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Stress is a common term associated with modern life. It takes a toll on your health in the long run without you realising it. You can face many problems because of stress like hypertension, high blood sugar levels or high cholesterol levels. It can even disturb your sexual life. It is nearly impossible for anyone to have a stress free life. However, regular exercise and diet regime can help you a lot in this regard.
This regime coupled with an herbal stress busting capsule will do wonders to your health. Ashwagandha or Withania Somnifera is an herb, which is famous for its stress releasing properties in Ayurveda. Ashwagandha is known to rejuvenate the body from within thereby relaxing your mind and body and helping you to reduce your stress intensities. It has been used as a medical herb since many years.
Withania somnifera or Ashwagandha exhibits properties similar to the attributes of the potent herbal adaptogen Panax ginseng. Hence, it is also known as the Indian ginseng. In Ayurveda, it is classified as a Rasayana herb, which increases vitality and improves the body’s resistance to diseases, stress and adverse environmental factors. These properties of Withania somnifera make it a popular herbal supplement for reducing stress and preventing stress-induced physical complications.
Though there are many benefits of the herb listed below are some of them.
- Helps in fighting day to day stress.
- Strengthens the immunity system.
- Helps reduce high blood and sugar levels.
- Aids in healthy aging.
- Relaxes the mind and body.
- Increases concentration and boosts memory.
- Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic plant and will help reduce stress.
- Helps to support a healthy heart.
- Supports a healthy liver function.
How to use
Morpheme Ashwagandha capsules can be preferably taken with milk. The standard dose is 1 to 2 tablets in a day for adults. Since it is an herbal product, you will notice its positive effect after a few days. It can be consumed for a prolonged period as it is not a habit forming capsule.
How Ashwagandha is Useful?
Ashwagandha is known as Winter Cherry. It is helps to revitalise the body from within and aids the body to deal with stress. It aids in maintaining healthy tissues of the bones and muscles and supports proper working of the reproductive system and adrenals. This herb has been used and researched extensively and is considered safe for human consumption.
Research has shown that Ashwagandha helps to fight arthritis by reducing pain and disability associated with it. It helps to balance the kapha and vata doshas, which means the herb gives relief from diseases caused by these doshas. It possesses rejuvenative, aphrodisiac and adaptogenic properties. It provides tranquillity to the mind and helps relieve anxiety. It even improves sperm count and sperm quality. It is beneficial to both males and females and even increases libido. Some research even suggests that Ashwagandha helps to fight cancer growth in rats, but whether it holds good in humans is still not known and is under research.
It has got anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, which help in maintaining a healthy body and mind. Some research studies even prove that it helps to defend against carbon tetrachloride caused due to liver damages. Since it is a stress busting herb, it aids the body to fight against various diseases, anxiety and stress. It helps maintain overall health. It aids the body regain energy during the day and gets peaceful sleep in the night. This provides calmness to the mind.
Research has shown that Ashwagandha helps to decrease the blood sugar levels, cholesterol levels and even helps in improving memory.
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Is Morpheme Ashwagandha capsule safe for consumption?
Perhaps, this is the first question that crops up in our mind before we take any supplement. Well, this is an absolutely safe product with no adverse side effects. It has been well tolerated by any body type. Research has proved that it is safe for human consumption. It is helpful to both menfolk and females and can be taken by anybody.
How long before I see the results?
Generally, Ayurvedic medicines follow a slow recovery process. Hence, you need to take Morpheme Ashwagandha supplements for at least 4 to 6 weeks to notice significant effects. However, make sure to take them regularly. Prolonged course is not addictive, as it is not a habit forming supplement.
Can Ashwagandha supplements be taken along with any prescribed drug?
This is purely a plant based product, which will not cause any harm to your body. However, it is recommended that you consult your physician before starting this tablet, if you are under medication, pregnant or breast feeding.
Can I stop the supplement after recovery or at any point of time?
This is not a habit forming capsule, so it can be stopped at any point of time. However, if you want to see long lasting positive effects it would be ideal to continue these tablets in a moderate form even after recovery. Since this is an herbal product it will not have any negative impact on your body.
Serving size: 1 Vegicaps
Servings per container: 60
Each 500 mg capsule contains: Ashwagandha Extract 10:1
Each Bottle Contains: 60 Vegi Caps
Suggested Usage: 1 Capsule twice daily after meals.
|Serving Size: 1 Veg Capsule
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
|Extract of the Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) (Root)
|** Daily value not established
Other Ingredients: Capsule(Vegetarian Capsule),
100% Vegetarian. No Fillers, binders or common Allergens.
Morpheme Ashwagandha capsules contains 100% extract of the herb Ashwagandha. It is manufactured using the latest equipment and technology and passes through minimum human intervention and hence the product reaches you in the most pure form. It is a safe herbal tablet for human consumption.
Why stress is bad for health
Response to stress is controlled by the brain, the neural circuit and hormones. When we encounter stress, the brain commands the adrenal glands to secrete epinephrine and norepinephrine hormones. The hypothalamus along with the pituitary gland regulates secretion of cortisol and other hormones that are released from the adrenal cortex. The behavioral response to stress is controlled by various neural circuits. The hormones secreted during stress help us to either fight or escape the stressful situation or danger. When we are stressed, the heart rate increases and blood pressure rises. The blood flow increases in the heart, brain and muscles, and decreases in the gut.
Stress is triggered by both internal and external factors. The external factors of stress are easily recognizable. They come in the form of challenges and difficulties at workplace, home and it other situations. The internal factors determine your body’s ability to handle stress. Your diet, health condition and the amount of sleep or rest you get affect your ability to cope with stress.
Too much stress harms your physical and emotional health. Chronic stress leads to sleeping difficulties, headache, fatigue, muscle ache, muscle tension and gastrointestinal disorder. Chronic stress pushes up the blood pressure level. In people diagnosed with hypertension, stress might push the blood pressure to abnormally high levels. Excess stress increases the risk of developing cardiovascular illnesses.
Indigestion, loss of appetite, nausea, diarrhea and constipation are some common signs of stress. Even the risk of developing certain cancers rises with chronic stress. Stress could even trigger skin rashes. In people prone to migraine headaches, stress increases the severity and frequency of migraine. It might worsen breathing difficulties in asthma patients. In diabetics, stress is associated with higher blood sugar levels.
Chronic stress also harms the immune system. It increases the risk of cold, cough, flu and infections. By boosting the level of free radicals, chronic stress accelerates the aging process. It also causes behavioral changes, anxiety, depression, irritability and nervousness. Eating disorders are also a psychological manifestation of stress. Under stress, people tend to overeat or they skip meals. It might even lead to excess smoking, heavy drinking and substance abuse. Stress even reduces sex drive. It is a common cause of infertility in men.
The exact effects of stress vary from person to person. Different people react differently to similar situations. Some might be overwhelmed with stress, whereas others who are adept in stress management might be able to handle the situation with ease. Your ability to combat stress is influenced by your psychological condition, overall physical condition, expectations and interpersonal relationships.
How Withania somnifera helps to beat stress
Reduces chronic stress: The anti-stress effect of Withania somnifera has been demonstrated in experimental studies. Chronic stress increases the blood sugar level, reduces glucose tolerance, impairs cognitive performance, triggers gastric ulceration, suppresses immunity, reduces libido and stimulates corticosterone secretion. Experimental studies suggest that the adaptogenic effect of Ashwagandha helps to prevent these complications induced by chronic stress. (Bhattacharya SK, Muruganandam AV. “Adaptogenic activity of Withania somnifera: an experimental study using a rat model of chronic stress.” Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2003 Jun;75(3):547-55).
Prevent stress-induced infertility in men: Chronic stress in men might lead to infertility. Withania somnifera could improve fertility and beat stress simultaneously. Stress and heavy smoking, which elevates oxidative stress, might cause infertility even in men with normal sperm count. Clinical studies with Withania somnifera indicate that consuming 5 grams of Ashwagandha root powder daily might help to improve fertility in normozoopermic men suffering from infertility owing to stress and heavy smoking. (Mahdi AA, Shukla KK, Ahmad MK, Rajender S, Shankhwar SN, Singh V, Dalela D. “Withania somnifera Improves Semen Quality in Stress-Related Male Fertility.” Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2009 Sep 29).
How to manage stress naturally
Regular physical activities could help you to avoid the adverse effects of stress. Exercises improve the functioning of the heart and increases muscle flexibility. Regular workouts help us to sleep, reduce depression and anxiety.
Yoga, deep breathing exercises and meditation are more effective in combating stress. You can handle stressful situations with utmost ease by meditating daily for about 20 to 30 minutes.
Often stress leads to overeating, heaving drinking and smoking. However, instead of reducing stress, these unhealthy habits would worsen your stress and harm your physical health. Stress management techniques will help you to abandon these harmful habits.
Reaction to stress is influenced by the attitude of a person. Behavioral therapies could help you to change your attitude and improve your ability to handle stressful situations. Developing an optimistic outlook towards life helps to manage stress. You can seek the help of psychologists or psychiatrists. Talk therapies are often effective in releasing tension. You can even talk to your close friends or family members and share your problems with them. A strong support system is needed to handle the difficulties and challenges of life.
Complications triggered by stressful situations might be prevented by relaxing. Do things you enjoy doing. Practicing hobbies could help to distract your mind away from stressful activities. Try to counter stress with humor. Participate in fun activities, watch comedy shows or read humorous books. Laughter therapy is beneficial for people with chronic stress. Working for long hours might increase stress. Regular breaks from work and vacations might benefit you. Listening to music is a good way to overcome stress.
A nutritious diet could help to reduce the physical complications triggered by chronic stress. Nutrients would help to activate the immune system and reduce the risk of infections. Chronic stress increases consumption of “comfort food”. Intake of carbohydrate rich comfort foods elevates the serotonin level. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that controls the mood. By reducing depression, serotonin helps to improve the mood. However, excess intake of carbohydrate foods and sugary treats increases body weight. In addition, increase in glucocorticoids secretion following stress stimulates accumulation of fats in the abdomen. To reduce overeating and to prevent weight gain, you should replace the sugary treats and French fries with healthy whole grain products. The dietary fiber rich healthy carbohydrates could suppress hunger by making you feel full for a longer time.
Add sufficient fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet. They will supply your body essential micronutrients and antioxidant phytochemicals that would protect your body from stress-related disorders.