You shouldn’t be feeling exhausted every day. The truth is that our habits and and environment zap our energy and leave us feeling tired on a daily basis. Here’s some ways you can increase your energy levels.
Working out at least 30 minutes every day can help you sleep more deeply by activating sleep-producing cells in the brain. Be careful though, exercise can boost your energy and cause difficulty getting to sleep. Make sure you don’t work out right before bedtime.
2. Make Your Bedroom Pitch Black
Light tells your body “It’s time to wake up!” Even something as tiny as a night light or bathroom light can disrupt your body’s natural sleep cycle.
3. Drink Water
Dehydration can leave you not only feeling fatigued but also cause constipation; rough, dry skin; dry tongue, lips and mucous membranes; dark, strong-smelling urine; thirst and weakness. Make sure you get in your eight 8-ounce glasses a day.
4. Cut Down On Sugar
Sugar can wreak havoc on the insulin levels in your body. Avoiding sugar can help regulate your blood sugar levels and keep your energy levels stable all day long.
5. Stop That Stuffy Nose
Allergies or difficulty breathing can make it hard to fall asleep at night. If you’re feeling stuffy take a some allergy medication or a de decongestant so you can get some good shut eye.