After a full night’s rest, waking up feeling sluggish can be really frustrating, not to mention puzzling. This frustration can leave you feeling irritable at the drop of a hat, less productive and completely drained by the end of a choc-a-block day. Thankfully, G.I. Lean provides a solution you can try before going the expensive route of seeking medical advice. The solution is simple: diet, exercise, mindset and supplements.
You’ll notice that the above four G.I. Lean suggestions are very cost effective with three of them only requiring your commitment, and the fourth requiring a quick trip to the local pharmacy. Here’s what you can do in your own capacity to give yourself an energy boost through diet. You’ll want a low G.I. diet to keep your blood sugar levels balanced as fluctuating levels is the biggest cause of low energy and fatigue. Eating 5 balanced Low G.L. meals a day will help give you fantastic energy levels throughout the day and allow you to wake-up refreshed and ready for action. Because digestion saps the body of energy, eating smaller meals throughout the day will likely give you more.
You’ll get more energy if you steer clear of caffeine and sugar. These are notorious for giving the body a short energy boost, according to G.I. Lean. This tends to result in an energy slump that was greater than before. Caffeine is also a diuretic which means that the boy loses water and is prone to fatigue. Switching to decaf coffee and avoiding chocolates, sweets, sugary drinks and anything else with artificial or processed sugars will do wonders for you energy-wise. And where caffeine has 1 effect, drinking water create the opposite. A glass of cold water is revitalizing and will give your energy levels a boost. Roughly 8 glasses a day will help keep fatigue away.
When you’re tired, exercising is the last thing you want to do. But G.I. Lean says you should! Doing exercise gets the blood pumping and energy-giving oxygen to the brain and muscles, thus, increasing your energy. A brisk 10-minute walk will do your body good for up to 2 hours! And taking a daily 10-minute walk for 3 weeks will improve you overall energy levels and mood. Of, yes, and remember, sex is also a form of exercise!
If you’re getting enough sleep then G.I. Lean advises that you get rid of stress to get more energy. Stress can cause you to be both mentally and physically exhausted. So deal with anger and/or emotional pain, and make sure you set aside relaxing down time. And while you’re winding down or taking in a balanced meal, don’t forget to take your energy-loving supplements. These include multivitamins as the most simplest form.
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