Energy Guide: To Keep You Going

by Head Health Nutter on August 15, 2016

Anybody can be bounding with energy. There is no magic formula required just some plain information that needs to be applied to achieve the desired effects. Today guest blogger, Natalia, shares with us her energy guide to keep us going!

Many people follow the rules quite naturally and they are the ones who always have plenty of pep whether it is the hottest day of summer or the middle of winter. Most people are relatively fit and well. Of course, if you are unwell, your energy flags. But if you are fit but get sick, you will find that you are quickly back on your feet at full strength in no time.

Here are some of the key areas to watch to maintain good health and plenty of energy.Woman making a big jump on a beautiful green meadow

SLEEP: This is essential. Most people need about eight hours’ sleep every night. This is the time when the human system replenishes itself after the day’s activities. Deprive yourself of a full night’s sleep on a regular basis and you will quickly lose energy. But a good night’s sleep will get you off to a strong start each day.

FRESH AIR: Your body needs plenty of oxygen, too. If you spend your days with windows and doors closed, surrounded by other people exhaling carbon dioxide you will quickly become lethargic and dreamy. So throw open the windows and doors. Let oxygen circulate. The more you inhale the richer and more effective your blood becomes, and the livelier you will become.

TEMPERATURE: This is another aspect of the atmosphere. A cool environment is always more mentally and physically bracing than a warm or hot one. Air conditioned offices and homes and cars help maintain energy during a hot day. Heat and closeness breed sleep, as a warm fire or radiator during winter demonstrate.

EMOTIONS: The quickest way to feel washed out and tired is to have a conflict with someone, even if it is yourself. Conflict, such as worry or an argument with a spouse, boss, girl/boy friend, simply drains your resources of energy. If you want to stay alert, avoid situations which are likely to result in a fight.

POSITIVE THINKING: The greatest single boost to energy is positive thinking. If you tell yourself at the start of the day that this is going to be the best day of your life, you are 90 percent of the way to success. Vitality, life and energy will pump through your body.

PLANNING: The extension of positive thinking is to plan your day. If you sit down for two minutes each morning and write down an approximate program for the day ahead, you will find that everything flows easily. You will not be upset by what is going on around you and you will be able to aim at specific goals.

It may sound too easy to just to put a few things on paper and find your day to be super productive and satisfying; but those who follow such a plan will tell you that it works! Your energy will be maintained throughout the day because you are mentally geared to achieving the goals you set for yourself.

EATING: Of course your body must be properly nourished. This is an area where many people fail. A high protein, high vitamin diet is ideal. Certain carbohydrates are good for immediate energy sources, so for instance, a workout. Other carbohydrates are not sustaining, failing to provide the body with ongoing requirements throughout your day. Learn what a nutritious diet is and be careful in the selection of what you eat to ensure a properly balanced diet.

WEIGHT: Following on from eating, your weight will have a significant bearing on energy. Obese people find life much harder than those who are trim. Every pound of excess weight is merely an added burden for your body to carry around each day. It must absorb some energy. The heart has to work harder and all the body’s systems are overburdened. Most suffer both physically and emotionally.

EXERCISE: One way to stay trim and fit is to make sure that you have plenty of exercise. You don’t have to run three or four kilometres every day. Walk up the last few flights of stairs to work each day or walk to the next bus stop or walk home from the station each evening instead of driving. It is cheaper, too, and you will begin to feel refreshed after a few weeks.

DRUGS: Finally, the fewer drugs and medications you take, generally speaking, the better off you will be. This does not include medicines prescribed by your doctor for specific reasons. High drug intake pattern can reduce energy, sap physical and emotional powers and make life doubly hard when it should become progressively easier.

So check this list and give each point careful consideration. Are you giving yourself a reasonable chance at an energetic life? If you follow these general points, this summer could be the best you have ever had.

About the Author

As a beauty expert, health researcher, and lifestyle blogger, Natalia uses writing as an important tool both for communicating important ideas and for learning how healthy lifestyle choices involving health, diet, and fitness. She has written many articles that will help women become prettier, more attractive and confident.

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