What spring fever? These tried-and-tested tips will give you new energy, health and beauty!

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What spring fever? These tried-and-tested tips will give you new energy, health and beauty!

 

If you're one of those who feels like spring fever is just kicking in and you're running low on energy, read on. We've decided to round up the best pick-me-up tips and tricks to ward off fatigue, freshen up your look and make it through to summer!

Seasonal depression is actually more common than we think - mild irritability, restlessness and general dissatisfaction are associated with a change in the circadian rhythm, but also to sunlight (or lack of it in our climate). The transition from winter to spring affects our skin, hair and gut. Very often, in spring, the skin is dry, pale, lifeless and in desperate need of exfoliation and rejuvenation. Hair loss is also quite common, with hair follicles going into a resting phase in spring, leading to faster hair loss. Gut health, on the other hand, contributes to overall well-being and energy levels. To this end, it is important to consciously include fresh foods containing prebiotics in your diet, and health and beauty supplements are also essential. To do this, it is important to consciously include foods containing fresh prebiotics in your diet, and food supplements that support health and beauty are also essential.

 

So what can you do to combat spring fever and its symptoms?

 

Choose fresh and colourful meals. Colourful salads, fresh sprouts and green onions, avocados, broccoli and, in fact, all fruit and vegetables are invigorating for the gut and the body. Smoothies are also a good idea! But what if the smoothie was already made and put in a tube, with collagen added to it? Yes, such a product does exist in the form of Beauty Smoothie with Collagen.

Go outside! Sunlight and fresh air can help lift your mood. Remember that the first steps of getting up from the couch and getting dressed are the hardest - from there it's easier and you'll be glad you moved around a bit.

Sleep with pleasure! Longer days can also affect your sleep patterns. Create a relaxing bedtime routine - a good cup of tea, less phone light and some nice music. Try to go to bed always at the same time and sleep at least 8 hours.

Moisturize yourself inside and out. It's also very important to drink more water than usual when temperatures are already starting to rise. For example, find a fancy reusable water bottle, carry it with you and fill it up constantly. Don't forget to moisturize your skin as well. It's not too late to take advantage of Flawless, a light but effective cream with retinol and hyaluronic acid. But please note that when using products with retinol, you should definitely use a sunscreen cream right away.

Sun protection. If you'll be spending more time outdoors, don't forget about sun protection as well. To prevent aging of the skin of the face, sunscreen is recommended to be used daily, and not only during sunbathing. Sunscreen products should be chosen according to skin type. Take a peek into our sunscreen category and find the right cream for you.

 

Which vitamins are especially important in the spring?

 

Here are 10 vitamins and minerals that can help solve problems such as hair loss, fatigue and dry skin:

1: Known as the 'sun vitamin', vitamin D plays an important role in bone health, immune system functioning and mood regulation. In spring, being outdoors can help your body to produce vitamin D naturally.

2. Vitamin C: This antioxidant supports the production of collagen, which is essential for healthy skin, hair and nails. It also strengthens your immune system and helps fight fatigue.

3. Biotin (vitamin B7): Biotin promotes hair and nail growth. It is often recommended for those with hair loss or brittle nails.

4. Iron deficiency can cause fatigue and hair loss. Include iron-rich foods such as leafy greens, legumes and lean meats in your diet.

5. Zinc supports immune function and skin health. It is involved in wound healing and can help fight dry skin.

6. Omega-3 fatty acids: These healthy fats reduce inflammation, support brain health and keep skin hydrated. Sources include fatty fish (such as salmon), flaxseeds and walnuts.

7. Magnesium: Magnesium helps regulate stress hormones and supports muscle function. It can also improve sleep quality and reduce anxiety.

8. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that protects the skin from oxidative damage. It is found in nuts, seeds and vegetable oils.

9. Vitamin A: Essential for skin health, vitamin A promotes cell movement and helps maintain healthy vision. Carrots, sweet potatoes and spinach are good sources.

10. B vitamins (especially B6 and B12): these vitamins play a role in energy production, mood regulation and general well-being.

The most common accompanying concern of spring fever in women is seasonal hair loss. Although there can be many other causes of hair falling out, the Novophane food supplement, developed specifically for hair and nail health, can help.

 

So, there a whole range of tools to combat spring fever, however one very important component is good mood and good relationships.

 

Be kinder to yourself - you don't have to face the summer with a perfect weight, a polished look, an impeccable wardrobe and so on. Take it step by step and keep yourself on track to your goals, use products that make you feel better, socialise with people who make you feel good and take time to relax, chat and be with your girlfriends.

 

Have a great spring!

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