Welcome to my first article in the Short Thoughts Section. Today I will chat about holiday exhaustion.  If you want to drop by for a short read and helpful bite sized information, you have come to the right place!!

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Holiday Exhaustion

I am often asked: When I go on holiday I feel exhausted and often get sick. Why?

The festive season is almost upon us.

If you have been working day in and day out and your stress levels have shot through the roof. You could be suffering from adrenal exhaustion.

The adrenal glands are small structures attached to the top of each kidney. The human body has two adrenal glands that release chemicals called hormones into the bloodstream.

These hormones affect many parts of the human body. Adrenal hormones are also responsible for suppressing infections and pain.


When your adrenal glands are on their last legs, most people can keep on going by staying hyped up – for example, working long hours, or keeping up a regular supply of stimulants such as coffee, tea, energy drinks or cigarettes.


When the festive season arrives, you finally have time to kick back and get on that plane for your festive break; your adrenal glands go into retirement and your true state – utterly knackered- emerges.  And so holiday exhaustion comes for a visit.

You can frequently experience:
  • headaches,
  • nausea,
  • body aches,
  • flu-like symptoms
  • and you can feel chronically tired.

My advice to beat holiday exhaustion is:
  • eat healthily,
  • sleep longer,
  • do some mild exercise,
  • take 3g of vitamin C
  • and take Adrenucleo
Adrenucleo (An Ask Prof. Celene Favourite), which improves:
  • energy by supporting healthy metabolism
  • even fights hangovers with its high doses of vitamin B
  • and helps relive stress.

 

You can also think about taking Klamath (See my Klamath Review) which is also full of stress relievers and vitamin B. Don’t forget to do your research and consult a doctor or nutritionist if needed before taking any supplements.

Klamath, my supplement of choice


Meanwhile, it is imperative to start getting some balance in your life so you are not living on the verge of exhaustion.

Prepare yourself in time for an exhaustion-free holiday season.

If you would like to read a bit more on the subject of stress, please click on the link below.

https://askprofcelene.com/think-might-stressed/

And as a special treat I you are welcome to try out my Stress Busting Plan for Super Women.  I wish you a fun filled holiday season with sprinkles of boundless energy!! 🙂

 

 

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