Feeling tired? A little drained? Can't seem to get going in the morning and that second cup of coffee just isn't doing it? Don't worry — you're not alone. Americans feel tired most of the week. You can combat feeling fatigued with these all-natural energy boosts. Just make sure to check with your doctors before you use these remedies.
As you age, your metabolism slows down, and this can make you tire easily. plays an important role in energy metabolism. Try eating more nuts, green leafy vegetables, and whole grains to help ramp it up a bit.
Commonly used in aromatherapy, this refreshing essential oil to the brain, which heightens focus and stimulates the mind. This is important for improving your brain health along with your energy.
Sipping on an herbal tea can provide a temporary, all-natural spike in energy levels. Try a cup of green or .
Essential fatty acids (omega-3 and omega-6) found in help regulate glands, fight adrenal fatigue, combat inflammation, and even help you manage menopause.
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It's easy to get dehydrated when you're older. If your body is short of fluids, one of the is a feeling of fatigue. Follow the "" rule and drink eight eight-ounce glasses of fluid a day. It will improve your energy and help you stay hydrated and healthy.
Amy Capomaccio is a health care writer at Aetna with experience in senior wellness, Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial health care. When she's not practicing new mindfulness techniques, Amy is spending time outdoors and traveling. Amy hails from Wakefield, MA and has a degree in Advertising and Public Relations from the University of Tampa.