If you are suffering from a case of afternoon slumps then eat or smell peppermint.
It is known to wake up and help decrease fatigue.
In fact research at the University of Northumbria found that in a test involving word recall, peppermint-gum chewer’s scores were up to 36% higher than non-chewers.
They also say that Siberian Ginseng which has been around for centuries is known for its anti-fatigue qualities. It acts like a tonic, which can then increase the body’s vital energy.
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6 thoughts on “AN EASY WAY TO HELP WITH FATIGUE…”
Oh thank you for this tip. Have a great evening. X
Your very welcome 🙂 xx
Oh I must try this – thanks xxx
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If it’s true that Siberian Ginseng has its anti-fatigue qualities that It acts like a tonic, which can then increase the body’s vital energy then it would be great!!! I’d like to know about this so please keep on blogging…Thanks!
If it’s true that peppermint can decrease fatigue then we must try it.It’s affordable and easy to find.I’ll share this to my friends who are prone to fatigue and physical exhaustion.thanks!