Whilst some stress is good and can help us feel motivated, accomplish tasks and embrace the daily challenges we face, too much stress can negatively affect your body.
People are affected by stress differently, but recognising signs of stress and being mindful of how to cope will improve overall quality of life. There are a number of practises and habits you can incorporate into your life to keep the inner you calm and relaxed. These can include:
Chinese herbal teas
A particular group of herbs commonly used within Chinese herbal medicine are “adaptogens”. They are thought to be perfectly suited to reducing stress and offering a sense of calm. During emotional, physical and environmental stress, the liver is at the root of the effect. Drinking detoxifying teas is a good way to promote healthy digestion.
Dandelion is another common stress-relief tea. A plant known for its persistent survival, strength and energy, it is the perfect match for...