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Anxiety

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It is normal and perhaps, helpful emotion. It can also be helpful. The dictionary definition states that anxiety is a feeling of discontent or unease in the mind that is caused by anxiety about danger or misfortune. A reasonable amount of anxiety may cause you to be alert and help for a difficult or terrifying situations. However, overly or inexplicably anxiety can pose a risk of becoming a problem. In the field of psychiatry anxiety disorder is a broad word used to describe various types of mental disorders that are characterized by excessive worry, anxiety in general, fear, and anxiety.

Avoid Eating At Night, It May Increase Risk Of Depression And Anxiety

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If possible, stay away from eating after dark and limit eating during the day only. A new study has found that eating late at night could negatively impact your mental health and leave you more vulnerable to developing anxiety and depression.

Beware, Night Owls, Shift Workers! A late night snack can cause much more damage than you imagine. It could have a devastating effect on mental well-being.

A team of researchers of Brigham and Women’s Hospital conducted an investigation to study the impact of eating times in relation to mental wellbeing. They examined the health consequences of nighttime and daytime eating with eating during the day only.

The researchers found higher depression and anxiety-related levels within the participants of the nighttime and daytime eating group, but only those who were in the only eating group during the day saw this increase. The levels of depression-related moods were up by 26 percent and anxiety-like moods increased by 16 percent according to the study.

The research findings, which were presented in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences revealed that the timing of meals could aid in determining mood vulnerability.

HTML0 It’s not just about the food you eat, but how you eat it is equally important.

The researchers pointed out how the time of meals is vital and their findings may aid in the development of a new method to lessen the vulnerability of your mood caused by circadian irregularities that is commonly seen among shift workers, as well as those suffering from jet lag or sufferers of problems with the circadian rhythm.

Everyday habits that could impact your mental well-being

Your daily routine may have unintended impacts on your mental well-being. This includes:

Not getting enough sleep: Research has shown that those who sleep just 6 to 8 hours each evening are much more likely suffer from emotional distress as compared to those who have over 6 hours every day.

Too much time on social mediaExcessive utilization of social media is linked to the feeling of self-esteem being lowered as well as depression, anxiety as well as other mental health problems.

A diet that is unhealthy:Poor diet can increase the risk of depression and stress and can also exacerbate mental disorders. Alcohol or caffeinated drinks, refined carbs and sugars added to it isn’t beneficial to your brain.

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