Natural health expert Becky Chambers is back talking about her new book Whole Body Vibration for Mental Health: Natural Methods for finding peace Amid Chaos.
Due to COVID and being shut-down and shut-in, mental health has become a national cause of concern. No age group is escaping changes in their brain chemistry which in turn affects their daily lives. Some folks are depressed and seeking some type of therapy, and others know that there is something “wrong,” however are afraid to seek help.
Symptoms of poor mental health
- More than usual anxiety
- Unexplained anger
- Increased irritability
- No longer engaging in daily hygiene
- Feeling lost with no energy to do anything
If you are experiencing a drastic change in your emotional state please seek out professional help. This book is very timely – These are such stressful times – it is about how Whole Body Vibration can help your mental state, but also how to build yourself a whole program of natural health methods to raise serotonin and other feel-good neurotransmitters that are so critical to proper brain functioning.
We talk about
- Nutrition and whole body vibration
- How to raise your serotonin levels to feel better
- Gut health is imperative for good health
- Nutritional supplements to assist mental health
- Mental and emotional stressors
- Eat potatoes is mentally unbalanced
- The meditation and love connection
Becky Chambers is a natural health practitioner, teacher, author, and the president and owner of Vibrant Health, where she specializes in the booming exercise and therapeutic system of Whole Body Vibration, and homeopathy. She is a world expert in whole-body vibration with twenty years of experience, and the author of the best-selling book on the subject since it was first published in 2013, Whole Body Vibration: The Future of Good Health. She has written three other books on Whole Body Vibration, including her latest book, Whole Body Vibration For Mental Health. Becky has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Massachusetts, a master’s in education from Lesley College, and a graduate degree in natural health from Clayton College of Natural Health.