6 Practical Ways To Fight Fatigue and Bring Back your Energy

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Owing to our fast paced lifestyles and hectic schedules, we often find ourselves excessively tired throughout the day. Most of the times, excessive fatigue is a result of lack of exercise, inadequate diet, nutritional deficiencies and lack of sleep.

Here are some simple and effective ways to fight fatigue:

1 . Maintain An Ideal Weight

-Research suggests that losing those extra kilos can help you stay more active and adds vigor as it reduces lethargy.

-One often wishes to hit the bed when tired, but surprisingly, physical activity serves as a good remedy for such situations. It boosts energy levels by increasing the energy hormones and improves the overall efficiency of lungs, heart and muscles.

2 . Eat Healthy

-People who eat small healthy meals but more frequently during the day have been found to have a steady blood sugar level and therefore helps them stay active.

-Include fruits, vegetables and whole grains in your daily diet for an overall healthy body.

3 . Drink Plenty Of Water

-Studies suggest that lack of water and dehydration could be a major reason for you to feel fatigued and decreases concentration. Keep sipping water more frequently across the day (7-8 glasses).

4 . Get Adequate Sleep

-Insomnia (unable to sleep properly) is a common cause for fatigue, and often makes one feel drained throughout the day. It is important to get atleast close to 6-7 hours of sleep every day before starting the day afresh.

5 . De-stress 

-Reduce stress as it exhausts maximum amount of energy.  Try relaxation techniques such as listening to music, reading, spending time with friends or other hobbies of your interest.

-Proven and documented, music is a savior for all types of moods and helps in stimulating the brain. Vibrational energy in the form of sound has been found to relax, soothe and energize your mind and body.

6 . Quit Smoking

-Studies have proved smokers to have less energy compared to the non-smokers due to the reduced available oxygen in the blood of smokers.

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