The Health Benefits Of Drinking Tea

Are you someone who loves tea?  Some of you may love the taste of it and others may enjoy the act of preparing your tea; boiling the water, steeping the tea bag, taking in the wonderful smells.  Well there are a lot of benefits to drinking tea and a wide variety of teas that are used for different health needs.  Read the following useful information to find out more.  


This tea is thought to help lift our moods, while calming us.  I enjoy chamomile tea at the end of my day because it helps to relax me and makes it easier for me to fall asleep. Amazingly, this tea can also aid us in treating depression.  According to, A study was done in which depressed patients were given chamomile-extract capsules for eight weeks and there was a 20 to 30 percent reduction in symptoms of depression.  



This type of tea is thought to help boost our immune system, so it’s excellent to drink when we’re sick.  It’s great at providing vitamin C.  And those of us who are worried about wrinkles, this tea is thought to aid in the production of collagen.  


This tea is great for so many reasons.  It’s known to help us slim down, and a certain compound found in tea may slow down our weight gain from some fatty foods by up to 45 percent! The tea also helps us to wake up without having our bodies crash a couple hours later.  If I want to skip coffee in the morning, I’ll have some green tea because it helps to both relax me and keep me alert.  


This tea helps decrease bloating and stomach aches.  If you’re sick with a stomach ache or have a specific stomach condition, it is advised to sip some of this tea when you’re feeing uncomfortable.  This tea is thought to help relax the body.  

Remember to consult your physician or chiropractor before taking any health advice,

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