Do you often feel the lack of energy to handle all the tasks of a busy day and are tired to death untill the time you go to sleep? Permanent tiredness is one of the signs your body might send you to let you know that something is wrong. Cope with it until it causes more serious problems.
Start your day right
In the morning, your energy reserves are the lowest. For a boost in energy level, follow the next simple tips:
Set the alarm clock 15 minutes earlier than usual. Thus, you will get ready without a fuss, including some time for breakfast and workout into your schedule.
Breathe deeply. Fill your tissues with oxygen and your mind and body will start to function better.
Have an invigorating shower. Shower with variable temperatures that switch between warm and cold water activates blood circulation.
Breakfast is a must have. Fuel your body in the morning. Eat some cereal, bread or toast with honey and drink a cup of tea or coffee (to fight low pressure or drowsiness) or some fruit and vegetable juice (to nourish your body with vitamins).
If you feel sleepiness throughout your day and have a blurred mind
If tiredness is combined with drowsiness, it means that you have sleep deprivation. Follow the next guidelines for sweet dreams and you’ll feel more rested in the morning:
Always go to sleep at the same time.
Do not go to bed on an empty or too full stomach.
Avoid eating or watching TV in your bedroom.
Avoid alcohol and cigarettes after dinner. Nicotine is a stimulant and alcoholic beverages provoke your waking up at night.
Some excesses to the relaxing music before the bedtime will ensure you’re a good night’s sleep.
Make sure that your bedroom is completely quiet, cool and dark enough.
If you feel experience weakness and dizziness
These are the symptoms of low pressure. Strengthen the heart with aerobic sports and increase your blood circulation drinking plenty of water.
Hot temperature reduces the pressure, as it causes the vessels to dilate which decreases the blood pressure and bring serious problems for people who are already suffering from low pressure.
If you feel the dizziness arising from a seated position, you probably have postural hypotension. That means that your body cannot adapt quickly to the changes in body posture. The first thing that can prevent dizziness is getting up slowly. Besides, you need to consume more water with salt (add 1 teaspoon of salt to a half liter of water). Thus, the flow of blood will increase and will be pumped by the hard to all the tissues of the body.
Sports, namely, aerobic activities (step, cycling, jogging, swimming and others) are ideal for people with slight hypotension. Its major benefits for them are the rises of pressure and strengthening of the heart and lungs, which improves the function of the circulatory system. These simple exercises affect the release of adrenaline, which leads to the activation of all your reflexes and the increase of pressure.
To see the first positive results of the tips given above, you need to practice them for about two weeks. Until then, you should clench your fists and wait.