Anxiety and Stress

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How To Calm Anxiety with These Herbal Remedies

Being an emotional empath opens you up to experience the world in ways many people do not. You feel things intensely, you dive deep into the hues and colors of emotion, love, and passion. But, while you experience the highs of life for all they are, being an empath means you also feel the lows deeply, as well. In a world that is becoming increasingly more hectic, it can be tough to manage anxiety. If you add feeling and experiencing other’s emotions and anxiety incredibly deeply, too, being an empath can feel overwhelming, especially when you are dealing with other strong feelings. Happily, there are some natural herbs to help remedy and soothe the anxious empathy inside of you. Why Choose Herbal Remedies? Choosing herbs to help remedy your...

15 Natural Remedies to Alleviate Stress During the Holidays

15 Natural Remedies to Alleviate Stress During the Holidays

In this article, you'll learn and discover 15 natural remedies to alleviate stress during the holidays. Relaxing supplements and Herbs Supplements don’t have to be taken in a pill form, you can use a diffuser, teas, bath salts, lotions, and body scrubs. Some of my favorites for relaxation and stress are: Lavenders Passionflower Chamomile Rosemary Eucalyptus Spearmint Stress Related Problems  and Solutions Insomnia Magnesium: Magnesium, Sleep, and Mental Health. Magnesium is well known for its ability to relieve insomnia. One study found that it helps decrease cortisol, the “stress hormone” that can keep you up at night. It also helps muscles relax, to give you that calm “sleepy” feeling and help you unwind after a long day. Melatonin: Melatonin is meant to reset the body's internal clock — for example, it's...

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4 Mood-Boosting Exercises to Beat Anxiety

It’s not always easy to get yourself out of an anxiety spell, especially when the weather outside is cold and damp. But you if you can, take a few seconds to stand up and breathe through your nose. Count one to five. Hold your breath for another round of five. Then slowly release and exhale all the negative emotions you’re holding in. If that doesn’t work, then you need a plan. It turns out that just mapping out things that you can do for the day can help you tap your energy reserves, chase down your blues and put them to work instead. By the end of the day, once you’ve checked off most of the items on your list, you’d feel more accomplished, different from...