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How To Boost Your Energy

Updated on February 21, 2014

Improve Your Energy and Attitude

Do you wish you had more energy? A busy lifestyle, stress, and obesity are just a few of the things that may be sucking the energy out of you.

There are plenty energy products on the market such as supplements and drinks, but there are also many methods available that allow you to increase your energy naturally.

Start exploring energy boosting paths that will allow you to live life to the fullest.


Exercise doesn't necessarily mean being in the gym or on a treadmill. Think about things you can do to be physically active instead, such as bike riding, hiking, playing tennis, dancing with a partner, playing with the kids, playing basketball in your own driveway, or just going for walks.

Exercise not only gets you into physical shape but it can also help your mental acuity. Improving your mental acuity is not as mysterious as you might think. Of course there are certain pills, herbs, and food that you can consume, but exercise can also help you boost it naturally.

The increased heart rate you get when you exercise pushes more blood to every part of the body and oxygen is also delivered via the blood as well. This means your entire body is getting more of this nourishing blood and oxygen when you exercise. Oxygen too has a healing affect on the tissues and cells of the body as well.

Boost Your Self-Esteem

Millions of people all around the world suffer with low self-esteem. The reasons low self-esteem develops are almost endless from being ridiculed and teased by peers from an early age to chronic comparisons to others.

Those with low self-esteem put themselves down and feel inferior to others. They also doubt their own self-worth and don't think they deserve the good things that come their way in life. If you think you have low self-esteem there are a number of proven ways to improve it.

Value Your Self-Worth

Are there people in your life who continually put you down? Do they compare themselves to you and make a point of letting everyone know they are better? If so, then they have no place in your life. Confront them about the behavior or just cut them out of your life. Surround yourself with people who believe in you and build you up.

Positive Energy

Be Positive

If you pay close attention to the thoughts running through your mind, you will notice a lot of negative things about yourself. When you make a mistake you may tell yourself that was stupid and feel embarrassed. When you see a contest that you would like to take part in you may tell yourself that you aren't good enough and have no chance of winning, so shouldn't even try.

These things are called self-talk because you are essentially talking to yourself within your own mind. Start actively turning these little thoughts around into something positive. It takes a bit if focus and work at first, but eventually the positive affirmations will naturally start occurring more frequently than the negative thoughts. As you learn to stop putting yourself down you will naturally start to feel better about yourself.

For instance, when you hear that little thought saying you aren't good enough to try for something you want to do, tell yourself that you are certainly good enough to give it a try.

What Makes You Happy?

Focus on things that make you happy rather than things others expect you to do. Do things that give you a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment. If that doesn't fit with what others expect of you, so be it. You should live your life for yourself rather than trying to live up to what others expect

Compete With Yourself

Never compare yourself to anyone else! They are probably comparing themselves to you as well, and what good does it do any of you? Start competing with yourself and forget about what anyone else is doing. This works for athletes and it can work for you as well. If you aren't comparing yourself to others you deem better than yourself, then you have much less room to feel worthless or not good enough.

Find Healthy Relationships

Healthy relationships are great for self-esteem and can be a lot of fun if you let it. Going out to dinner, movies, parks, and whatever other fun things you can think of doing with your friends or significant other can make this it s positive experience.

Have Some Goals

Don't set yourself up for failure because it will only fuel your low self-esteem. Instead, set small goals you know you can accomplish then accomplish them. The more small goals you achieve the more accomplished you will feel. Eventually those small goals will be the big goals you always failed at before. One small step at a time you see what you are really made of.

Start a Hobby

Starting a hobby can be a therapeutic simple pleasure. There's a hobby out there for everyone regardless of your age and interests. Are you active? How about a sport or yoga? Are you a techie? How about video games or building radios?

There are plenty of hobby ideas out there and no end to the list of hobbies available. Most won't cost you much money and if you're a beginner you can even start with a hobby kit to jumpstart your new hobby. If you're ready to start a new hobby and can't find one you're looking you can also, then take a look at these additional hobby ideas.

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