RELEASE: 40% of Spaniards are susceptible to spring asthenia

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RELEASE: 40% of Spaniards are susceptible to spring asthenia

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Madrid, March 1, 2023.

According to the SEMG (Spanish Society of General and Family Physicians) children and the elderly are more sensitive to the physical effects produced by seasonal environmental changes. However, several studies affirm that there is a higher prevalence of spring asthenia in women as it is directly related to hormonal changes. From Cuure they advise Guarana, Quercetin and L-Tyrosine to prevent or mitigate this transitory disorder

The arrival of spring brings with it many changes: a gradual increase in temperature that can affect the circadian rhythm more daylight hours, which leads to a lower secretion of melatonin, serotonin and norepinephrine; changes in mood, because the arrival of this season can cause euphoria and stress or the much feared appearance of allergy to pollen. It is at this time of the year when spring asthenia is present, a transitory disorder that some people suffer during the transition from winter to spring. It is characterized, among other factors, by a general feeling of tiredness, lack of energy, difficulty concentrating, a noticeable decrease in sexual appetite, or sleep disturbances. In addition, it can also be the consequence of a micronutrient deficiency, so it is feasible to reduce its symptoms by following a diet rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Regardless of gender or age, anyone can suffer from spring asthenia. Asthenia can affect anyone , regardless of gender or age and the symptoms can vary greatly from one person to another. Although there are no exact figures, it seems that women are more prone to spring asthenia than men, which could be directly related to the hormonal changes that occur especially during periods of menstruation and menopause. Various studies indicate that around 40% of Spaniards could be susceptible to spring asthenia. In addition, and as reported by the Spanish Society of General and Family Physicians (SEMG), children and the elderly are more sensitive to the physical effects produced by seasonal environmental changes.Solutions to improve and combat the effects of spring asthenia Among Of the more than 40 nutritional supplements available at Cuure, these would be some of the most appropriate to try to prevent or help reduce the symptoms of spring asthenia: • Quercetin: like all flavonoids, it is a powerful antioxidant and natural anti-inflammatory. Its most important property is its antiallergic action. Quercetin de Cuure is 100% of plant origin, extracted from the flowers of Sophora Japonica, a tree native to China. • Guarana, rich in caffeine, acts as a general stimulant for the body, which is why it is used to combat fatigue. In addition, it has been clinically shown that its consumption increases cognitive performance and improves decision-making.• L-Tyrosine helps improve concentration and reduces the harmful effects of stress, thus achieving better mental health and productivity. Of 100% vegetable origin, Cuure L-Tyrosine is obtained from a corn fermentation process, making it a vegan alternative to traditional L-TyrosineWhen it comes to health, it is necessary to put yourself in the hands of experts. And each person is unique. Therefore, each problem must be given a special and tailored response with the appropriate nutritional supplements. Leaning on the rigor of science and technology to personalize each dose is the challenge that Cuure's team of experts has decided to take on as a new and unique way of taking care of yourself.

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