Every day the temperatures are dropping a little lower, with many parts of the U.S. already experiencing snowstorms, freezes, and cold snaps. The result? People spend more time indoors, are less active, and are liable to experience negative emotions.
Cold Weather can Depress Mood and Foster Unhealthy Inactivity
With the seasonal change and the first glimpse of winter now making itself known, many people attribute their gloomy mood to the lack of sunlight and arrival of cooler temperatures. In reality, many Americans have trouble adjusting to cooler temperatures & cold weather altogether, which could be the root cause of their depressed mood.
Cold weather often leads to inactivity and possibly even isolation, as people spend less time outdoors and instead stay indoors for hours or days at a time. In so doing, they also often consume more comfort foods and sugars. Reduced physical activity coupled with a surge in unhealthy food consumption is likely a key reason why millions of Americans say they become depressed, anxious, and sad during autumn and winter. Is this you? Don’t let it be!
Exercise! Whatever Measure You Can Muster is Beneficial
One of the most important things Americans can do during late autumn and winter is exercise! Exercise improves cardiovascular function, builds muscle, burns fat, and releases feel-good chemicals called endorphins. Whatever measure of exercise you can muster is beneficial to your physical & mental health. When coupled with a healthy diet and the right nutritional supplements, exercise can be a very effective tool against the cold weather blues.
Immune Solution® 100% Natural Pine Bark Extract
So then, what are the right nutritional supplements? We confidently recommend Immune Solution® 100% Natural Pine Bark Extract, as it offers many benefits related to improving physical health & mood during cold, gray months. Benefits include the following:
- Immune system support nutrients
- Anti-inflammatory properties that reduce inflammation
- Antimicrobial properties that cleanse the body’s internal systems
- Antioxidant properties that reduce oxidative stress within the body
- Health-promoting plant compounds like vitamins, polyphenols, and other phytonutrients
Customers have also said Immune Solution® 100% Natural Pine Bark Extract has helped them:
- Improve cognitive function
- Improve bone mineral density
- Improve skin health and reduce psoriasis
- Ease menopause symptoms
- Correct erectile dysfunction
- Improve male fertility
- Boost vitamin C regeneration
Quoting Immune Solution® founder/owner Jackie Page:
“This full-spectrum extract retains all its active constituents, as found in nature, in the correct, balanced ratio for optimal results. Encapsulating this goodness in our quick-release easy-to-swallow vegan capsules guarantees you a premium quality nutritional supplement that is a powerful Free Radical Scavenger and supports Healthy Aging, as well as boosts overall Cardiovascular Health & Function, reinforces Immune System Response & Function, reduces Inflammation, regulates healthy Cholesterol Levels, and much more.”
Knowing now what’s discussed herein, you surely agree you can benefit your mood (and far more) from proper supplementation of Immune Solution® 100% Natural Pine Bark Extract. Ask yourself, rather than trying to correct stress, anxiety, depression, or general unease with potentially addictive pharmaceuticals or experimenting with expensive treatments or technology, why not utilize a non-habit-forming natural, holistic medicine that’s been used by Indigenous Americans for literally centuries? To answer that, the choice seems simple.
Visit our 100% Natural Pine Bark Extract product page for more information, and don’t hesitate to please call our office at (727) 768-4688, or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about this or other Immune Solution® products!
Let’s break the longstanding trend, and make November the happiest month of the year, not the saddest!
Immune Solution® Staff Writer
 Health. “10 Surprising Causes of Winter Depression.” Health, Dec 2015. health.com