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How herbs can be used to relieve stress effects

How herbs can be used to relieve stress effects

Amazing Health Discoveries, Food And Nutrition, Health & Life, Health & Radiance/Beauty, Men's Health, Mental Health, Women's health
How Herbs Can Be Used to Stem the Effects of Stress           by Morgan Nwanguma Some group of herbs have been known to handle stress by elevating the body’s ability to cope with the day to day bombardments thereby making it possible for it to adapt to these pressures so that untold destruction is not wreaked on the body’s immune system. This group of herbs are known as adaptogens; they are nature’s miracle anti-stress and fatigue fighters. These herbs practically take care of your stress levels by fortifying your body and equipping it to deal with the impact of stressors. Experts say that stress is a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense; stress also comes along with it a breakdown of your immune system and so you really need to fortify your immunity. According to Don Colber
ANGER IS A THREAT TO YOUR HEART, WATCH IT

ANGER IS A THREAT TO YOUR HEART, WATCH IT

Amazing Health Discoveries, Health & Life, Mental Health
Intense Anger Increases Risk of Heart Attack Researchers at the University of Sydney found there is a two hour window following a burst of anger when the chance of having a heart attack spikes significantly. Some of the signs that anger has reached a dangerous level include a tensed-up body, clenched fists or teeth and ‘object throwing’, they said. Authors of the research also indicated that blood pressure reducing medication, like aspirin or beta-blockers prove beneficial. “Our findings confirm what has been suggested in prior studies and anecdotal evidence, even in films – that episodes of intense anger can act as a trigger for a heart attack,” said Dr. Thomas Buckley, lead author of the study from Sydney Nursing School, University of Sydney. “The data shows that the higher risk of a