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The Best Natural Homeopathic Vitamins For Energy
I am currently training at the gym and eating clean is there any natural vitamins I can take to give me energy and iron?
No, supplements: If you are in good health and doing regular exercises and eating regular meals then there is no need for vitamin or iron supplements. There is enough vitamin and minerals in foods, leafy vegetables, meat, nuts, fruits etc. These are the natural vitamins and minerals, there is no need for these artificial products if you are in good health. ...Read more
Best way to gain energy? Best fruits? Vitamins? Is the Alive vitamin a good one to take for energy?
I am taking 25mg of quetiapine and I seem to have no energy in the morning. Is this normal and would it be best to take a multi vitamin at night?
Always tired. Really need vitamins to boost my Energy. I'm also breast feeding. What vitamins would be best to take?
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The best one is: Sleep! so get enough quality rest. If that is lacking/hard to do you can use a b vitamins (plenty of products over the counter like 5hour energy) or coffee. Exercise will also boost your energy level so moderate exercise (brisk walking) 2-3 times per week has many benefits besides energy. ...Read more
Vitamins: A good multivitamin is a good idea. It's like an insurance policy for when we don't eat right, don't sleep well, or are especially stressed. Go to a good store or get some guidance because the popular brands are typically very week and not helpful. Eat well, move well, rest well. These are all factors also. Please see doc to get vitamin levels tested. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Vitamins: If you are deficient in any vitamins, a supplement may increase your energy, if you are not deficient vitamins will nothelp. ...Read more
Don't believe ads: 1st things 1st. Find out why you need more energy. Depression? Anemia? Underactive thyroid? Heart or kidney failure? Poor sleep? Uncontrolled diabetes? Obesity? There are pills to fix most medical conditions but it's safer if you can keep yourself healthy in the first place. No vitamins actually boost your energy no matter what manufacturers advertise unless you're truly deficient. Go see ur doc. ...Read more
Probably few or None: Energy comes from within. Lots of products are marketed as magical, like caffeine & sugar in energy drinks. But, as always, keep in mind that this is marketing, does not require any carefully designed & controlled scientific trials to verify claims. Buyer beware always applies. Regular exercise, preferably in ways you both enjoy & make connections with others are the most successful. See: nusi. Org. ...Read more
Not likely unless...: Unless you're truly deficient, it's not likely that you'll find much benefit from b complex vitamins. Sure we look for B12 & folate (folic acid) deficiency in alzheimer's dementia, but I have yet to correct someone's levels & return their thinking process. If you drink alcohol to excess & forgo proper balanced nutrition, you can run low on b vitamins for which extra might be useful but this is pretty rare. ...Read more
None From Supplement: I am not a big believer in vitamin supplements. They are far more effective when they come from a well balanced diet. Unless you are known to specifically be defficient in a vitamin, there is no need to take supplements. I think life style choices like eating properly, getting enought sleep, and excercising should give you the energy you need. ...Read more
Vitamin B12: It may help with low energy levels depending on the cause. It is always best to consult a physician to determine the cause of fatigue, low energy, weakness, asthenia, etc. Before self-medicating with vitamin supplements. While vitamin B12 is safe, the cause for feeling tired may have to do with something unrelated to it. ...Read more
It depends...: This depends on your diet, exposure to environmental toxins, genetics etc. Vitamins are no substitute for a healthy diet, but I advise a quality multivit. With natural E & the L-5-MTHF form of folate, (folic acid) without additives like titanium dioxide or polyethylene glycol, also Vit. C, about 1, 000 mg 2x/day and D3 5000 iu/day (D3 esp. In fall and winter but year-round if you don't get much sun), See comment: ...Read more
It does not.: Unless you are deficient in b12, it will not provide and "boost" of energy. You can take it at night! ...Read more
No magic: You're looking for a panacea. A magic bullet. They don't exist. Be sure you get enough sleep, have a job or goal that gives you satisfaction, good interpersonal relationships, eat a balanced diet. attain and maintain normal or nearly normal weight. Avoid sedatives, alcohol, and nicotine. Recognize that withdrawal from caffeine is real and you'll go thru a period of fatigue till you're over it. ...Read more
Multi, Nutrient dense:
Can't say which will help YOU most, but all Vits are necessary for good health so advise a quality mulivit.- see https://www. Multivitaminguide. Org/ for rankings of 101 brands- any in top 30 great. Advise a diet rich in nutrient-dense foods- see http://tinyurl. Com/ktampgg
Avoid sweets, fried foods, artificial sweeteners. CoQ10, and herbs like ashwagandha, rhodiola & cordyceps often help as well. ...Read more
Energy: Exercise to improve pulmonary endurance with progressively increasing short demanding exercises like wind sprints and cross training. Consider lots of b vitamins and aminos for energy. ...Read more
No. Just marketing.: Both energy and concentration are a result of interest, determination and expenditure of will to achieve. Yet magical fixes for all sorts or human wishes are widely marketed to sell stuff to individuals with more money that wisdom. ...Read more
Possibly...: Ongoing fatigue can be a symptom of a number of different issues, and so the first thing you would want to do is make an appointment with your physician for some bloodwork (cbc, metabolic panels, etc) and a possible sleep study to make sure there is not a physical reason for the fatigue. If all is ok, regular exercise, nutrition, and healthy sleep habits will be more helpful than meds. ...Read more
I am a 44 year old male. I am desperately trying to find the right vitamins to take for energy loss. I am trying to get more energy. Help!
Get seen: The vast majority of people get no benefit whatever from taking vitamins. Especially at your age, you need a decent history & physical exam and blood work. A look at your life circumstances & emotions might also be worthwhile -- when things are rough you feel tired, vitamins or no. Health doesn't come out of a pill bottle. Please get with a competent physician. ...Read more
When I go out. .. After a while I get so tired.. Basically I lose my energy! What should I eat in order to have enough energy? Any vitamins?
Hard to say but...:
This is impossible to answer as there are many possible causes; I advise an evaluation by a holistic md- check thyroid ; adrenals, etc. If you get tired only when you go out, what do you do when you go out? It may be what you should not eat. Most restaurant food (fast or not) is loaded with gmo's, cooked in gmo corn, soy or canola oil- see http://bit. Ly/19xax7e
you can try a good multivitamin. ...Read more
If I take vitamins or such to help with energy bc I'm always extremely tired it makes it worse. Why? What can I do to have any kind of energy?
Find out why: Vitamins will not give you energy unless you're severely vitamin deficient, which would be unusual in the United States. You need to find out why you're fatigued. The most common causes in a 37 year old woman would be depression and iron-deficiency anemia due to menstrual blood loss. ...Read more
No: Lack of energy can come from a variety of situations. Dehydration (not drinking at least 5 cups of water a day), lack of sleep/poor sleep, skipping meals, stress, sleep apnea/snoring, chronic sinus problems, caffeine withdrawal, chronic illness (such as anemia) or allergies can cause low energy. See your doctor. ...Read more
No: Vitamin B12 is commonly thought of as a vitamin that improves energy. This is a common misconception. Individuals who have B12 deficiency may become anemic causing tiredness. In these individuals, a B12 shot will improve anemia and thus improve energy. However, non-anemic individuals who receive a B12 injection will not have more energy. ...Read more