Feeling tired on your Monday morning? That second cup of coffee is not the only thing to help you stay more alert throughout the day. According to Lizzie Fuhr with POPSUGAR, 5 small changes to your routine will help you stay more alert and positive!
Choose the Right Breakfast: That "Grab and Go" breakfast may seem convenient early in the morning however if it is not filled with complex carbs, fiber and protein consider it a push down the midmorning slump.
Make Time to Work Out: It may seem hard during a busy day to head to the gym but working out is the one of the best defenders of fatigue. Daily exercise can help you sleep more soundly and wake up more energized with.
Hydrate, Hydrate,Hydrate: Being tired is actually one of the first signs of being hydrated! Staying hydrated not only helps fight fatigue but also keeps skin glowing and helps with a healthy digestive system.
Allow Yourself a Break: A 5 minute walk in the fresh air or a couple desk stretches will boost your energy and mood in the office.
Turn of Electronics before Bed: Help your body fall asleep more soundly by turning of TVs and cellphones 20 minutes before bedtime. Adequate sleep at night will keep your body functioning at its top potential all day long.
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