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Can seaweed relieve stress

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Dr. Ray Holt
Dr. Ray Holtanswered
Family Medicine 29 years experience
Well...: Only if you're swimming in a nice ocean beach with it.
Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry 43 years experience
Not by itself: Seaweed can be very nutritious. Kelp, for instance, is a source of vitamins a, b1, b2, c, d and e, plus amino acids. (it can also be very salty though). Other kinds have good minerals. Nori has calcium for your bones, iron, and iodine for thyroid. Magnesium is in others, and this can be a calming mineral. A therapist can help you learn about & deal with your individual stresses.

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What can I do to relieve stress?

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Stress: Exercise, listen to music, take a class at the gym for something you've never done before, go to a yoga class, learn to meditate, have candles burning with scents that you like. Think of your senses of sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch and try to do something to enhance those senses.

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