Long-term stress is good for us but when prolonged it is unhealthy both for our skin and entire body.
Stress reaction consumes the important minerals and antioxidants that would normally nourish and maintain the good condition of the skin. During stress our body typically suffers from lack of rest which prevents our body to renew, clean and repair itself (and the skin). Nutrition absorbtion and oxygen supply weaken and thus damage the condition of your skin. Stress should always be treated with lifestyle changes yet there are foods that can help you manage the stress. Roseroot balances as well as boosts and calms when needed. Vegetable proteins are great option for the evening when you body is preparing itself for rest and especially if you are suffering from aching muscles you may find magnesium helpful. Chaga mushroom supports our immune system and balances the body.