Exercise for at least 20 minutes– go for a walk or gentle jog to boost not only your energy levels but also improve your mood. Exercise helps regulate levels of hormones like endorphins and leptin, as well as the neurotransmitter dopamine to boost your motivation and energy.
Pull your shoulders back – a slouched or despondent body posture drains energy levels, while walking upright, with an open chest does the exact opposite. Positive body postures help open the same biological pathways that exercise works on to increase energy levels.
Drink water – even mild dehydration affects energy levels. Drinking water will increase your mental energy, with brain reaction times becoming faster
Skip the snooze button- sleeping that little bit longer can actually make you feel more tired. Just before you wake your body raises your temperature, heart rate and cortisol levels. If you get out of bed when your alarm goes off, you’ll start your day more energised.
Wear something red – this colour temporarily boosts your energy levels, so that you will be faster and stronger after “seeing red”.
Have regular Bowen therapy – help release skeletal/myofascial restrictions, emotional blockages and stimulate your bodies ability to heal, thereby allowing you access to greater bursts of energy.