It gives you energy to start your day and kicks off your metabolism. Muesli, porridge, eggs, wholegrain/fruit toast or cereal with fruit are all good choices.
Eight hours is the average amount of sleep every Aussie adult needs to recharge their batteries.
We all know that when we’re tired we’re also extra moody, irritable and have poor concentration.
Leaving it too long between meals allows your blood sugar to drop, causing a major energy slump. Keep snacks on hand like almonds, cashews, brazil nuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, crackers, protein bars or fruit to have if you can’t stop and have a proper meal.
Eating something even a small snack is much better than skipping a meal.
In women can be an underlying cause to prolonged fatigue. Talk to your doctor if you think this might be you.
Quit for good.
Nicotine robs the blood of oxygen and since oxygen and glucose are needed to produce energy, there’s no better reason to quit than for yourself.
Take time out.
Relieve stress with a form of relaxation that suits you. It could be yoga, a gym workout, dancing, meditation, pilates, swimming, soccer, kayaking, surfing, playing an instrument, walking, motor bike riding, cycling – the choices are endless.