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Nerves and mood
Doppelherz Energy Start
Doppelherz Doppelherz Energy Start
  • Caffeine helps to increase alertness + concentration
  • Vitamin B12 contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
Doppelherz Good Night (eng)
Doppelherz Doppelherz Good Night (eng)
  • Promotes restorative sleep
  • Hops, melissa and lavender have longstanding use in addressing troubles falling asleep
  • With vitamin B6 that contributes to the biosynthesis of the sleep hormone melatonin
Doppelherz Harmonivit (fr)
Doppelherz Doppelherz Harmonivit (fr)
  • Complexe de vitamines B associées à des extraits de mélisse et de ginkgo
  • Soutient le fonctionnement du système nerveux et aide à retrouver le calme en période de stress
Doppelherz No-Stress (fr)
Doppelherz Doppelherz No-Stress (fr)
  • Préparation à base de plantes et de vitamines
  • Aide à détendre et à retrouver la sérénité lorsque le stress quotidien devient trop important
Doppelherz system Relax and Sleep (eng)
Doppelherz system Doppelherz system Relax and Sleep (eng)
  • 400 mg magnesium supports normal nerve and muscle functions
  • Vitamin B1, B6 and niacin are essential for the normal function of the nervous system
  • Melissa and Lavender are the ideal companions of deep and restorative sleep
Nerves and mood

Nerves and mood

Everyday life demands a great deal from many people; our life is increasingly exposed to information overload, and also our own standards are usually very high.
Therefore, we all need strong nerves, efficient capacity and good concentration.
Regular rest is a basic prerequisite for this, for we are efficient only if body and mind are allowed to recover. Turn off your cellphone and take a nice walk or pursue
a hobby – but please do not get caught up in leisure time stress.
Naturally, we should provide our brain with the nutrients it needs to remain powerful and efficient: Key word "nerve nourishment" Especially good energy sources for our nerves are foods that contain complex carbohydrates, such as nuts, whole-grain products and fruits, such as bananas.

The popular habit of grabbing a piece of chocolate or other sweets with a high percentage of simple sugar may give a quick boost to our blood sugar level,
but this condition does not last long because the blood sugar level sags again fast. The consequence: Sudden tiredness that greatly impairs our performance.

Healthy brain food:

  • Water
  • Whole-grain products
  • Egg yolk
  • Nuts
  • Bananas
  • Offal such as liver
  • Legumes
  • Fatty sea fish
  • Rapeseed or linseed oil

Our tip: Once in a while, why not buy trail mix – also called food for thought,
as it is rich in the B vitamins so important for the nervous system!

Lecithin – a module of the nerve and brain membrane

"Lecithin" is the name widely used for phosphatidylcholine. It is basically a generic term for lipids built from fatty acids, phosphoric acids, choline and glycerol.
Lecithin is a component of all animal and plant organisms and is found in many foods, such as egg yolk, nuts, soy products and fish. For us humans, it is an essential nutrient for the nerves and brain where it is a component of the membranes.
As a matter of fact, the brain has the highest lecithin content.

Vitamin B – important for good nerves

B vitamins, among others, play a significant role for the normal interaction of brain, nerves and organism. The vitamin B family as a whole contributes to normal energy metabolism, supports normal function of the nervous system and plays a role in mental capacity. Moreover, some B vitamins act as regulators in metabolizing of fat, carbohydrates and protein.

Especially the vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12 as well as niacin and biotin contribute to the normal function of the nervous system or sound psychological functions. Vitamin B5 supports the mental capacity.

The vitamin B family is made up of the following eight vitamins:

  • Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
  • Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
  • Vitamin B3 (niacin)
  • Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)
  • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
  • Vitamin B7 (biotin)
  • Vitamin B9 (folic acid)
  • Vitamin B12 (cobalamin)

Originally, the vitamin B family included more vitamins. But later it was recognized that some of them were not vitamins.
That explains why the numbering of the B vitamins is not continuous.