Most of all, drinking tea is one of the popular ways some people use to get relief from stress. Furthermore, they can choose from a variety of teas to get that relief
First of all, there is Green tea. Most noteworthy, Green tea is loaded with L-theanine. And, theanine is derived from Eastern Asia tea leaves. Moreover, L-theanine relieves stress by inducing a relaxing effect without making you drowsy. Above all, L-theanine is a chemical that’s been shown to relieve stress and encourage a sense of calm. Therefore, drinking a cup of decaffeinated green tea is an excellent way to relieve stress.
Furthermore, decaffeinated green tea has been scientifically proven to decrease stress level. In fact, a 2017 study published in the journal Nutrients demonstrated that. Most noteworthy, the study reported that participants drinking decaffeinated green tea felt much less stressed out.
But green tea isn’t the only tea to lower stress. In a 2010 study, researchers at University College London reported that, over a six week period, drinking black tea decreased research participant’s stress levels. Most noteworthy, when the research participants were subjected to a stressful situation, their levels of the stress hormone cortisol dropped significantly. In other words, drinking black tea not only helped them feel less stressed, but it also allowed them to deal with sudden stress more easily than those who didn’t drink black tea.
Menthol is a natural stress reliever. As a result, peppermint tea can help reduce your blood pressure and overall body temperature. Therefore you become more relaxed.
Most of all, a 2016 study, published in the journal Phytomedicine, showed that Chamomile tea significantly reduces symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder. Also, chamomile tea is very good at reducing stress.
Other popular methods to get relief from stress are illustrated in the infographic.