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Chronic anxiety and stress attacks are debilitating but yoga can help. If you are currently living with anxiety that exists daily, know that there is a way to manage it holistically. The symptoms of chronic anxiety directly affect your mind and body. It’s challenging to be mindful and experience any semblance of well-being.
As any sufferer knows, stress and anxiety can have a devastating effect on your life. For some people, it affects them so severely that they are left feeling like they are unable to face the world or cope with normal everyday life.
For some, minimalism evokes thoughts of selling off all your worldly goods and moving to live in a log cabin in the middle of nowhere. For others, they imagine a twenty-something hipster living in a micro apartment with bare walls, empty cupboards and little in the way of home comforts.
It seems counterintuitive to be stressed out on vacation, but unfortunately, it happens a lot. In our normal routines, we eat well, exercise and go to sleep at consistent times each night. On vacation, we eat much later than we usually would, don’t pay as much attention to exercising or sleep and may be in extremely close proximity with stress-inducing family members. This is not a recipe for being your most relaxed self.
Ayurvedic Medicine, referred to as Ayurveda, is one of the most ancient medical practices in the world, dating back almost 3,000 years ago. Originating in India, Ayurveda incorporates knowledge of the body’s composition and interconnections and combines it with natural, holistic treatments including the use of various herbs, exercise, and diet changes.
Tea is the world’s most popular drink, on any given day over 159 million Americans alone are drinking tea. Whether you like to enjoy it served hot or cold over ice, tea is a delicious and refreshing beverage that can be enjoyed all year round. But are you also aware of the many benefits it can have on your health?
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