Rhodiola And Stress

When it comes to beating stress, a lot of people go through great lengths to find the most effective cure. Some people seek medications like aspirin to treat some minor and major problems with their stress, while others completely forgo medication and try more holistic treatment options like meditation.

Although many people are quick to jump and use medications like aspirin to relieve stress-related conditions, there’s natural alternatives to combating any kind of stress. One of these natural alternatives involves taking herbal supplements.

A lot of herbs have intrinsic qualities and active components that help relieve impairments of the body like stress. They’re so effective, in fact, that people use those same herbal supplements and forgo traditional medication altogether.

Rhodiola rosea is a type of herb that provides significant benefits when it comes to treating stress. It actually has a storied history of medical-related uses, a history dating back thousands of years across the European and Asian land mass. This herb is said to treat a variety of conditions like colds, in addition to providing several other benefits. The most well-known benefits of this ‘super herb’ include:

  • Strengthening the immune/nervous system
  • Enhancing the body’s immunity to illnesses
  • Elevating the body’s energy levels and capability for exercise
  • Aiding weight reduction
  • Increasing sexual function
  • Improving normal brain functions and memory

Rhodiola’s benefits can be attributed to its role as an adaptogen. These natural plant substances actually help increase the body’s immune resistance, which in turn, helps essentially normalize the functions of the body.

What can rhodiola rosea do for stress? Rhodiola rosea helps the body develop a healthier response to stress spanning a person’s mental, emotional and physical states. It actually helps the body become much more resistant to stress, allowing the body to adapt more effectively to challenging circumstances associated with stress-related symptoms.

This response also affects the hormones and chemicals within the brain that have a lot to do with stress, including serotonin, dopamine and cortisol. Rhodiola rosea’s adaptogen traits helps bring these stress-related hormones and neurotransmitters back into balance. This process works by helping increase the cells’ ability to manufacture and efficiently use their intrinsic cellular energy.

People taking rhodiola rosea for stress relief should take the adaptogen herb at least three times per day, whether as a capsule or potent extract. It’s always best to consult a medical professional about the most effective way to use rhodiola rosea as a daily stress treatment option.

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John Montague DC is the owner of WebVitamins. He is active in the industry and is currently president of the NPA East.

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