#Omega3 Fatty Acids Relief for #Anxiety

Let food be thy medicine and let Omega 3 fatty acids be the relief from anxiety. Nowadays more people are realizing anxiety is a bigger part of their life than they’d prefer. To help remedy this life-arresting annoyance, here’s an article for people who opt not to treat themselves with pharmaceuticals but want to fix it organically.

Before we get down to the options, it’s important to note that many people who live with anxiety are not helped by the treatments offered. These treatments include SSRIs (antidepressants) and cognitive behavior therapy (talk therapy).

The relief of anxiety may be found by consuming more Omega 3 fatty acids. We all need food to survive, why not consume foods that add a little calm to the rat race? This can be done naturally with the consumption of foods more abundant in the healthy fat. Some of these foods include: salmon, tuna, eggs, mackerel, sardines, spinach, peanut butter, soybeans, wild rice, caviar, and oysters.

If you agree that Omega 3 might be the best way to mitigate anxiety but aren’t keen on fish, spinach, or oysters – maybe you can pop a few pills from the high integrity selection of supplements? Supplements are not the answer for a long-term solution but it’s worth the introductory period to begin melting away the anxiety.

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