Support Yourself This Season

October 14, 2019

Whether you think the holidays are a corporate sham or your house is decorated to the hilt for the theme of each month as we head toward the end of the year, you’re probably facing some stress as end of year work, clustered celebrations, social expectation, and flu season all collide in on one another. Take back some control and support any feelings of stress, anxiety, or depression you face this season with natural supplements for anxiety and stress like D.S.A. MGRx.

You may find fall weather dreary, not cozy, or you may be overwhelmed by the ads, cheeriness, and nostalgia being blasted everywhere—or you may have no reason at all for feeling a bit down. It doesn’t matter. Come out of the fog by making sure you’re taking care of yourself with some of these tips:

-Make sure you’re meeting your basic needs, like sleeping and drinking water. If pumpkin spiced lattes have replaced some of your normal drinking, you might have too much caffeine and sugar flowing through your veins and not enough basic water. (And if you have no explanation for feeling down, like too many coffee shop trips, focusing on basic needs is a good first step).

-The days are shorter and darker, so rule out Vitamin D deficiency with a good multivitamin like Cardio CVS Complete. Sometimes the best supplement for anxiety and stress is just making sure your basic needs are met each day!

-Exercise helps create physical change in the body, and if you do it outside, sunlight is helping, too. With end of year commitments piled up (complicated by work and school events), it may be hard to make time, and motivation can wane. Take small steps to move around outside for a natural mood perk.

-If all else fails, get support with natural supplements for anxiety, stress, and depression—like D.S.A. MGRx. With known herbs and nutrients that support mood, it lets you control when you need extra support. Take it everyday, or just as needed as another step to a better mood.

Don’t get the winter blues, stay on top of depression, stress, and anxiety this fall.

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