Eat to Relax

Eat to Relax

Sometimes the best thing you can do to de-stress and relax is eat something, Some people eat things that aren't good for you but give you that comfort. What if there was food you could eat that would ease you into relaxation without the guilt that comes with it? This article will go over some tasty relaxation inducing food to add to your next grocery list.

Vegetable Soup-  Soup, in general, is the best food to relax your nerves. It works so well because it helps your body to get rid of infections, which is plenty of cause to feel uneasy. When you are looking at soups, pick something with tomatoes, green peppers, and carrots; and you could even add some spinach, garlic, and thyme to improve your health.

Celery– In history, celery was regarded as a cure for stress. Hippocrates actually prescribed the vegetable as a tonic for people suffering from nervous tension. Today, celery is recognized as an effective way to lower high blood pressure which will lead to an easier way to relax.

Oatmeal- Sugar-free oatmeal will help you to relax because it’s a complex carbohydrate. These enhance your body's ability to absorb tryptophan, which leads to the production of serotonin, which is a brain chemical that makes the body relax. Oats are also rich in Vitamin B6 which is an anti-stress vitamin and is also rich in melatonin, which is a hormone that results in a healthy sleep and relaxation.

Honey- Honey is high is tryptophan to help reduce your anxiety and relax your nerves, and is also rich in potassium with will bring soothing relief to your brain and body. Potassium will help you to fight off stress hormones and acids in your body to relax your nervous system.

Who knew that relaxing could be so delicious? These foods are all good ways to relax. In addition to this try using Nutrovape Relax. This easy to use, personal nutrient inhalant is the best and quickest way to make sure that your road to relaxation is paved as smoothly as possible.