Here are some herbs that you can add to your meals or take as supplements to replenish your energy levels.
(I)Winter cherry (Ashwagandha/Withania somnifera)- (Calms nerves, revives mind and body)
• It is very useful in various diseases of children male and females, and one of the prominent herbal drugs in Indian medicine. An antibiotic and antibacterial activities have been shown in the roots and leaves of it. One of the most valuable herbs known to humankind
• First- class adaptogenic herb that increases endurance and energy; counteracts anxiety and stress
• Nourishes the nerves and tissues, enhances mind power and virility
• Offers the healing power of withanolides
(II) Ativisha (Aconitum heterophyllam)It is bitter tonic; hot, stoma chic, digestive; alterative; it alleviates dysentery and bilious complaints; good in periodic and intermittent fevers as a tonic; useful in diarrhoea, and vomiting of children; causes constipation when taken in large doses; and useful in bites from poisonous snakes, scorpion, rats and similar bites-stings.
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
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In 2009, Carnegie Mellon University in the USA published results of a sleep study showing that people who slept seven hours a night were three times more susceptible to a cold virus than those who got eight hours. The results confirmed the theory that how much you sleep has dramatic effects on your immunity. Too little sleep can also result in weight gain. Chronic sleep deprivation (in which you never get a good night’s sleep) can make you feel hungrier than normal and affect the way your body processes and stores carbohydrate. It may also take the enjoyment out of life and result in irritability, impatience, inability to concentrate and loss of memory. In addition, sleep disorders have been linked to high blood pressure (hypertension), increased stress hormone levels, irregular heartbeat and even cancer.
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