Chinese herbs help combat stress. Chinese herbs are a natural way to strengthen the internal organs, calm the nervous system, relax the muscles and free the mind to be more productive.
Chinese herbs provide an extra boost from adaptogens. Adaptogens are natural substances that assist the body’s ability to handle stress without any adverse affects, and adaptogenic herbs strengthen the internal organs so you are more resilient when faced with stress.
Brain fog, or the inability to focus, is one of the most common complaints I hear, and is so often caused by stress. With so many demands on our time throughout a single day, we are asked to make choices and this is often overwhelming. The result is our core energy to get up and going gets chipped away without notice until we’re sick.
Stress contributes to chronic disease, and some of the physical manifestations of stress can be high blood pressure, palpitations, headaches, dizziness, insomnia, fatigue and chest pain. Depression, anxiety, irritability, worry, and sadness are some of the emotional expressions of stress.
We all deal with stress differently. Becoming aware of it in real time and limiting its escalation through rational counter-thought, regular exercise, quality nutrition, quality sleep, and daily habits such as meditation for a few minutes, reading a book, or drawing are a few ways to keep stress in check. Chinese herbs that combat stress in addition to acupuncture are safe, natural ways to bring you back to a more peaceful and clear frame of mind, body, and emotions.
Let’s face it: stress is going to happen most every day. Some of us are wired to be more reactive, so learning how to be responsive is a big shift in consciousness, and it’s an achievable one. The goal is to reclaim the energy that becomes dissipated managing all the stressful things we experience so we have renewed vigor for life on our terms. Getting a little help on the way is something acupuncture and Chinese herbs can offer as a long term solution.
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