Find out how a Natural Stress Reliever works to promote relaxation and mood balance
Day-to-day challenges, especially those we experience at work and at home, are a big source of stress. Finding a stress reliever that works is important for your Emotional and Occupational Wellness. Carrying work stress from the office to home and back to the office again can sometimes lead to feelings like these:
- Nervous tension, irritability and agitation
- Occasional anxiety and panic
- Depressed mood and mild to moderate mood changes
- Emotional and physical fatigue
- A lack of mental sharpness, focus and concentration
- Lowered immune system function
Home and work stress can have harmful effects on your personal as well as professional life, so finding a work stress reliever is important for overall health and well-being. Because people are looking for healthier forms of stress relief, finding a natural stress reliever has become more important to many people than ever before. If you’re looking for a natural work stress reliever, a wellness plan that includes herbs, vitamins and other important nutrients might be just what you need to help you feel better. Specific herbs work well to relieve stress, especially when used in combination with one another.
The key is to use these herbs in conjunction with healthy lifestyle choices. What are some other natural work stress relievers to promote a more balanced life? Surprisingly many have very little to do with work. Exercise is one of the best natural stress relievers available, so fitting in a little exercise before or after your work day can do a lot to alleviate stress. Also, quietly meditating at the end of your work day for just 5 minutes of peace and silence can be a great work stress reliever. Other work stress relievers include taking personal time when you finish a big project, taking your lunch hour to go for a walk outside or to get a massage, or putting parameters around your time at work so you don’t fall into the trap of overwork and overstress.
Herbs as a Natural Work Stress Reliever
If you’re looking for a combination of herbs to use as a natural stress reliever, whether it’s for stress at home or at the workplace, the following herbs are recommended because they are among the most recognized, researched and widely-used natural stress relievers:
- Rhodiola Rosea
Known for its broad spectrum of action to support the body during time of stress.
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Derived from a plant-based source, this nutrient acts as a precursor to the neurotransmitter Serotonin, which regulates mood balance.
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- St. Johns Wort
Clinically shown to be a Natural Reuptake Inhibitor (NRI), which helps to support a healthy neurotransmitter balance.
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- Valerian Root
Promotes relaxation to relieve nervousness, nervous tension and occasional anxiety.
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- Passion Flower
Naturally relieves occasional nervousness, anxiety and panic attacks.
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- Winter Cherry
Provides anxiety relief and helps to reduce other occasional emotional stress responses.
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Supports positive mood balance when taken as a dietary supplement.
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When combined with vitamins such as the B-vitamin complex and vitamin C, these natural stress relievers strengthen the body’s response to stress, lessening feelings of occasional anxiety, mild to moderate mood changes and a depressed mood caused by everyday home and work stress. Adding multiple herbs to your wellness plan (e.g., Rhodiola Rosea for healthy emotional and neurological function, 5-HTP to support a healthy neurotransmitter balance, SJW for relaxation and positive mood balance, Valerian Root for relaxation, Passion Flower for relaxation, Winter Cherry for relaxation and stress relief, SAM-e for positive mood balance) provides a broad spectrum of action that is more effective than dietary supplementation with a single-herb/nutrient preparation taken alone. To learn more about ClarocetNRI, a nutritional-herbal complex that combines a precise blend of natural stress relievers in an Immediate Response™ capsule, visit the ClarocetNRI product homepage.
A natural stress reliever is not a replacement for healthy lifestyle choices and the advice of a professional healthcare provider. Natural stress relievers are not approved by the FDA to treat or cure a disease or disorder. Make sure to discuss all of your wellness concerns with your healthcare professional.
When used as part of a complete wellness plan, a natural stress reliever can be one step toward a more balanced life. A wellness plan that focuses on the 7 Aspects of Wellness™ is an integral part of any stress relief program. What are the 7 Aspects of Wellness™? They are important life areas that include Emotional, Physical, Intellectual, Social, Occupational, Spiritual, and Environmental aspect. Click here to discover how to combine ClarocetNRI, a natural stress reliever, with a wellness plan that focuses on the 7 Aspects of Wellness™.
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Emotional Wellness Resources on the Web:
123 Feel Better Life Change System [123FeelBetter.net]
The Wellness Channel [TheWellnessChannel.us]
Health and Wellness Articles, Tips and Resources [InsightJournal.com]
Herbs and Vitamins for Anxiety [InsightJournal.com]
Alternative Medicines That Can Help [TheHealthCenter.info]
Anxiety Resource Center [InsightJournal.com]
Stress Resource Center [InsightJournal.com]
Depression Resource Center [InsightJournal.com]
Social Anxiety Guide to Emotional Wellness [NCHW]