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Boost your energy level this winter

Winter has arrived in Scandinavia, and the lack of daylight and the cold weather seems to steal our energy. Suddenly it’s much harder to get up in the morning and it feels like we always reach for that extra cup of coffee.

However, there are some easy steps to be done to refill your energy level and kick winters ass (without increasing your coffee intake). Take a look;

Vitamin boost
Vitamins prevent fatigue, so a multivitamin a day is enough to rise your energy level over time.

Avoid refined sugar
Like always, refined sugar isn’t the best thing to fuel your tired body with. All it does is give you that sugar high, but then you hit rock bottom pretty fast too. However, we totally understand that a day without snacks isn’t a day worth living, but luckily there are healthier alternatives that don’t steal your energy. Take a look here.

Tap your thymus

Tap your what? No worries, we will explain! Your thymus is located at center top of your chest, below the collar bone, between your breasts. It’s said that when tapped, it triggers the production of T-cells, boosts energy, relieves stress and increases strength. So, give it a tap for about 15 seconds while breathing deeply.

We all have that one friend or colleague who never seems to run out of fuel (energy). Sometimes the best thing to do is socialize with people like that, because mood and energy is contagious.

A vacation for the brain
For each blink we take, the brain takes a mini-vacation, according to Dr. Douglas Graham. So, all you go to do the next time your feel tired while reading or working is blink 10 to 20 times per minute and the brain will get the chance to recover. Cool, right?

By: Henriette Danielsen

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  • Reply
    Christina Danielsen
    November 15, 2016 at 7:02 am

    <3 Great tips, thx ….. enough chances to try them over the next months , hihihi 🙂

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      Best of You
      November 15, 2016 at 8:50 am

      <3 :)

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    November 15, 2016 at 9:02 am

    Great ! Yoga practice is great to stimulate the thymus gland as well ! 😉

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      Best of You
      November 15, 2016 at 11:38 am

      Cool, didn’t know that 🙂

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