Low Energy Learn New Lifestyle Strategies

Low Energy Learn New Lifestyle Strategies

low-energyDo you turn to high-caffeine beverages and energy drinks to give you the boost you need to get through the day?

Most of these drinks are loaded with refined sugars and high amounts of caffeine, which can cause a burst of energy and then a rapid crash.

Here are a few lifestyle strategies that will help eliminate the rollercoaster effect while boosting energy throughout the day

1. Stay Hydrated: Even slight dehydration can leave you feeling tired and lethargic.
Keep a tall glass of water or a water bottle with you throughout the day.
Hunger is sometimes mistaken for thirst, but fatigue can also be a mask for thirst.
Cut down on alcohol intake because it dehydrates and can also interfere with deep sleep.

2 .Get Moving: As little as 10 minutes can improve energy levels and mood. Physical activity, even walking, is a great energy booster. Walking can be done anywhere and only requires a good pair of shoes.

3. Get a Good Night’s Sleep: Getting between seven and nine hours of sleep per night is optimal. However, the actual time a person falls asleep is also important.

Aim to go to bed and get up at the same time every day, even on the weekends.

4. Choose Healthy Snacks: It is important to snack throughout the day. However, make smart snack choices. Have a couple of snacks that combine protein, fiber and a little fat, such as an apple and string cheese or yogurt and nuts.

This helps to sustain energy levels throughout the day. The carbohydrates provide an energy boost, protein keeps the energy up
and the fat makes energy last.

5. Reduce Stress: Stress has a major impact on energy levels.Stress can leave a person feeling both mentally and physically exhausted. Take 20 minutes for yourself every day just to relax. learn how to meditate and do deep breathing.

Turn the TV and computer off, sip some tea, and read a book or listen to Music.

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