1. Good sleep
We all know that sleep, affect energy. However, people are trying to cut as much of his dream to have more time to complete many duties or to have more time to enjoy after a hard working day. It is a big mistake. The adults need 8 hours sleep in a quiet and dark room.
If you sleep 8 hours and still in the middle of the day you feel tired, take his right on “Powerful slumber.” Studies show that afternoon nap of 30 min. to 1 hour can immediately increase the power and the resting brain. But we shouldn’t allow afternoon break to become a habit, as it can impede regular night’s sleep.
2. Regular diet
The mood and energy in our body are affected by diet. Proper and regular diet can immediately increase energy. Eating several small meals keeps blood sugar levels and gives the body the necessary fuel. Regular diet doesn’t causes peaks and downs in energy levels and therefore you will feel balanced and energized throughout the day. But beware of the food we consume. For snacks between meals you should not eat food with high amount. You can freely choose almonds, apples, cereal snacks, pears or oranges.
3. More vitamins B
Many of the B vitamins help the body to convert food into energy, so if you feel tired, do not avoid foods rich in B vitamins. B vitamins are most prevalent in meat from domestic birds, fish meat, nuts, grains and seeds.
4. A lot of magnesium
Magnesium participates in more than 300 biochemical reactions in our body, and in the conversion of glucose into energy. When the level of magnesium is reduced even a little, the energy decreases. Women who have a deficiency of magnesium, suffer from rapid heart rate and need more oxygen to meet physical activity than women who have a satisfactory level of magnesium in the body. Magnesium deficiency causes the body to run fast and after some time it leads to fatigue and a drop in energy levels. Therefore, you need to devote special attention to the foods rich in magnesium such as almonds, nuts, grains (particularly bran), fish meat and bananas.
5. More water
Thirst can easily cause fatigue and lack of energy. Even little dehydration can revoke the energy of the body. The solution is simple – water. To save energy, drink plenty of water, especially if you exercise or consume alcohol.