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Feb. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Looking for an easy and delicious way to manage stress? Serenity Tea Sips (
https://www.serenityteasips.com) is encouraging customers to take the time to "Sit – Sip – Relax"® with a cup or glass of tea. Website visitors can access the latest scientific evidence about stress reduction, learn about teas and how to brew the perfect cup, and purchase high-quality loose leaf teas and tisanes that soothe away tension.
"Stress is the number-one health issue facing Americans today," said
Cynthia Blair, company president. "I've spent more than three decades in the healthcare field, and I've seen the long-term damage it can have on the human body. People not only make poor choices regarding dietary habits and substance abuse, but they may also develop cancer, heart disease, depression, dental caries, diabetes and osteoporosis. We all should make decompressing a daily practice."
Blair's time spent conducting occupational safety, health and wellness seminars taught her that people were most likely to implement quick and easy solutions, and tea fit the bill for her new goal. "Every day, the international medical community finds new evidence of tea's health properties," she said. "Research centers like The National Cancer Institute and the Linus Pauling Institute are studying and sponsoring studies of tea's role in the prevention and treatment of many diseases and disorders. And it's already known that tea is good for smaller waistlines, sharper minds, stronger bones and healthier hearts."
Blair founded Serenity Tea Sips in 2011 and made it her mission to help others find the serenity that often goes missing in the bustle and pressure of modern life. "The majority of us simply do not take the time to slow down and pace ourselves, thus my 'Sit – Sip – Relax'® tag line," she explained. "In addition to its health benefits, the tea leaf's chemical composition ensures that you don't get the 'caffeine jolt' that you'd get from coffee."