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How to Lower Stress and Anxiety Levels

22 March 2022
2-minute read

How to Lower Stress and Anxiety Levels 


In the UK, a study found that 51% of adults reported feeling stressed and depressed at the same time. While we can all have our down days, actively making changes to your lifestyle can be hugely beneficial when it comes to your mood. Here are some of our tips on how you can reduce your stress and anxiety. 


Exercise more regularly 


It’s no secret that the simple act of exercising more regularly can greatly reduce your stress and anxiety levels. Studies indicate that engaging in regular physical activity can improve your mood and reduce your feelings of stress, as you shift your attention to the exercise that you’re doing. This is not to say that you need to start hitting the gym six times a week. Walking around your block for 20-30 minutes each morning or evening can transform the way you feel and help you alleviate some of that stress and anxiety. 


Reduce your screen time 


While this is easier said than done in the modern day, reducing your screen time can help to relieve some of those negative feelings. Excessive smartphone use, in particular, has been linked to an increase in mental health disorders and increased stress. When you think about it, regularly checking in on the world via your smartphone is stressful in itself. We’re constantly inundated with bad news from media outlets and advertising is can often feel overwhelming. Switching off for a specific period every day can remove some of your stress and help you feel more relaxed. 


Develop a self-care routine 


No matter how you do it, setting aside some time to look after yourself will always help you feel less anxious. Whether you go for a walk, take a soothing bath, go for a massage, or practice yoga, implementing self-care practice into your daily routine can be hugely beneficial for your health and wellbeing. You don’t need to free up loads of time, either. Self-care can take just twenty minutes out of your day, but it will help you relax and unwind after a tough day at the office.


Drink less coffee 


Even if you balk at the idea of giving up your morning cup of coffee, doing so might just help you relax a little. This is because of the high amount of caffeine within coffee, which is known to exacerbate feelings of anxiety when consumed in excess. While one cup of Joe in the morning won’t kill you, switching to herbal teas or a decaf blend in the afternoon will help you enormously. It’s also likely to help you sleep better at night, which comes with a whole list of benefits in itself. 


Take the right supplements 


Ensuring you take in sufficient levels of the right vitamins and minerals can also help to reduce your feelings of stress and anxiety. Our Brain Health Nootropic Supplement might just be the supplement you’ve been looking for, thanks to the beneficial compounds within. As well as helping to improve brain health, the presence of compounds like Lion’s Mane are known to help reduce stress levels and reduce symptoms of mild anxiety.


The key thing is to recognise stress when it appears, to help you do something about it. Be sure to check out our website for more information about how our nootropics supplement works.



All of our blog articles are reviewed by our Medical Director before publication.

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