Friday, July 8, 2016

The Best Ways To Boost Your Energy Levels When You’re Tired Out

If you lead a busy life that’s packed full of all sorts of different daily activities, the chances are that you struggle when it comes to energy. Don’t worry; you’re not alone, energy slumps happen to the best of us, and always come at the worst times. Like right before you’re about to head off to work, attend a party, or have a day out.

 It’s true that energy slumps suck, but the good news is there are plenty of ways you can overcome them. In case you’re struggling when it comes to how much energy you have, here are a few energy boosting tips and ideas.

Get moving


I don’t know if it’s just me, but when I’m lacking energy, I find getting active a great cure. Studies have shown that if you lack energy, one of the best things to do is get moving. It’s surprising, but after walking for just 10 minutes, you’ll feel much more energised. (It works, trust me!) It’s not just walking either, any form of activity, from swimming to Tai Chi works well. If you’re feeling lethargic and need a boost, get moving for a few minutes and you’ll soon feel better.

Have a coffee

Caffeine is a natural energy booster, so if you’re feeling tired have a cup of coffee. Whole you could pop into your local coffee shop, it works out cheaper to buy a coffee machine and make your coffee of choice at home. If you like the idea of having your own, check out this excellent review of fully automatic espresso machines and other machine types. The best thing about making your coffee yourself, besides the fact it’s cheaper, is that you can choose how much coffee you put into it.

Eat chia seeds

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Did you know that chia seeds are natural energy boosters? Packed full of vitamin B, fibre and protein, these little seeds pack a powerful punch when it comes to your energy levels. You can opt to bake these into cakes, eat them on their own, or mix them into a yoghurt. How you eat them is up to you, but if you’re lacking energy, just make sure to give these a try - they work wonders. Because they’ve got an even amount of fats, protein and sugar, chia seeds won’t cause spikes in blood sugar like chocolate does, for example.

Practice yoga

Yoga is known for being a fantastic stress reliever and a fantastic form of strengthening exercise, but that’s not all yoga can do. Studies have shown that practising yoga can actually help to boost your energy levels. This may seem strange, as yoga is incredibly calming and soothing. But yoga can help to clear your mind, rejuvenate you, and give your energy stores a boost.

So, those are my tips for boosting your energy levels when you’re feeling lethargic and tired out. Take these on board, give them a try, and I promise, you’ll see results. There’s nothing worse than lacking energy all the time, at least, I don’t think there is.