ENERGY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS
By energy here, I don’t mean the effects of energy drinks on the body or energy connection with someone.
ENERGY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS – There is no doubt that energy affects one’s body, but how exactly it happens? In my practice working as a Board-certified nutrition specialist, I have experienced many cases when women have complaints about feeling fatigued and other alike-symptoms. One more particular example was a woman who was always feeling tired not was only coming home from work, but even after waking up. She didn’t feel rested, and also her body weight wasn’t the best one. That was one of the leading things that she mentioned as the cause for it. In the end, after blood, etc. tests, I could see that it had to do with her metabolism and overall health due to her stress at work and other lifestyle choices.
ENERGY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS
ENERGY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS – Energy and human health are connected – there is no doubt in that.
Energy and health are like synonyms because if a person doesn’t feel well (isn’t healthy), he is also not energetic and doesn’t feel well enough to complete his/her daily tasks, but also to function as a human being to satisfy the needs and overcome daily or long-term obstacles. That also leads to a lack of energy connection with someone thus negatively influencing overall relationships and other essential aspects.
SYMPTOMS OF PROBLEMS WITH ENERGY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS MANAGEMENT:
- Burning out
- Fatigue – the most common symptom
- Brain fog
- Memory loss
- Rapid aging, etc.
ENERGY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS – With the right energy and stress management, a person can avoid the risk of more severe problems that are diseases such as diabetes, Parkinson’s, dementia, heart disease, etc.
We also need to address mitochondria function as it turns food and oxygen into energy that the body uses for different tasks or stores. You can find these mitochondria “factories” in various body parts like brain, heart, muscles. These are places where happens metabolism. Metabolism uses the food and oxygen that a human body takes and converts it into energy that is used as a fuel. Mitochondria are very sensitive to different influences, so no wonder that many people have problems also with metabolism. Stress is one of these reasons.
LESS STRESS, MORE ENERGY
The phrase that people often use “don’t stress” has a reason. Oxidative stress happens in mitochondria. The synonyms could be deterioration or breakdown.
WHAT CAUSES OXIDATIVE STRESS?
- Extensive calorie consumption
- Excessive sugar consumption
- Anti-nutrients, etc.
ENERGY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS – All of this can send the body out of balance and thus have problems with energy and its production. This problematic aspect requires professional attention and changes in one’s lifestyle, including a special diet, physical activities, etc.
ENERGY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS -WIN YOUR HEALTH 7 LESSONS
I want to draw attention to the fact that many people are underestimating their health problems, and think that it is something that will eventually go away.
The fact is that they can be very wrong and even worsen the situation.
I, Chen Ben Asher, as a Board-certified nutrition specialist, I have seen many examples, especially among women such as:
- Aches (a headache, back pain, etc.)
- Digestive problems
- Sleeping problems
These are just a couple of clues that might carry a grave danger to the whole body. Functional medicine is rapidly developing and helps to understand more about your healthy and vital life changes to learn.
7 health lessons to address:
1. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
To understand what is the real cause of different diseases is to understand what you can change. This approach involves such ecological influence that you might even not take seriously like stress that for many people have become a part of daily life, toxins that are in food, air, and water, radiation, lack of exercise or too much of it. You can ask for help to identify the stressors, upgrade the quality of diet and nutrition lesson plans as well as other solutions. Challenges in life make you stronger, but that doesn’t mean that you should always challenge your health.
2. YOUR GUT AND DIGESTIVE HEALTH
Gut health is very important for overall body function, including the absorption of nutrients, fight against toxins microbes, allergens and other bad threats that the body has. You can read more about your health and gut link from other Nutrition & Mor’s source.
3. FOLLOW INFLAMMATION AND IMMUNE BALANCE
You can read more about inflammation and immune balance for your health from the other topics. Causes for it can be similar to those of environmental impact and lead to a chronic illness. For some inflammation might be due to gluten, etc.
4. HORMONES AND NEUROTRANSMITTERS
I, as a Board Certified nutrition specialist, Chen Ben Asher, have noticed that many of my women clients have some problems with either of hormones. And naturally, they cause other problems for your health. You can also look at our other hormonal balance health topics that might give more in-depth answers.
If you don’t feel healthy and experience some symptoms that were looked at before, you might have problems with detoxification.
6. MIND AND BODY CONNECTION
There are more and more disorders that have to do with mood and mind generally like anxiety, depression, dementia, etc. The cause might be different for everyone: stress, magnesium deficit, etc.
7. ENERGY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS
Body organism converts food and oxygen into energy. And the production is susceptible to toxins, stress, and various other issues.
These are seven general health lessons, but for the more personal approach, it is always essential to consult a specialist.
ENERGY AND OXIDATIVE STRESS