The Energy Saver
Think of your body like the battery on your phone. When it’s at 100 percent you feel great but as it gets closer to being empty you have a hard time getting anything done. It’s very important to make sure that you’re taking care of your body in the right ways. This way you won’t constantly feel like you’re running on empty. Sometimes, having low energy is inevitable after long days at work or even if you have any pre-existing health problems going on.
I wasn’t planning on getting all scientific but I promise it’ll be short. As you may or may not know, Mitochondria is the power source of your body. It’s what produces ATP, which produces the energy in your body. If you feel like you have low energy, it probably means that you are running low on ATP. As you get older, your body naturally has a harder time producing it. That is why you may feel like you have less energy as you get older.
While you probably want a refund on adulthood right about now, there are some things that you can do throughout your day that can help you conserve as much energy as possible. If you go to any store you’ll see different types of medications that say they can help with “boosting your energy levels.” To be fair, a lot of the time there really isn’t any scientific evidence that proves they actually work.
There are a lot of times that even changing the way you do things throughout your day can give you the newfound energy you’ve been wanting. Healthline helps us with some of them:
- Number one on the list is to control your stress levels! Living life is naturally a very stressful thing. Overloading yourself with it will only take up so much of your energy. There are different relaxation therapies like yoga, meditation, and even joining a support group are great ways to shoot down this pesky bug we call stress.
- Number two is to exercise. This may be a touchy subject to some people because a lot of us may connect exercising to pain and sore muscles. The term exercise is actually so broad. Even walking to the grocery store instead of driving can be considered exercise. You may find yourself de-stressing if you take time to put all of your stress into something positive. It could range from sweating after a run or even taking yoga classes. This will aid in making your body healthier overall.
- Number three is our favorite part of the day. Sleep! It’s something that a lot of us enjoy to do but you’d be surprised at how little some of us actually do it. While it’s important to make sure you have a healthy sleeping schedule, it’s also important that you allow yourself time to rest if you need it.
Taking away those three small steps, we do offer a vitamin shot for energy that you don’t want to miss out on. It’s called the Super B12 shot. It’s filled with Methylcobalamin 2500. This is going to help you feel revived and refreshed. Being tired won’t even be on your mind.
Call us at the IV Lounge to see any other shots that may help you. You could even set up your appointment on the spot.
West, Helen. “9 Natural Ways To Boost Your Energy Levels.” Healthline, 27 November 2017, https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/how-to-boost-energy.