Sleep is the best part of the day. But what if you feel tired even if you have slept for more than 8 hours? This can happen sometimes when you deal with extreme stress.
But if you feel tired over and over again, then you should probably try to recover somehow.
Below we are going to show you 3 tips that will make you feel more refreshed after waking up!
Scroll down and feel better with these useful tips.
How To Avoid The Fatigue After Waking Up?
1. Eat Richer Food
While you may be eating healthy, it doesn’t mean you’re getting the necessary amount of nutrients. Nutritional deficiencies are prevalent – and a big reason for brain fog.
Fog Fix #2: Ensure that you’re (a) eating a well-balanced, healthy diet, and (b) supplementing for shortcomings in nutritional intake.Vitamins A, C, and B12, along with calcium, magnesium, and zinc are very important for brain health.
Taking a high-quality multivitamin is a good option to get all essential and non-essential nutrients. Pure food sources are even better.
2. Try To Stay Away From Constant Stress
There’s this widespread myth in society that subjecting yourself to constant stress for the sake of work (“productivity” *cough* “BS!” *Cough*) is noble.
We have all the technology to make every piece of information in the world available at our fingertips; yet, less than one-quarter of Americans work for a company that allows remote work. Ironically, over 80 percent of people who work from home report higher satisfaction.
Productivity? Data studies show remote work increases it dramatically.
Work is a huge part of the stress epidemic in this country (and others.) It’s a problem yearning to be corrected – and we’re failing miserably. Limited free time, stagnant wages, and more responsibilities are also contributing to this epidemic.
Fog Fix #3: Of course, check if your employer allows any kind of remote work. Also, keep a schedule (as much as you may hate the idea) as doing so will allow you to see where your time is spent. This allows you to adjust said time accordingly. Take any and all measures to reduce your stress levels. (This list is a great place to start!)
3. Drink More Water
Consider this statistic: it takes only a 2% drop in hydration levels to affect attention and memory. Consider a second statistic: more than three-quarters of Americans are chronically dehydrated.
Water gives the brain the electrical energy needed for all brain functions, including thought and memory processes. H2O is also required for the production of brain neurotransmitters and hormones.
Fog Fix #5: This is a simple solution, yet it can be hard to remember. Carry a water bottle with you at all times. Even better, keep a water bottle at every location where you spend chunks of time.
If you make a conscious effort to do this, you will drink more water. As a result, you’ll be more focused; you’ll think much faster, and you’ll maximize your creativity!