The problem with psychology is that we treat the brain independently from the body...
And unless I'm missing something, the body has always been attached to the head and vice versa. This means that your psychology (thinking) can affect your physiology (body).
And the reverse is also true. If your body is inflamed, stressed, bloated, or lacking nutrients, your brain will receive signals that something is wrong. In turn, your brain sends you signals that appear as anxiety, panic attacks, a racing mind/insomnia, and more...
The trick is to always look for the underlying root causes holding you back from becoming well again. Today, on #CabralConcept 304 I share with you 5 foods that can cause anxiety and insomnia, plus many more tips - Enjoy the show!
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