Energy Level Support Formulas“Low energy” is one of the most common complaints doctors and health professionals hear. Usually, the person is looking for some miracle pill to solve the problem. But, unfortunately, they are not likely to find it. ...
It is recommended that most people take a good multivitamin, multimineral, or antioxidant blend. We also encourage everyone to visit their physician for a routine checkup.
Ideally, you want to look for the underlying cause of the problem, with the help of your doctor, ruling out any medical issues that might be contributing to the condition. For example, if the cause of the lack of energy is stress, suboptimal nutrition, or overexertion, the use of nutritional supplements might help.
Certain nutrients and herbs help with low-energy conditions in a general sense. For example, a deficiency of vitamin B12 can cause fatigue, and taking extra vitamin B12 can increase energy, even when there is no deficiency.
It was previously thought that this could only be achieved through an injection. However, we now know that high doses of B12 taken orally will also work. Therefore, extra amounts of the entire B-complex family should be taken.
In addition, some have found that the amino acid L-carnitine can help, perhaps because it increases the efficiency of cellular energy production. Adaptogenic herbs such as Rhodiola, Ashwagandha, and Eleutherococcus are also helpful. Read More
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