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Boost your energy – 4 natural remedy tips

Submitted by on Friday, 24 April 2009 Loading Add to favourites  No Comment

boost-energy-naturallyFeeling tired all the time? Is it hard to get out of bed in the mornings? Do you have a mid afternoon slump? Are you suffering from insomnia? Or do you get in from work, ready for bed?

Around 10 per cent of people have ‘TATT’ or Tired All The Time syndrome with no identifiable cause.

If you’ve ruled out anything else and are feeling tired, then why not try one of these natural, safe and effective remedies?

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  • Exercise. It might sound like a contradiction in terms, but if you are tired, sometimes you need to get the oxygen pumping around your body. You don’t need to go to the gym; go for regular, brisk 10 minute walks instead. Your lunch hour is the perfect time for this.
  • Diet. You are what you eat, so if you tuck into pre packaged convenience meals stuffed full of artificial additives, you’re not likely to be firing on all cylinders. Avoid stimulants such as caffeine, sugar and alcohol and opt for a diet rich in organic fruit and vegetables, whole grains and good quality protein.
  • Aromatherapy. TATT is often linked with depression, so use uplifting oils such as clary sage, bergamot and lemon. If you’re not sleeping, then use lavender, geranium and frankincense to promote restful sleep.
  • St Johns Wort. Research shows that St john’s wort can be useful in tackling TATT; why not give it a try?

What about you? What are your tips for reducing tiredness and boosting energy, naturally?

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