The cells in your body need the right vitamins and minerals to work properly and produce energy. One of the most common causes of fatigue is low iron, which contributes to low strength and poor concentration. Fortunately, taking iron supplements can easily remedy this. , 
Other nutrients that your body needs for energy include B vitamins (especially vitamin B12), vitamin D, and magnesium. Like iron, supplementing with these can reduce fatigue and related symptoms. 
Co-enzyme Q10 (Co-Q10) is an enzyme found within the mitochondria in your cells. It plays an essential role in the process of converting digested food molecules into energy. When your mitochondria and their enzymes aren’t performing efficiently, your body’s energy levels suffer as a result. We can help counteract this by taking supplements that support mitochondrial function, such as Co-Q10. 
Antioxidants protect your body from reactive oxygen species (ROS), which otherwise would damage your cells and the molecules within them. Taking antioxidants such as lipoic acid and vitamins C and E can help protect your mitochondria from oxidative damage, improving energy production, and reducing fatigue.
Many types of plants and other natural products contain powerful antioxidants, such as astaxanthin and resveratrol. Herbs which can protect against ROS and help increase your energy include ashwagandha, ginseng, licorice root, Schisandra, Rhodiola, and reishi mushrooms. 
DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is a type of steroid hormone, a small molecule that your body uses to send signals to different organs and tissues. In addition to several energy-producing and other functions of its own, DHEA is also a precursor to other hormones such as testosterone and estrogen. , 
Low testosterone in men and low estrogen in women can negatively impact both physical and mental energy. A simple way to naturally increase your body’s hormone levels is by taking DHEA supplements, which are available over the counter. , 
Melatonin is another hormone in your body and is the primary regulator of your sleep cycle. Studies have found that people who have insomnia often have low levels of melatonin in their bodies, especially during the night.
Over-the-counter melatonin is an excellent way to help your body fall and stay asleep. Try taking 3mg of melatonin as needed 20-30 minutes before you want to go to sleep. This can improve your quality of sleep and help you feel more rested the next day. , 
If you have been struggling to stay awake or focused during the day, your body might need some extra help keeping its energy up. Try taking some of these natural supplements to help improve your cellular function and energy production the natural way.
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