"Active Lifestyle is a specially designed formula consisting of 30 nutrient rich ingredients to support a person’s daily needs."
Gatwick, Surrey (PRWEB UK) 11 February 2014
Shorter days and the cold during winter months can make people feel a little down. SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) is often used to describe this feeling, but experts suggest that it’s often misused and it is a less common condition reports ‘Time’ on 10th January 2014. According to the report, many people overestimate the effect a season can have on the mood. (http://healthland.time.com/2014/01/10/can-winter-really-make-you-sick-the-truth-about-seasonal-affective-disorder/).
SAD is considered a subtype of a mood disorder like depression or bipolar disorder; however, a very small percentage of people are diagnosed with it. According to Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman, the president of American Psychiatric Association, lifestyle changes can be made to boost an individual’s mood. These lifestyle changes can be from exercising to adopting good sleeping habits.
Health and wellbeing providers, Your Lifestyle Products comment on this finding, “the health and wellbeing of an individual is important throughout the year, whilst seasons can affect a person’s mood, Dr. Lieberman’s advice on making simple lifestyle changes is understandable. Having a sedentary life can have detrimental effects on a person’s mood.”
With this in mind, Your Lifestyle Products have formulated Active Lifestyle to help people feel their best whatever the season. Active Lifestyle is a specially designed formula consisting of 30 nutrient rich ingredients to support a person’s daily needs.
The European Food Safety Authority have verified the following health claim in relation to the following Vitamins and Minerals included within the Active Lifestyle product: Vitamin A, B6, B12, C as well as Zinc, Iron and Copper all individually contribute to the normal function of the immune system.
For further details contact Your Lifestyle Products Ltd on 0208 619 0025 or email: csuk (at) yourlifestyle (dot) com.