Mental Health

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  • HI
    JUST WONDERING IF ANYONE WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES IS FOLLOWING THIS DIET AND HOW IT HAS AFFECTED YOUR CONDITION.
    I AM ONE WEEK IN AND HAVE EXPERIENCED ELEVATED MOOD LEVELS,FEEL MORE ALERT AND FEEL MORE IN CONTROL OF MY LIFE.

    editor68, I am happy to hear that your are experiencing positive benefits from 5:2 🙂

    I am finding myself a lot more emotional don’t know why. I think that because of the fact that there has been a lot of bad foods in my diet and that I am cutting them out two days a week my body has reacted to that.

    I am a regular attendee of aa and have not had a drink since last February. Its My first day on the diet today and my head hurts.

    Will keep you posted. Im hoping to get more energy and repair my body from 20 years of drinking.

    Well done Warhorse!!

    This is really good post….I will definatly follow you..keep updating warhorse…

    Psychological well-being includes our passionate, psychological, and social prosperity. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps decide how we handle stress, identifies with others, and settle on choices. Psychological well-being is essential at each stage of life, from youth and adolescence through adulthood.

    Through the span of your life, in the event that you encounter psychological well-being problems, your reasoning, state of mind, and conduct could be influenced. Numerous factors add to emotional well-being problems, including:

    Natural factors, such as genes or mind chemistry

    Educational experiences, such as injury or abuse

    Family history of psychological wellness problems

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