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If you suffer from social anxiety the problem may not be all in your mind.
Psychologists have traditionally looked to the mind to help people living with mental health issues. But a recent study has shown that the stomach may also play a key role, suggesting that the old adage “you are what you eat” is more than just a cliché.
The researchers investigated a possible connection between fermented foods, which contain probiotics, and social anxiety. They found that young adults who eat more fermented foods have fewer social anxiety symptoms, with the effect being greatest among those at genetic risk for social anxiety disorder as measured by a personality trait known as ‘neuroticism’ which is characterised by anxiety, fear, moodiness, worry, envy, frustration, jealousy, and loneliness.
I am contacting you about a health issue that my girlfriends mom is having... she has had "Body Lice" (pediculus humanus corporis) for a while now, and she has went to the doctor a couple times but they donâ€™t seem to know exactly what to do other than give her special soaps to use... She used to work in the home health care field but can't as long as she has this issue. My question to you is do you have any suggestions for what to do about this ailment? Soaps, teas, balms etc. anything that would work would be appreciated
AS WITHIN, SO WITHOUT! I WOULD SUGGEST SHE CLEANSES/DETOXIFY HER TEMPLE. SHE SHOULD PERFORM THE FULL BODY DETOX (SEE ARTICLE â€SEA SALT SOAKâ€ ON THE SITE) AND USE TEA TREE, NIAOULI, AND EUCALYPTUS OIL IN THE WATER. REMEMBER, AS WITHIN, SO WITHOUT, THE EXTERNAL REFLECTS THE INNER, I'LL BE DOING AN ARTICLE SOON ON LICE!