How to cheer up and save energy

Feb­ru­ary 23, 2017, 21:55

How to stay active regard­less of the stress at work and at home?

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1. Con­sid­er your bio­rhythms. Of course, it is very dif­fi­cult to adjust the work sched­ule to your bio­rhythms, but we can make some adjust­ments. Giv­en the char­ac­ter­is­tics of the body, it is eas­i­er to com­plete the tasks. Plan your day so that impor­tant things hap­pen dur­ing your active hours. And do your rou­tine on an ener­gy decline.

2. Try to get enough sleep.
Used to stay­ing up late? This is one of the rea­sons for con­stant fatigue. The body does not have enough time to recov­er, so you feel over­whelmed. The hope that you will be able to get enough sleep on the week­end is self-decep­tion. So you’re break­ing the rules even more. There­fore, try to plan your day so that you sleep 7–8 hours.

3. Rest and relax.
Spend the week­end with fam­i­ly and friends, for­get about work these days. Med­i­ta­tion is a great way to relax. If you don’t want to med­i­tate, learn to lis­ten to silence. This activ­i­ty is relax­ing.

4. Half an hour of sports dai­ly.

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It can even be a sim­ple walk, but it will help the body bounce back. Dur­ing exer­cise, metab­o­lism improves, and you feel cheer­ful and ener­getic.

5. Review the usu­al menu.
Instead of fill­ing your plate with carbs, make more room for pro­tein. They help main­tain a con­stant lev­el of glu­cose in the blood in the body, which means that before din­ner you will not remem­ber the feel­ing of hunger and will be full of strength and ener­gy. By the way, “ener­gy” prod­ucts include, for exam­ple, meat, fish, eggs, cot­tage cheese, yogurt and nuts. But keep in mind: you need to eat them not when you want, but at cer­tain hours. Indis­crim­i­nate snack­ing leads to overeat­ing and drowsi­ness.

6. Don’t for­get about breaks.
Was it a dif­fi­cult day? Take short breaks. Retire, close your eyes, slow­ly inhale and exhale, remem­ber your loved ones. By relax­ing, you will reduce stress and relieve mus­cle ten­sion. Such respite will help you stay calm even on busy days.

7. If fatigue does not let go.
Get test­ed. Make sure that the cause of chron­ic fatigue is not caused by health prob­lems. As a rule, we are forced to go to the doc­tors by severe pain, but we per­ceive fatigue as some­thing ordi­nary. We believe that she will pass. In fact, the rea­son may be more seri­ous than you think. There­fore, do not delay your vis­it to the doc­tor.

8. Sur­round­ed by pos­i­tive peo­ple.

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If you con­stant­ly com­mu­ni­cate with whin­ers and pes­simists, then grad­u­al­ly this neg­a­tiv­i­ty will pass to you. Try to avoid com­mu­ni­ca­tion with those who dri­ve you into melan­choly and despon­den­cy. Or influ­ence these peo­ple by lift­ing their spir­its. Being active and cheer­ful is a prob­lem for such a per­son, so give him a help­ing hand! Draw his atten­tion to the pleas­ant aspects of life.

9. Invig­o­rat­ing aro­mas. Quick­ly cheer up with the help of aro­mat­ic oils. Stim­u­late to work lemon and tan­ger­ine. An aro­mather­a­py ses­sion is appro­pri­ate at any time, and even at the work­place. One of the col­leagues may not like the aro­ma lamp, but ordi­nary tea with lemon will not annoy any­one. Instead of the fruit itself, you can add a cou­ple of drops of its essen­tial oil to the drink.

10. In the evening, after work, resist the temp­ta­tion to “rest” in front of the TV. Watch­ing TV does not give the brain a chance to relax. Bet­ter take a warm show­er, and then put on invig­o­rat­ing music. Water will give a feel­ing of fresh­ness, and a rhyth­mic melody will cheer you up. Before going to bed, drink herbal tea, read a book, and tomor­row you will be full of strength and ener­gy.

Edi­tor’s advice. When lethar­gy and drowsi­ness over­comes at the height of the day, it is an excel­lent rem­e­dy … to suc­cumb to it and take a nap for about 15 min­utes (of course, if there is such an oppor­tu­ni­ty: for exam­ple, you work remote­ly). This often becomes enough to cheer up.

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The opin­ion of the edi­tors may not coin­cide with the opin­ion of the author of the arti­cle.

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