3 Ways To Naturally Boost Your Energy

3 Ways To Naturally Boost Your Energy

Published by Wonder Laboratories on Dec 22nd 2015

When you need a boost of energy, do you automatically refill your coffee cup? Or grab an energy-boosting shot or drink? Perhaps a chocolate bar gives you the sugar boost to help you make it through the rest of the day. However, these energy boosters can sometimes leave you crashing when the effects wear off. Try boosting your energy naturally with these 3 tips.

1. Drink plenty of water.

You've often heard that you need to drink plenty of water. It's the one fluid you can reach for with confidence that it will provide what your body needs to stay energized. If you're dehydrated, you're more likely to feel fatigued. So, drink up. Seven to 8 glasses of water a day can help your body clear toxins and keep you feeling alert.

2. Avoid alcohol.

The studies are in. Actually, a lot of them. And the conclusion is, according to Harvard Health Books, that a glass of wine or cocktail may help you fall asleep more quickly, but it interferes with your ability to fall into a deep sleep. Or what's called REM sleep. If you're not getting an adequate amount of this deep sleep, you're likely not feeling energized in the morning.

3. Take a Vitamin B supplement.

How are your Vitamin B levels? You can get this vitamin with a healthy diet rich in green vegetables, lean meats, whole or fortified grains, and dairy. However, if you're not getting adequate levels of Vitamin B-12, you're at risk for anemia — which can leave you feeling tired. Combined with Vitamin B-6 and folic acid, Vitamin B-12 can help you maintain an energetic lifestyle. Here's how it works. As a whole, the family of B vitamins promotes healthy skin, eyes, hair and liver. Part of their function is to help the body convert carbohydrates into glucose — the fuel that helps us have energy. Need a Vitamin B complex? Here is a breakdown of the ingredients in Wonder Lab's Sublingual Vitamin B-12, B-6 with Folic Acid, as well as the advanced formula that contains Biotin, and how this combination can be beneficial in supplementing your daily diet. Vitamin B-12 – This vitamin is considered essential for the metabolism of carbohydrates, formulation of red blood cells and nerve tissue, and for energy production. In its sublingual form, Vitamin B-12 can be quickly absorbed into the body by placing it under the tongue. Vitamin B-6 – This vitamin helps your body absorb Vitamin B-12, and is considered essential for normal brain development and a healthy nervous system. Additionally, it helps your body produce serotonin, which helps with mood, and melatonin, which helps control your natural sleep and wake cycles. Folic acid – This form of B vitamin nutritionally supports healthy cardiovascular function. Biotin – This coenzyme and B vitamin nutritionally supports enhanced absorption and utilization of Vitamin B-12. Directions: Adults and children 12 or more years of age. As a dietary supplement, take one tablet daily — allowing it to dissolve under the tongue.

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