3 things I do:
1. I eat a diet high in protein/fat and low in carbs/alcohol.
2. I sleep or take some naps.
3. I do cardio exercises such as speed walking or hiking or swimming.
If I am extremely tired but need to keep going, I drink two glasses of water and then have a power nap with my feet in an elevated position.
Please see this and try -
http://healthmad.com/conditions-and-dis … eal-cause/
A 20-minute nap usually helps after work. It's also important to get anywhere from 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night. If I sleep more or less than that then I'm likely to feel even more groggy.
Diet definately makes a difference. Avoid processed foods and choose a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Lean meat, poultry and fish. Low fat dairy and yogurt is a must. Lots of water too. If you are not active work your way up to at least a 30 minute walk daily and you should start noticing a difference.
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