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Get Your Energy Level Up

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Personal Wellbeing and Peak Human Performance.

Many of you wonder ‘’Why do I always feel tired?’’ There is a simple explanation in most people’s cases.

Often the reason that people feel tired is that they are not eating enough and not eating the right kinds of foods. The human body needs an adequate supply of carbohydrates to survive. Carbohydrates turn into energy that our body uses as ‘fuel’ in its daily functions.

So it makes sense that without adequate‘fuel’ our body feels tired and just wants to rest

So it makes sense that without adequate ‘fuel’ our
body feels tired and just wants to rest

Carbohydrates are found in food so your best bet to stop yourself from getting tired as easily is to eat more foods with higher levels of nutritious carbohydrates.

Another way to boost up your energy level is moderate exercise. A slow relaxing jog in the morning, not only boosts your energy level throughout your whole day but it also helps in preventing heart disease. And after a jog, a well-deserved shower helps you feel not only refreshed but less tired for the rest of the whole day

A simple jog can have amazing results for increasing and keeping your energy level up throughout the entire day.

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3 Ways to Increase Energy Naturally

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

In today’s exhausting world, isn’t it a struggle to stay energized? Are you finding yourself constantly running off of energy drinks and coffee?

Are you finding there are no substitutions to provide good, consistent energy levels?

Are you finding there are no
substitutions to provide good,
consistent energy levels?

Well, here are three simple ways to get yourself alert!

For those who are looking for natural alternatives to the crashes of energy drinks, the best methods are the easiest. Taking a walk is proven to not only boost energy, but increases mood and decreases depression! You don’t even have to deviate from your daily schedule, no matter how busy.

The second natural method is once more something you do in your everyday life. After a long day at work, the first order of business for most is to take a shower. Using fruit scented body washes helps restore vigor and energy, and works out the tension from muscles. Even singing in the shower, a favorite pastime proves to be therapeutic to your health.

Now, for a final method of increasing energy. Finding joy in your life isn’t just a recommendation! Studies show the body releases endorphins and serotonin, two chemicals that increases mood and relieves pain.

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One Simple Breathing Exercise to Fight Stress and Increase Productivity in the Workplace

Proper breathing can help increase your productivity in the workplace

Proper breathing can help you relieve stress and improve your productivity in the workplace.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing and Peak Human Performance.

You have deadlines closing in, an intense workload and a hectic schedule; your stress levels keep rising and your productivity in the workplace is falling as a consequence. If you are in a situation where job tasks and working environment are harming your mental well being, the reasonable thing to do is to take a moment to relax. When overly stressed, our breathing pattern changes from deep and slow breaths to quick and shallow ones. Deep breathing fully oxygenates the brain and body. It facilitates a relaxed state of mind, while short breaths make stress even worse. By following this simple exercise, which takes no more than five minutes of your time, you will be able to bring your breathing pattern back to normal, and calm yourself down.

  1. Sit on a chair with your back straight. Your lower back should not touch the chair. Avoid straining yourself; you need to be comfortable.
  2. Start inhaling fully and deeply to the count of 4
  3. Hold your breath for another count of 4
  4. Start exhaling very slowly until you reach a count of 8
  5. Wait for a count of 4 before you start inhaling again
  6. Repeat for 10 times

If a count of 4-4-8-4 is too hard for you, you can try with a count of 3-3-6-3 or 2-2-4-2. Once you manage to control your breathing, you will find that you can cope more easily with stress, which will certainly increase your productivity in the workplace.

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