Low Energy
Improper nutrition
can lead to you feeling exhausted, even if you’re getting more than 7 hours of sleep
Lack of sleep
and exercise can contribute to low energy levels
A diet
high in refined sugars results in 38% higher scores for depressive symptoms and fatigue
Underactive thyroid
often leads to low energy, fatigue, and lethargy
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5 Hacks For More Energy
Low Energy
Eat small, frequent meals
While skipping meals can slow down your metabolism, eating smaller meals more frequently can help boost your metabolism. This keeps your energy at an even level.
Eat organic foods
Organic foods contain more nutrients than non-organic, and are produced without fertilizers or pesticides. This contributes not only to better taste and overall health, but more energy, too.
Stay hydrated
Dehydration is a common cause of fatigue, and can even make you feel dizzy and lightheaded. So staying regularly topped up with water throughout the day, and drinking at least 2L in total, will keep you feeling energized.
Take pauses to meditate
Allowing your brain time to rest by pressing pause on all distractions and any new stimuli, can increase your focus and renew your energy. Even just a five-minute meditation every day can make a big difference.
Sleep at least 7 hours
When you sleep, your body regenerates. Most people need at least seven hours to gain the full benefits of a good night’s rest and wake up feeling full of energy.
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