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A Natural Ayurvedic Herbal Dietary Supplement to Support Reduction of Stress, Anger, Impatience, Depression, Restlessness, etc.
Numbers underlined are thoseproducts which can be taken in addition for that symptom.
anger management, relief and control
better mental peace
Increases Hemoglobin, red blood cells
better mental health
cruel intentions reduction
sleeplessness caused from excess body heat or anger
heat exhaustion reduction
drug addiction control
STRESS QR CAPSULES
Stress, Tiredness, High Blood Pressure, Heart Beat Controller, Mental Fatigue, Insomnia, Mentally Retarded, Tension, Anxiety and Fatigue.
Adults: 1-2 Capsules twice or thrice a day with water or as directed by the physician.
Children: 1 Capsules twice a day with water or as directed by the physician.
Strip of 5X10 capsules
Composition: Each Capsules Contains:
Kesar (Crocus Sativus/Saffron) 5mg.
Jyotishmati (Celastrus Paniculatus) 15mg.
Moti (Pinctada Margaritifera)
Chotachand (Ranwolfia Serpentina)
Ajowain Khurasani (Hyosyamus Niger) 5mg.
Aam (Mangifera Indica)
Kahu (Lactuca Scariola)
Shud Shilajeet (Asphaltum Punjabinum)
Ilechi (Elettaria Cardamomum)
Jatamansi (Narbostachys Jatamansi) 40mg.
Gul Chandni (Gul Chandni) 10mg.
Arjun (Arjuna Myro Balan) 30mg.
Champa (Michelia Champaca) 10mg.
Gajwan (Onosma Bracteatum)
Taj (Cinnamomum Cassia) 10mg.
Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera)
Safed Musli (Asparapus Adscendens) 10mg.
Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri) 50mg.
Bach (Acoras Clammus) 15mg.
Shankpushpi (Convolvulus Pluricaulis) 50mg.
helps to awaken the crown chakra and balance the right and left hemispheres of the brain. Ayurvedic Brahmi Rasayana is also excellent to take before meditation just like the Vacha or Shankapushpi Rasayanas. It helps support the increase of cerebral blood circulation. It helps counteract blood and liver impurities and excess bile secretions and acid indigestion. Can be used continuously throughout life to help control stress.
is the most important rejuvenative herb in Ayurveda. It is the main revitalizing herb for the nervous system and brain. Gotu Kola increases intelligence, longevity, memory, youthfulness and calms the nerves. It strengthens the immune system and adrenal glands.
The most common problem that about 60% of the total worlds population is facing is stress. The stress is the biggest problem of this IT age. Now days every one is involved in stress by some or the other way. Even the school going children are not left out of this. We can very easily notice that every person is so much involved with the peculiarities of the fast life style. This is why by any means the stress is not rules out from all aspects of the life. Commonly people use to fight stress in their own way.
Medically, it has been established that chronic symptoms of anxiety and stress can crumble our body`s immune system. Irrespective of the nature of the causes of stress-real or perceived-our subconscious mind reacts with the same body response by releasing stress hormones equal to the degree of our fear, worry or sense of threat. It brings about changes in the body`s biochemical state with extra epinephrine and other adrenal steroids such as hydrocortisone in the bloodstream. It also induces increased palpitation and blood pressure in the body with mental manifestations such as anger, fear, worry or aggression. In short,stress creates anomalies in our body`s homeostasis. When the extra chemicals in our bloodstream don`t get used up or the stress situation persists, it makes our body prone to mental and physical illnesses.
For example, imagine a secretary in an office. Her boss comes in, angry and furious. He starts blasting the secretary for no apparent reasons. Now, her activated adrenaline cycle would tell her to flee or fight. Her senses become acute, muscles tighten, heartbeats and blood pressure increase and brain activity speeds up. She would probably like to walk out or alternatively, turn around and punch him in the face. But she does neither, for to do so might mean losing her job. So what follows? She burns up a lot of her body energy without achieving anything. At the end of the day she would be left mentally, physically and emotionally exhausted-classic symptoms of anxiety and stress. It can happen to anybody from a high profile businessman to a student, an executive or a homemaker. All are burning out their energies to defend themselves from their real or perceived causes of stress.
New medical research has established that prenatal stress could significantly influence development of the brain and organization of behavior in fetus.
Researchers explain that because stress affects many of the body`s systems- nervous, cardiovascular, endocrine and immune-there is good reason to believe that severe emotional stress could cause defects in the fetus, especially during the first trimester of pregnancy when development occurs at the fastest rate.
In women who are exposed to severe stress and anxiety, this effect is caused by reduced blood flow through the arteries that feed the uterus. Usually, the cranial nerve crest, a structure of cells that is thought to contribute to the development of the head and face in a fetus, gets affected.
According to Dr Vivette Glover, research head of a study linking obstetrics, pediatrics, psychology and psychiatry, experiment on animals shows that maternal, fetal, or neonatal experience can set the stress responses of the developing offspring for life. If true, in human beings this could predispose children to have behavioral problems, such as hyperactivity, or cause them to suffer from depression in later life.
Stress & Aging
Aging is a natural and gradual process, except under extreme circumstances such as stress or grief. The constant stressors or stress conditions result in a loss in neural and hormonal balance. This loss of balance will cause increased oxidative damage accelerating aging in our body. That`s because, chronic disturbances in body homeostasis ultimately affect our hormone secreting glands, cell repair and collagen in our skin and connecting tissues. Immune and neural degenerative diseases prevent this otherwise inevitable process from following the normal and healthy course of events.
Recent research results suggest that long-term exposure to adrenal stress hormones may boost brain aging in later life.
Scientists at the University of Kentucky in Lexington looked at the results of memory tests taken by elderly patients with high levels of the stress hormone cortisol, released by adrenal glands when the body is stressed. That high-level group scored lower than others with reduced levels of the hormone, researchers say.
The level of hormone released apparently affects the total volume of the brain`s hippocampus-a major source of recall and memory function, in later life. Researchers found those with high levels of hormone release, had a hippocampus volume 14 per cent less than those with lower levels.
The study results suggest that, "chronic stress may accelerate hippocampal deterioration" leading to accelerated physical and brain aging.
To understand this we must know what stress is and how is it produced and what are the ways to treat such conditions. In common stress is the reaction of the environmental conditions that use to withdraw the liveliness and longevity from our body mind setup. It generally happens due to the adjustments that our body is making with the ever-changing environment. This creates physical and emotional effects on our body. This stress can be of two types positive or negative this is subject to the orientation that the mental position develops toward the conditions. The negative stress can put you into anger, hatered, rejection and depression resulting in various health aliments.
In ayurveda related text it is written very frequently that the mind body condition is the root cause for all problems. The ayurveda related text describes the 'mana' as the cause of various diseases. The doshas are aggravated if the 'mana' is upset and that cause various diseases. The reasons behind stress are-the stress is psychosomatic disorder that can be due to any reason that is suppose to put oneself in the state of emotional and mental pressure.
This emotional and mental pressure can be because of various reasons, like career, love, relationship, prolonged disease, any condition of trauma or shock, depression, failure of any kind. Any of these conditions can put one in stressed state. When one is in stress the major complication that he faces can be headaches, upset stomach, rashes, insomnia, ulcers, high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke. Apart from this there are certain conditions that are aggravated due to the stress. The depression and related symptoms can become worst in these conditions.
The most difficult thing with stress is that it is of different degrees in different person. It is quit difficult to identify the stress. It can be reveled by adjudging on certain parameters. The major point of distress is that one is not aware of the stress and the physical conditions keep on worsening. One realizes it after it has done a lot of harm.
Now days the majority of population worldwide is suffering from hypertension that has got the stress as one of the root causes in the same way there are various aliments that are suppose to have stress as root cause. Some very basic tips that help in identifying stress are
Be careful, about the behavioral changes like the anger and other emotions are not easily controlled by you.
Identify the basic changes in your attitude if you are becoming more careless or extra careful about issues.
Any abrupt or sudden change in the eating habits and sleeping timings unknowingly are symptoms of stress.
Apart from the physical signs like exhaustion, fatigue, insomnia, indigestion and more complications can be indicative of stress or due to stress.
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