7. Listen To Music
Make sure that it’s upbeat, which can naturally inject energy while reducing fatigue, this especially if the day happens to be monotonous. Along with more energy, listening to music also makes you more productive. When combining exercise with music, its been proven that you’ll work out harder, cycle faster, run longer. So the next time you need a natural pick me up, make sure you listen to music.
6. Go For A Workout
What’s known is that exercising first thing in the morning does is gives that energy boost which can last the entire day. It also improves sleep while burning off accumulated stress and anxiety. Exercising at the gym, or going for a jog does is eliminates chronic fatigue. So with or without coffee, doing cardio is always a better option.
5. Take A Walk
Taking a walk outdoors can quickly shift your focus from being tired to feeling alert, and hopefully the sun is shining. So once you wake up and still feel fatigued, instead of desperately seeking a cup of coffee, put on your shoes and go for a power walk instead. Do so first thing in the morning or during lunch for 20 minutes, which is known to do wonders.