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Do you feel restlessness and nervousness in your mind all the time? Eat these 2 herbs, your bad mood will change immediately

Much of our lives today are driven by stress, negativity and confusing thoughts. A sudden increase in heartbeat, difficulty in concentrating on any task, feeling lethargic all the time and a constant feeling of tiredness that tingles down our spine are nothing but symptoms of stress and anxiety.

While there are many ways to control them, Ayurveda has emerged as an ideal way to achieve harmony between both mind and body. Krishna Herbal and Ayurveda Expert Dr. Pradeep Srivastava has told some ways by which you can get rid of unnecessary worries and nervousness.

These 2 herbs control stress and anxiety

Ashwagandha for anxiety

This particularly effective herb is used extensively in Ayurvedic medicines and can control and provide relief from stress. It is particularly capable of treating a mental condition called agoraphobia, which is a condition of anxiety that occurs in crowded places. Additionally, it can help reduce other symptoms such as nervousness, sweating, trembling, rapid heartbeat, etc. A recent study showed that people who consumed ashwagandha twice daily saw a significant 44% reduction in their stress scores.

Shilajit increases your happy hormones


This potent, Ayurvedic herb contains a fundamental active ingredient called fulvic acid which is a major source of antioxidants. It is also believed to have many other health benefits, including reducing stress and anxiety. It works by increasing the production of serotonin (a hormone that helps regulate mood). Additionally, Shilajit has been found to be useful in helping balance hormones which can reduce anxiety and stress related problems in women. Consuming this herb regularly can help reduce fatigue and experience better sleep.

You can take help of Shirodhara Panchakarma treatment


The word ‘Shirodhara’ originates from Sanskrit where ‘Shiro’ means head and ‘Dhara’ means flow. It is a deeply relaxing Ayurvedic treatment technique that involves pouring warm liquids on the forehead. The hot fluid usually includes oil, buttermilk or water. This often involves massaging the body, scalp or head simultaneously. This soothing technique has been used for centuries to calm the mind, release stress, and enhance long-term relaxation.

Yoga and Pranayam


Through regular yoga practice, people can develop body and mind awareness, learn to follow and control their breath, and release physical and mental stress. In particular, practices such as hatha yoga, restorative yoga, and yin yoga are beneficial for calming the nervous system and increasing relaxation habits.

Through pranayama, or breath control techniques, yoga becomes even more effective in reducing stress and increasing emotional balance. Techniques such as deep belly breathing, alternate-nostril breathing and Ujjayi breathing can help calm the mind, calm the nervous system and increase a sense of inner peace.

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