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In this week's podcast we're sharing tips from Ayurveda (India's ancient science of life) on how to transition into Summer smoothly and calm your anxiety.
Some key tips from this podcast:
Spend time in natureShady mindful walks, or walking barefoot on grass in the morningEvening walks during the cooler time of dayStanding in the moonlight an practicing awareness meditation like a simple breathing practiceSwimming
Mindful breaks in natures help us break out of the cycle of rushing and worrying that can really peak anxiety in the Summer.
The simple adjustment of taking steps to keep as cool and relaxed as you can makes a big difference in Summer stress levels.
Avoid iced drinks because ice impairs digestion.
Instead, experiment with the following cooling teas:JasmineRoseMintCoriander
These delicious herbs and flowers provide a gentle cooling effect within the body.
Favour lighter meals, but not too much raw food. Increase sweet tastes and reduce sour and salty tastes.
For more information on Ayurveda and Anxiety Relief please see the following posts:
Ayurveda and Foods to Help Anxiety
How to Support Yourself with Ayurveda
Ayurveda and Anxiety Relief
Getting to Know Your Ayurvedic Body Type
How to Support Yourself with AyurvedaAyurveda and Anxiety Relief Getting to Know Your Ayurvedic Body Type Ayurveda and Anxiety Relief part 1 Ayurveda and Anxiety Relief part 2 - See more at: http://www.anxietyslayer.com/journal/category/ayurveda-and-anxiety-relief?currentPage=2#sthash.RpQPGORo.dpuf Ayurveda and Foods to Help Anxiety
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