Herbal Therapy and Addiction Recovery
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There are so many people who are in recovery from their addiction who are just grasping at straws to stay clean and sober and keep working on their recovery. This is because of many reasons but straight forward it is because recovery from an addiction and sobriety are not as easy as many people believe they are. The thing that sober and recovering addicts must realize is that if no action is taken when they feel like this then they are risking their sobriety and recovery. The great news, however, is that there are so many resources and tips that can be used to stay sober and continue making progress in recovery. One of the best things that you can do is to use herbal therapy throughout your sobriety and recovery. This is a holistic measure, yes. Many people are not so sure of how holistic measures can help but let the facts speak for themselves. There are different herbs that can help in addiction recovery and today you will find out about just a few of them to give you an idea on how herbal therapy really can help treat an addiction and assist sober and recovering addicts throughout their journey.
How can St. John’s Wort able to help in addiction recovery?
St. John’s Wort is just one of the many herbs that have been shown to help sober and recovering addicts make it through the tough times. You see the main benefit of this herb is that it balances the neurotransmitters in the brain. These are chemical substances that are released from the brain. When the neurotransmitters are balanced out then the mood can be balanced as well. Having a more balanced mood is one of the best things that you can have when you are trying to stay clean and sober and when you are trying to continue making more progress in your recovery.
How can Ginseng help in addiction recovery?
Ginseng is another one of the herbs that can help in addiction recovery. The first two benefits of using ginseng in addiction recovery is that it allows the body to relax more and it gives the body more energy too. Both of these benefits are very helpful for sober and recovering addicts. The more that you are able to relax, the less tension you will have which in return allows you to move through each day of sobriety and recovery and actually enjoy your life. When you have more energy you are more motivated to work on your recovery.
How can Oatstraw help in addiction recovery?
Another very helpful herb in addiction recovery is oatstraw. The benefits of this herb include reducing anxiety and lessening depression. Not having to deal with as much anxiety or depression during sobriety and recovery is very essential to the success that you can have.
How can Lemon Balm help in addiction recovery?
A very helpful herb that is not talked about a lot is Lemon Balm. The benefits of this herb are calming the mind and the body and improving memory too. When you allow yourself to be calmer during sobriety and recovery you are less likely to make rash decisions. Improving your memory can help you to assess your past in a much healthier way as well.
How can Chamomile help in addiction recovery?
Another herb that is widely known is chamomile. The main benefits of this herb are that it helps to relieve some anxiety and offers better sleep too. As previously mentioned, having less anxiety is very helpful when trying to stay sober and when working on your recovery. Getting great sleep can help you to have more good days than bad ones so that is very helpful too.
While there are a couple of other herbs that can help you in other ways these ones are the most helpful in sobriety and recovery. Holistic measures including herbal therapy have actually paid off for many sober and recovering addicts. You may want to give some of these herbs a try to see if and how they can help you. It is never too late to give them a try and they aren’t going to hurt you at all so what is the harm?
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