We live in a fast-paced world where we’re required to focus and perform at high levels. Here’s the problem. This lifestyle leaves little room for rest, relaxation, and exercise. The side-effects of which are fatigue, poor health, and poor performance. It’s a paradox. So, what can you do to reduce fatigue and boost energy? It’s simple, get a healthy dose of exercise and the right nutrients for your body.
Research that’s been around for more than a decade suggests that regular exercise can increase energy levels even in those who are suffering from chronic diseases like cancer and heart disease. It seems to be counter-intuitive, but essentially paying out energy by getting regular exercise might pay off with increased energy in the long run.
Yes, when you’re tired the last thing you want to do is exercise, but being just a little bit more active will actually help. Here’s how it works. When a sedentary person starts to exercise it will enhance the blood flow that carries oxygen and nutrients to their muscles, which improves their ability to produce more energy.
What are some exercises that can boost energy?
If you find yourself too busy or with little time on your hands, here are 3 simple exercises you can do that will help you increase your energy levels.
- Cardio: even a 15-minute walk gets your blood pumping and moves oxygen through your body.
- Yoga: you don’t have to go to a full hour class to do this, just 15 to 20 minutes of simple yoga at home can boost your circulation and production of adrenaline.
- Get Techy: there are tons of apps available that offer short workouts that range from 7 to 20 minutes.
Get yourself moving, and within a week you’ll definitely see a change in your energy levels.
What nutrients does your body need to fight fatigue?
Your diet may not be the main cause of your fatigue, but ensuring that you receive all the nutrients that it needs will help to fight it off and add more bounce to your step. Here are 6 types of nutrients that will help you boost your energy levels.
- Protein: Fish, meat, dairy products, beans
- Iron: Red meat, molasses, beans
- Complex carbohydrates: Whole grains, fruits, vegetables
- Vitamin C: Citrus fruits, peppers, broccoli
- Magnesium: Pumpkin seeds, spinach
- Potassium: Spinach, avocados, squash
What role does Celergen play?
Celergen promotes the efficient repair and replacement of damaged and dead cells. What this does is renew and heal the body. This process is vital in keeping our tissues and organs in optimal condition. By doing this, you’re ensuring that your body functions efficiently in delivering oxygen and nutrients (especially the ones carried in Celergen) throughout your body.
The benefits you can expect from taking Celergen:
- Boosted energy and enhanced stamina
- Fast recovery from workouts and physical exertions
- Improved performances and results
So rather than reaching for a sports drink, energy bar, or cup of coffee, lace up your shoes, get active, and take Celergen.