Being Resilient

What does being RESILIENT mean?

It is the ability to cope with stress, challenges, and adversity and bounce back from difficult experiences. It involves adapting to change, overcoming obstacles, and persevering through difficult situations.

It is important to note that resilience is not something that is innate to certain individuals, but rather a skill that can be developed and strengthened over time.

When you are physically healthy, you have more energy and stamina to deal with challenges and stressors. Regular exercise, healthy eating, and getting enough sleep are all important for maintaining physical health.

In addition to physical health, mental and emotional health are also important for resilience. Taking care of your mental health can help you develop coping skills and strategies that can help you deal with stress and adversity.

Feeling poorly can make it more difficult to maintain a healthy mindset. Physical illness, chronic pain, and other health issues can all take a toll on your mental and emotional wellbeing, making it harder to cope.

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that plays an important role in maintaining overall health and wellbeing. It is important for bone health, immune system function, and the regulation of mood and energy levels.

Some studies have suggested that vitamin D may also be linked to resilience. One study, for example, found that individuals with higher levels of vitamin D were less likely to experience symptoms of depression and anxiety, which are often associated with lower resilience.

Additionally, vitamin D has been shown to play a role in the regulation of the stress hormone cortisol, which can have a significant impact on resilience. Cortisol is released in response to stress and is involved in the body's stress response system. Chronically elevated levels of cortisol can have negative effects on mental and physical health and can make it more difficult to cope with stress.

By supporting healthy cortisol regulation and promoting good mental and physical health, vitamin D may help to promote resilience.

In the UK, we are meant to get most of our Vitamin D between April – September but personally so far I have not wanted to sit outside without a jumper on and I mostly wear sunblock on my face so my Vitamin D production from the sun is low right now.  That Is why I take I AM RESILIENT most days. I AM RESILIENT has 30ug of Vitamin D which is 1200 IU, a 600% NRV.

I haven’t wanted to say this out loud because I’m a little superstitious but I’m touching wood as I say it.  Since I have been taking Phyto Nectars sachets (July), I haven’t had one cold.  My family have had at least three since July, but I have been well.  It’s not that I don’t share, they are just not as committed to their supplements as I am.

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