How Is “Stress” Affecting Your Memory?


Short Term Memory is absolutely affected by your stress level.  Steady blood sugar levels are important to how healthy your brain can function and your cognitive function is affected by your nutritional status.  If you have a stressful job, high carb/sugar diet, high caffeine intake and sleep poorly, you are producing higher levels of free radical damage leading to premature aging of your brain.  In short, you have very poor memory and lose your keys, can’t remember where you parked your car and names or numbers evade you at the wrong time.  
Fish Oils offer EFAs (essential fatty acids) are one of the important nutrients for brain power and help promote sufficient blood flow to the brain.  The best step is to get yourself on a supplemental program that targets all angles of brain support.  Reduce your stress with Meditation, Yoga or even a 5 to 10 minute break in a quiet space during the day.  Think about hormone balancing and if you have progesterone in your current program, use it at night as it promotes a more sedating response.  Get organized, so little things do not upset you so easily.  Do Exercise routines that support your Blood Type.  If you can’t change your work environment, supporting some of the other areas of your life may help.   


About Marge

Marge has been working in the Nutrition Field since 1984. She has over 30+ years experience working with vitamins, minerals, herbs and dietary adjustments to help others achieve the best quality of life. She has come through with success at times when traditional medicine failed. Joined forces with medical MD for 5 years to successfully proove that supplements can improve negative blood work numbers and help people achieve quality health in their lives. Founded Professional Nutrition Services in 1984, Created the Webster Village Holistic Health Center in 2013. Loves performing wedding ceremonies as an Non-Denominational Minister and offers Health, Life and Marriage Coaching.

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