Garcinia Cambogia and Colon Cleanse For Long Road Trips
The next time you are about to take a long road trip where you will be doing most of the driving, you may want to consider picking up some garcinia cambogia beforehand. Although the stuff isn’t marketed as such, I have found it to actually give a particularly nice boost of energy. Where things like energy drinks, coffee and those crazy truck-stop energy pills end up leaving you jittery and on edge, the heightened energy that you get from garcinia cambogia is more like a smooth increase that leaves you feeling awake and aware of what is going on around you.
For those of you who take especially long road trips and you want to make good time, taking garcinia cambogia will allow you to drive for more hours straight than if you didn’t take anything for energy at all. However, for a seriously impressive energy boost, you can combine some forms of caffeinated beverages with garcinia cambogia and potentially be able to drive all night long if you absolutely need to. What’s good with this combination is that you don’t actually have to drink very much caffeine for the blended effects to kick in, which means you can still stay away from the aforementioned jitteriness.
If it really is a long road trip that you’re going on, however, do not combine garcinia cambogia and colon cleanse. Although this combination is one of the best garcinia cambogia pairings available for weight loss, you aren’t going to have a colon cleanse happening to your body when you’re trying to make it somewhere with minimal stops, if you know what I mean. That being the case, you really should just stick to the garcinia cambogia itself for the energy boost and leave it at that – at least until you reach your destination.
Where using garcinia cambogia for road trips really makes a difference is when you have another driver in the car with you. The plan here is that you use the garcinia cambogia to stay awake and drive through the night until the early morning while the other person gets his or her sleep (at least as best they can in a vehicle). Once your natural energy starts to wind down and you begin to feel like you should get some sleep, simply switch places with the other person and take a nap yourself. When driving in an agreed-upon pattern like this, you and the other driver(s) in the car also get to save a good amount of money on motels, which also means you won’t have to sleep in any nasty middle-of-nowhere motels during the road trip.
One thing that we should point out is that your safety is a number one concern. Although some people could drive all night, not sleep whatsoever, and keep driving through the next day, we simply can’t recommend that at all. If you are doing a long road trip by yourself, at the very minimum you should try to get a few hours of naps in at rest stops along the way – it might not be ideal for making good time, but at least you won’t be so sleepy you end up not arriving at all.