According to the American Institute of Stress in Yonkers, NY, more than 40% of Americans are affected by stress, with a heavy toll on their professional and personal life. Fortunately, there are not only chemical drugs available with debilitating side effects to relieve stress, but natural remedies as well. Read on to learn more about.
Charles Levan from Corvallis, OR, asks:
My life (job, family, etc.) is pretty stressful right now, without a chance of lifestyle changes right now. On the other hand, the pills I swallow every day on prescription of my doctor, seem useless. Anything else you can recommend?
As reported by the American Institute of Stress in Yonkers, NY, more than 40% of Americans are affected by stress, with a heavy toll on their professional and personal life. With special reference to different health problems, as scientifically validated by, inter alia, Harvard Medical School and the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD.
Natural Remedies for Stress Relief
Fortunately, to relieve stress you are not dependent on synthetic drugs with debilitating side effects. Rather, there are many natural alternatives available. Inter alia,
One of probably most powerful natural remedy to relieve stress, known for more than 3000 years in Indian Ayurvedic Medicine, is
according to research at the University of Michigan and CSM Medical University in India. With a recommended daily dosage of 2 times 500 mg.
As another recommended herb
An arctic root from originally Siberia, has great reputation to ward off stress, anxiety, and depression, according to research at the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University. With a recommended daily dosage of up to 300 mg.
also from Siberia, supports the body to resist stress, according to research at the University of Massachuesetts in Amherst, MA. With a recommended dosage of up to 500 mg twice daily.
Also helpful, according to the Human Cognitive Neuroscience Unit at the University of Northumbria in the United Kingdom may be
with its calming effect by boosting the relaxation-inducing neurotransmitter GABA (Gammaaminobutyric Acid), and for better accuracy of attention. With a recommended daily dosage of up to 1,600 mg.
When talking about nutrients for stress relieve, we should also consider one specific herb
the yellow pigment in the root of the Turmeric plant which is used in Indian natural medicine (Ayurveda) since thousands of years. Scientifically validated, inter alia, at the the University of Colorado, the Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, and Selcuk University in Turkey, etc.
Another 14 natural remedies and modalities (for any kind of stress relief, not only cancer-related) you find in the book Manage Cancer Treatment Side Effects Naturally.
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