Lost Your Get Up And Go?

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If you’re feeling tired all the time and you’ve lost your get up and go, you might want to consider a few lifestyle changes. Here are some all-natural tips to help you feel more energised.

  1. Do some form of exercise, even if it is only a 10-minute walk.
  2. Breathe deeply in the fresh air. Sleep with your bedroom window open.
  3. Avoid sugar and overly processed foods whenever possible.
  4. Turn off the television and do something in the great outdoors.
  5. Caffeine in drinks gives you a lift, but water is better for you.
  6. Increase your vegetable intake and steam to preserve their goodness.
  7. Practice yoga. Stretching good for your posture, and helps keep your body and mind awake.

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Hannah McLaren

I've worked at DC Thomson for six years! I began as an intern at My Weekly and The Scots Magazine, which was extended by a few months to help out at The People's Friend. I then covered maternity as Celebrity Editor for My Weekly, before I became Multimedia Journalist at The Scots Magazine. Currently I'm writing digital content across each title.