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Anxiety, a common emotion, makes someone feel anxious, stressed or uncomfortable. Sometimes a person may feel anxious for no reason.

By Kyle 07.11.2022

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Anxiety affects the way our bodies react to stressful triggers the way our brain copes with low levels of serotonin.

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Either way, feeling upset and on edge is not a pleasant experience.

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Dimple Jangra, founder of Pran Healthcare and Ayurveda Academy, recently shared a list of Ayurvedic remedies for anxiety.

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Oil. Her post says that gentle but consistent oil use stimulates healthy blood circulation to the brain and pituitary gland.

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Ashwagandha is a plant that is useful for reducing anxiety.

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Brahmi is another plant that has been associated with reducing anxiety. 

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It helps in reducing the level of cortisol (stress hormone) in your body. It also improves concentration and regenerates brain cells.

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Sitting in a camel pose can also help relieve stress. Dealing with anxiety is always a difficult task,

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self-care methods and habits can reduce the intensity of your sadness.

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Herbs like Mandukaparni, Brahmi, Ashwagandha, Yashtimadhu, Jatamasi and Amla have been found to reduce anxiety and relax the body and mind.

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 If you are having trouble sleeping, try massaging your feet with Kshirbala Thilam. It will help you fall asleep faster; 

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Herbal remedies like Manasmitravattakam have helped people achieve peace of mind,” says Dr. Archana Sukumaran, an Ayurvedic practitioner from Kerala Ayurveda.

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Ayurveda believes in the concept of mind and body being intertwined

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what affects your mind affects your body and vice versa. Taking care of your mind is as important as taking care of your body.

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Remember to create a self-care routine with the things that work for you, and take the time to do them.

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