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Take 5: Natural Remedies to Calm the Body and Relax the Mind

[fa icon="calendar"] Sep 28, 2016 6:26:50 PM / by Ann Lopez Aziz

When comes to dealing with stress and a tired body, many often seek pharmaceutical solutions. However, there are many safe nondrug remedies for anxiety and stress – from natural supplements to calming teas. A reseach study shows that anxiety-prone subjects were calmer and more focused during a test if they took 200 milligrams of L-theanine, a nondietary amino acid found pretty much exclusively in tea, beforehand.

So if you're feeling under the weather and worn out but prefer not to be medicated, we have the video just for you. Stay tuned to watch our take five video of the natural remedies to calm the body and relax the mind!

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Topics: Take 5 Tips

Ann Lopez Aziz

Written by Ann Lopez Aziz

Ann is a CaregiverAsia Powerpuff girl by day, mother by night. And a prudent Caregiver who believes balance is key. When not training for her next IRONMAN race, she scourers the neighbourhood for tasty epok-epok. Good thing she likes to share ‘cause sharing is caring!