On Feb 27, 2013, at 9:56 AM, Boonight@aol.com wrote:
> Try calming exercises like Yoga or Tai Chi. Another soothing energy is
> put your back against a big old tree, place your hands on the tree. Close
> your eyes and feel the calm energy. Some people get messages from the tree
> Calming Herbs: Valerian, Lavendar, Lemon balm, Passion flower (do not use
> with sedative drugs) and Camomile.
> Calming Foods: Banana, Apples, Oranges, Peaches, Rice, Oatmeal, Warm Tea,
> Yogurt, Cottage cheese, Chamomile tea, Papaya, Asparagus, Avocado,
> Berries, Swiss chard, Kale, Lentils, Sunflower and Pumpkin seeds, Almonds, Bell
> peppers, cold water Fish, turkey, eggs, Coconut and Coconut water
> Vitamins and Minerals: Vitamin B complex a anti-stressor. Also helpful
> Vitamin A, C, E and Magnesium. Vitamin D, besides helping your body build
> strong bones and muscles, vitamin D may also be important for mood, as it may
> increase serotonin, a neurotransmitter involved in resisting anxiety and
> depression. L-theanine, an amino acid found in tea, has a calming effect and
> reduces physiological responses to stress.
> A Carnelian stone pendant will give you a sense of wellbeing. Other useful
> crystal stones Amber, Adventurine, Smokey quartz, Aquamarine, Moonstone,
> Sodalite, Rose quartz and Amethyst.
> Hematite - One of the most Grounding Crystals, hematite helps things
> happen. It deflects negativity, bringing courage and strength in times of need,
> allowing mental processes to function and encourages clear thinking. This
> allows you to make choices and move forward with confidence, reducing stress
> in the process.
> Ask your guardian angels for anything you need and say thank you. Also
> meditation and grounding exercises help you to be balanced, calm and centered.
> In a message dated 2/26/2013 7:40:13 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> Hello everyone, I have a question for you. I have recently experienced some
> trauma in my life and I am in my final semester in college. My work has
> been slipping and I went to see a doctor yesterday and asked about any
> herbal or alternative anxiety treatment, I was of course perscribed several
> medications including an anti depressent and and anti anxiety med. I dont
> want to fill them, not if i dont haver to, but i need some relief now more
> than ever and I figured that this would be a good place to get some
> information and creative ideas:) I have been meditating, less than usual
> but as much as i am able to, also I began taking vitamine d this morning
> and hopefully that will help but any information, encouragmnent or
> suggestions would be greatly appriciated<3 love and light o you. Namaste
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