It really depends on your individual neurochemistry. Overall, glycine is a great product for almost all neurotypes because of the several benefits it promotes. However, the 2B is better of without because it has the opposite effect with them.
Use Taurine sparingly, not all the time. Otherwise you may build up a tolerance and it won’t be as effective. I’d suggest you use it at times when you’re really stressed out. For example taurine can be very effective if taken intra-workout to decrease adrenaline output during a session where increasing strength is your main focus. Think high neurological activation, heavy lifting, complex lifts stuff. A good time to take taurine would be after your main lift of the session. It can also be used effectively during a high volume, hypertrophy focused workout. Play around with 1-2 grams and find your ideal portion.
Yes, definitely check it out and while you’re at it, look into ‘sleep smarter’ from shawn stevenson (for additional practical tips) and ‘why we sleep’ from matthew walker (if you want to understand the mechanisms behind sleep better).
It’s very good that you are already aware of how your thoughts influence your daily behavior and emotions. If you are constantly worrying, experiencing mood swings and negative, toxic thoughts, these things can really start to materialize and take over your reality. Even when objectively speaking everything’s going absolutely fine in your life. So you really need to pay attention to not let yourself be drawn into these imaginary realities your brain constructs in order to protect you from harm… if that makes sense.
For resources on dialing in training, food and sleep with anxiety check my previous posts as there’s no added benefit to repeat all of this information.
For more psychological resources to help you deal with anxiety, there are several strategies you can try out for yourself. I personally like to use science as a first hand tool to help me deal with my own issues. Something I found to be really helpful was the ABC destress protocol, developed by a Belgian woman called Marina Riemslagh.
The protocol is really simple, time sparing and, if you do it right, very effective at decreasing your stress response. Plus it’s backed by scientific research that is represented in her book: how to destress yourself in less than 5 minutes. The english version will come out somehere in 2021.
However she does have a website (live the connection) on which you can find several free videos and workshops on how to use the ABC- method. If you are intrigued, I definitely recommend it because there’s real science to it, not just personal bias and spirituality (I respectfully like to point out that there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that and I have nothing against people who use their spirituality for guidance. Everyone needs to find or has their own way of dealing with stress/anxiety and I respect that).