Best supplements for low mood: Four of the best pills to help improve your mood naturally

Best supplements for low mood: Four of the best pills to help improve your mood naturally

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We can all admit to having the lockdown blues with bouts of sadness and a low mood. Finding natural ways to help us feel better is far better than any substance which may offer a temporary boost. A top nutritionist has offered her tops tips on the four best supplements to help improve a low mood.

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Shivraj Bassi, Founder of Nutrition Brand Innermost, said: “A lack of social interaction and difficulties in maintaining a work-life balance inside our fall walls, all can have an adverse effect on mood.

“Alongside eating well, exercising and reduced screen time, supplements can be extremely useful to top up vitamins deficiencies and ‘biohack’ areas we may be struggling in, for example improving our sleep.

“Fortunately, there are some mood boosting ingredients to help beat the lockdown blues.”

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When it comes to your mood, there’s nothing worse than getting ill, said Shivraj.

She continued: “Need some help warding off the lurgies? Vitamin D could be what you’re missing, especially during these winter months.

“Along with playing an important role in regulating mood, there has been an increasing amount of credible research pointing to how vitamin D could play a role in reducing the severity of COVID-19 symptoms.

“Vitamin D can be found in oily fish, red meat and egg yolks, and government guidance is that you should consider supplementing with vitamin D during the winter months.”

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Ashwagandha is one of the most powerful apoptogenic herbs in Ayurvedic medicine, said Shivraj.

“It’s used to help the body cope with external stresses such as toxins in the environment and internal stresses such as anxiety, depression and insomnia,” she said.

“A great ingredient to incorporate into your diet to reintroduce a sense of calm and help with getting a better night’s sleep.” L-Tyrosine

L-Tyrosine is a popular dietary supplement used to improve alertness, attention and focus.

It produces important brain chemicals that help nerve cells communicate to help improve one’s mood.

Shivraj said: “An amino acid that is used by the body to produce noradrenaline and dopamine.

“Evidence suggests that it can help reduce stress during exposure to acute stressors (which tend to deplete noradrenaline) and can help to prevent stress-induced memory and attention deficits.”

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Rhodiola rosea Rhodiola rosea supplementation may alleviate symptoms of mild to moderate depression and mild anxiety, while it may also enhance mood.“A nootropic powerhouse, this flowering plant has mounting research to support its claims to reducing the effects of physical exhaustion that can result in fatigue, stress and ‘burnout’,” added Shivraj.“Increasingly used by people to help them cope with heavy workloads, headaches, and improve mood.”If your low mood continues its important to speak to your GP about alternative remedies.


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