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Boosting Mental and Physical Energy Rituals

Updated on April 15, 2019
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As a sexagenarian with knowledge of health and fitness I would like to help anyone live a better life. Health is something you can't buy.

Perhaps rituals is a bit strong but boosting mental and physical energy is essential. Without this energy we experience fatigue that results in reduced efficiency and productivity. Lack of energy will ultimately affect every phase of your life. Maybe rituals isn’t strong enough. Anyway, here are five daily whatevers to increase your mental and physical energy

Develop Self-Awareness

Without self-awareness you won’t have a clear idea of the things that are draining your energy. Regular meditation is the means by which this can be accomplished. Being able to plan out when your energy dips will happen will help you find a way to combat them.

Take Regular Breaks

They can be anywhere from as little as 15 seconds or for five minutes. You don’t even have to go anywhere of boosting mental and physical energy. Just let your mind roam free and think about nothing for this time. Your mind will relax and rid itself of stresses that may have built up recently.

Master Your Morning Routine

My first waking moments are for me a blur and always have been. It simply takes me a bit to really wake up. This is great for me, as I’m already in a meditative state. You may be the same, and if so, utilize that time as your meditation time. You may want to engage in another creative activity that will work for boosting mental and physical energy so you’re in a more optimal state of mind.

Get Active

The best way for anyone is movement and this is a way of boosting mental and physical energy. I’m not talking about spending hours in the gym. There are easy ways for us to get moving while enjoying it at the same time.

  • Dance around your living room

  • Walk around the block

  • Do Tai Chi for five minutes

  • Play a sport like tennis or golf (if you walk)

These are only some of the many ways of boosting your physical and mental energy. You’ll thank yourself by no longer living life exhausted. With increased energy you will start living better.

Master Your Evening Routine

The energy level you have during the day is directly related to the amount of rest you received the night before. If you want to have all the energy you need during the day, get a good nights rest. Sleep is essential to good health and fitness.

Ways to Help You Sleep

  • Turn off your electronic devices an hour before going to bed.
  • Set a regular bedtime.
  • Prepare your mind as well as your body for sleep.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and does not substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, and/or dietary advice from a licensed health professional. Drugs, supplements, and natural remedies may have dangerous side effects. If pregnant or nursing, consult with a qualified provider on an individual basis. Seek immediate help if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

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