NATURAL REMEDIES FOR STRESS | HERBAL GOODNESS
Funny feeling, stress.
It can be caused by literally anything.
Money, work, body image, a romantic date, friends, health, aging, impending news (good or bad); even a weekend coming to a close and the specter of a long week at work starts dawning on you.
It’s a normal reaction to different situations or events in our lives. Unless, of course, it develops into stress.
A whopping number of people suffer from stress disorder each year (40 million in the U.S. alone). About half do not get treatment, and for those that do, most are under stress med prescriptions.
But did you know that there are natural remedies to help reduce stress that are highly effective?
Here are delightful suggestions to help you alleviate some of the discomfort associated with feelings of stress.
Anyone who has tried chamomile tea before bedtime will admit it is calming and does help one sleep better.
Chamomile is a natural herb that is soothing and a great way to help reduce stress. It basically works by naturally binding to your brain receptors.
Available in many forms, we recommend drinking it as a soothing tea. If you’re not a fan of herbal beverages, then probably it’s better to consider alternative natural remedies for stress.
Graviola is a fairly new entrant in the health supplement field, more significantly Western cultures.
The tropical plant has been a staple in Central and South America for centuries as helping to alleviate a range of symptoms associated with indigestion and discomfort.
But what else made Graviola a favorite among ancient civilizations was its famed sedative attributes, which can be traced to its rich concentration of tryptophan, a compound with the ability to boost mood and promote sound sleep.
Tryptophan is highest in the leaves and bark of the plant, so consuming extracts or teas made from such organic components is a great natural way to promote positive thoughts and feelings.