Eat often and don’t skip meals: Most young-age problems are aggravated because of eating habits. The best way to keep up energy is to eat regular small meals every 3-4 hours. Fad diets should be avoided, healthy and nutritious food should be eaten.
Exercise regularly: Well tired and exercise don't go together, but in fact, regularly working out will make you feel less tired in the long run and increase your energy levels. Take a 15-20 minute's walk or run, and feel the energy boost. Lose weight: To gain energy, it is very important to remain fit. Being obese and overweight is only going to make you feel more lethargic.
- Regularise sleep: It is important to complete 7-9 hours of sleep every day to feel good. Go to bed early and avoid long naps during the day.
- Reduce stress: Stress is the main cause of fatigue and tiredness; it saps out your energy and so it is very important to work on reducing it. Do some calming and breathing exercises, and meditation every day to reduce stress.
- Reduce smoking and drinking: Apart from badly affecting your health, smoking and drinking reduce energy levels to a great extent. Both also cause a lot of dehydration.
caffeine: If you are feeling tired, cut your caffeine totally from your daily diet.
Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.