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Advice on combating stress and achieving a balance between work and private life

Working around the clock in today's technologically connected world and achieving a balance between work and private life seems almost impossible.

However, finding the right balance in this fast-changing world is essential.

Because people experience anxiety and depression in the workplace more than ever, managing work-related stress is an hour's need. Dr. Shruthi M Hegde, an Ayurvedic expert at the Himalaya Drug Company, said stress can lower productivity, leading to fatigue.

Minor changes in your intense and fast lives can greatly help in relieving stress and manage the balance between work and private life.


* Sometimes, when you feel stressed, it is important to stay calm and rejuvenate to stay on your feet. You can use different ways to rejuvenate. It can be interrupting your time and listening to your favorite music, walking, talking to someone you like, having enough sleep or getting the right health care.

* Including the right herbs in your treatment regimen can help you feel relaxed and rejuvenated.

* It is important to maintain a healthy balance between the nervous system, endocrine glands and the immune system to reduce the detrimental effect of long-term stress on the body. You need to practice comprehensive relaxation techniques for the mind and body and include fitness classes such as dance, yoga and meditation.

* Rejuvenation and relaxation are the most important factors to combat stress. In addition, you can add herbs, such as ashwagandha, to health supplements to deal with stress more effectively. Traditionally known as adaptogen, ashwagandha helps to raise mood, reducing anxiety, improving energy levels and reducing stress hormones.

According to scientific studies, ashwagandha root extract has a beneficial effect on the body under conditions of chronic stress. Ayurvedic texts and modern research indicate that ashwagandha is known for its adaptogenic properties that help to achieve a healthy balance between the nervous and immune systems.

Ashwagandha is available in online stores in South Africa. IANS

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