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Some of us love the idea of aging. The thought of stepping more into a beautiful wisdom and confidence can feel exciting and liberating. Who wants all the drama of youth, anyway?! And yet, on the flip side, for so many of us, it can seem really daunting to feel as if time is slipping away and taking its toll on how we look, our physical ability and our brain power. We can often flit between the two different thoughts in almost the same moment!
There is no doubt that a lack of good quality sleep can have a huge impact on your day, and your life. From brain fog and poor memory, to feeling physically drained or achy, to feeling unusually emotional or unable to cope (or all of the above!). Poor sleep is simply no good for your wellbeing, and if you suffer chronically, it can become life limiting.
Ayurveda is a medicinal and health lifestyle which was developed thousands of years ago by the sages of India. Ayurveda has been used for wellbeing and health support in India for a very long time, long before medical evidence was able to support that there is indeed an ‘mind-body connection’ when it comes to our health.
Ashwagandha is widely used to help support wellbeing and a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Also known as Indian Ginseng or Withania Somnifera, Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb that is proven to support mind-body health.
Ashwagandha developed in India through the ancient medicine system of Ayurveda. It is regarded as a powerful wellbeing and health promoting herb. Ashwagandha is also known as Withania Somnifera or Indian Ginseng.