For Bet­ter En­ergy

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As end-of-sum­mer fes­tiv­i­ties give way to back-to-school sea­son, par­ents and teens must jug­gle work sched­ules, school ac­tiv­i­ties, and so­cial events—but ev­ery­one can stay en­er­gized with a few sim­ple tips.

PRE­PARE FOR STRESS: More than any el­e­ment of mod­ern life, ner­vous ten­sion and worry may be lead­ing con­trib­u­tors to chronic fa­tigue. Ac­cord­ing to the Jour­nal of the Amer­i­can Med­i­cal As­so­ci­a­tion, stress may also trig­ger the adrenal glands to pro­duce hor­mones that may re­sult in di­ges­tive prob­lems, blood sugar im­bal­ances, and the re­sult­ing fa­tigue and ex­haus­tion. Prac­tice re­lax­ation tech­niques like med­i­ta­tion and use ex­er­cise to help re­lieve ten­sion. When pos­si­ble, sched­ule ex­tra time for daily ac­tiv­i­ties to avoid feel­ing rushed.

EX­PER­I­MENT WITH ARO­MATHER­APY: Sense of smell can trig­ger a va­ri­ety of sen­sa­tions, in­clud­ing feel­ings of well-be­ing and re­lax­ation. For ex­am­ple, cit­rus fruit like lemon can re­vive and sharpen the senses and im­prove men­tal clar­ity and alert­ness while fos­ter­ing a calm­ing mood. Us­ing an aro­mather­apy dif­fuser in the car can help pro­mote a re­laxed state when run­ning er­rands or drop­ping off chil­dren at school.

ADD SUP­PLE­MENTS: Nu­tri­ents such as vi­ta­mins C and D, mag­ne­sium, and potas­sium might be lack­ing in the diet, but sup­ple­ment­ing can help the body reen­er­gize while con­tribut­ing to over­all health—sup­port­ing the proper func­tion of the heart, kid­neys, mus­cles, nerves, and di­ges­tive sys­tem. Non-habit form­ing, stim­u­lant-free trueENERGY from Redd Reme­dies is one of our go-to’s: It sup­ports adrenal, thy­roid, and liver func­tion with rho­di­ola rosea, an herb that has been used for cen­turies to fight fa­tigue and in­crease phys­i­cal en­durance, work pro­duc­tiv­ity, and longevity.

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