Sometimes we feel tired from the very morning; we have no strength or desire to do anything. This is due to some of the little things that you do, or, conversely, that you do not do.
Try changing your daily diet and lifestyle to help. Read on to learn more.
You are not drinking enough water
Even mild dehydration (2% fluid loss) affects your well-being and energy. Lack of fluid contributes to blood thickening. As a result, the heart is strained more, and nutrients are supplied to vital organs, including the brain, more slowly and in smaller quantities.
Your body lacks iron
Fatigue, irritability, weakness, and inability to concentrate are the first iron deficiency symptoms in the body. The reason for their occurrence is simple; less iron means less hemoglobin, which in turn leads to an insufficient supply of oxygen to organs and tissues. Enrich your diet with foods high in iron (liver, egg yolks, nuts), and exercise more.
You used to make an elephant out of a fly
This harmful psychological habit takes a lot of your energy. If, after a failure at work, you walk for another month in fear of being fired and constantly think “whatever happens,” it’s not surprising that you have no energy left for anything else.
You skip breakfast
Your metabolic activity and how you feel for the rest of the day will depend on what you eat for breakfast. The best breakfast is complex carbohydrates with vegetables, such as buckwheat (corn) porridge or quinoa, plus a vegetable salad or stew.
You don’t know how to say “no”
People who try to look good in everyone’s eyes with whom they deal are sooner or later doomed to exhaustion and chronic stress.
You work outside of office hours
Checking emails, making calls, Skype, and social media connections – they all take your energy. If you are online 24 hours a day, your body will not have the opportunity to rest qualitatively.
You read before bed from your tablet
If you are accustomed to reading before bedtime, it is better to choose paper books over electronic ones. The fact is that the blue light of the screen has an exciting effect on the nervous system. As a result, insomnia develops, and the quality of sleep drops significantly.
Adapted and translated by Wiki Avenue Staff
Sources: Today Lifestyle