A number of things can deplete our energy. As we age, we can expect to get tired more easily. If we are low on sleep or coming off of a day full of intense physical or mental work, we may find ourselves falling into bed at night. But what if you feel tired for no reason at all? If you find your energy levels dropping in ways you can’t explain, consider these ideas:

Boost Your Energy

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  1. Rule out any health problems. Tiredness may be a symptom of a serious disease like sleep apnea, thyroid disease, anemia, arthritis, heart disease and diabetes. Get a check-up with a doctor to ensure that there are no underlying health issues affecting your energy levels.
  2. Exercise. Ironically, you may feel too tired to exercise, but the very act of exercising has been shown to boost your energy. Start with yoga or a brisk walk outdoors.
  3. Drink lots of water. Rehydration diminishes fatigue, increases concentration and alertness, and imparts vigor and vim.
  4. Get enough sleep. Good sleeping habits imbue many health benefits. They improve alertness, increase energy levels and reduce daytime fatigue.
  5. Take supplements. You may be growing tired due to the lack of important nutrients to keep you healthy and alert. Supplements like ZPTech’s Essentials contain four ounces of monoatomic minerals, specifically zinc and iron. They are powerful energy boosters and deliver fast results. They also contain four important trace elements for the body, including phosphorus, boron, selenium and silicon. ZPTech also offers white powder gold which is a potent source of energy.
  6. Lose the extra weight. Small reductions in your body fat improve your quality of life in terms of mood and energy. Cut down on your meal portions, eat nutrient-packed foods, and aim to exercise five to six times per week.
  7. Eat more often. Ironically, eating more can help you eat less. Try eating five or six mini-meals per day. If you aren’t starving when you sit down at the table, you’ll be less likely to overeat. Plus, it’s easier to get yourself to stop eating if you know another meal is just a few hours away.
  8. Listen to your body clock. Some people are more energetic at night than in the morning. If that is your normal body rhythm, then work with it. Structure your day so that you can get the most done when your body feels the most energized.

Energy is vital in accomplishing day-to-day tasks and responsibilities. If these steps don’t help you recover your energy, see a physician for help.