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5 De-stressing Teas


Stress is a very common issue because of today’s hectic schedules and busy life. Many people suffering with stress issues do not have time for regular exercise, relaxation techniques, enough sleep and to consult a mental health professional. De-stressing tea can help you here.

De-stressing teas are proven to be effective to deal with stress. De-stressing teas have some properties which can tame the stress and anxiety. Many scientific studies show that these teas can target stress and depression on a chemical level. 

Below I have enlisted top 5 de-stressing (herbal) teas which are highly effective

Green tea: 

Green tea

It is a most well researched tea. Green tea offers numerous health benefits.  It contains a natural amino acid (theanine) that encourages relaxation and help with various mental health issues. Research reveals that theanine can help enhance brain function, lift mood and generate a natural peaceful effect.  Green tea directly works on the nervous system to promote relaxation. You can take 1-2 cups daily. 

Chamomile tea: 

A study shows that chamomile tea can boost daytime functioning in insomnia sufferers. It contains apigenin, an antioxidant that precisely targets brain receptors and neurotransmitters to encourage relaxation. It can also help you get a good sleep. To experience the best effects of chamomile tea you should use it as bedtime tea. Have a cup daily before you go to your bed. 

Catnip tea

Catnip tea

Catnip possesses calming properties which help promote relaxation. It is best to deal with stress, anxiety and insomnia. The considerable benefit of catnip tea is its soothing effect on the body. Catnip contains nepetalactone that increase relaxation, boost mood, and curtail nervousness and anxiety. You can take 1 cup of catnip tea daily. Catnip can be harmful if you take more than 2 cups a day. Overdose may cause headache and drowsiness. 

Rosemary tea

Rosemary tea

Rosemary tea can help reinforce the brain health and concentration by exciting brain activity. It works great for people suffering with stress, anxiety, depression. It has soothing and relaxation characters. It can lower the stress hormones. Its anesthetic properties help comforting nerves and stress. Carnosic acid found in rosemary tea can prevent the damage by free radicals in the brain and prevent brain aging. Large doses can cause side effects including vomiting, nausea and spasms.

Oat Straw tea

Oat straw tea

Oat straw tea is a natural energy promoter. It can significantly alleviate chronic stress, anxiety and insomnia.  It calms and reinforce the nervous system, relives stress, calms emotions, reduce depression, improves attention span, encourage good sleep and help you link with yourself more easily. You can take 1-3 cups daily. It has no side effects or drug interpalys.

De-stressing teas cannot be considered as a cure for stress and related issues but these can significantly relieve the symptoms. These teas offer natural relaxation effect and make you feel stress free. If you don’t have time for other stress releasing tasks then you can safely consider de-stressing teas for a better relaxation. 

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