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How to stay active and boost your energy levels in today’s fast paced times?

Energy is essential in this sleep-deprived, overstretched, high-speed world. Everybody is leading a hectic life has become a natural part of life. The challenge, therefore, is to maintain health and vitality, which can only be done by preserving the energy.

– Get a good sleep in night
Having eight hours of sleep is very necessary. It is very important to sleep at proper time. Sleeping from 1 am to 9 am is not though to be as restorative as sleeping from 10 pm to 6 am because hormone secretion, body temperature, digestion, and other important restorative processes follow a 24-hour cycle linked to natural light exposure.

– Increase your magnesium intake
This mineral is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body, including breaking down glucose into energy. So when levels are even a little low, energy can drop. Add a handful of almonds, hazelnuts or cashews to your daily diet. Increase your intake of whole grains, particularly bran cereal. Eat more fish, especially halibut.

– Eat wholesome cereals
Wholesome cereals such as corn flakes, museli, oatmeal without adding sugar provide quick energy. These meals are digested slowly which means that sugar levels stay stable.

– Drink enough water
Drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water in a day especially if you are working out or in warm weather. Drinking nimbu paani will replenish nutrients that are lost.

– When you take time to rest, relax, meditate and eat well, you are preserving energy you already have and are also taking an opportunity to cultivate more. Meditate for 20-25 minutes daily. Try to take a quick 15 to 20 minutes of power nap during the day to help you fight fatigue and low energy and try to stretch for 10minutes twice a day.

– Don’t Skip Breakfast — or Any Other Meal.
– Reduce Stress and Deal With Anger.
– Eat More Whole Grains and Less Sugar.
– Check Your Thyroid Function and Complete Blood Cell Count.
– Although coffee initially raises stress hormones and gives a rush of energy, consuming several cups or more of coffee per day can promote burnout.

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