Keep Your Focus this Autumn

September 15, 2016

Sad Tired Fatigued WomanWhile you might have sentimental reasons for staying focused with a sharp mind (like enjoying the little moments, and the big ones) there are lots of practical reasons to keep your mind sharp, too. So make sure you have support from things like colloidal gold on hand.

As the days get shorter, commuters are going to face some tough challenges: more night driving, both in the morning and evening; and driving while the sun impairs everyone’s vision as it rises and sets. While practice can help with night driving, sunrise and sunset are huge causes of accidents—you need to be able to focus on more than just your own vehicle and watch for others. Being focused and quick with memory for where the other cars are can make a huge difference.

Then there’s the shorter days, which can lull us into a sort of sleepy fatigue. I’m not talking about the energy drop that happens from less Vitamin D—you should be taking a daily multivitamin to help with that—I mean an actual drop in metabolism that happens for some people. New research suggests some people have DNA that is activated by certain conditions and that causes a slight metabolic shift with symptoms like fatigue, headaches, and more.

With nature seemingly working against you, how can your mind stay crisp as an autumn leaf?

-A good place to start is training your brain. Meditation, healthy routines and habits, and even little tricks like getting sunlight first thing in the morning can help keep you sharp and alert.

-Exercise, good nutrition, and plenty of water play a big part of your day-to-day energy levels. Pay attention to how everything from alertness, to your speed, to your short-term memory are affected by the basics!

-Get an extra boost from colloidal gold. Colloidal gold supports your nerves, helping reflexes and hand-eye coordination as well as your mind, reportedly boosting everything from memory to focus and clarity.

Have a safe, happy, and memorable fall!

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