Make sure you have enough energy to last all a day
These days everyone is super-busy and has lots to do, if only we had more hours in the day. Work never seems to end in our 24/7 world. Even after a full-on day there is just so much to do when we get home. So how can we ensure we have enough energy throughout the day to be as productive as possible an avoid exhaustion?
What You'll Need
- Filtered water - minimum 2 litres per day
- B vitamins
- Healthy fats
- Filter on your phone
- Red light box
What You'll Do
- Take regular breaks from work for 15 minutes every 60-90 minutes to recoup energy.
- Exercise. It creates energy just as long as you don't overdo it. It doesn't have to be full on hammering the treadmill, a brisk walk outside can do wonders to renew energy
- Sleep well without interruptions, you need 7-8 hours per night. See me tips on sleep if you have issues with sleeping
- Think positively by using affirmations, negative thoughts drain more energy than positive ones
- Put a filter on your phone to reduce the blue light, it drains your energy
- Drink at least 2 litres of filtered water, dehydration can cause fatigue
- Cut the sugar and simple carbohydrates, these cause peaks and troughs in your blood sugar that can make you moody and tired
- Ensure you get enough B vitamins for energy from your food or take a B complex vitamin supplement
- Increase healthy fats in your diet from avocado, extra virgin olive oil, grass-fed butter, nuts, coconut oil, your body and brain loves this form of energy
- Try a Coq10 supplement in the ubiquinol form. This is considered as a liquid energy supplement
- Get the right amount of stress, enough to challenge your metabolism but not too much this will cause burn out and adrenal fatigue
- Try red light therapy. This can re-energize your mitochondria, the energy powerhouses of your cells
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