Pandemic Exhaustion: How to boost your energy levels

Pandemic Exhaustion: How to boost your energy levels

Pandemic exhaustion is real, it is important to acknowledge it, now that life is slowly starting to return to normal, it seems like energy cannot catch up with our mental and emotional state for us to be able to do more.

If you haven’t been able to return to your normal self after the pandemic, don’t worry, you are not alone. People have reported feeling tired more now than ever. These are ways to boost your energy levels!

1. Focus on getting enough sleep

1. Focus on getting enough sleep

Sleeping is paramount to boost energy levels, it is when you rest that your body repairs itself. You can try taking supplements to get better sleep –CBD, California poppy, and magnesium are good options. You can also use sound therapy to improve your sleep or turn to meditation for some relief.

2. Brain food

Some foods have proven to increase your cognitive performance and your state of alertness. Maca, mushrooms, and caffeine can reduce tiredness. Here is a complete list!

3. Eat a balanced diet

Omega 3, B vitamins, lutein, and iron are crucial to making you feel better and give you more energy. Make sure to eat a rainbow to incorporate antioxidants and nutrients.

4. Keep stress at bay

4. Keep stress at bay

When coping with stress seems too hard of a task, it is important to be able to manage your stress levels the best way you can. Dedicate time to prevent stress from happening and don’t let it completely drain your energy. Taking a calming bath, or doing yoga every morning, can help you regulate stress in your daily life.

All these strategies are safe, inexpensive, or free. Remember that there will always be some bad days, but there are also better days to come!

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Victoria Thais

A trip to India was all it took for Victoria to realise that meditation is not a fancy word for sitting around in silence. It truly changed Victoria’s life to a less stressful and more mindful one. Now a freelance consultant and journalist, Victoria joined KOKO to share her knowledge on those little things that are life so much better, and cosier.+ info

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