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 5 most common causes of fatigue

And how to overcome them?

Do you often suffer from a lack of energy and consequently even fatigue? Lack of energy is a common companion of a modern person, manifested in fatigue, drowsiness, inefficiency in physical or mental work, inability to concentrate, and more. Therefore, it is important to find its cause.

There can be several different causes: 

  • lack of sleep,
  • stress, 
  • dehydration, 
  • poor diet,
  • deficiency in iron and other key nutrients.

When we feel that we lack energy, we usually reach for coffee. It’s important to know that drinking coffee or energy drinks are not only short-term solutions but also not the healthiest. First things first, it is important to include healthy habits in your life:

 

  • Get enough sleep (at least 8 hours).  
  • Avoid stressful situations or try to respond and deal with them in the calmest way possible. Everything will be ok without you stressing over it.
  • Stay away from bad habits such as drinking alcohol, drugs, late nights, unhealthy food and physical exhaustion.
  • Drink enough water (at least 2 litres per day) and eat whole and diverse food.
  • Exercise. At least 3 times a week take the time to do some kind of physical activity and even better, do it outside to get some fresh air. 
  • When you include healthy habits in your life, the next step is to invest in several supplements which will nourish your body and give it longlasting energy.
The first energizing drink is without a doubt, Matcha Chai.

Matcha Chai is a Matcha-flavoured drink spiced with cinnamon, naturally sweetened with locust bean and enriched with rice milk powder. It improves concentration and memory, helps increase energy and is an excellent source of antioxidants due to the active ingredients of Matcha, cinnamon and ginger.

The recommended daily intake is 10g or 2 tbsp. Stir into a cup (250 mL) of water or plant milk and mix well till it foams. Sit on the couch, take your favourite book and enjoy this unique tea.

Another delicious drink great for pampering and boosting energy levels is Golden Curcuma latte.

 

It is a Curcuma-flavoured drink enriched with cinnamon and ginger that contains rice milk powder. We already know about the healing properties of cinnamon and ginger, but turmeric is a spice with a characteristic yellow colour that has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant effects, strengthens the immune system and speeds up digestion. Drink Golden Curcuma latte if you are looking for a healthy, natural and decaffeinated coffee substitute or feel tired, need more energy, and want to strengthen your immune system.

The recommended daily intake is 10g or 2 tbsp. Stir in a cup (250 mL) of water or vegetable milk and mix well to foam.

Maca also deserves credit for its energy-boosting powers

Maca is a plant from the Andes, one of the few that have managed to adapt to difficult conditions at an altitude of more than 4,400 meters, so it is considered an extremely resistant plant. Maca has been valued by Peruvian Indians for centuries for its underground root part, which is called the “miracle root”. Maca supports physical and mental performance, raises energy levels, enhances sexual strength and increases fertility.

The recommended daily intake is 3-5g or 1 teaspoon. Stir it into fruit or vegetable juices or water. Maca has a rich, sweet taste that goes well with cocoa.

Speaking of cocoa – one of the energy-boosting drinks is definitely Bio raw cacao

Nature’s Finest cacao powder is a rich source of magnesium and iron that help reduce fatigue and zinc, which acts as an antioxidant.

A popular coffee alternative is also Guarana –  an indigenous plant from the Brazilian Amazon rainforest.

Its seeds and its powder are chemically similar to caffeine guaranineGuaranine is insoluble in water and is released into the bloodstream much more slowly, providing a more lasting effect than a stimulant.

Guarana speeds up metabolism and improves concentration. And what’s most interesting – it contains as much as 2x more caffeine than regular coffee.

The recommended daily intake of  Bio Guarana powder is 1 g or 1/3 teaspoon you mix with smoothies, water or tea.

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