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Are you suffering from low energy?

Low energy generally refers to a state of reduced physical or mental vigor and alertness. It can manifest as feelings of fatigue, lethargy, or a lack of motivation. Low energy levels can be caused by various factors, and they may be temporary or chronic. Some common causes of low energy include:

  1. Lack of Sleep: Insufficient or poor-quality sleep can lead to low energy levels.

  2. Stress and Anxiety: Mental stress and anxiety can contribute to feelings of fatigue and drain energy.

  3. Poor Nutrition: Inadequate intake of essential nutrients, dehydration, or imbalances in diet can impact energy levels.

  4. Medical Conditions: Certain medical conditions, such as anemia, hypothyroidism, chronic fatigue syndrome, or infections, can result in low energy.

  5. Lack of Physical Activity: Sedentary lifestyles or a lack of regular exercise can contribute to a decline in energy levels.

  6. Medication Side Effects: Some medications may have fatigue or low energy as a side effect.

  7. Depression: Depression often presents with symptoms of low energy, loss of interest, and persistent sadness.

It's essential to identify the underlying cause of low energy to address it appropriately. If low energy persists or is accompanied by other concerning symptoms, it's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional for a thorough evaluation. They can help determine the cause and develop a suitable treatment plan, which may involve lifestyle changes, medication, or other interventions depending on the specific situation.



1. Lumity Morning & Night

Our Morning & Night formula contains a blend of 29 Nutrients including essential Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids, Adaptogens and Omega 3’s. These ingredients are designed to support your overall wellbeing. The following nutrients are particularly beneficial if you are experiencing difficulties with poor sleep and low energy levels:

Vitamin B6 together with key Amino Acids (Arginine & Lysine) are proven to support the production of sleep-regulating hormones, melatonin and serotonin. These hormones help you to fall asleep more quickly whilst supporting better quality sleep.

Magnesium, Folate and Pantothenic Acid support  an efficient, energy-yielding metabolism (energy metabolism is the process of generating energy from nutrients). This means your body is able to transform nutrients into energy at an optimum rate. This in turn ensures a noticeable improvement in energy levels throughout the day, whilst reducing feelings of tiredness and fatigue.

In an  independent, placebo controlled, double blind clinical trial, 84% of participants found that they had more energy, better sleep and fewer instances of waking throughout the night whilst taking our award winning Morning & Night supplement .

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