Relieving Yourself of Stress Using Natural Herbal Remedies

by on Jun.03, 2013, under Journal

Stressed? You’re not the only one. A lot of people experience it too. Stress is something each and every one of us feel. Some of us feel it more intensely and more often than others do. The bad news is that there is no such thing as a universal cure for stress. What works for someone you know may not work for you. However, you’ll find many approaches to stress management exist so there’s no reason to feel discouraged. Many people manage their stress with the help of medication. For others, herbal and natural remedies are what do the trick. Give the following natural and herbal stress remedies a try.

Get rid of your stress with the help of peppermint. So yes, the teas and mints you drink help a great deal with stress relief. Peppermint is also well known for helping to soothe upset stomachs and other aches and pains you might be feeling. An effective way of combating stress is to drink a cup of peppermint tea nightly before bedtime. You’ll be able to de-stress and sleep well.

Kava is an herb that can help in relieving stress. It’s got properties that help fight stress. As a natural stress fighter, kava simultaneously relaxes the muscles and energizes the mind. However, take care not to use kava too much. According to the USDA, many people have reported developing problems after taking kava on a regular basis. It’s best if you speak with your doctor to find out if kava is safe for you to take.

Your doctor will be able to help you figure out not just whether or not you should use it but how much you should use.

Try eating celery. When you were younger, remember eating celery sticks covered with peanut butter? Why don’t you have some of those now? Peanut butter is a good source of protein, which the body needs. The celery is known for its ability to help you better cope with stress. The secret is in the pthalides found in celery. These have a sedative property.

Everybody who feels stress wants to find a way to get rid of it. There’s a good chance, though, that the method others used to relieve their stress isn’t going to work for you. Still, you’ve got a lot of ways available to help you manage stress. Take the time to try them out to see which one brings the best results. We have mentioned a few of those ways in this article so start there.

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