You are doing everything right. You got eight hours of sleep. You didn’t use electronics for an hour before you went to sleep. You made sure your room was darm and cool. Yet, you still feel tired.
Does this sound fimiliar? Lack of good sleep isn’t the only reason for the fatigue you are feeling. Keep on reading to find out what else may be going wrong and how to start feeling more awake and ready to take on the day ahead.
Sure, coffee is a great thing. It has many antioxidents and gives you a muvch needed boost of energy. But there can be too much of a good thing. When you drink too much coffee, you body becomes dependent on the caffiene. To prevent this, have only one ciup of coffee every morning and don’t have any after 12 o’clock. Also, try making it bulletproof style. which is when you add a bit a coconut oil into your coffee. The fats in the oil slows down your body absorbsition rate of the caffiene, making the effects of the caffiene last longer. Another alternative is having a cup of matcha, which has a similar effect.
If stress is a part of your everyday life, it could be the cause of your daily fatigue. Adding something as simple as ten minutes of easy yoga or journaling into your daily routine will make a world of a difference. Just find something relaxing and stress free.
Fatigue is a sign from your body that something is up. Changing the way you eat could be make a huge difference. If your body isn’t getting enough of your daily nutrients, it is going to start feeling tired. Fix this by reducing your sugar intake and making sure you are eating a healthy balence of carbs, fats and protiens. If you can’t get your neede amount through your diet, try considering supplements.
One of the earliest symptoms of dehydration is fatigue. Making sure that you are drinking enough water every day will make you feel so much better in general. It will help with your energy levels, your skin, your hunger and tons more.
Will you be trying any of these ways to get rid of farigue? Let me know in the comments below!