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EP 93 - Natural Ways to Cope with Anxiety

Summary: Learn some simple, doable tips to help with anxiety -- especially during these uncertain times of COVID-19.
Air Date: 4/8/20
Duration: 27:29
Host: Dr. Ward Bond
Guest Bio: Julie Revelant
Julie Revelant is a health journalist, content marketing writer, copywriter and founder of JulieRevelant.com, where she teaches parents how to raise healthy kids who crave healthy foods. Julie has written hundreds of stories for print and digital outlets including FIRST for Women magazine, Woman’s World magazine, Esperanza magazine, EverydayHealth.com, Reader’s Digest (digital), WhatToExpect.com, theBump.com, and Babble.com.

For nearly 6 years, Julie wrote Healthy Mama, a column for FoxNews.com where she covered pregnancy, postpartum, maternal and children’s health and nutrition. Julie lives in Bethel, CT, with her husband and two daughters.
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EP 93 - Natural Ways to Cope with Anxiety
According to a 2018 poll by the American Psychiatric Association, anxiety is on the rise in the U.S. and women are disproportionately affected.

In fact, a survey by EverydayHealth.com, found among 3,000 women, 50 percent said stress and anxiety are one of the top factors currently affecting their personal wellness. What’s more, more than 80 percent said they don't get a good night's rest on a daily basis.

Health journalist Julie Revelant suffers with Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and as a busy working mom of two, she experience a fair share of stress as well.

Julie joins Dr. Bond to discuss natural ways to cope with anxiety, including:

  1. Eat real food
  2. Sweat
  3. Sleep
  4. Breathe
  5. Try supplements
  6. Practice cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  7. Meditate
  8. Try Essential Oils
  9. Set the tone for the day
  10. Listen to music
Listen in to learn some simple, doable tips to help with anxiety -- especially during these uncertain times of COVID-19.