Do You Experience Spring Fatigue?Print
When the days get longer, the body increases the production of the happiness chemical serotonin. At the same time, levels of hormones more active during the winter are still elevated. This hormonal change is thought to contribute to tiredness. In addition, as a reaction to raising temperatures, the blood vessels in the body can dilate, resulting in lower blood pressure and possibly fatigue. Many people also suffer from a vitamin deficiency due to decreased consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables in the winter.
Symptoms of spring fatigue can include tiredness, a greater need for sleep, weariness, irritability, circulatory problems, headaches and dizziness.
Restore your energy levels
As spring fatigue itself is no disease, there is a lot you can do to restore your energy levels at springtime. Our tips for you to restore energy levels:
• Get more outdoor exercise
• Drink enough water
• Take hot & cold showers
• Get fresh, nutrient-dense food
Good supplements for restoring your energy levels:
1900 - Ribogen™ French Oak Wood Extract
RiboGen™ French Oak Wood Extract was developed to provide a more effective solution to general fatigue which must must originate at the cellular level. This is the level where Ribosomes operate, small factories in our cells that create the proteins the body requires for structure and function including energy metabolism.
1904 - NAD+ Cell Regenerator™ Nicotinamide Riboside
Many older people are experiencing fatigue and lack of motivation which might be because of an age-related decline in NAD+ levels which can impair healthy cellular metabolism. The active ingredient in this formula boosts NAD+ which promotes systemic youthful functions and can be found in every cell in the body.
1628 - Adrenal Energy Formula
Adrenal Energy Formula™ combines four known extracts (Holy Basil, Cordyceps, Bacopa and Ashwagandha) scientifically proven to support homeostasis, even during very stressful days. These extracts modulate different stress-related changes in your body. When combined, they may complement each other to provide complete stress defence!