If you feel sluggish during the day or feel like you don’t have enough energy you’re not alone. Try these tips, they should help you feel full of energy and enthusiasm for everything you go through the day.

 Boost your Energy Levels with Green Drinks

Would you love to wake up in the morning feeling all energized and vitalized, keeping your energy levels up throughout the day and still feel awake and energized after a busy day at work?A daily intake of ‘green drinks’ might do the trick! They can instantly help to get rid of sluggishness and fatigue by giving your body all the vitamins, minerals and enzymes it needs to work efficiently. This, in turn, will significantly boost your energy levels and hence improve your overall health and quality of life.

Green drinks vary in terms of ingredients. It’s hard to trust drinks bought at the store as they are full of sugars in many cases. Our recommendation is to make your own green shake but we know it’s difficult (and messy). A super easy and healthy solution is green patriot green shake. All the ingredients are dried at a very low temperature in order to keep all the enzymes viable and sold in either powder or capsule form. They infuse our body with easily absorbed minerals, vitamins, and amino acids.

Start the Day with a Workout

A workout can be anything from a brisk walk, a swim, a visit to the gym or some exercises at home. Whatever it is, you need to do enough exercise to get your blood flowing or to get a bit out of breath. If you do this for at least 20 minutes first thing in the morning you will feel that you have more energy to carry on with your day.

Take a Healthy Breakfast

If you leave the house without any breakfast then you won’t have the fuel you need to give you energy. Eat something that will slowly release energy through the morning and keep you feeling awake. Try something like bran cereal with sultanas and fruit juice, or wholemeal toast with scrambled or boiled eggs. Try wholegrain muesli or a fruit salad with toasted oats.

Take a power nap

If you wake up early and don’t have much sleep through the night, then taking a short nap at lunchtime might help. You will feel recharged, and you don’t need more than 20-30 minutes to give you a big burst of energy to help you through your afternoon or evening.

About Dr Sundus Basharat

My name is Dr. Sundus Basharat, 25years old. I was graduated from Lahore College for Women University, my major is medicine. I live in Pakistan. I have ever worked in the community Health service center in Pakistan. Now I am working as a writer my motto is “write now what people need”. I spend most of my time in writing in a social network to gather people and give them interesting news and solution of most of our daily health and wealth problems.

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