You would be hard pressed to find someone who is not in need of a little extra energy right now. Most of our “get up and go” got up and left half way through this global pandemic which we are living through.
So how can you restore your energy levels in a healthy, natural way?
I’ve been incorporating Sela Energy Tea is made with Paulinia Cupana(Guarana) into my daily routine. It is specially formulated to enhance physical performance while reducing mental fatigue.
Here are other tips to help increase your energy levels naturally:
Here are some tips.
- Chat to your doctor
It is important to make sure that you are not feeling lethargic due to some health issue such as diabetes, iron deficit anemia or a host of other things associated with exhaustion.
- Get more sleep
Our parents, teachers and doctors have been telling us this for years and they are not wrong. Lack of sleep cam leave you feeling lethargic, grumpy and tired. If you struggle to fall asleep, try putting away the phone and meditating or reading a book instead.
- Get moving
This might seem counter productive but regular exercise can boost your energy levels. You don’t need to suddenly become a star athlete to reap the benefits, incorporating a ten minute walk, or low intensity cycling is more than enough. For those of us stuck to a desk all day just getting up and stretching could be helpful.
- Reduce alcohol intake
I like cocktails myself, but regular nightly drinking is not recommended. It can interfere with your sleep and reduce your energy levels.
- Eat a balanced diet
Many dietician warn against diet culture. Cutting out food groups for weight loss can have an adverse affect on your body. It is important to note that a diet based on whole, healthy foods would benefit your energy levels while processed foods would have the adverse affect.
- Avoid sugary “pick me ups”
Eating foods high in sugar will most certainly give you a energy boost, however this is short lived and could leave you feeling even more tired.
- Stay Hydrated
Do not ignore “thirst”. dehydration can leave you feeling tired so keep up with your water intake