By Corrie Pikul
Even though the only exercise you feel like doing is a microwave-to-couch roll, the right physical activity could give your energy ...
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After years and decades of good time management, we have embedded mindsets about when things should be done. Break your mental boundaries so that you can effectively direct your motivation whenever it materializes.
By Laura Tedesco for Prevention
When your energy level falls into the red zone, you probably reach for our culture's quick fix: caffeine. In fact, ...
Morning time: The birds are singing, you haven’t checked your e-mail yet, and you have a moment of peace before the day attacks. This is your opport...
By Corrie Pikul
You barely slept at all last night, but playing hooky (from your job, from your family, from your life) today just isn't an option....
By Gretchen Reynolds
New scientific research offers surprising ways to shower yourself with tranquility, creativity, longevity and more.
Energy (or lack of energy) is contagious. If you feel energetic, you'll help the people around you feel energetic, too. And that makes them feel happier.
It would be great to get rid of that 2:30 feeling and every other ailment we experience by drinking some magic elixir, or taking some pill, but that isn't how being truly healthy works.
Lots of good results flow from having plenty of energy. Life just seems more manageable. Also, studies show, you're more likely to feel good about yourself.
In the summer, we often feel sluggish and tired during the day. Therefore, lunch becomes a critical point.
Getting -- and, more important, keeping -- your energy level high is a breeze. Just take a look at these expert tips and tricks:
How could they eat high amounts of bad food and not exercise, yet still become fitter AND live 30 percent longer than the average rat? One word: MITOCHONDRIA -- the source of your energy.
The daily grind can take it's toll. Up your energy, positivity, and productivity with these tips.
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