magazines, movies, eye mask, and other stuff for relief and relaxation. Tell her to eat things that are gentle on the stomach, such as bananas, rice, toast, applesauce (that BRAT diet), yogurt, tea (chamomile is commonly used for stomach upset), ginger ale, sprite, and to rest until she feels better. Vomiting can take a lot of energy, so between that and the insomnia, she’s probably over tired. Sleeping is the body’s way of healing. She should also use lots of pillows and stay comfortable until she is no longer sore and tired.
Hope this helps!
I keep vomiting? Symptoms of stress?
I am 20 years old, weigh 104 pounds and im 5″7. I have been extremely stressed lately with family issues, and finance troubles, and i am very lonely. Two years ago i started taking citalopram 20mg for depression, and after just over a year i decided they weren’t working for me. When i stopped taking them it left me with awful insomnia and because i couldnt sleep and it left me having panic attacks, nausea, headaches from crying so much and vomiting after i woke up. In the end i went to the doctors and i was prescribed amitriptyline 10mg 2 weeks ago. I seem to be sleeping prolong rarther than in small sections, but even now i sleep around 3 hours a night and i am still vomiting regularly during the morning hours (and before someone mentions pregnancy iv not had intercourse for 8 months). It is effecting my social life and work (im about to become promoted after only being at my current job for 11 months – but this isnt causing me any stress, i love my job and its very laid back and the only thing keeping me occupied and sane).
Insomnia Stress answers:
Hello,NHS Direct has been set up to answer questions such as this.It is manned by professionals in the medical field,all you have to do is pick up the phone and pay for the cost of the call,you will incur no charge for their professional opinion.They will tell you what the best course of action is.Here is a link to their site,you will find their telephone number in the link :https://www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk/About/Conta…
I hope this information will assist you with your condition,
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