Is a lack of B vitamins contributing to your stress?

In the U.S., approximately 40 million adult individuals have an anxiety disorder, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. This chronic stress may inhibit the ability to carry out daily activities, such as going to work, taking care of oneself and even sleeping.

Physicians are diagnosing more individuals with psychological disorders than ever before, and now know how to treat symptoms more efficiently, as reported by NBC News. However, the etiology of the illness is often still a mystery, as it varies from patient to patient.

“Some experts point to our high-paced, stressful lifestyle as feeding fear, issuing in this new age of anxiety,” Nancy Snyderman, M.D., chief medical editor of NBC News, told the news source. “I think we’re looking at almost the perfect storm. We’ve underdiagnosed it in the past and we’re probably overdiagnosing it now. We ramp it up in each other.”

Anxiety is typically treated with either therapy, medication or a combination of both depending on the patient’s preference. One alternative to prescription drugs is to take an all-natural supplement manufactured by Dr. Newton’s Naturals, such as Vital B-100.

These essential nutrients play a major role in metabolism, as they help the body turn food into energy. Although B vitamins are found in leafy green vegetables, beans, meat, eggs and dairy products, many people are still deficient and it may be contributing to high stress levels, which is why taking a supplement may be beneficial.

In addition to giving your body what it needs, stressed out individuals should try to detach themselves from their work for a few hours everyday. Turning off the television and cell phone, and opting to read a good book before bed may be exactly what you need to calm down and destress.

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