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How to Feel Better, Less Tired All the Time, and Have More Energy

How to Feel Better, Less Tired All the Time, and Have More Energy

If you are constantly dragging your feet and cannot figure out how to stop feeling tired all the time, you are not alone. According to a study done by the Center For Disease Control, women are twice as likely as men to suffer from fatigue. 

There is nothing worse than feeling too tired to keep up with your life. Not only do you feel like you have to slam eight cups of coffee to get through a workday, but also, you are too exhausted to exercise, or even keep up with your kids. 

To make matters worse, drinking excessive coffee or energy drinks will only exhaust your adrenal system, making you even more tired over the long run.

So the problem is, how can you bring more energy into your life naturally so that you can enjoy living your life again? Thankfully, we've created this article to teach you how to stop feeling tired all the time, without needing a single cup of coffee! 

Let's get started.

1. Check Your Sleeping Routine

While it is obvious that sleeping is a major contributing factor to exhaustion, many people still have no idea how to set up an effective sleeping routine. A sleeping routine involves much more than how many hours of sleep you get per night, it is more about the quality of sleep you have, how you prepare for bed, and how you wake up in the morning.

Evening Sleeping Routine

If you are the kind of person who tends to fall asleep while scrolling social media, pay close attention. Staring at a screen before you go to sleep can affect the quality of sleep you get during the night. This is because smartphone screens, tablets, and TVs all emit high levels of short-wavelength visible (blue) light. 

This light is designed to keep you alert, which confuses your body as it tried to produce melatonin to fall asleep. To fix this habit, put down all electronics with a digital screen at least one hour before bedtime. Instead, use a pink salt lamp to help train your mind into relaxation mode as you slow down and prepare for rest.

Morning Routine

Contrary to typical belief, pressing the snooze button on your alarm clock does not give you more quality sleep. While you may be able to fall back asleep for 10 minutes, this sleep does nothing for your rejuvenation and it will negatively impact your sleeping patterns. 

Quality sleep happens during your "rapid eye movement" sleep, which only happens during the night. Instead of the snooze habit, force yourself to get up with the alarm in the agreement that you will go to bed earlier that following night.

Focus On Your Nutrition

The food that you feed your body has everything to do with your energy levels throughout the day. 

Think of your body as a car, and food as the fuel (petrol). If your body is a Ferrari, would you give it low-grade fuel out of a Jerrycan, or would you fuel up with high-grade petrol to make that Ferrari run smoothly?

If you are consuming fast food, processed ingredients, and low-quality food, you will eventually run into engine (energy) problems with your body. This is another reason why juice fasts have become so popular because they offer your digestive system a chance to reset and detox. 

Instead, opt for whole foods such as:

  • Lean sources of protein including; fish, poultry, tofu, lean meats
  • Essential fats such as avocados, almonds, coconut oil, ghee, etc
  • Vegetables with every color of the rainbow 
  • Complex carbohydrates including; whole oats, brown rice, and whole grains.

If you have no idea how to prepare healthy, whole-food meals, consider hiring a company to do that for you! The Nosh Detox offers food programs delivered directly to your doorstep. These meals are created by nutritionists, health coaches, and gourmet chefs to provide you with ultimate nutrition and loads of flavor.

 

Give Your Body and Mind a Break

Sometimes when we have too much on the go, our bodies give us symptoms such as fatigue to tell us to slow down. If you cannot seem to find time to have a break, your body will do that for you, until you reach total exhaustion.

To know how to stop feeling tired, you have to learn how to cut things out of your life that are no longer serving you, including people and bad habits that drain you.

Fatigue has everything to do with our mental well-being, if you are feeling overwhelmed mentally, you will begin to feel it physically. This means that you may need to make more time in your schedule to just relax, have a bubble bath, and be in the present moment.

 

Give Your Digestive System a Break

Many studies have linked the relationship between unhealthy gut flora and chronic fatigue. Not only is our gut related to our mental well-being, but it also has a major effect on our energy levels.

Consider starting a cleanse to reset your intestinal system, so that your gut has a chance to break and rebuild its flora. Juice cleanses are the perfect way to give your digestive system a break, as digestion is quite fatiguing on the body.  Just like a car, your body needs a tune-up once in a while, which is exactly what a juice fast will do for you. 

During the first couple of days of your cleanse, your energy may drop a bit as your body adjusts, however, after day three your body will begin to produce more energy again, naturally.

 

Learn More About How to Stop Feeling Tired

Fatigue, exhaustion, tiredness are all signs that the body is not functioning optimally. To know how to stop feeling tired all the time, you must get present to your body's needs. 

To learn more about how to adequately fuel your body with the right foods, check out all the custom food programs and juice that Nosh has to offer.