Updated: Jun 6, 2018
Between back to school, birthdays, babies, work, family... it's safe to say that some of us are well past the point of keeping up with the wellness resolutions we had set for ourselves in January – the events of our daily lives are simply see-sawing too fast.
Your daily routine, whether controlled by work or your personal life, can sometimes slip out of balance and lead to a feeling of too-muchness. This is especially likely to happen as the year starts approaching the midway mark.
An unbalanced lifestyle can have an impact on your mental wellbeing, and if not taken care of properly, your mental exhaustion will start to mirror in your physical appearance.
Your main mission, as we slowly approach the middle of the year, is getting your lifestyle back in balance. It can be as basic as adding more or less to your diet - LESS unhealthy sugars and MORE vitamins and minerals.
What you put in your mouth will have a direct impact on the energy levels in your body. Vitamins and minerals are essential and the optimal amount can be difficult to find in the modern foods we consume. A FoodState® product like Ultragard Fortè from Sportron can be the answer to this problem. The body recognises FoodState® supplements as food, making it easier for the body to absorb and send to the areas in your system that lack in certain vitamins and minerals.
If exhaustion and stress are two of your main problems, then consider Sportron's Neurotron and Energard. These products have been specifically developed to help with unbalanced energy levels. The supplements provide the nervous system with nutrients essential for optimal functioning - keeping you sharp and focused.
Consider these products if you:
• Have excessive fatigue and by stress and unable to cope.
• Feel overwhelmed.
• Have no energy.
• Feeling rundown.
• Getting enough sleep but wake up tired.
• Have little stamina and slow to recover from exercise.
• Are slow to recover from illness and injuries.
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