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  • How do you feel the energy boost?

    When diet pills talk about an energy boost, does this mean that you only feel more mentally alert or do you actually feel like you're full of energy so you want to run around or something? I've never quite understood what I'm supposed to feel LOL

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    I don't know if it's the same for everyone, but for me, it's like drinking espresso, but without the racing heart. It's like someone puts a new battery in me. I think more clearly and my body feels more ready to go. I find that I do work better when I've had an energy boost and if I have to do a workout, I do'nt end up feeling like a blob halfway through. Everything just feels easier, if that makes sense. For me, it lasts around 3 or 4 hours. 3 hours if I'm already really tired and haven't had a lot of water. 4 hours if I had a good night of sleep and keep up with drinking water. I think it doesn't last long for me, though. I know someone who easily gets 5 hours out of energy boosters. I'm so jealous!

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    • #3
      I just feel a lot more awake. So it's sort of energy all over. I can pay attention more and I don't run out of steam as soon during my workouts. I wouldn't say that it's like a miracle, but it's definitely enough to make a difference.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Bethie View Post
        I don't know if it's the same for everyone, but for me, it's like drinking espresso, but without the racing heart. It's like someone puts a new battery in me. I think more clearly and my body feels more ready to go. I find that I do work better when I've had an energy boost and if I have to do a workout, I do'nt end up feeling like a blob halfway through. Everything just feels easier, if that makes sense. For me, it lasts around 3 or 4 hours. 3 hours if I'm already really tired and haven't had a lot of water. 4 hours if I had a good night of sleep and keep up with drinking water. I think it doesn't last long for me, though. I know someone who easily gets 5 hours out of energy boosters. I'm so jealous!
        Thanks so much for sharing all this Bethie! I appreciate that you let me know how long it lasts for you based on certain circumstances. That makes a lot of sense. I know exactly what I feel like after an espresso so that gives me a great idea of what I might be able to expect. Thanks again!!

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        • #5
          I'd say an average of 3 hours, too, but I don't sleep great at the best of times so that 3 hours really means something. Probably if I was getting more rest it would last longer.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by brightstar View Post
            I'd say an average of 3 hours, too, but I don't sleep great at the best of times so that 3 hours really means something. Probably if I was getting more rest it would last longer.
            That's a really good point. I never thought about it, but you're right. How much sleep you get can really make a difference in how much you get out of your diet pills and over all weight loss efforts.

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            • #7
              That's true. Getting a good sleep and using an energy booster pill will both work together to make the whole effort more effective. Energy is everything.

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