Unfortunately you seem to have been caught up in our global retrace where expectations are great, ambitions are high and the pressure to perform is even higher. This path of expectation that we put our self on is often unrealistic. Make no mistake, that this stress is taking its toll on you and it is impacting your memory. Fortunately, however, you can take very constructive steps to reverse this. First, the focus or goal in life must change. If your destination goal changes, your path changes and your priorities change. Reconsider a goal to include a more holistic well picture of yourself making time for your physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Re look at your work demands. Are you putting yourself under too much pressure. If this cannot be changed then take all the necessary steps to help you cope. Prioritize and delegate where possible. Don’t take everything on your shoulders. Physically- exercise, have a good diet in place, make sure you are getting plenty of sleep. Maintain healthy relationships. Meditate and pray.
I know all of the above seems easier said then done but try, try and try again. It will be worth it . The products you are using will deal with short term energy. I would recommend Klamath’s Blue-Green Algae. Solal Stress Damage control will be excellent for you as it prevents excessive cortisol and adrenaline production. It protects the heart and brain helping to prevent symptoms such as poor memory. It contains two important herbs – Rhodiola and Ashwaganda. These are adaptogenic herbs that help your body adapt during stressful times. It will help you feel less stressed and will give you greater mental alertness. Other basic supplements would be a good B complex and omega 3 essential fatty acids. For further advice on suitable products please feel free to visit me at The Natural Medicine Dispensary. Kind regards. Reena