Tips to Increase Your Energy

by Jessie Sanders
(Sleep Tips Forum Submission)

Here are some helpful tips to increase your energy and sleep better, which I found in this week's Parade magazine. The article was written by Marianne Wait using Dr. Michael Roizen, chief wellness officer at Cleveland Clinic, as the expert source.


Try going to sleep one hour earlier.
See what a difference an additional hour of sleep makes in your life. Try it for one or two weeks and see how you feel when you wake up - and throughout the day. It may just make all the difference.

Take Melatonin supplements if you can't fall asleep easily.
Consult with your doctor about trying one half to three milligrams of melatonin supplement, if you have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. Melatonin is a sleep-inducing hormone supplement that you can buy over the counter. Under your doctor's direction take your dose two hours before you plan to go to bed. Though, do not take the supplement for more than two weeks continuously.

Consider Ribose supplements to increase your energy.
Some people experience ongoing issues with fatigue because of a deficiency of ribose. Ribose is a sugar your body produces naturally. Talk with your doctor to see if ribose supplements may help.Dosing, according to Roizen, should start with 500 milligrams three times a day. Then, that amount can be slowly increased to five times a day.

Turn off electronics and your phone at night.
Your mobile device, television, and other electronics in your bedroom give off blue wavelength light that has shown to inhibit your ability to sleep well.

Here are some great tips to increase your energy and sleep better, which I found in this week's Parade magazine. The article was written by Marianne Wait using Dr. Michael Roizen, chief wellness officer at Cleveland Clinic, as the source.

Try going to sleep one hour earlier.
See what a difference an additional hour of sleep makes in your life. Try it for one or two weeks and see how you feel when you wake up - and throughout the day. It may just make all the difference.

Take Melatonin supplements if you can't fall asleep easily.
Consult with your doctor about trying one half to three milligrams of melatonin supplement, if you have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. Melatonin is a sleep-inducing hormone supplement that you can buy over the counter. Under your doctor's direction take your dose two hours before you plan to go to bed. Though, do not take the supplement for more than two weeks continuously.

Consider Ribose supplements.
Some people experience ongoing issues with fatigue because of a deficiency of ribose. Ribose is a sugar your body produces naturally. Talk with your doctor to see if ribose supplements may help.Dosing, according to Roizen, should start with 500 milligrams three times a day. Then, that amount can be slowly increased to five times a day.

Turn off electronics and your phone at night.Here are some great tips to increase your energy and sleep better, which I found in this week's Parade magazine. The article was written by Marianne Wait using Dr. Michael Roizen, chief wellness officer at Cleveland Clinic, as the source.

Try going to sleep one hour earlier.
See what a difference an additional hour of sleep makes in your life. Try it for one or two weeks and see how you feel when you wake up - and throughout the day. It may just make all the difference.

Take Melatonin supplements if you can't fall asleep easily.
Consult with your doctor about trying one half to three milligrams of melatonin supplement, if you have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. Melatonin is a sleep-inducing hormone supplement that you can buy over the counter. Under your doctor's direction take your dose two hours before you plan to go to bed. Though, do not take the supplement for more than two weeks continuously.

Consider Ribose supplements.
Some people experience ongoing issues with fatigue because of a deficiency of ribose. Ribose is a sugar your body produces naturally. Talk with your doctor to see if ribose supplements may help.Dosing, according to Roizen, should start with 500 milligrams three times a day. Then, that amount can be slowly increased to five times a day.

Turn off electronics and your phone at night.
Your mobile device, television, receivers and other electronics can give off blue wavelength light that can inhibit your ability to sleep well.

Stop or reduce your alcohol consumption.
Drinking beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages leads to dehydration and sleep problems. With alcohol in your system, you do not sleep as soundly and may wake up intermittently through the night. Moreover, if your body is dehydrated, you can exacerbate sleep issues. Stay hydrated by drinking water to sleep better.

Sit less, move more.
Lack of exercise can make you feel more tired and deplete your energy. Yet, when you get off the couch and do any form of exercise for at least 20 minutes a day, you will feel better and sleep better.

For more tips to increase your energy and get better sleep, visit the Parade magazine website at this link: http://goo.gl/bj9Nfo.

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