Drink plenty of water
Reports show that 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated. Dehydration is the
number one cause of daytime fatigue.
Make sure you get plenty of sleep each night (seven or more hours at least).
Eat a healthy‚ well-balanced diet with plenty of fruits‚ vegetables‚ whole grains and lean protein sources. Eat small
amounts often to boost metabolism and keep energy levels high. Avoid stimulants such as caffeine as this quick high causes a
sag in energy levels and dehydration later on. Try Elemis Body Enhancement Capsules for improved energy‚ health and wellbeing.
Even when really tired exercise boosts blood circulation‚ which provides oxygen and nutrients to tired muscles
making you feel energized.
Avoid being overworked or overstretching yourself. If necessary cancel a few after work engagements or cut back on
the kids after school activities. If necessary take a day off work to pamper yourself and catch up on much needed R&R. Take a
"mental health day!"
Learn better ways to relax. Try yoga or meditation. See the www.timetospa.com website for meditation techniques.
Take time for yourself
Pamper and de-stress‚ try taking a bath with Elemis Pure Retreat Bath Soak or apply a
hair treatment and a facial mask like Elemis Fruit Active Rejuvenating Mask.
Both are great pick me ups and promote relaxation.
Avoid alcohol‚ nicotine‚ and drug use
Also‚ limit caffeine and refined sugar ingestion. Each increases fatigue in the long