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If you have been through an episode of a lot of stress and anxiety, we recommend you try some of these foods that will help you relax due to the vitamins and minerals that they contribute to your body.
1. DRIED FRUITS
The sweet taste of dried apples, pears or peaches will lower your stress and anxiety level. One serving gives you between 60 and 140 calories, plus fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
2. YOGURT
We recommend eating it with nuts or cereal. Yogurt will give you fiber, protein, calcium, vitamins.
3. LEAFY VEGETABLES
Rich in magnesium, chard or spinach are the best option for you. You can consume them in a salad or between meals, as a snack.
4. OATMEAL WITH WHEAT GERM
This is a great combination because your body will get a dose of vitamin B6. Lack of this vitamin can make you nervous and anxious.
5. CEREAL BARS
Due to their practical presentation, these bars can be eaten at any time of the day. In this way you provide your body with fiber, protein, little fat, vitamins and minerals.
6. WALNUTS
We recommend consuming 5 walnuts on average per day, so that your body has the necessary magnesium.
7. FISH AND SHELLFISH
Because they are rich in selenium and zinc, these foods act directly on your mind, giving you balance.
8. BREWER'S YEAST
You can add this supplement to your daily diet during breakfast, mixed in your salads or natural juices. Brewer's yeast provides between 15 and 17 percent of the protein you need, if you consume it daily.
9. REFRESHMENT
In case of feeling a lot of anxiety, some people recommend drinking soda, since the gas it contains will make you feel satisfied. However, be careful not to do it constantly as the caffeine it has can increase the nerves.
10. LETTUCE OR APPLE
Finally, these foods turn out to be very good to relax you since they have a regulating and calming effect, in addition to vitamin B1.
Tinnitus is a generic term used to describe a ringing or noise in the ears that occurs in the absence of external sound. This is a very common condition that is thought to occur in up to 15% of people. It can occur in one or both ears, and often people will describe the sound as “coming from their head.” There are a variety of descriptions that people use for their tinnitus such as whooshing, ringing, pulsing, and/or buzzing, and the quality of the sound varies by individual.

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