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8 Drinks That Keep Stress At Bay

Now we are in that part of the year where fun abounds. But, it usually is tailed around by a wagon load of stress. With so much excess energy spent on hosting parties that leave people open-mouthed, sometimes our stress levels shoot up. The added responsibility of maintaining proper decorum among your peers and relatives doesn’t help either. And what’s more, the sugary, boozy beverages which give us company throughout the holiday season, relentlessly saps our vitality, leaving us with very less energy to deal with the stress. So, here we are with eight beverages that are well known for their relaxing and de-stressing nature.

Milk

Milk is an essential part of everyone’s diet, owing to the wide variety of nutrients in it. But, it also serves to help with one’s stress levels. The calcium and magnesium present in it help to lower the blood pressure. Milk also contains an amino acid named tryptophan that is converted to serotonin in our body. Serotonin aids in improving your mood and relaxes the mind. What could one want more than a cup of milk before bed that leaves you in pure bliss?

Black Tea

Studies have shown that consumption of black tea for 6 weeks can help you deal with post-stress cortisol levels. Decaf gives us even better results.

Water

Water is vital for the proper functioning of our body. But, it also augments our sense of well-being by releasing endorphins that improve our mood. Staying hydrated is one of the key tactics to stay stress-free always.  Take in as much water as you can throughout the day to have a peaceful night.

Cherry Juice

Like the above beverages, cherry juice also can help you to deal with your stress levels. An ounce of cherry juice twice a day can help you if you are looking for a peaceful slumber through the night after a day of taxing work.

Green Tea

Green tea not only helps you in handling your stress levels and reducing your anxiety, but it also aids in your weight loss process.

Fresh Vegetable Juice

We can imagine you cringing at the name! It seems not only children, but a majority of the adults too have an aversion to vegetable juices, even though they are extremely beneficial. They are a rich calcium and magnesium source that helps to lower your blood pressure. They also have a very high Vitamin C which enhances our body’s ability to deal with stress. Just don’t avoid them because of their taste.

Valerian

Most of you wouldn’t even have heard of this name. It is a popular medicinal herb that is often found in tea blends. It is well-known for its capabilities of reducing your nervousness and anxiety. It is also a perfect drink for those who are suffering from sleepless nights because it is quite popular for its ability to deal with insomnia.

Chamomile Tea

When you are highly wound up and are in need of immediate loosening up, you might want to chug some Chamomile tea. You will feel the immediate relief it offers you. It has glycine, another amino acid, which is also infamous for its relaxing properties

Holidays are meant to be enjoyed and staying anxious and stressed throughout the season is not want anyone wants. Make sure you take in some of the above-mentioned drinks so that you can be in control of your stress levels at all times.

Also Read: 10 FOODS TO EAT AND AVOID ON AN EMPTY STOMACH

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