By Marge Pickering-Picone
I wonder how many relationships could be salvaged if each person knew how to support their nutritional deficiencies? Did you know that vitamins can play a part in your emotions?
What do I mean?
Do you know the feeling of “Life is a Chore”? When talking to each other seems more like a job then a relationship? Have you been in the middle of a party and wondered if you are having fun yet? That heavy hearted feeling that makes you constantly sigh? When you feel like you have nothing left to give? That being so tired that you cannot find any joy in your life?
These feelings are usually expressed by those that are fed up with the life they are currently living and feel they can’t get to a mutually agreed upon space.
Even those that have a good life, find it difficult to be enthusiastic even though they desperately want to. I have heard many say, “I have a great life; I don’t know why I feel like this.” When things are not going right in your life and the feeling seems to get worse no matter how hard you try to fix it. You may even be using therapy and feel that you just can’t get past or through something and keep repeating the same issues over and over. You seem too tired and wiped out to deal with anything. Even choosing what to eat or what television show to watch is too much to decide. Giving up seems easier than the effort to move forward and fix it.
That heavy hearted feeling is at the base of failing relationships. We call it self-image problems, moodiness, over worked, exhaustion and even blame it on hormones. We feel there has to be a reason, but everyone that is trying to help is not coming up with the answer that can possibly motivate us. Life goes on and the stress gets deeper until you just want out. You feel like you want to shout, “Stop this train, I want to get off now!”
Did you know that all of these feelings have particular nutrients that they rely on as fuel? If you are unable to replenish those levels time after time, your body starts to malfunction. You say something to your mate, child, boss, co-worker and that person interprets their own meaning based on how nutritionally balanced they are. Each argument or interpretation grows out of proportion and becomes a stressful discussion. Each time you’re in an argument, it exhausts your emotions a little bit more each time. The more often it occurs, the harder it is to recuperate. Every bit of recuperation takes a fuel. Keep the nutritional levels up and you don’t seem to take things so personal or feel as short of breath.
How Can Vitamins Help?
Have you experienced the above and have left a relationship because your needs were not met? Therapists help you unravel the situations and Nutrition Experts help rebuild all the levels that have bottomed out due to emotional overload.
When you feel too washed out and weak it quite possible that your electrolyte levels are too low. When your sodium, potassium, magnesium and calcium are out of balance there are many symptoms your body experiences: fatigue, depression, and you get the case of the “downs” that inability to feel fun.
If your B3 level is too low, you have no patience, tolerance, more prone to fears and phobias. If you are tired and you are unable to go to sleep because of mind talk, constantly shake your leg, smoke or bite your nails a nutritional approach helps reduce those to a livable level.
Those prone to lots of anger or “road rage,” your adrenals or GABA levels are probably in overdrive which causes emotional out bursts, back problems, stomach issues and angry feelings that make it easy to take out on others.
I truly believe that a combination of therapy and nutritional balancing can help many achieve their goal of being part of a successful relationship. They may also help you achieve a good night’s sleep by helping you quiet the “mind talk.” Everyone loves a good night’s rest.
I truly believe that a combination of therapy and nutritional balancing can help many achieve their goal of being part of a successful relationship. If you can take natural supplements to improve mood, sleep, and emotional reactions to experience the joy of life, it is definitely worth a try.
Over 30 years ago, even I was skeptical of complementary fields. The idea that a vitamin could actually help improve an area of concern was just a concept I couldn’t wrap my head around. I decided that since this MRT was on track with all of my symptoms, that I was willing to give it a try. Within 3 months I was finding myself whistling while doing chores. I was achieving a good night’s sleep. I was not stressing out having to provide and do everything as a single mother from my 2 year old son. Work was not so draining and I hadn’t gotten sick in those 3 months at all. To this day I am able to keep a positive, move forward attitude no matter what life or relationships throw my way.
I firmly believe there is help for all of us, if we give it a chance. How about 3 Months?