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Feeling tired more often then normal? Are usual tasks or even your daily routine seeming like unsurmountable obstacles?
You're probably putting it down to your busy schedule however you may be suffering from fatigue.
Today's lifestyle, nutritional choices and overall stressful environment are all factors which contribute to increasing fatigue levels.
There are however many ways to fight fatigue effectively. Unexplained tiredness can be attributed to lifestyle factors such as stress, not enough sleep and poor diet. Use these tips to help you restore your energy levels and live your days to the fullest:
Exercise More: Doing more exercise can combat fatigue as it boosts your energy levels, along with increasing overall life quality as it improves the efficiency of your heart, lungs and muscles.
Dink plenty of water: Many of us are dehydrated without even realising it, and dehydration drains energy and impairs physical performance along with decreasing alertness and concentration. Drinking 8 large glasses of water a day will help with avoiding dehydration
Establish a regular sleep routine: Sleep problems affect millions of people worldwide with many people not getting the sleep they need to stay alert through the day. Establishing a regular sleep routine is important to allow your body to adjust to a regular internal clock, your circadian rhythm.
Increase your Vitamin B12 levels: Vitamin B12 is a water soluble vitamin that is responsible for the function of a number of vital processes within the body. Ensuring your diet includes foods such as fish, eggs and dairy products along with taking supplements can help improve your levels.
Vitamin B12 plays a key role in the normal function of the brain and nervous system along with the development of red blood cells.
It is used in the metabolism of every cell in the body and plays a part in the combination (synthesis) of fatty acids and energy production.
Having optimal vitamin B12 levels ensures that your red blood cells are multiplying properly, oxygen is being sufficiently supplied around the body and you are experiencing all the benefits such as high energy levels.
Deficient levels of vitamin B12 can see symptoms such as; fatigue, shortness of breath and anemia.
As mentioned earlier it's easy to address low vitamin B12 levels with diet changes and supplements. But how do you know it you are low?
We have just added vitamin B12 to our Baseline subscription making it easier for customers to understand their current levels, implement changes to address them and track their improvements.
At £49 you will also get insight on your cholesterol, iron, liver function and vitamin D levels.
So what's stopping you from improving your energy levels and getting back to feeling yourself?