Drink Peppermint Tea For Anxiety And Tension

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Autumn is full of new beginnings. A new school year, new courses, activities and business duties begin. As the days shortens, the weather changes, it rains often and becomes cold. In short, our carefree summer is over and a month full of tasks and obligations begins. Even thought of all this can cause you to feel anxiety.

You can drink peppermint tea for anxiety and tension whenever you feel unpleasant. It is refreshing due to the essential oils and has many healing properties for health problems. Let’s see how it can help you when you feel the tension.

Is peppermint tea good for anxiety?

Peppermint is one of the healthiest herbs that nature gives us so generously. With its pleasant aroma and freshness and a soothing, excellent taste, it is certainly a drink that soothes at any time. This herb is a great source of nutrients like magnesium, copper, iron, potassium, calcium, vitamins C and A, folic acid and strong antioxidants, which make this tea a real fountain of youth.

Versatile usage

The plant is used for various purposes, for toothpaste, baths, soaps, mouthwashes, tea, beverages, decorating various dishes, adding it to ice cream, pastries, chocolates, and sweets. In addition, it also has a beneficial effect on health.

Calming effect

When you return home today and your head will be full of worries, you should take a cup of warm peppermint tea that will relax and calm you. It has a positive effect on the nervous system and is therefore recommended for irritable and anxiety people.

Healing Properties

This herbal tea is good to drink against gastric and intestinal problems, it calms nerves and strengthens them, affects the secretion of bile, urine and gastric juices. It is an excellent anti-vomiting agent. It works antiseptic so it is perfect for the cold.

The drink is also appreciated in menstrual problems. It relieves gases, cramps, releases peripheral vessels, stimulates sweating, and at the same time cools and relieves pain. Clinical tests have shown that especially essential oils in capsules are effective for sensitive gut, diarrhea, constipation, tension and abdominal pain.

It affects the nerves, relieves headache and tension, and relieves insomnia. Due to its cold functioning, it is good for the liver and lungs. It helps to cool and clear the head and eyes and activates the central heater.

Tea is excellent against gastric problems, intestinal inflammation, cramps, and bloating. It helps with relaxation at stress, nervousness, insomnia. You can also add valerian root in the drink to relieve the problems with nerves.

Essential oil effects

Peppermint essential oil alleviates the pain in joints and muscles and headaches. It is clinically proven that it affects on the dangerous bacteria E Coli, MSSA bacteria and MRSA. In 99% it acts on herpes simplex virus. It prevents bad breath from the mouth. A 50% alcohol extract helps with allergic rhinitis.

Prepare a tea

Boil 2 dcl of water in the container. Place around 5 mint leaves in a cup and pour them over with hot water. Cover the cup and leave it for 5-10 minutes so that useful substances from the leaves are extracted. Strain it and drink.

You can sweeten it with honey or other sweeteners if you like. If you want to preserve natural beneficial substances in honey, add it to the tea that is cooled down below 40°C.

Understand anxiety

Anxiety or fear is usually a normal reaction to real or perilous risk. Like coughing that removes foreign material from the respiratory tract, anxiety helps us to escape the current danger or avoid it in the future.

It prepares your body to fight or escape. It increases brain activity, accelerates heart rate, and results in better muscle circulation. Although escaping from danger doesn’t usually mean running away from a dangerous tiger, anxiety is still a useful reaction. Due to the fear of an accident, we drive slower than we would otherwise. Also, we prepare for the exam to avoid possible failure.

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Chronic anxiety

If you are stressed from time to time, you can drink peppermint tea for anxiety relief. It is different when a person is diagnosed as an anxiety patient. It is a mistake to believe that anxiety is a consequence of human weakness and that it can be defeated with a strong desire and will. Anxiety patients can‘t force themselves to feel better. Even though they are aware of the absurdities of their fears, they can’t get rid of them. However, assistance to these patients is very important, since their disorder can obstruct their lives.

The doctor can tell that a person has chronic anxiety regarding what the patient tells him. Nevertheless, it is necessary to exclude body illnesses that appear with similar signs before the start of treatment and therefore carry out some investigations.

Self-help for anxiety

Write down your worries. Take a specific time (e.g. 10 mins per day) to cope with your thoughts, but don’t engage with them for the rest of the day.

Express your feelings

There is a general lack of awareness of various types of mental disorders and fears. This fact isn’t helping us in order to expose our problems either with friends, neighbors or others we trust. There are various groups and forums for this kind of help, where you can anonymously, without compromising your own integrity, share your experiences with others and, through their experience, find your own way and the solution for your condition.

Develop healthy habits

Have relaxation techniques such as meditation and deep breathing. Give more attention to healthy eating. Reduce alcohol and nicotine intake. Physical activity should become a daily routine, and you should have at least 7 hours of sleep a day. And the most important, don’t forget to respect yourself.

About Vania Pinteric 143 Articles
My name is Vania Pinteric and I am a tea lover who has a passion for drinking and exploring different kinds of teas. Today my partner and I are big tea lovers who doesn’t miss a day without at least one cup of tea. My tea passion grew day by day, so I decided to inspire people to get to know the aromatic world of teas.

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