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Social Isolation and Mental Health

Originally Published May 1, 2020

Issue #378

Most of us are going through a period of "stay-at-home" lockdown and "social distancing" in order to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Since we are directed to avoid close contact with others outside of our immediate household, this can lead to feelings of isolation and loneliness. In this newsletter, I try to provide my readers with information that may help you to get through this unprecedented period with as little stress and anxiety as possible.
Dr. David Gutterman on how to mentally cope with COVID-19 lockdown and isolation.
Dr. Tracey Marks:  5 Ways to Manage Coronavirus Anxiety - COVID-19

Anxiety from The Melaleuca Wellness Guide (page 93)

When a person gets excited there are several adrenal hormones that are
released to combat the stress. When these hormones are either set off randomly
or they do not return to normal after stimulation, it creates a condition known
as anxiety. Menopause or PMS can induce anxiety in some women. While
adequate exercise and rest are vital, nutritional supplementation can also be

Good nutrition should include the Vitality Pack with Oligofructose
and CellWise, along with Provex-Plus. Taking ProvexCV may also
be wise, depending on your age. Luminex and Sustain Sport taken as directed
can be very helpful as well. Hormonal fluctuations resulting in anxiety during
times of PMS or menopause might improve when EstrAval is taken daily.
Recent studies have shown that anxiety disorders can also have a real
physical basis. Experts believe that brain chemistry may malfunction so that
some areas of the brain become hyperactive and release norepinephrine, which
causes blood pressure to rise with rapid pulse and breathing—the classic
symptoms of panic attack. The Vitality Pack is essential, and it may help to
throw in an extra Vitality Calcium Complete since the calcium and magnesium
will do a lot to relieve anxiety, tension, and nervousness and promote a sense
of calm. Using one or a combination of bergamot, cedarwood, lavender, orange,
patchouli, or ylang ylang essential oils in a diffuser also helps promote calm
Read the full article, Top 4 Essential Oils for Depression by Dr. Axe.

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