Dr. Lori Shemek is BACK AGAIN to discuss her top 5 tips to help beat fatigue!
Feeling rundown, old or tired? Chances are your fatigue points to your habits or routines that are promoting lack of energy.
Many people are challenged every day with low energy and unfortunately, opt for short-term artificial energy boosters such as sugar or caffeine.
You don’t have to live tired and unmotivated. With just a few simple changes, you will have the energy to meet the day’s demands. Activity and nutrition are an important part of putting more energy into your daily life.
Check out these 5 healthy changes to create more energy each day!
Forget The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. This is far more serious, (and erm… real). The Christmas That Stole Your Energy needs fixing, and fast!
Partied Too Hearty?
It’s all too easy to run out of energy over the holidays. Social engagements, parties, excited kids (everywhere, more every time you look up, it seems), rich food and maybe a few glasses of wine more than you usually drink? It’s hard work having fun!
All of these things are energy thieves. And when you’re tired, it’s pretty easy to just throw yourself into the nearest armchair and watch It’s a Wonderful Life again/snooze it off/wait for the kids to grow up.
We all need to drink around 2 liters of water every day to stay properly hydrated. That still applies to anyone with a sedentary lifestyle or sitting at a desk job. But sometimes, our bodies need more.
A Thirst for Fitness!
If you play sports, take an exercise class, go hiking or enjoy any of the fantastic fitness opportunities available to most of us — you need to increase the amount of water you drink.
To be fair, that’s common knowledge. After all, our bodies tell us that we’re thirsty, so we sip some water. But why? What happens inside our body that means we should drink more? …
Like many of us, are you hoping to shift those last few stubborn pounds before summer? Yes? Would you like the bad news first? Sure, let’s get it out of the way. Well, there’s only a couple of weeks left. The good news? We’re here to help – and fast!
Get Fit, Fabulous and Hydrated!
Check out our five-point plan to feeling and looking fabulous by the time that summer officially begins!
Eat Clean. That means eating fresh, whole foods and cutting out anything processed or laden with added fats, sugar and salt. Many people find that by eating a wholefood diet, they shed weight without counting a single calorie!
Need to shape up and lose a few pounds? Want to replace the wobbly bits with toned muscles?
Fitness for Fun!
Either way, the best way to pick a healthy activity and stick to it is to make it fun! It sounds obvious, right? We’re grown-ups after all. We get to choose what we do to keep fit. So find something you love! Need inspiration? Then grab a glass of Tyent Water and check out our top 5 picks!
Hiking. Great for an all over workout that can be as gentle or as tough as you make it. Act like a kid and jump on tree stumps and rocks as
This is traditionally the time of year when I squint distrustfully at the calendar and see that once again, it has completely fooled me into thinking that I still had many, many months of hiding beneath layers, and only exfoliating the bits of me that are on view to the public gaze (an area which roughly extends from my eyebrows to my top lip. It’s chilly here.)
Once my panicky yelps had subsided, I realized that I needed a plan. Luckily, with my Tyent UCE-11 at hand, the thought of dressing for the sun isn’t as terrifying as it first appeared.
1. Drink, Then Eat
Drinking two glasses of mineral-rich alkaline water before a meal …
There are so many fun activities associated with the holidays like parties, gift giving, caroling and lavish meals but just as important as what you do during the holidays is what you do not do.
Through all the business and chaos of the season, it is important for people everywhere to keep track of their health. One great way to maintain energy levels and feel your best is to drink alkaline water from a Tyent water ionizer.
Tyent’s 7 Things to Never Do and How a Water Ionizer Can Help:
Let Yourself Get Dehydrated
Hydration is an essential part of life, but studies show that most people don’t drink enough …
It is August. August is typically the hottest month of year for many of us here in America with most states averaging around 80 degrees.
Averages don’t always translate to actual though. As an example, where I am, eighty degrees is normal for this time of year yet it’s been in the nineties all month long and the heat index has been hovering at 100 degrees and above for the past week.
Translation, it is still summer and your body is still susceptible to overheating. While August may portend cooling temperatures, they aren’t here yet and overheating is still a concern for many in some of the hotter climates around …