Feeling tired all the time?

March 12, 2013 by  
Filed under Wind Energy Tips

For most of us feeling constantly tired had become a normal routine in our lives. We are tired when we wake up, tired when we work, tired when we do almost everything. Unfortunately we have accepted it as a very normal part of our lives and have even given up trying to find ways of getting out of tiredness and revitalizing ourselves.

Let’s try these very simple tips to see if we still feel tired.

Watch what you eat: Reaching for caffeine and sugar can backfire, leaving you more fatigued. This is because your blood sugar levels fluctuate wildly when you take these foods.

Instead, go for a balanced, healthy diet with fruits, vegetables, and very lean protein. Eating healthy also means you will carry less weight, and obesity is a big contributor to fatigue.

How much you sleep: You saw this one coming, right? Many people don’t get enough sleep. If you’re one of them, avoid caffeine and alcohol in the hours just before bedtime, turn off the TV before bed, and keep your bedroom quiet and restful. You also need to take a weekend off and try and have enough rest. This way you kind of make up for the sleep deficit.

How much you exercise: Doing rigorous exercise can sometimes make you feel tired for a long time. I suggest you take it slow with the kind of exercises you do. Each time you exercise especially those who like to exercise in the evenings finish at least three hours before bedtime, so you have time to wind down and if you think that exercise would just make you more tired, you are wrong. Exercise breeds energy. Sedentary people who start exercising feel much less fatigue than those who stay idle. Start exercising and a month from now, you should notice some improvement.

Give the tips we have discussed a chance. Do not go thinking there could be something more unti you have tried the above to the fullest. If you still feel tired after these you may have to see a doctor.

Source: The Weekend Globe

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