Do You Feel Tired All The Time Then Read This!

today we’re going to learn how to stop

being tired all the time now let’s begin

number one ditch your seat in the last

decade daily fatigue has become an

increasingly common problem for people

around the world fifteen percent of

women say they feel noticeably tired on

a daily basis while over ten percent of


fall into the same category now that

means in the US alone tens of millions

of people are exhausted all the time so

what’s the problem why are so many

people struggling to keep their energy

levels up well one answer is hiding

behind something you do for hours every

day you do it at work you do it at home

you even do it when you’re out with

friends if you haven’t already guessed

I’m talking about sitting the average

American sits for over six and a half

hours of their eight-hour workday and it

doesn’t stop there when you get home you

lie down for another couple of hours

watching TV or you sit back on the couch

while you’re reading a book without

realizing it you’re spending eight to

twelve hours a day sitting on your

backside now all that sitting is having

a major effect on your energy levels

when you sit for long periods of time

your body slows down and you start

feeling lazy so if you want to stop

feeling tired all the time then you need

to stand up and get your body moving a

2013 study found that short bursts of

activity are one of the most effective

ways to stimulate your body and your

brain whenever possible try to squeeze

in fifteen to twenty minutes of exercise

yeah I know it doesn’t sound like much

but that little burst of activity can

give you energy for hours

number two cut your daily coffee around

ninety percent of people in the u.s.

consumes some sort of caffeine on a

daily basis drinks like coffee tea and

soda pump your body full of

of milligrams of caffeine giving you a

much-needed burst of energy for a few

hours your nervous system goes into

overdrive your heart beats faster more

blood rushes into your brain and muscles

and feel-good hormones like serotonin

and dopamine improve your mood

concentration and productivity so it’s

no surprise that so many people rely on

caffeine to make it through the day when

you’re feeling tired or unmotivated you

might turn to coffee or an energy drink

to pick you back up and it probably will

but that sudden burst of energy might be

hurting you in the long run most people

only pay attention to the short-term

benefits of caffeine they experience

that increase in focus and productivity

and they get hooked but over time

caffeine can have a major impact on your

natural energy levels just think about

it if you’re constantly relying on

coffee to give you energy won’t your

body have a harder time feeling

energetic on its own oh and that’s not

all caffeine consumption also worsens

the quality of your sleep at night

caffeine makes it harder for your body

to relax and gradually wind down one

study found that caffeinated drinks

actually delay your biological clock

you’ll naturally start falling asleep

later and it’ll take even longer for you

to enter a deep sleep remember that your

body uses deep sleep to encode new

memories detoxify and get ready for the

next day so by drinking too much

caffeine you’re preventing your brain

from functioning at its best so if you

want to stop feeling tired all the time

just decrease the amount of caffeine

that you drink each day you don’t have

to immediately cut all caffeine out of

your life that’ll just make you feel

miserable and even more unproductive but

you should gradually lessen your

caffeine intake just try ordering

smaller cups of coffee or drink one less

soda each day little by little you’ll

feel more energetic than ever and it

won’t be because of the coffee number 3

pinpoint your stress patterns

fatigue doesn’t always come from

something you did wrong there are tons

of other reasons why you can’t shake

that stress and negativity but it isn’t

always easy to figure out what exactly

is stressing you out that’s why some

people use a stress Journal to pinpoint

the stressors in their life a stress

journal is a place for you to write down

everything that stresses you out each

day are you worried about a presentation

at work are you anxious about your

relatives coming to visit it’s important

to consistently keep track of every

stressor because your journal will help

you identify the patterns of stress okay

let’s say you’re hanging out with a

toxic friend of yours when after just a

few hours you’re left feeling frustrated

so you go to write it down in your

stress journal but when you look back at

the last few times that you hung out

with that friend you realize something

they’re constantly adding more stress to

your life when you see that kind of

negative pattern well then you know that

it’s time to make a change it might be

hard at first but over time you’ll

notice a huge difference in your stress

and overall positivity number four eat

more iron if you’re feeling tired all

the time then you may want to take a

closer look at the stuff you’re putting

into your body many people struggle with

fatigue because they aren’t eating

enough iron iron is something you’ll

find in foods like beans whole grains

nuts and leafy greens and our bodies

can’t function without it we need iron

to create a red protein called

hemoglobin which gives your blood its

trademark red color but that’s not the

reason hemoglobin is so important this

protein transports oxygen to every nook

and cranny of your body so without the

right amount of hemoglobin your organs

and muscles just can’t do their jobs

your muscles will feel weak your brain

will feel foggy even your lungs will

feel weaker when so many things are

going wrong in your body you can’t help

but feel tired and sickly oh but the

good news is getting rid of your fatigue

may be as simple as eating a few more

vegetables each day that extra serving

of iron could be the difference between

laziness and productivity number 5

excite your mind are you feeling trapped

or bored at work have you lost touch

with your favorite hobbies sometimes

fatigue means you’re just not feeling

inspired when you’re constantly doing

things that you don’t like well it

drains your energy it makes it ten times

harder to dedicate yourself to your work

the simple truth is you can’t force

yourself to feel passionate if you’re

stuck in a field that you hates if you

wake up every morning dreading going to

work well it doesn’t matter if you

incorporate every healthy habit on this

list that frustration is going to SAP

your enthusiasm that’s why you should

look for opportunities to get excited it

doesn’t matter if it’s a new project at

work or a hobby that you’re trying on

the side just make sure you feel

challenged and inspired as often as


number six shrink your meals most of us

have eaten three meals a day for our

entire lives one in the morning one in

the early afternoon and one in the

evening but these three meals may be

weighing you down more than you think

the vast majority of people are hungry

more than three times a day we’re hungry

the first thing in the morning so we eat

breakfast but what happens when you get

hungry a couple of hours later you still

have three more hours until lunch so you

force yourself to wait but by the time

lunch rolls around you’re not just

hungry anymore you’re starving so you

eat way more than you need to now

normally you should feel energetic after

a meal but instead you feel even more

tired and sluggish than you did before

chances are you just want to take a nap

and sleep off that giant meal that’s why

you should replace your three large

meals with six or seven small ones when

you’re feeling hungry don’t make

yourself wait eat something small give

yourself a little burst of energy

without feeling the need to overdo it

that way you can reap the benefits of a

well portioned meal instead of eating

yourself into a food coma number seven

think about your breathing how often do

you stop and think about the way you

breathe probably not very often many of

us go days or weeks without thinking

about our breath which is pretty strange

if you ask me

breathing literally keeps you alive yet

it fades so easily into the background

like blinking your eyes or pumping your

heart so how does paying attention to

your breath keep you from feeling tired

well believe it or not a few minutes of

careful breathing will leave you feeling

clear-headed and re-energized all you

have to do is sit up straight take a big

breath in through your nose let the

oxygen fill your lungs then take a big

breath out sounds pretty easy right if

you can do that 10 or 15 times then

you’ll feel physically and mentally

revitalized the sudden flow of oxygen

will give your body a boost in

performance while that moment of

relaxation gives you a chance to

de-stress oh and the best part is you

can use this trick as often as you want

breathing will always be good for you so

don’t be afraid to take a breath

whenever you’re feeling tired.

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