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10 Tips to Have More Energy Now

We all need more energy, right? This is the number one complaint of our clients. They are too tired! Some of them wake up feeling tired. Some complain that they start yawning around ten o’clock in the morning and most are really sleepy at three o’clock in the afternoon. Wouldn’t it be great to have abundant energy that lasts all day and still have energy to enjoy your evening too? Try these 10 tips and live your best life!

1)     Reduce or eliminate caffeine.

  • The ups and downs of caffeine include dehydration and blood sugar ups and downs, making mood swings more frequent.

2)     Drink water.

  • Most Americans are chronically dehydrated. Before you go to sugar or caffeine, have a glass of water and wait a few minutes to see what happens.
  • Caution: Soft drinks are now America’s number one source of added sugar.

3)     Eat dark leafy green vegetables.

  • Green is associated with spring, the time of renewal and refreshing, vital energy.
  • Greens are full of vitamins and nutrients and great for strengthening the immune system.
  • Broccoli, collards, bok choy, kale, mustard greens, broccoli rabe, arugula and dandelion greens are some of the many to choose from.

4)     Use gentle sweets.

  • Avoid sugar and chemical artificial sweeteners.
  • Use gentle sweeteners like maple syrup, brown rice syrup, agave nectar, and stevia.
  • Eat sweet vegetables such as yams, carrots, and beets.

5)     Get physical activity.

  • Start with simple activities, like walking or yoga-start with 10 minutes a day and increase.

6)     Get more sleep and rest and relaxation.

  • When you are tired or stressed, your body will crave energy.
  • These cravings are often a result of being sleep-deprived, going to bed late, and waking up early for months and years on end.

7)     Evaluate the amount of animal food you eat.

  • Eating too much meat, dairy, chicken, and eggs can lead to low energy. So can eating too little! Experiment. Respect your body’s individuality.

8)     Take time for yourself.

  • Find activities that restore your energy, such as a walk, a bath, a museum, a movie, or whatever you enjoy and schedule a weekly date with yourself to do these things!

9)     Get in touch with your spirituality.

  • We are spiritual beings in a physical world.
  • Find ways to get in touch with your spiritual side, be it meditating, dancing, drawing, going to church or temple, or being in nature.

10)  Get rid of relationships that drain you.

  • People can drain you of your energy. It doesn’t mean that they are bad, but it is good to notice who drains you and why.
  • See if you can transform those relationships by communicating and setting boundaries or end the relationship.

Feeling tired is not a sign that you are getting older; it’s a sign that you need to make some changes.