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Get rid of stress

Are you experiencing more stress during this period? Does this affect your sleep and generally make you feel bad? Why is a certain amount of stress desirable and long-term stress very harmful?

What is stress?

Stress is the body’s response to any events that threaten or “derail” us. When we perceive danger, the body automatically responds and prepares to face the danger, which we call the stress response. In the past the term “escape or fight” was used as a stress respond, but in modern times we are talking more about mental forms of stress.

The purpose of a stress response is to protect us from dangers. Under normal circumstances, it helps us cope with obligations successfully (e.g., motivation to learn for an exam, focus on difficult tasks, etc.), but daily exposure to too much stress is dangerous to our health.

Signs of too much stress

Signs of stress can be cognitive (problems with memory and concentration), emotional (irritability and depression), physical (pain, constipation or diarrhoea, nausea, weakened immune system), behavioural (decreased/increased appetite, lack/too much sleep, nervous habits)…

How to manage stress?

It is important to be aware of stress and know how to manage it. We can use a variety of relaxation techniques, such as yoga, regular exercise, adequate sleep and a healthy diet. We can also help ourselves with dietary supplements, such as ashwagandha which has a proven anti-stress effect.

What is Ashwagandha and how to use it?

Ashwagandha is an herb that originates from India and has exceptional anti-stress properties, thus is used in traditional medicine to treat depression and anxiety. Various studies have confirmed the effective anti-stress action of ashwagandha.

Besides, ashwagandha has antioxidant effects and promotes the ability to remember and learn.

Dosage: Stir 1 teaspoon (3 g) of ashwagandha per day into your favourite beverage, smoothie or yogurt.

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