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You’re on your third cup of coffee and it’s only 11 am. You can’t seem to get yourself up and out of bed in the morning.
A lack of energy can completely ruin your day. You can’t focus or be productive if your mind is in a fog.
Sometimes it feels impossible to get more energy. Even if you sleep a solid 8 hours, you wake up groggy. And you wake up even groggier the more you sleep.
So how can you have more energy so you can take your life to new heights?
Seems obvious, right? If you’re tired, you sleep. But there are specific ways you want to sleep to optimize the hours you’re closing your eyes and lying in bed.
Remember that food is fuel. What you put into your body will either hurt or help you. So make sure that you are feeding your body with all the good stuff it needs to maintain high energy levels.
Healthy fats are a good source of energy. This includes avocados, nuts, and olive oil. Adding these to your lunch or snack can give you an instant boost to kick it into gear the rest of the day.
The majority of Americans are dehydrated. Even mild dehydration can lead to massive fatigue. Our bodies and cells are made up almost entirely of water. If we don’t have enough of that water, our bodily functions start to slow down. Our cells can’t work appropriately without adequate water, so simple processes can’t occur. This puts your cells in overdrive to accomplish everyday tasks, which can make you even more tired and fatigued.
Are you really fatigued… or is your brain just tired? Oftentimes we feel tired when we’re actually bored, stressed, or confused.
What happens if you change your focus to something that excites you? What if you suddenly started having a dance party with your best friends? Would you suddenly get a burst of energy?
Change your physiology. Get up out of your seat and move. Dance around the room. Go for a walk. Do something that gets you active. By physically exerting your body, you “wake up” the energy in your cells so you can start tapping into those reserves as well.
You should also change your mindset. Take a few deep breaths and think about everything you’re grateful for. Think of goals that make you excited. Changing your frame of life can remind you why energy is so important, and you’ll suddenly be ready to take on the rest of the day!
More energy means improved mental health, greater productivity and success, and clearer and healthier skin!
If you’re feeling low energy, make sure you consult with a doctor to get a medical plan to get you feeling back on track.
How do YOU boost your energy to get back in the game?