What is Nervousness?
Nervousness is a state in which the nervous system reacts disproportionately to what seems to be natural stimulants when in an agitated state.
Drugs, though seemingly produce temporary relief, aggravates the nervous system and cause nervousness. Coffee, tobacco, alcoholic beverages, are among the foremost stimulants of nervousness.
To combat nervousness, develop a healthy habit of:
*Eating a decent breakfast to elude hypoglycemia.
*Eating at regular hours. Don’t skip meals.
*Getting adequate rest.
Foods to Increase to Allay Nervousness
Foods to Decrease to Avoid Nervousness
Caffeine: Irritates the nervous system and incites nervousness.
Alcoholic beverages contain ethylic alcohol which is harmful to nerve cells.
Once nervousness is caused by hypoglycemia, using a small amount of sugar might cause a calming effect. However,
too much produces hyperactivity and nervousness.
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