Nerves and Relaxation
Your ability to stay mentally sharp, sleep well, and support a positive mood depends in many ways upon your nerve resiliency. Quiet time, sleep, relaxation, and mental breaks aid your nerves and brain to bounce back after stress. Nutrients are also needed to prevent your nerves from becoming “fried” from stress, poor diet, alcohol, and environmental toxins, etc. Feeding your busy brain with support for parasympathetic relaxed reserves part of the autonomic nervous system is essential for brain health.
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