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The 6 ways to naturally boost your energy

Updated on December 6, 2010

The 6 ways to naturally boost your energy

The 6 ways to naturally boost your energy

There you are feeling under the weather.  The days seem to never really get going.  You feel like a sloth.  Why is this happening to you?  Is there are way to cure this lack of energy?  Will it involve taking many different types of drugs?  Or, are you doomed to feel this way for the rest of your life?  Well, you are in luck my friend because I am here to help you break free from you sluggish ways.  I am here to tell you the 6 ways to naturally boost your energy.

Here are the 6 ways to naturally boost your energy:

  1. Learn how to eat some protein at each meal.  The easiest way for one to keep their energy levels at an optimal level is by including protein at every meal. Some of the protein sources are  fish, chicken, eggs, yogurt, some nuts and protein powder.
  2. Make sure you take nutritional vitamins during the day. You may think that eating "properly" will be enough to give you the vitamins needed throughout the day.  However, you will be missing key energy sources like Omega3 fatty acids.  Taking these vitamins will  ensure that you are not missing any important sources of energy.
  3. Check with your doctor to ensure that you do not have a condition that can cause you fatigue. For example, if you have low thyroid function or hemochromatosis.  This may be the source of your problem.  This can all be uncovered with a simple blood tests.
  4. Make sure you are getting enough sleep.  For each of us, it take a different amount of sleep to actually feel like you are rested.  Find out what that is and stick to that amount of sleep.  When you know exactly how much sleep you need, you can actually sleep and wake up without an alarm clock.
  5. Avoid excessive exercise. This a very key reason to why you are feeling tired all the time. If you are suffering from high amounts of stress, avoid any type of cardiovascular activities.  Instead, try something light like walking. It is an important to remember that exercise should leave you feeling relaxed not exhausted.
  6. Work sucks so don't work so much.  Enough said.

These were the 6 ways to naturally boost your energy.  If you practice these 6 ideas religiously, you may start to feel the difference.  Remember you have to start somewhere.  Reading this article is a good start.  Now move and change your life.  Because if you do nothing, you will only feel the way you feel right now.  Good luck to you.


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