Dragging Ass? 4 Things To Help You Beat Fatigue

By on September 20, 2017

1. Take A Power Nap


Phycologist Michael Breus, Ph.D is a renown sleep expert and gives us great suggestions on taking power naps.

If you’re feeling a little sluggish after lunch find a dark room preferably cool, it’s best if you have a reclining chair, and a blanket.

Don’t forget to take your shoes off and turn the mobile devices off as well. ear plugs. Set your alarm for 25 minutes (30 minutes max).

Be sure to give at least 8 hours between your nap and bedtime.

2. Don’t Sleep On Meditation


Mayo Clinic the practice has several physical health benefits including anxiety,
asthma, chronic pain, depression, and for the sake of this article sleep problems.

3. Fresh Air and Sun


If the post-lunch naps aren’t giving you the spark you need to blaze through your day try going for a walk. Dr. Breus often recommends taking a walk outside in the sunshine for 15 minutes to give you the solar charge you need to ignite your inner you.

Unfortunately for many people in cooler and gloomier climates this may not be an option but dressing less glooming and working in more positive colored surroundings may be the next best thing.

4. Eat A Healthy Superfood Breakfast


You’r not in college and your body has been telling you that for years so stop eating like the 20 year old you and starting eating like a healthy and responsible adult.

Energy boosting superfoods include quinoa, blueberry’s, avocado’s, strawberrys, kale, and protein heavy almonds.