I believe You are asking how to feel more energetic or something among those lines. Basically it all depends on your daily routine, for some getting more rest may help while others should get more activities. If You'd be so kind and provide me with some details I guess I could give you more specific tips. As for general ones well You can find interest in what ever You are doing ( for me curiosity works the best) or simply try to motivate yourself ( which basically is the same). If You are interested in short bursts of energy you can try playing with caffeine it can be a lot of fun if You are not accustomed to it by now.
have more rest, enough rest is really important for people when they have a work...
It depends on you as a person. You will either be a morning person, or a night person, and whatever the answer is to that will depend on when you're technically supposed to be more energetic.
General things include getting some rest, doing exercise and eating chocolate ha!
Take 1000mg of vitamin C each day and plenty of water to keep your body hydrated.
Vitamin B pills. There are vitamin B tiny tablets that you can pop under your tongue and dissolves. There is even vitamin B sprays that you spray onto your tongue.
I think there are more vitamin B in the pill form than in the energy drinks. And it is preferable to coffee. But you can try coffee too.
If it is a chronic fatigue problem, look into getting 8 hours of sleep every day, check for sleep apnea, and take Co-Q10 and a multi-vitamin on a daily basis.
You are not sick,just thirsty.
This is what Im doing every day.It is based on my education as a doctor and life experience:
First think in the morning drink glass of water
last before you go to bed drink glass of water
Every two hours drink glass of water.
practice tai-chi sun style, basic form 11 postures, or
wu-shu 8 precious exercises, or
the core of hatha yoga-The sun salutation, or
chi qong where i recommend Standing on stake.
After 6 pm eat only fruits.
If after 6 monts you dont experience big change, go to a doctor for blood work and physical.
Get at least 8 hours of sleep each night! Your body and mind will thank you. Also, try to eat more fresh fruit and veggies and less packaged foods and carbs which can give you short bursts of energy followed by sluggishness.
Eat better if your not eating as well as you should. Fruits and veggies is a great source of fuel to start your day off with energy.
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Eat vegetables like cucumber,tomato,lettuce and the green leaves in general besides the red fruits in particular like the apple ,water melon and Strawberry .Drink magnetized water from time to time !
On the humorus thought side I have always wondered the same thing. E=MC squared. to increase E, since C is constant (the speed of light squared) the Mass would have to increase. So, losing weight for instance means nothing if the body volume doesn't change for gains in energy. Also, if I drink an energy drink does the volume of a small bottle (no name mentioned 1.93fl oz) versus a 16 fl oz can have more mass or molecules atoms etc compacted give me more energy. How does that work? Just thinking
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