Energizers are products and substances that act on neurotransmitters in the nervous system and cause a sense of wellbeing, sleep away the tiredness and fatigue. There are also chemical and natural energizers.
Among the so-called energy drinks are natural and restorative pollen, ginseng, the gingko biloba, yerba mate, ginger, raw oats, raisins and golden lapacho. Although sometimes dismissed, herbs are also a great source of nutrients and energy. These are highlighted in parsley, basil, rosemary, cinnamon, mint and juniper.
Natural energy drinks are particularly suitable for college students who spend long hours studying, in need of constant mental activity. The gingko biloba and ginger is also marketed as teas or capsules and are ideal to maintain concentration and prevent fatigue. They are also ideal for alleviating stress.
Some fruits such as guava have also proved to be energizing and prevention of fatigue. Another very energizing food is chocolate, ideal for activating brain function through sinigual pleasure. For athletes, energy bars are eaten as a delicacy and are suitable for eating after a strong workout.
Currently, the market can achieve in a variety of energizing drinkable. However, we must not abuse them because they contain high calorific value as well as producing heartburn by caffeine they contain. Another recommendation is not to mix with alcohol or with aspirin or other medications as it may cause unwanted effects such as tachycardia, sweating, increased blood pressure. Therefore, commercial energy drinks are good if not take more than three or four per week and on different days.