BPS Pharma shaping youth’s life by increasing the percentage of productivity

Think of your energy as a limited resource, like money in an account. You begin the day with a certain amount to spend, which varies from person to person based on factors, such as age, sleep, stress levels, medical conditions and lifestyle. Throughout your day, multiple actions occur as you withdraw energy from and deposit energy into something. While you may not always have control over actions that reduce your energy, you can take steps to deposit more energy into your body” says Koray Akbiyik of BPS Pharma. Getting started in the morning may seem daunting, but soon you’ll be energized to keep going once you reap the benefits of a happier, healthier and more productive lifestyle.

Follow these 5 tips to increase your energy and live a happier, healthier, more productive life:

1. Eat nourishing food.

We all know that healthful food is the crux for well-being, but it’s common to regard well-eating primarily as a tool for weight loss. However, a balanced diet high in fruits and vegetables, lean protein, low-fat dairy and whole grains is what you need for quintessential energy. After all, you really are what you eat to some extent. Consume a variety of foods from all the food groups to get a range of nutrients to electrify you throughout the day. Try you best to go for fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables, especially nutrient-dense dark, leafy greens and broccoli, as well as orange vegetables, including carrots and sweet potatoes. There are different fishes and legumes to choose for healthy protein options. Aim to eat 4 ounces of whole-grain cereals, breads, rice daily.

2. Get regular exercise.

Do you find yourself feeling indolent halfway through the day? Have you ever gotten winded by simple everyday duties, such as grocery shopping or household work? Contrary to what you might believe, getting the 160 minutes of weekly activity recommended by the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans can add to your energy account and not subtract from it. How? Exercise relieves stress and tension, strengthens muscles and boosts endurance, which helps your body to work more efficiently during other physical tasks or activities.

3. Sleep seven to eight hours a night.

Getting more sleep seems to be a healthy habit many people need to improve on. We already know that we need at least seven hours of shut-eye each night, so what stops us from getting it? Giving importance to sleep is one of the best things you can do to set yourself up for a successful, energetic day.

4. Keep company with good people.

Be selective in the company you keep. Maximize the amount of time that you spend with people you enjoy being around. Connecting with others who radiate positivity and have similar interests will excite and energize you. On the other side, people you don’t relate to or who have negative radiations, complain often or make poor choices will only drain your energy faster and sooner.

5. Do something meaningful each day.

Do you have a special talent that you’d like to practice more often or share with others? Do something you love to do, even if it’s something as simple as cooking a healthy meal, practising dance or listening to your favourite song. Putting effort into the things that matter most to you will help you put and reserve your energy in ways that will bring out the best in you.

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