Hey Girl - Sleeping Tea


People often inquire on social media whether there are any supplements for anxiety. This website features various blogs, some of which discuss various natural supplements and their effects. For others, these supplements are used to treat depression. If you're anything like me, you're deeply concerned about your mental health and how to handle it effectively.

Hey Girl is one of the teas I drink on a regular basis. This blog will concentrate on Hey Girl's Sleeping Tea, which is one of several Hey Girl products. Hey Girl, in my opinion, is the strongest tea for aiding sleep. The ingredients are passion flower, chamomile, lemon balm, catnip herb, stevia leaf, and valerian root. I'll go through each of these components in further depth in the following paragraphs.

I personally use this tea and different natural pills to help me with anxiety and insomnia. There are a lot of natural anxiety options, and this tea has 6 of the best ingredients to help people with anxiety.

Passion Flower has been used for centuries to help people relax, sleep better, and even relieve pain. Passion Flower raises levels of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), a chemical brain signals that help maintain our emotions. GABA is a neurotransmitter that slows nerve cell impulses in the brain, which is why I feel calmer after taking Passion Flower. It actually slows my thinking down to something I can cope with.

Chamomile tea is used to treat colds and flus, as well as diabetes. Chamomile has traditionally been used to treat pain, such as menstrual cramps. It may help reduce blood sugar levels, which is beneficial to diabetics. According to certain research, this tea can target cancer cells. Chamomile has a long history of use as an anxiety treatment.

Lemon balm is another herb that enhances GABA function in the brain. In a study of people with mild sleep problems, 81% of those who used both lemon balm and valerian, both of which are included in this tea, slept better than those who took a placebo. The researchers couldn't tell whether the valerian root or the lemon balm was more effective in helping study participants go off to sleep faster, but thankfully, this tea contains both!

Anxiety, insomnia, and headaches are just a few of the conditions that Catnip Herb may help with. It may also aid with gas, indigestion, and cramps. Catnip may also assist women who are experiencing menstrual irregularities get their periods back on track. It may also aid in the relief of stomach discomfort.

Stevia is often promoted as a safe and nutritious sugar replacement that may be used in sweet dishes without the negative health consequences associated with refined sugar. For people with diabetes 2, stevia may be a beneficial ingredient. Because some glycosides in stevia extract have been proven to widen blood vessels, it may also aid with blood pressure. If you wish to keep a child's sugar intake under control, stevia may assist.

Valerian Root is an herb that may aid with anxiety, sleeplessness, hyperactivity, and even OCD symptoms (obsessive-compulsive disorder). I'm continually finding new strategies to aid myself as a person with OCD. I've attended CBT (cognitive-behavioral therapy) training and take supplements like Hey Girl to help me maintain my emotions. I am a staunch belief in managing your emotions so that your emotions don’t manage you. After years of obsessive thinking connected with bipolar behaviors, I've finally discovered a way to balance myself. Fears or manic ideas may arise, but I am not obligated to act on them. In a flow of ideas, it comes and goes.

Can anxiety be treated naturally? This varies with each individual, and just because you take a medication to aid with your mental health does not suggest that this tea cannot benefit you as well. I have a bipolar pill that I will probably have for the rest of my life, but that does not mean that this tea doesn’t help as well. These natural pills, powders, and teas work in conjunction with my medical medications and CBT to help me maintain a balanced attitude. In future posts, I will discuss CBT (cognitive-behavioral therapy) and how I apply it daily.


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