Monday, January 27, 2014

You can not avoid everyday tasks, but at least you can change something about yourself and feel energized throughout the day. In addition we present some tips that will be of great importance in the implementation of full-day responsibilities.

Regular breakfast        

Your breakfast should include protein and complex carbohydrates. It is best in the morning to drink a cup of yogurt and eat some fruit. Consumption of simple carbohydrates quickly raise blood sugar levels, which after a while causes sharp decline and reduction of energy and fatigue. Complex carbohydrates are digested for longer time and give a feeling of satiety that lasts several hours.

Fruit for snacks

When you feel you are fiddling, just eat some juicy fruit. Fresh fruit is rich in fructose and after its consumption, the body will not react with sudden raising and lowering of blood sugar, but will raise the level of energy and you will feel fresher.


Besides healthy food the body needs water for its rehydration. Occasionally drink in a glass of water. The required quantity of water throughout the day is 2 liters.

Sugar and caffeine in small amounts
If you experience a lack of energy and you feel drowsy, do not immediately drink coffee or eat chocolate. Sugars and caffeine will raise the level of sugar just for a short time and you feel the flow of energy. But right after that sugar falls sharply and you will feel exhausted.

Do not starve
Try during the day instead of the usual three to have five smaller meals.Thus your metabolism will constantly working by not letting your energy levels fall below the level necessary to perform everyday tasks. Better to replenish energy with smaller meals that will come to accelerate the metabolism and thus the body will not store excess food in fat.

Sleep enough

A healthy and varied diet can increase energy but cannot compensate lack of sleep. Therefore, in addition to diet, you need to look out for the quality of sleep.
To rest the body and to regenerate brain cells you need to sleep 7-8 hours per night. Sleeping during the day can not replace night sleep.


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