5 Tips on how to boost your energy levels

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Spring fever can also bring about spring fatigue. Moving from one season to another can be exhausting both physically and emotionally. Everything starts to come to life after a long, chilled winter and things start moving fast. Perhaps even too fast. Staying energised is no easy task, and feeling overly tired and overwhelmed can affect your work, family life and general wellbeing. So what’s the solution? Here are 5 tips on how to boost your energy levels.

Get a good night’s sleep

Go to sleep early. Make sure you start every day rested and ready to take on any kind of challenge. Your body needs to take some time off from thinking, moving and hustling. Try and avoid watching TV or scrolling on your phone before going to bed. You don’t want to overload your brain with information, and sometimes the best way to switch off is by turning off your devices. This will help you be mindful, mentally preparing yourself for positive thoughts and sweet dreams.

Waking up rested is one of the best feelings in the world!

Stock up on vitamins

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Your body needs some extra support from vitamins and minerals. The best and most natural way to get all the vitamins your body needs is by eating the right foods, including plenty of fruits and vegetables. If you’re living a busy lifestyle and don’t have time to boost your diet with wholesome foods, try making quick smoothies every morning in a blender. Your last alternative is to buy vitamin supplements from pharmacies. However, it’s much better to get your vitamin boost naturally.

Bonus tip: Enjoy some vitamin sea! Take a stroll by the sea to refresh your mind, body and soul.

Enjoy some fresh air

Fresh oxygen is very important for your body. Being surrounded by clean air can boost your energy levels and improve your general wellbeing. You can buy some indoor plants or take a walk around a public garden to enjoy some high-quality air. If you find the air in your home too dry, and you constantly wake up with a congested nose, you can buy a humidifier to improve the quality of the air at home. Your body needs fresh air to make everything work, so don’t underestimate the power of O2.

Avoid consuming alcohol

Drinking alcohol can affect your stamina. Having a beer or glass of wine after work can seem like the logical thing to do in order to unwind. You’re feeling tired and you want to relax, but ironically alcohol makes things even worse. You want to boost your energy levels, but drinking booze does the absolute opposite. Alcohol can make you feel tired due to its sedative effect, and it also causes dehydration in your body (which in turn causes hangovers). A glass of wine every now and then is fine, but if you truly want to feel energised and fresh as a daisy, avoid alcohol completely. 

Bonus tip: Drink a glass of vitamin C-rich lemon water after every glass of wine.

Adopt a healthy lifestyle

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Join a gym or spend some time outdoors focusing on your fitness. A healthy and energised mind lives in a healthy fit body. Spending time outdoors can also help you get that much-needed fresh air. Working out will help your body and your metabolism work efficiently, and you will feel the difference almost immediately. This healthy mindset also brings about the desire to maintain a healthy diet. Once you get the ball rolling, you’ll feel your energy levels rising each day.

Boosting your energy levels is essential in order to perform to the best of your abilities.

Start improving your wellbeing immediately, you won’t regret it. If you need support, get in touch with these 11 Nutritionists or check out these 65 Health & Fitness Clubs located on the Maltese Islands. Find what you’re looking for on yellow.com.mt — and boost your energy levels today!

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