10 Health Tricks to Energize You Instantly When You Feel Exhausted

4Smell a cinnamon stick

Smelling a cinnamon stick has a direct effect on the human brain such as it enhances the brain activity, and fights off nervous tension and memory loss which enables us to think faster and be more productive. Although scents from lemon and orange essential oils also do help in making you more alert, it can sometimes end up causing irritation or even allergic reactions. So, if you use such oils, then use them with cautiously.


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5Allow sunshine to enter your room

In dark places we get tired and dizzy quite often since darkness triggers our bodies to produce less serotonin which happens to be an important neurotransmitter responsible for making us feel sleepy. Taking a walk outdoors or letting some sunshine into your room, and breathing in fresh air while enjoying the sun rays will definitely help you replenish your energy levels and make you feel happier.


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6Have a DIY energy drink

Energy drinks that can be made from natural ingredients are the best for increasing energy. You can create your own energy drink by looking up some DIY recipes on the internet and try them out yourself. In fact, one of the simplest recipes just includes 4 ingredients: ginger, lemon, honey, and water.


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To prepare your energy drink using this recipe follows these steps

  • Mix 1 tablespoon of lemon juice, 1 tablespoon of ginger juice, and 1 tablespoon of honey.
  • Add 1 glass of water to the mix and stir it gently.
  • If you prefer it cold you may add some ice cubes to it.

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7Drink a glass of water

Doctors have claimed fatigue, dizziness, mood swings, headaches, and tiredness are usually caused by dehydration. It’s common habit among people to not drink enough water regularly and only drink a glass when they are really very thirsty. So, always drink a glass of water whenever you feel dizzy or sleepy.

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