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  • drugs? Just kidding. Try those energy drinks. Even if they taste like crap.
  • Try exercising, not too vigorously, in the mornings when you wake up. Afterwards, eat some cereal and take a nice long shower. This is what I try to do as often as I can. The days that I do, I have way more energy than when I don't. I hope this helps!
  • I actually wouldn't suggest energy drinks. They are a quick fix and you will just crash harder. If you are getting proper sleep and you are still tired you may have a medical condition. High blood pressure or high blood sugar can both cause lethargy. Getting some excersise might help get your body moving. You may need some vitamins. I would strongly suggest that you go to your doctor for a blood work up. I did and I found out some very serious conditions that would have gone unnoticed but now that I know why I was so tired I can fix it from the root of the problem.
  • You might try eating better and/or taking vitamin suppliments. Lack of proper nutrition can cause lethergy and tiredness. You'd also be surprised how much good it can do to get get more exercise during the day, a moderate ammount of walking and active movement during the day can do a lot help to increase metabolism and energy.
  • First of all i would get some blood tests taken to rule out any medical causes. Then i would try some vitamins.
  • Eating healthy, drinking plenty of water, taking a vitamin and exercising. All things combined will help your energy level.
  • Sublingual B vitamin complex...liquid energy and it does not taste bad
  • When was the last time you had your thyroid checked. It's just a simple blood test. Check out this website for further information on systems www.thyroid.org.au
  • Try drinking plain water. If you are dehydrated (even subclinically) that can make you tired and even confused. You could be hypoglycemic; if your sugar drops too low, you can get very tired. It would be worth a call to the doc to ask about a thyroid test. I'd stay away from sugary or energy drinks. The rebound effects would make you even more tired and drained.
  • Anything other than sleep is just going to make you crash hard.
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