Add a Zing to Your Step: How to Feel More Energetic – Naturally

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It would seem that the average life is becoming increasingly busy, and we’re only human. Every now and again we find ourselves feeling drained and unsure of how to feel more energetic.

Sometimes we just need to take a little time out to recover, but sometimes that lethargy can hang on longer than we’d like. If that’s the case, don’t panic…

How to Feel More Energetic, The Golden 9

I’ve always used my energy levels as a yardstick for my overall well-being. Once they start dipping I go straight to this list of 9 ways to naturally boost energy levels and fight off lethargy

Tweak Your Diet

Take a look at what you’re eating, and perhaps what you’re not eating. Food is the fuel to your engine, but not all of it is made equal:

  • Get More 
    • Fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables
    • Lean proteins
    • Whole grains and complex carbs
    • Nuts and seeds 
    • Leafy greens
  • Eat Less 
    • Processed foods
    • Added sugars 
    • Refined carbohydrates
    • Salt
    • Fried food
    • Saturated fat

Sleep Better

Aim for 7-9 hours of sleep each night.

If you’re one of those people that are plagued by a busy brain once you get into bed then take time to wind down in the evening. Do something relaxing like reading a book or taking a bath at the end of the day, and don’t bring your phone to bed with you.

Take Charge of Stress

Its often easier said than done, but not impossible. Identify the stressors in your life. Are there ways to eliminate or reduce your exposure to them?

Introduce a little ‘me time’ into your life. Relax. Take a long walk, meditate or try mindfulness techniques. 

Get Regular Exercise

If you live a sedentary lifestyle then your energy levels are going to be a little ‘seated’ too.

You don’t have to be a feral beast in the gym eight times a week to have a zing in your step. Although that can be fun. Just taking a regular brisk walk or some low-intensity cycling can help fight off lethargy. 

Try White Kratom

Kratom is a tropical evergreen tree and part of the coffee family. White kratom is known for its stimulative and mood-enhancing properties.

Traditionally, white kratom leaves are chewed to increase stamina, motivation, focus and even cheerfulness during long working days. These days you can just add kratom powder to your favorite beverage. You can buy white maeng da kratom powder here. 

Limit Alcohol

Alcohol is a depressant, so drinking too much can lower your mood and leave you feeling fatigued. Drinking alcohol late at night can also interfere with your sleep, leaving you more tired the next day. 

And Caffeine

Yes, it might sound counter-intuitive, but Caffeine could be making you tired! Caffeine is a diuretic so drinking it to stay awake can make you dehydrated. Drinking it too often and too late in the day can also reap havoc with your sleep.

Drink Plenty of Water

Aim to get 2 liters of water a day as a bare minimum. You’re 60% water, and not drinking enough of it will actually lower your blood volume. This means you don’t get enough blood to your brain and your heart has to work harder.

And Finally, Supplement

Try adding some of these energy-boosting supplements to your life:

  • Vitamin B12
  • Ginseng
  • Tyrosine
  • Creatine
  • Ashwagandha
  • Zinc
  • Iron
  • Vitamin D
  • Maca 

Keeping an eye on your energy levels is of vital importance. If they’re low, then these tips on how to feel more energetic should put you back on track.

If lethargy does persist despite lifestyle changes speak with a health professional. 

Be sure to check out the rest of our site for more lifestyle tips.   

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