Some of these points from the following list can be summarized in a contribution to a healthier life, to perform more during the day, de-stress and increase vitality . Give your day meaning by injecting it with a powerful intention and have a much more productive and abundant day of things that will enrich your life.

Follow these tips to feel more vitality and health

If you feel listless every time you start the day or while it goes by, follow the following tips to make the most of your day by performing every minute with productive results.

1. Eat a satisfying breakfast and a light meal

A heavy meal, especially one with a lot of carbs or fat (like a hamburger combo) will hit you as soon as you get back to the office and will make you lazy until the end of the day. Better eat a big breakfast. It will provide you with the energy and vitality you need for the day when your body needs it most. Not only will you avoid the eating meal in the afternoon, the large breakfast will make you more productive in the morning. Double win.

2. Work with your internal clock

Throughout the day there is a natural ebb and flow of energy. We start slow after waking up, even with 8 hours of good sleep. Our energy rises in the middle of the morning, and it is natural to want an afternoon nap. We get a second pinch of energy in the early evening, followed by our lowest energy points just before bed. Once you understand that this is the natural energy rhythm throughout the day, you can work on your most important tasks during your peak energy hours and avoid the early afternoon yawn festivals.

3. jokes

A little rumor in the middle of the day and random jokes is a good technique to wake up your mind. It works because it resets your mind to zero-stress thoughts for a little while. Mental pause for a few minutes will revitalize you.


4. Enjoy a cup of tea

In a recent study, University College London researchers noted that drinking a cup of tea 4-6 times a day reduces stress hormone levels in your body. The results of the study suggest that “drinking black tea can accelerate our recovery from a stressful daily life.”

5. Drink lots of water

Dehydration is a sinister cause of fatigue because it slowly creeps into you. If you consistently drink less than 8 cups of water a day, you will feel sluggish all the time. Get a 32oz bottle of water. (1 quart, 4 cups). Your goal is to empty 2 of these bottles a day. Try it for a week and see if your overall energy levels increase.

6. Stand up, stretch, and take a few deep breaths

Stretch your arms, back, legs, and neck. Take a deep breath through your nose, hold the air, and let it out slowly and forcefully. Repeat this several times. This will take 30 seconds and will give you instant results. When you sit back down, you will gain the clarity, fresh feeling, and power needed to get through the tough / boring task in front of you.

7. Listen to melodies while you work

It is well known that our pleasure centers in the brain turn on when we listen to music. Putting on your headphones and listening to whatever music you like while you work will give you a productivity boost.

8. Have more intimate relationships with your partner

Speaking of an endorphin rush! If you keep those endorphins flowing constantly, you will get more natural energy and more vitality in your steps .

9. Get a good night’s sleep

We need 7-8 hours of sleep to feel fully rested and vital the next day. Sleeping less than 6 hours a night consistently creates “sleep weakness” from which it is difficult to recover. If you’re getting enough sleep, it should take you up to 30 minutes to fall asleep. If you are falling asleep as soon as your head hits the pillow (or while sitting at your desk), you are having symptoms of sleep deprivation.

10. Decongest your nose

If allergies have your sinusitis blocked, you may feel more tired and moody. A little decongestant medicine should clear your sinusitis (and your mind.)

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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