Supplements for Energy

An overflowing calendar, daily hustle, or work can drain energy from just about anyone. However, you can effectively fight against both mental and physical fatigue.

Dietary supplements and vitamins for energy

Vilgain Greens Mix
Vilgain Greens Mix ⁠–⁠ 13 active ingredients including 4 superfoods, removes toxins and metabolites, supports immune and digestive functions
Lemonade 300 g
258
£21.99
Vilgain Magnesium Bisglycinate
Vilgain Magnesium Bisglycinate ⁠–⁠ the purest form of magnesium, highly absorbable, speeds up recovery and prevents muscle cramps
90 capsules
998
£9.99
Vilgain Pre-Workout
Vilgain Pre-Workout ⁠–⁠ mix for an energizing drink with caffeine, taurine, and theanine, boosts performance and delays fatigue
Lemon iced tea 240 g
£9.99
Vilgain Creatine Creapure®
Vilgain Creatine Creapure® ⁠–⁠ the purest source of creatine on the market, German-sourced and supports strength and performance
300 g
471
£17.99
Vilgain Creatine Creapure®
Vilgain Creatine Creapure® ⁠–⁠ the purest source of creatine on the market, German-sourced and supports strength and performance
500 g
471
£27.99
Vilgain Pre-Workout
Vilgain Pre-Workout ⁠–⁠ mix for an energizing drink with caffeine, taurine, and theanine, boosts performance and delays fatigue
Orange peach 240 g
£9.99
Vilgain Iron + Vitamin C
Vilgain Iron + Vitamin C ⁠–⁠ ferrous bisglycinate, immunity support, fatigue reduction, added vitamin C for higher absorption
90 capsules
196
£5.99
Vilgain Ashwagandha
Vilgain Ashwagandha ⁠–⁠ potent KSM-66 extract, anti-stress effects, memory and physical performance support
90 capsules
£16.99
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Feeling without energy can often be due to a deficiency of certain vitamins or minerals, especially vitamin C, magnesium or iron. It can also help, for example:

  • caffeine caffeine is the most popular psychoactive substance that many people indulge in as a coffee or other beverage. Its disadvantage is that it is less effective when taken over a long period of time;
  • L‑Theanine supports cognitive function and concentration, and in combination with caffeine has a synergistic effect lasting up to 6 hours;
  • creatine is not only a supplement suitable for building muscle mass. Creatine supplementation helps to delay fatigue and improves cognitive brain function, among other things;

Other supplements that can boost perceived energy levels include adaptogens or green superfoods.

How to have more energy?

Some dietary supplements are only a short‑term solution to help with an acute lack of energy. In the long term, it is advisable to address these problems by following the following principles a healthy lifestyle:

  • adequate sleep - care should be taken to ensure not only the length but also the quality;
  • regular exercise - promotes the release of endorphins and increases the level of energy felt;
  • a healthy diet - ensures sufficient intake of all nutrients;
  • sufficient drinking - even mild dehydration leads to a decrease in performance;
  • limiting alcohol and smoking - which not only affect the quality of sleep.

Emphasis should also be placed on stress management, i.e. managing stress, too much of which can lead to chronic fatigue.