Energy …

Feb 27, 2024

7 Tips to Boost it Naturally

Positive energy refers to an attitude that is encouraging, productive, and beneficial. Taking care of yourself, focusing on gratitude, being kind to others, and surrounding yourself with positive influences can all make a difference in your energy levels. 

On the contrary, low levels of energy can lead you to feel tired, a sense of daily struggle, and lack of motivation.  It can impact many areas of your life, including relationships and mental health.

Different emotions vibrate different frequencies and can negatively or positively affect your energy levels.  By truly tapping into your emotions, you can increase or decrease your body’s energy levels.  Stay connected to your core values and use them to navigate through this.  Make sure you refuel regularly by connecting with people you care about.  Through all of this, remember to not say anything to yourself that you wouldn’t say to someone else you care about.  Self-talk matters. 

Here are 7 tips for boosting your energy, naturally:

  1. Control Stress – stress can consume a huge amount of energy (that could be otherwise used in the body for positive outcomes).
  2. Lighten Your Load – one of the main reasons for fatigue is overwork. Try to streamline your “must do” activities.
  3. Exercise – studies show exercise almost guarantees that you’ll sleep more soundly. It also gives cells more energy to burn and circulates energy.
  4.  Avoid Smoking – smoke threatens your health, but it also drains your energy by causing insomnia. Nicotine is a stimulant, so it speeds the heart rate, raises blood pressure, and stimulates brain wave activity.
  5. Eat for Energy – eat foods with a low glycemic index (sugars are absorbed slowly).  This includes whole grains, high-fiber vegetables, nuts, extra virgin olive oil, low-fat proteins (lean meats).
  6. Limit Alcohol – this has a sedative effect, drink in moderation to avoid an energy slump.
  7. Drink Water – believe it or not, this is the only nutrient that has been shown to enhance performance for all but the most demanding endurance activities. If your body is short if fluids, one of the first signs of feeling fatigue/tired.

Remember, positive thoughts attract positive energy.  Positive energy levels create an overall healthier environment.  And I think you can agree that is something you can benefit from.

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