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More than 280 million people worldwide suffer from irrational anxiety

Anxiety is fear – and fear is a tool for coping with danger. But what happens when there is no danger, so to speak, everything is fine – and yet anxiety skyrockets? It feels like the end of the world. If you've never had a panic attack before, it's hard to figure out. According to world statistics, 3.8% of the world's population suffers from anxiety. Of these, 4.1% were women and 2.7% were men. If you

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Herbs and Natural Solutions for Stress and Anxiety

Today, about 70% of the population tends to experience stress and anxiety on a daily basis. There are many methods to relieve stress – such as a balanced diet, exercise as part of the routine, yoga and meditation. If you, too, have already tried all of this or maybe, can't get it into your routine – you should get to know the herbs, whether taking a capsule a day, drinking tea or using as an essential oil,

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Ginkgo Biloba: How It May Improve Mood

One of the most prominent benefits of Ginkgo biloba is improved mood and increased energy levels. But how does the plant really affect the brain? The Ginkgo biloba plant contains a compound called kaempferol

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3 Herbs That May Help with Stress and Anxiety

The good news is that there are many wonderful herbs that are effective against anxiety, and they do not share the same risk of addiction and dependence, which come with anti-anxiety medications such as benzodiazepines. Like all medicines, these herbs are not suitable for everyone. What is more, they can be very beneficial when consumed in the right dosage and properly adapted to your needs.

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Ginkgo Biloba: From Energy to Improving Brain Function

Ginkgo biloba is an ancient tree (according to findings: 350 million years old), native to China. The leaves and seeds are often used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, and modern research focuses mainly on ginkgo extract, which is made from the leaves. Ginkgo and health uses, most of which focus on brain function and blood flow. Here are the main benefits.

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Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) | An Ayurvedic herb with neuroprotective properties, may regenerate neurons and promote healthy cognitive function
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Brahmi: The herb that may increase intellect and improve information processing

Brahmi has long been used as an Ayurvedic remedy, for managing stress and improving memory. Brahmi contains a complex mixture of phytochemicals (substances found naturally in plants), which may be beneficial to the brain. Researchers currently appreciate that the benefits of this plant are mainly to combat neurological disorders such as Alzheimer's, dementia and others. Let's take a look at the main benefits of this ancient Alzheimer's plant.

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Passionflower flower: for calm and tranquility

The flower has many different benefits, including the ability to reduce anxiety, treat sleep disorders, prevent depression, relieve menopausal symptoms, treat addictions, heal the skin and lower blood pressure. In English it is called Passion Flower and appears by its scientific name: Passiflora Incarnata Passionflower is a traditional plant in America and Europe known as an herb that calms anxiety, helps with insomnia, panic attacks, and hysteria. Today it is still used to treat anxiety and insomnia. Scientists believe passionflower works by

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