Tips to boost your energy… naturally!

One’s age never describes how old he is. You are as older as you believe.

Getting older lets us loose energy in the body. But when we do not believe we are so old, then what is that makes us tired and fatigue? The problem of fatigue arises due to the unfavourable lifestyle habits we possess results in a loss of energy. Thus, let us find out what changes in our lifestyle can boost our energy and make us feel young.

 

1. Keep moving

Physical activities though seem to be tiring; they are the best way to boost energy level in the body. Exercising improves vigour and overall eminence of life. You inculcate a better sense of self-confidence and feel energetic. Keep moving…

 

2. Drink water

Research shows that dehydration is one of the primary reason for low energy levels. When we run, we feel tired and look for water. It is similar to the fact that a tired body needs water. No matter what type of work you carry out in your daily routine, drinking water at continuous levels even without feeling thirsty is a must. Dehydration also decreases the concentration and alertness levels in mind. But how to find out if you are drinking enough water each day? Your urine will help you identify the same.

A person’s urine should be pale yellow or straw coloured. If it’s darker, the body needs more intake of water. Drink water not at once but at lesser at frequent intervals. Water Benefits…

 

3. Sleep early

A sound sleep can help you fill up your body with energy. We usually tend to use our mobile phone before we go to sleep. Though a person might go to bed by 10 pm, checking out your phone and staying active on social media could really waste a lot of time. This reduces your duration of sleep causing fatigue. During the day, a 10-minute nap could make you feel energised while you are tired. Moreover, taking a small nap after a cup of coffee can be the best to boost up energy in the body. However, never take a longer nap of more than 30 minutes in the day as it can cause lack of sleep at night.

 

4. Eat often – Eat less but eat frequently

It is never advisable to eat too much at once. Eating meals at once will naturally create a sense of laziness in the body. Instead, try to eat more often. Eat less, but eat at recurrent intervals. It also helps you to stable the blood sugar levels in the body. Opt for whole grains and other multifaceted carbohydrates. It takes time for these carbs to digest that helps avert blood sugar. Now that you are eating quite frequently, consider eating less to lose weight.

 

5. fatigue along the health problems

In cases of health issues such as heart diseases, diabetes, thyroid, anaemia, arthritis or sleep apnea, fatigue is one of the most common symptoms. While visiting your doctor, do let them know that you feel tired all the time. More often, medications contribute to fatigue. These medications include antihistamines diuretics, blood pressure medications and various other drugs. Thus, before being prescribed to any medication, always let you doctor know that you experience fatigue.

 

6. Pose into yoga asana

Yoga is one of the most real-world exercises to improve energy levels. Try doing yoga at least thrice a week for the next 6 months or a better option is to choose to do yoga for at least 10 minutes each day can show you amazing results of energy within 6 months.

 

7. Schedule activities according to your body clock

Some people possess the highest amount of energy in the morning time. They are termed to be morning larks. But the night owls are always more energetic at the end of the day. Their daily pattern is different from that of morning people. The brain structure, genetics have their own rhythm with the body. Thus, list the energy-requiring activities as per your body clock for best results.

 

8. Eat fish or fish oil capsules

Fish has the omega 3 oils that help the body stay alerted. A research study on the same shows that taking a fish oil capsule for 21 days regularly have resulted in faster mental reactions. One tends to feel more vigorous.

 

9. Lose extra weight

Our body weight consumes a lot of energy. Fats are a major reason of feeling tired, sick and lazy. One is never required to get thin to gain energy but needs minor changes to make a healthy body. Losing weight could help you save a lot of energy. One does not have to lose a lot of weight, but even small reductions could make you vigour. Losing weight will always improve your mood, quality of life and finally give an energetic feel to the body. Balanced meals and increased physical activity could help you make minor changes necessary to boost up your energy.

 

One holds energy in the body only if the brain and the body together contribute to the same. An imperfection in any of them could cause massive losses. Thus, consider the above tips and stay fit. More fit you are, better are your energy levels and younger you look.

Aashish Nanda

I am not a Spiritual Guru. I am not a Healer. I am not a Coach. I am not a Transformer. After trying to define myself, with various labels, I realized that I am simply a Mirror - A CLP Guide.

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