Tuesday, November 11, 2014

How Not to Feel Tired

It is natural to feel tired of experience fatigue. This is especially true for those who have already reached their middle age. However, it can be avoided through energy-boosting practices. Below is a short list of them.

Put your health on check - Do you suffer from heart disease, kidney failure or diabetes? Any of these can cause you to feel tired and so better ask your doctor first. If you're given prescriptions drugs, check which ones cause you the feeling of tiredness. Ask your doctor what you can replace them with.


Keep moving - This includes exercising and other physical activities that you can engage in. Movement pumps up energy in the body and improves quality of life.

Avoid dehydration - Dehydrated people get tired easily. Drink as much water as you can daily. Remember that our body is mostly liquid. Replace the water you lose daily with at least 2 liters of water. You will be surprised that you don't feel tired.

Get enough sleep - Sleep is the body's natural way to rest, heal and replenish the energy that has been lost during the day. Six to eight hours of sleep during night time will keep you from feeling tired the next day.

Burn the extra pounds - Medical studies show that overweight individuals often feel lethargic. Start eating healthy food in right portions and lose weight through exercising. You will regain strength and never feel tired by doing this.