How to overcome low energy levels in our daily lives? Read this checklist of ideas for one to try if they are dealing with low energy levels.
1.Drink more water
Dehydration is a popular cause of low energy levels. If you ever feel the sensation of being thirsty, then you are dehydrated. You should be drinking enough water throughout the day so you barely feel this sensation. Being dehydrated has other adverse effects as well such as crankiness, decrease in intelligence, and just general fatigue.
Try to bring a water bottle with you throughout the day. You can also try to stay away from pop and other high sugar beverages as they can make you more dehydrated then before. Studies have also shown that people that sip water throughout the day tend to consume 10% fewer calories on top of the calories you’re saving by drinking water instead of caloric drinks.
Kale is a leafy green vegetable with a mild earthy flavor. The season for kale is between mid winter and early spring where it can be found in abundance in most produce sections of the local grocery store. However, one can find kale year round. Thankfully, kale is starting to garner well deserved attention due its nutrient rich phytochemical content which provides unparalleled health promoting benefits.
Kale absolutely rich and abundant in calcium, lutein, iron, and Vitamins A, C, and K. Kale has seven times the beta-carotene of broccoli and ten times more lutein. Kale is rich in Vitamin C not to mention the much needed fiber so lacking in the daily diet of processed food eating Americans.
Can you continue with your normal exercise during pregnancy? Well, back in the old days, pregnant women were considered to be fragile beings that should be hidden away until delivery. Thank God we don’t live in those times now.
Just because you’re pregnant, it doesn’t mean that you can’t get out there and get some active exercise. After you get the “all clear” from your doctor, be sure to fit in daily exercises during your pregnancy. In order to clear you for exercise, your doctor may give you some guidelines to follow to ensure a healthy pregnancy, but to get you started, here are some exercise guidelines of our own.