Feeling down in the dumps lately? It’s not just you! When the weather starts to get colder and the days get shorter, it’s hard to get motivated to work out and even get out of the house. We want you to stay alert and energized through these chilly months! That way you’ll look and feel better once the warmth returns. To give you a pick-me-up, try some of these fun energy boosting tips!
Energizing Soak – This stimulating herbal bath is especially good for an energy boost after a long day. Some of the ingredients include red clover blossoms and peppermint. Check out the entire recipe here!
Oatstraw – Oatstraw infusion builds deep energy for the next day, especially when you have been riding an emotional roller coaster. Oatstraw nourishes the nerves, easing anxiety and improving our ability to live with uncertainty. Find out more about oatstraw here!
Kick Those Morning Blues – Many of us are poor starters to the day. We feel languid, uninspired. It is as much as we can do to get out of bed and stand under the shower. However, there are a number of techniques we can adopt to boost our energy levels and reduce our feelings of stress at the start of the day. Click here to find the typical techniques people use to get lots of energy.
3 Ways to Instantly Have More Energy – Yuri Elkaim, BPHE, CK, RHN says his three way to get an energy boost are through Visualization, Upbeat Physiology, and Power Moves. To find out more, click here!
Energize Yourself – Scents that will give your spirits a lift include grapefruit, tangerine and basil. Immerse yourself in up-beat colors like red and orange, and make sure to eat a revitalizing snack like chili peppers or a smoothie. Click here for the rest of this tip.
Winter Blues Beater – With winter coming, it’s very common for people to feel a little more depressed or unhappy with less daylight and sunshine. Getting outside on your lunch hour could help keep winter blues away. Whether you walk to the store, have lunch on a heated balcony, or simply walk around the outside of your office building a few times, spending your lunchtime outdoors could help boost your mood. Read more here!