7 Ways to Improve Your Energy Levels

Energy is the currency of life; the more energy your body has, the more activities you can perform. Even existing itself, without doing anything extra, requires a type of energy called "Rest Mass Energy." This just shows how vital energy levels are.
We all have goals we want to achieve, but without appropriate energy levels, these goals will remain dormant. So it is crucial to understand how energy levels work and how to maintain superb-energy levels all year round. 
If you have been struggling with low energy, this article suggests seven things you can do to feel the burst of life you've been longing for!

Ways To Improve Your Energy Levels

Below are actionable tips that will help boost your energy reserves;


As counter-intuitive as it may sound, one of the best ways to raise your energy levels is exercise. But wait a minute, doesn't exercise use up our energy reserves? The answer to that is yes, and this is exactly why it works. Regular expenditure of energy causes your body to raise its energy levels in order to meet the demand. 
And according to Havard Health, exercising also boosts oxygen circulation inside your body. This increase in oxygen supports the mitochondria's energy production and allows your body to function better and use its energy more efficiently.
Of course, there is a method to this approach - too much exercise without rest and proper nutrition will cause your body to break down. The right amount of exercise coupled with adequate nourishment is where it's at. Examples of activities you can engage in include running, dancing, and strength training

Eat a balanced diet

Oftentimes, the issue isn't expending enough energy; it's usually a lack of proper nutrition. I.e., you're not giving your body the tools needed to create energy. Apart from not eating enough, it could also be that you're eating the wrong thing
A healthy diet consists primarily of whole foods (rice, beans, yam, and greens) and minimal consumption of processed food (meat pies, pizza, burgers, soft drinks, alcohol). Whole foods are more filling, and they have a richer nutrient profile than processed meals: meaning they contain the vitamins, minerals, and enzymes your body needs to replenish itself properly.

Avoid Smoking

Smoking regularly impairs your lungs' ability to take in air, and this causes a deprivation of oxygen, an essential source of energy, in our bodies. In addition, smoking also weakens your immune system and makes you susceptible to infections that your body's defenses would usually eradicate. If you smoke cigarettes, try substituting them for a healthier habit such as running. It might take a lot of willpower, but with enough practice, cigs will be a thing of the past.

Avoid Alcohol

Your body sees alcohol as a toxin. This causes it to expend energy trying to break it down, in turn, causing you to feel more tired. Alcohol also affects your sleep quality, and this can cause you to experience hangovers or feel exhausted when you wake up. Over time, this strain on your body will lead to lower and lower energy levels. 

Sleep Well

Sleep is how your body rejuvenates and detoxifies itself, especially your brain. Poor sleep leads to a decline in mental and physical performance and can increase cravings for junk food (which impairs your performance even further). There are exceptions, but it is generally recommended that we all aim for 7 hours of sleep. 

Reduce Stress

Stress is your body's natural way of responding to emergencies. When you are in a state of stress, your body release hormones, such as cortisol, that give you extra energy and alertness necessary to combat threats to your wellbeing. 
However, these hormones are only meant for short-term use, but many people are in a state of constant worry, so these hormones are constantly being released. This constant release of stress hormones affects your ability to digest food, your ability to sleep, and your ability to focus, and these, in turn, affect your ability to live your life normally. This results in a vicious cycle.
Spending time with loved ones, taking walks, engaging in calming hobbies such as meditation, craftwork, and reading novels, are all ways you can reduce stress. Also, exercising and eating correctly help combat the effects of stress.


Taking nutritional supplements from naturally occurring products (such as ginseng, ashwagandha, black seed oil) can help your body get the micronutrients you won't easily get from your diets and, in turn, improve your energy and vitality. 

Are You Ready To Improve Your Energy Levels

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