So, make it a habit to drink enough water during the day on autopilot. Aim to drink 3-4 liters of water daily.
6. Exercise / cardio Our perceived energy levels are related to our cerebral blood flow.
How do we increase our blood flow to our brain? Is there something we can do? Yes we can. We can do cardio. Cardio not only improves our blood circulation in general, it also has been shown to increase our blood flow to our brain. An easy way to incorporate cardio in your routine is to hold ‘walking meetings’. Steve Jobs was a big believer in that. Instead of sitting down for a meeting, Steve usually went for a walk with the person that he discussed business with. A habit worth considering ..
7. Control your mind The previous tips optimized your body chemistry.
Now, if you still do not see a significant improvement in energy, you’re either impatient, because those changes do take a few days to a few weeks to take hold, or, you’re not yet able to control your mind.
See , what you focus on with your mind largely determines whether you do have energy or not. I think we all can make ourselves sad by focusing on something that just goes wrong in our lives. Maybe it’s a nasty argument with our partner that you play in your mind over and over again. Focusing on this makes us lethargic, sad and weak.
On the other hand, we can aim to control our mind to focus on something positive. If we focus on our goals and what we’re grateful for, we get strong. We feel in control and we get energy. What helps with controlling your mind is practice. And the best way to practice is meditation. I personally sit down 15 minutes every day and focus on my breath. Watch another great video called ‘As A Vegan You Need To Know These 3 Things To Lose Weight’