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Green Tea

Is green Tea effective in reducing stress?

Many recent researches have shown that Green tea has a calming effect on your body. Given that it is the easiest thing to add to your regular diet, popularity of green tea has grown in recent days.

Why is Green tea effective on stress?

Green tea contains an amino acid called L-Theanine, an amino acid that helps relaxing the brain. L-theanine is believed to promote brain function by stimulating the production of alpha waves in the brain – relaxing the mind in stressful situations while keeping the brain alert.
Studies have also shown that regular drinking of green tea has a positive effect on high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

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Yogurt

Is Yogurt effective in reducing stress?

Yogurt is known as a food that has positive effects on digestion. Recent researches have shown that these positive effects on digestive track can also have a positive effect in our brain thereby reducing stress.

Why is yogurt effective on stress?

The probiotic bacteria in yogurt was linked with lower levels of activity in areas of the brain responsible for emotion and pain. Due to the healthy management of gut bacteria that directly affects chronic stress, yogurt is recommended as a stress reducing food.

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Dark Chocolate

Is dark chocolate effective in reducing stress?

Dark Chocolate have featured in the list of anti-depressant foods for long. Researchers believe that dark chocolate helps in reducing stress.

Why is dark chocolate effective on stress?

Researchers believe that the benefit of dark chocolate comes from the rich source of polyphenols, especially flavonoids. Flavonoids help in improving cognitive functions in the brain.

Dark chocolate also has high tryptophan content, which the body uses to turn into mood-enhancing neurotransmitters, such as serotonin in the brain.

Dark Chocolate is also high in Magnesium. Magnesium relaxes vascular smooth muscle, resulting in vasodilation and increased cerebral blood flow. This helps in improving mood.

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