Spring fever: When and why worlds collide

At last, spring has arrived. The days are getting longer, the sun shines brighter and nature is in full bloom. For many, a reason to rejoice over a new surge in energy like that described by Public Health Professor Smolensky. For others, the transition from winter to spring brings fatigue, tiredness and sleep disturbances. Doctors attribute this to a circadian imbalance between happiness hormones like serotonin and sleep hormones like melatonin. When the seasons change, our body has to get used to longer periods of sunlight. The warmer temperatures make the blood vessels dilate and the blood pressure drop. So what gets us energized? Going outside, exercising in the fresh air and filling up on natural light all cranks up our production of happiness hormones. During the current crisis, however, with curfews and sheltering-in-place to prevent the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, we may not spend enough time outdoors. Yet there are myriad ways we can adjust our hormones and our inner clock to spring. One recommended method is to take dietary supplements.

biosyn’s Microsan helps fight fatigue and supports brain function: All its ingredients – magnesium, vitamin B6, B9, B12, and vitamin C – promote normal functioning of the nervous and psychosomatic systems. They also contribute to reducing tiredness, while harmonizing heart and muscle functions. Gluten-free, lactose-free and yeast-free Microsan is also suitable for vegetarians and vegans. For more about how the optimally dosed ingredients in this dietary supplement work in synergy to fight fatigue and give your body a welcome energy boost, download the product folder here:

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