by Helene Malmsio
Are you too tired or stressed to become a better and fitter person? As much as you love to take care of yourself, there are still days when simply tying your shoes requires a marathon effort. You may groan when the alarm buzzes in the morning, and throughout the day, you battle with all your other issues.
After you hit the road, you are sometimes faced with the urge to turn back and crawl under the covers where your world is comfortable and safe. Shifts do occur in your body, which can impact how you feel about what you’re doing while you’re in the middle of it.
Luckily, you can outsmart these internal power struggles and reduce the temptation of hitting the snooze button.
The predawn hours are challenging because the body temperature and heart rate dip to their lowest point at this time. In the presence of light, these all pretty much increase, which makes it easier to be active and feel lively.
The carbohydrates in your last meal play a role too. If you skipped dinner or ate a lot of rice and sweets, your glycogen levels will be depleted, making it even harder to muster the energy to rise and shine.
Prep the night before by eating slow-digesting carbs such as broccoli, beans, and lentils. Caffeine also helps stimulate your system and get you ready for the day ahead. Shut-eye is just as crucial.
Turn off any activity at least 30 minutes before you hit the sack. Pull in the shades and feel the boost of melatonin that gets you sleepy.
Schedule your workout like all your other responsibilities. Rest when you’re tired and know that midday activities are actually much better for you. Moreover, don’t confuse mental fatigue with physical fatigue.
This doesn’t have an impact on your physical functions. Resist the urge to laze around by packing your gear and doing what you have to do. Even better, start a group that shares similar goals.
Keep your energy up and realize that there are actually more things you are capable of doing. If no one’s watching, you think that the cheating won’t count.
Don’t ever fool yourself into thinking this way. Keep a log on all your shortcuts because this way, you’ll see just how much you’ve deprived yourself.
When you stop any activity, your blood pressure drops and blood pools in your legs, which make you feel weary and lightheaded. Slow down instead and then walk it off.
Because muscles are most pliable and inflammation is at its peak right after anything active, try to stretch and ice yourself. Then, fill your system up with healthy meals after everything. Pretty soon, you’ll have more energy to spare in the days that follow.
Try your hardest to get yourself ready for the active day ahead, both for work and exercise. Put on your clothes in a well lit room.
When light hits your eyes, you’ll feel the drowsiness leave your body. Go slow and go through transitions with care.
You’ll be a more active person if you’re vigilant about what you do to yourself during the day.
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