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How To Reduce Anxiety with Herbal Remedies

By Edited Jul 28, 2016 0 0

To reduce anxiety with herbal remedies, there are a variety of different herbs and natural treatments that you can try. Note that you will want to speak to your doctor before starting any new self care regimen, and this includes herbal remedies. After all, just because herbal remedies are all natural, they can still cause side effects in some individuals. That said, read on to learn more about which herbal remedies are known reduce anxiety.

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The herbal remedies discussed in this article include chamomile tea, valerian, gingko biloba, ginseng, fennel and feverfew.

Step 1

Chamomile tea is among the most pleasant smelling and tasting herbal remedies known to reduce anxiety and calm nerves. It is widely available not only in health food stores but also at most grocery stores.

Step 2

Valerian is an herbal remedy that many people take to reduce anxiety and stress and also to help them fall asleep if they suffer from insomnia. It is considered quite safe when taken as recommended. Most people take it right before they go to bed because it does not only calm you down; it makes you quite sleepy as well. Most people do not care for the potent taste, so rather than consuming it in tea form, they take it in capsule or pill form.

Step 3

Gingko biloba, an herbal remedy known for increasing mental sharpness and improving memory can also have a calming effect on some anxious people and a mood lifting effect on people who feel depressed.

Step 4

Ginseng is another effective herbal mood booster helpful for those who want to alleviate depression and reduce anxiety.

Step 5

Additional herbal remedies to reduce anxiety include fennel, which not only reduces anxiety but also helps with the digestive problems that so many people experience when they feel anxious. It helps reduce bloating and stomach pain and is best prepared as a tea.

Step 6

Feverfew is perhaps most famous for relieving headaches (including migraine headaches), but it is also among the herbal remedies known to reduce anxiety and stress symptoms.

In conclusion, natural remedies can be useful alternatives for many people. Be careful, however, and try to be aware if you have any allergies.

Tips & Warnings

Don't take any of these herbal remedies and just assume that you will automatically be able to reduce anxiety right away. These natural treatments need to be combined with appropriate lifestyle changes for them to work to their full potential in your body, mind and spirit. In other words, herbal remedies to reduce anxiety need to be used in conjunction with proven stress reduction techniques such as meditation, Yoga, visualization and deep breathing exercises.

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