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Ways to boost your energy

Are you waking up tired, feeling unwell and barely powering through the day? Are you constantly tired and lack energy, even though you drink huge amounts of coffee? There are thousands of reasons for fatigue and low energy levels. The most common are lack of sleep, excessive caffeine intake, poor diet, dehydration, stress, lack of physical activity and being overweight.

How to overcome fatigue and boost energy levels?
  • More sleep and establishing a routine

Lack of sleep manifests itself in the long run in constant fatigue and low energy levels. That’s why it’s important to create a sleep routine, a kind of sleep schedule. Even if you think you’ll be able to catch up on sleep over the weekend and sleep a little longer, research shows that it makes you even more tired. Try a establish a sleep routine and get an hour or two more sleep each day.

  • Drink enough water

Lack of water in the body consequently leads to dehydration, which causes fatigue and difficulty concentrating. Therefore, you must drink a sufficient amount of water throughout the day. Your body will be grateful for that.

  • Incorporate exercise into your daily routine

Too little exercise and physical activity is another reason for your fatigue and low energy levels. Go for a walk or run in nature or choose the physical activity that suits you best.

  • Reduce your caffeine intake

It may sound contradictory, but research shows that too much caffeine in the body causes fatigue. So try to reduce your caffeine intake by stopping drinking coffee, tea and energy drinks.

  • Add Maca powder to your diet

Maca – healing root from the mountainous Andes

Maca is a plant from the Andes, one of the few that were able to adapt to tough conditions at an altitude of more than 4,400 m. That’s why it is thought to be an extremely resilient plant. For centuries, the Peruvian Indians have appreciated Maca because of its root, which rightly bears the name “miraculous root”. The active ingredients of Maca come from the heart-shaped root. The root is consumed either raw, dried or ground. Maca is most often available in powder form, as it is the easiest way to add it to the diet.

Positive effects of Maca

Maca, or miracle root, as many call it, has many positive healing effects, so its use is becoming increasingly popular. It has high nutritional value and is an excellent source of carbohydrates, protein and dietary fibre. It also contains many essential vitamins and minerals. It contains vitamins B, C and E, and is also rich in iron, potassium, magnesium and amino acids. It has a high iron content, which is crucial for the formation of red blood cells. Iron deficiency in the body is manifested in concentration and memory problems, chronic fatigue, rapid heartbeat and arrhythmia. This is why it is important to eat foods that are rich in iron, such as maca. Maca is also a rich source of potassium, which reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, reduces fatigue and bloating, relieves muscle cramps, both in the heart and in other muscles in the body. It also has a beneficial effect on blood pressure levels.

This miraculous root has tremendous positive effects on the body and the human spirit. Its most well-known healing power is the energy boost, in addition to helping to improve physical performance, regulating emotional balance, relieving menstrual problems and menopausal symptoms.

How to boost your energy levels with the help of Maca?

One of the most positive properties of maca is the increase in energy levels in the body and that shows in a few days of its consumption. Maca can be a great alternative for all coffee lovers, as its effect is the same, and the better side of maca is that it does not contain caffeine, thus avoiding fatigue after the effect of caffeine subsides. Maca affects the adrenal gland and regulates blood sugar fluctuations, so the energy effect of maca is more balanced, long-lasting and even.

 

Consuming maca is also popular among athletes, as it is known to increase exercise capacity and endurance, raise energy levels and strength in the body, and also help with muscle growth.

Regulating emotional balance

Maca has a high content of those amino acids that regulate hormones in our body and support the endocrine system. Because they regulate the thyroid and adrenal glands, the consumption of maca is reflected in the regulation of emotional balance, as well as relieving the symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress. A fast-paced lifestyle, constant worries at home and at work are the main reasons for a stressful life. Stress is one of the most common causes of fatigue, and long-term stress also has many other negative consequences and has a bad effect on your health. With the help of consuming maca, you will achieve emotional balance, reduce stress levels and thus raise your energy levels and overcome fatigue.

 

Relieving menstrual problems and menopausal symptoms

Menstrual problems accompany almost every woman. They manifest in mental disorders such as depression, anxiety and irritability, as well as muscle cramps, headaches, fatigue and other problems. Regular consumption of maca will reduce the incidence and intensity of problems during menstruation. The use of maca helps to relieve muscle cramps, regulates mood swings and overcomes the fatigue we encounter during this period.

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Consuming maca is also recommended for menopausal and postmenopausal women, as it has been proven to relieve its symptoms. It helps reduce the intensity and appearance of hot flashes, helps reduce hair loss, problems with reduced libido, and also helps with sleep disorders. Maca really has a huge amount of healing effects and it would be a real shame to miss it in your daily diet. It is most often consumed in powder form, mixed in water, fruit and vegetable juices, cereals, salads, but you can also prepare a delicious maca coffee.

 

Maca powder from the Slovenian brand Nature’s finest is 100% natural and organically grown. It is the highest quality form of maca, without any additives. It helps raise energy, maintain vitality and regulate emotional balance.

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