Homeopathic Anxiety Spray
Relieves anxiety, stress, and physical exhaustion. Helps relax; sleep; regain control, focus, and a peaceful mind. *
Content: NEW 30 ml lactose-free, vegan oral spray!
Homeopathic remedy for stress, anxiety, and sleeplessness. Peacefulí is formulated to help deal with and recover from a wide range of stress causing events that lead to anxiety; physical tension and exhaustion; difficulty sleeping, relaxing, enjoying life and performing at work and in school. Peacefulí helps to
- relax body, mind, and brain,
- relieve muscle tension and aches,
- decelerate nervous habits and worried thoughts,
- find restful and refreshing sleep,
- improve concentration, focus, and performance,
- seek social interactions, caring relationships, and happiness.
Peacefulí is a homeopathic anxiety spray that can alleviate physical, mental, and emotional distress. It is a blend of homeopathy's best-known ingredients — such as Avena sativa or Oat, Passiflora incarnata or Passion Flower, Kali phos or Phosphate of Potassium, Anacardium orientale or the Marking Nut, and Ignatia amara or the St. Ignatius Bean — known to calm the body and nervous system.
During hectic and overwhelming times, these tried and true nerve remedies help us unwind and heal from overwork, overstimulation, and mental strain. They nurture the brain, regulate the pulse and breathing rate, and help us control our mood and emotions to find increased balance, rest, focus, and peace of mind.
Consider combining the Peacefulí natural stress relief supplement with Cellergy, the all-in-one 12 cell salts combination balancing the body's mineral levels, helping draw vitamins and nutrients from food, and providing a fundamental layer of support for a healthy nervous system.
Peacefulí by Anna's Remedies works without side effects and is safe to take with other medicines. Prepared from highest-quality natural sources in our certified homeopathic pharmacy in the Heartland of the U.S. Buy our homeopathic anxiety supplements here, and take advantage of the numerous health benefits.
Adults: 2 sprays 3 times a day or as often as needed directly in the mouth. Children under 12: 1 spray as above. Reduce frequency upon improvement.
Active homeopathic ingredients: Avena sativa 3X, Humulus lupulus 3x, Passiflora incarnata 3X, Kali phosphoricum 6X, Phosphoricum acidum 6X, Anacardium orientale 6C, Argentum nitricum 6C, Ignatia amara 6C
Inactive ingredients: Citric acid, demineralized water, organic cane ethanol 1.6%, vegetable glycerin
If symptoms persist or worsen or if pregnant or nursing, consult a professional healthcare provider. Keep out of reach of children.
Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight.
One of the most common pieces of advice for those suffering from anxiety or stress is to “just relax”. Ironically, the ability to relax shrinks the more anxious and stressful feelings grow, so this seemingly obvious solution to stress is rarely that simple to apply.
When the body is stressed or anxious, it releases hormones which increase the heart rate and the breathing rate. There is a heightened awareness of outside stimuli combined with a diminished recognition of bodily discomfort and pain. Soon ordinary functions such as digestion and the immune response are put on hold. This is known as the “fight-or-flight response” as it is meant to help the body respond quickly in times of emergency. The problem is when long-term stress or chronic anxiety causes these responses to occur too frequently, they can result in a myriad of stress-related illnesses — heart disease, depression, digestive disorders, eczema and psoriasis, diabetes and chronic muscle pain, to name a few.
Taking the Peacefulí homeopathic anxiety spray can help to break the cycle of stress and anxiety. The natural ingredients in Peacefulí are key homeopathic remedies known to support body and mind in letting go, relaxing, finding courage and strength, and feeling balanced and whole again.
Consider combining our homeopathic anxiety supplement with simple lifestyle changes. Healthier habits help to ensure that relief is long-lasting and organic. Such changes could include regular exercise, taking time for hobbies and recreation, getting enough sleep at night, maintaining a healthy diet, and avoiding junk food, alcohol, and caffeine.
Proven Techniques to Help Manage Anxiety
- Accept your anxiety. Facing your anxiety instead of just trying to suppress or ignore it is the first step to reducing its effects in your life. Accepting that dealing with anxiety can be a long-term struggle will free you to focus on managing your anxiety instead of fighting it.
- Get organized: Make to-do lists, tidy your home, and get rid of excess clutter. A clear space encourages a clear mind and will make you more efficient. Write important events down in a calendar or planner so no unnecessary mental power is spent on trying to remember deadlines and appointments.
- Plan ahead! Whether it's a day trip, a healthy meal, or tomorrow's work outfit, planning ahead will reduce last minute stress. Also, plan ahead for social activities with friends. Being social is important for our mental health, and preparing for it guarantees that relaxing occasions don't turn into something stressful.
- Make a list of worries and concerns. Sometimes putting anxieties on paper can help you identify real concerns from implausible fears.
- Get on a regular sleep schedule. Try to wake up and go to bed at the same time every night so that your body becomes trained to fall asleep at a certain time.
- Practice gratitude and regularly take time to recall the positive aspects of your life and situation.
More Tips to Reduce Worry and Stress
It takes a conscious effort to calm the mind and body enough to allow the body’s natural and relaxed state to return — what is known as the “relaxation response”.
This term was coined by cardiologist Herbert Benson to refer to the responses manifested when the body is in a state of calm. The specific responses, lowered heart rate and blood pressure, deep relaxed breathing, muscle repose, feelings of well-being and mental calm, can be encouraged through the practice of exercises such as the following:
- Yoga or tai chi. Both tai chi and certain forms of yoga (hatha yoga, yin yoga) use mindful exercises and breathing to relax the mind and body. Those new to the practice might find it helpful to attend classes first to learn the basic techniques and skills.
- Autogenic relaxation is a self-directed relaxation method useful when the environment you are in is stressful and getting away is difficult or impossible. Begin by imagining yourself in a peaceful, relaxed setting. Then, starting from your feet on up, concentrate on relaxing each body part in turn, until the whole body is relaxed and at peace.
- Guided relaxation is when you listen to and follow a therapist, i.e. in a group session or on an audio recording, who leads you into relaxation through breathing, guided exercises, and mantras.
- Breathing exercises. See our blog about abdominal breathing.
- Meditation. Here is a simple, effective meditation technique you can begin to practice today.