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From Tired to Terrific: Better Oyxgen

Better oxygen is a cornerstone to feeling better.

In a recent article on MSN.com, Alicia Potter suggest to Try these 10 strategies from experts in sleep, fitness, nutrition, psychology, and alternative medicine.  Getting better oxygen is one…

Must. Stay. Awake. Yes, it’s the 3 o’clock mantra. And who hasn’t mumbled it while fighting off midday yawns and drooping eyes? Fatigue and flagging energy seem to be epidemics, especially among women who burn the candle at both ends (and who doesn’t?).

Skateboard Jump for JoyInstead of moping, pump up your mojo with these 10 strategies from experts in sleep, fitness, nutrition, psychology, and alternative medicine.

  1. See the light  Get the right light, and you’ll have lots more energy. But that can be a challenge, given the poorly-lit offices we sit in and the scant doses of daily sunlight (which contains brain-activating short-wavelength blue light) we get…
  2. Get pumped with protein Unless you plan to run a marathon, carbo-loading for energy is out. Instead, eat protein to increase mental alertness and energy…
  3. Lend a hand  Research shows that you get a “helper’s high,” a rush of endorphins that lasts for hours, when you volunteer…
  4. Breathe hard— more often   That postworkout rush of energy you feel is well-documented: movement sends oxygen through the bloodstream to invigorate cells. That’s why Gerald K. Endress, fitness director at the Duke University Diet and Fitness Center at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, suggests that you break up your workouts to maximize your oxygen intake.Lift weights, roll out the exercise ball, or do five minutes of yoga in the morning. Climb a few flights of stairs at lunch and jog after dinner. To add an extra kick to your workout, breathe deeply for your first one or two minutes of cardio, Endress says: Inhale from your belly; then breathe out slowly, imagining you’re pulling your navel toward your spine.
  5. Bag a new brew.  Boost your energy with white tea, which has a delicate flavor that requires little sweetening…
  6. Tackle the blahs in bursts  Shake up your routine for 15 minutes at a time to get an energy boost…
  7. Get hands-on help  Could your energy be blocked? Hands-on therapies like acupuncture and Reiki (pronounced ray-key), a Japanese massage technique, may help…
  8. Take a tech-free break  Being at the mercy of electronic devices keeps us in “fight-or-flight mode,” Kingsley says. You get an adrenaline zap every time the cell phone rings or an email comes in. Over time, living off adrenaline exhausts you. Cell phones, in particular, put increased stress on women, research shows.
  9. Meditate for a minute  Time-crunched? Great news: You can reap the benefits of meditation — —a hike in alertness and attention — —in three-minute minibreaks…
  10. Clean up your sleep  The buzzword in sleep science these days is “sleep hygiene,” and it’s about more than clean sheets—it helps you create an atmosphere that’s restful, so you’ll sleep well and wake up energized without the need for sleeping pills…

Better oyxgen is just a click away…

Reference: http://health.msn.com/health-topics/from-tired-to-terrific

Originally posted 2012-04-25 01:30:22.

December 4th, 2016

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