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In Need of a Wake Up Call?



As I spend five days a week working on a computer for long periods, I often feel drowsy and tired throughout the day. In a bid to combat this tiredness, I have been looking for a boost that will help me get through my days more efficiently and make them more productive. I have tried various health supplements that prioritize providing a reviving effect, some of which have worked, and some that haven’t. Here is a list of my top three items that get me through my working week.

Vitamin tablets

I decided to try these after my dad started to see a real benefit from them. On a morning after a late-night or when you know you have a long day ahead of you, vitamin tablets help you to release energy throughout the day. By taking one tablet each morning and dissolving it into a glass of water, I am able to get my energy fix easily and efficiently.

Eye drops

As I wear contact lenses regularly, I was a bit dubious about trying these when my friend recommended them to me. However, there is a wide range of eye drops on the market today, which are suited for people who wear contact lenses as well as those who don’t. Eyes drops are available for a range of specialist areas, including dry, irritated, and tired eyes. By simply adding a drop or two into each eye when you’re feeling a little tired, you should be given the boost you need.

Energy drinks

Energy drinks don’t usually have a significant effect on me, but after trying the new Lucozade revive range, which is low in calories and sugar, I have changed my mind. Like me, many people have put off energy drinks due to the high contents of sugar, which is extremely unhealthy for your diet. With just 50 calories in each bottle, I thought I might as well try it out. The lemongrass and ginger flavor offers a light and tingly feel, which is refreshing and lives up to its name.

By incorporating these essential health supplements products into those days when you need a little ‘pick me up,’ you will be able to achieve an energy boost to see you through the rest of the day.