Tips to Improve Your Mental & Physical Health

Physical exercise is inherently linked to your mental health, which is why doing exercise can have a significant impact on your mood. 

When you exercise, you produce a range of hormones that make you feel happy, including Serotonin, Dopamine, and Endorphins.

That’s why it’s so important to maintain your mental and physical health because, by neglecting one, the other suffers too.

However, although we all strive to maintain our physical and mental health, it can be difficult to view it as a top priority, especially when we have so many other things going on in our lives.

It all comes down to overcoming the hurdles that stop you from maintaining your health and finding solutions that work for you.


The truth is, many of us lack the energy to exercise every day.

Whether you work full time at a job or as a stay at home parent, it seems almost impossible to muster up the energy for physical activity.

But the irony is, the more you exercise, the more energy you have.

Physical activity delivers oxygen and nutrients to your tissues, allowing your cardiovascular system to work more effectively.

This means you have higher energy levels during the day and the more exercise you do, the more energetic you’ll feel.

As you get older, you’ll notice your energy and endurance levels drop, so it's important to make time for exercise and do something that works best for you. 

The Solution

Working exercise into your routine is all about replacing bad habits with good ones.

For example, if you usually come home, sit on the sofa and watch TV, that’s a habit you can change. Instead of sitting down when you get home, try to push yourself to do half an hour of exercise.

If you repeat this activity enough times, it will start to feel natural and become part of your daily routine.

If you do feel you need that extra boost, STAIT Supplement has been formulated to help increase your energy levels.

Our supplement contains natural ingredients - KSM-66 Ashwagandha®, Korean Ginseng and Coleus - which work together to help maintain stamina, reduce fatigue and improve performance and endurance.

The more energy you have, the more exercise you’ll do and the better you’ll feel physically and mentally.

Sometimes, you just need that push to help regain the motivation to keep yourself in shape.


Hormones can hugely influence mood and energy levels, so if they’re out of balance, it can seriously impact your health and wellbeing.

Although exercise can help optimise hormone levels, there will inevitably be a natural decline as you age.

If you find you aren’t making as much progress as you’d like at the gym, it may be due to a hormonal imbalance. This can result in fatigue, as well as prompting depression.

To perform at your best and do the things you love, it’s vital that you keep your hormones in check. 

The Solution

There are a number of factors that affect your hormones, so here's a few things you can do to optimise your hormone levels as you age.

Read Top Tips to Optimise Men's Hormones

The food choices you make every day will have a significant impact on your hormones, so try to avoid processed foods and opt for fresh wholefoods like fruit, nuts, vegetables and seeds and grass-fed, pasture raised meats.

Reducing stress is also an essential part of balancing your hormones, so try to put time aside for your mental health; this could be anything from walks in nature to regular breathing exercises, to engaging in things that make you laugh more.

STAIT Supplement has been formulated with clinically proven herbs and minerals to optimise master hormones.

One of the 10 key ingredients used in our supplement is Testofen®, an extract that has been clinically proven to optimise testosterone levels. This has been found to reduce age-related hormone decline and positively improve sexual function and libido.

STAIT Supplement also contains Tribulus, a herb which has been shown to help reduce blood sugar levels, support health and function of the reproductive system, as well as assisting in general well-being.

If you feel like your hormones are out of balance, STAIT can be a great solution for helping to restore harmony to your body. 


When you lead a busy life, you only have so much free time in the day and it can be tough to put your wellbeing first.

The catch-22 is that optimising your health could actually save time and help you get tasks done quicker.

Putting your health first means you’ll have the energy required to get things done efficiently and effectively.

Ultimately, if you put in the work now, you’ll be able to spend so much more time doing the things you want to do.

The Solution

Whilst STAIT Supplement can benefit your health in numerous ways, unfortunately, it can’t give you extra time.

Finding time for exercise can be a challenge, but one way to fit it in is to plan your week in advance.

Scheduling your day helps you understand what free time you have, allowing you to make the most of it.

There’s no quick fix here, you have to make time somehow.

Mental Health

Maintaining your mental and physical health can be tricky because it’s easy to let one of them fall by the weyside.

Whilst physical activity can improve your mental health, poor mental health can also affect your motivation to do exercise.

If you’re suffering with poor mental health, you may struggle to get out and move around.

But at the same time, if you’re struggling to do any exercise, your mental health can be negatively affected too.

This can end up in a vicious cycle where both your mental and physical health suffer. 

The Solution

There are many factors that can influence your mental health.

Often it will depend on what you’re going through in your personal and work life, so unfortunately there is no magic solution that will work for everyone.

STAIT Supplement is not a quick fix for health or poor lifestyle choices.

However, it can provide the internal balance needed to help with focus, managing stress and reducing anxiety.

With STAIT on your side, you’ll have more energy to push through your limits and reach your personal goals.

Whether you're at the gym every day, or enjoy a walk each day, the benefits of getting out and moving are endless.

By taking care of your physical health, you’ll soon find your mental health improves too.



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