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Manage Your Energy Levels Naturally, Whilst Working From Home

Finding the perfect work-life balance can all too often seem like an impossible feat, with many of us constantly feeling tired and drained by the juggling act.

The past 12 months have been no different, we have all had to change our day to day lives, but that doesn’t mean life has slowed down. If anything, working from home has resulted in people working harder and for longer.

Whilst we need to ensure a good work-life balance for our mental and physical wellbeing, perhaps we’re not quite getting the point.

Who says that work is necessarily an energy drainer, whilst time “off” restores energy levels? Maybe we need to start thinking about this differently.

Here are some easy steps you can take to manage your energy levels naturally.

Get a good night’s sleep

A lack of sleep can make you tired and impact how energetic you feel throughout the day. Try to aim for around 8 hours of sleep a night.

Our top tips include winding down from your day by taking a long bath or reading a book, avoiding phone and other screens and trying meditation to calm your mind before bedtime.

Stay hydrated

During the day, we all lose water from our bodies, so it’s important to stay hydrated. Drinking enough water can prevent dehydration and feeling drained from energy.

When you don’t necessarily feel thirsty, monitor your water intake day-by-day. You might discover that you are not drinking enough.

Control your stress levels

There are many factors in life that cause stress and coping with this can be tough, especially as these feelings have a knock-on effect on your mind too.

While it may not be possible to completely remove this from your life, there are simple techniques you can try to reduce your stress levels.

Stress management techniques include scheduling more relaxation time which might include a cosy bubble bath and a book, going for walks or meditation.

Belt out your favourite tune

Many forms of music are designed to prompt an emotional response – think love songs for warm fuzzy feelings or upbeat rap to get you pumped! A perk of not being in the office is you can belt it out as loud as you wish!

Positive mindset

Positive thinking can affect the way you feel day-to-day. There are small steps you can take to change your mindset; from goal setting, being around positive people and dealing with negative thoughts in a constructive way.

A positive mindset can help keep lower-frequency thoughts and feelings at bay, which tend to deplete your energy. No matter the situation you encounter, try to keep positive thoughts at the forefront of your mind.

Spatone liquid iron contains natural, iron rich water sourced from Snowdonia National Park. Spatone can help maintain iron levels whilst causing fewer of the unpleasant side effects often experienced with conventional iron food supplements.

Generally, iron is a difficult mineral for the body to absorb, however the iron naturally present in Spatone is in a readily absorbable form.

Spatone is available in two variants: Spatone Original natural iron rich water and Spatone Apple with Vitamin C.

This combines the iron rich water with apple concentrate and Vitamin C which helps with the absorption of iron.

Vitamin C also contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system as well as contributing to a normal energy yielding metabolism and a reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

Available in 14 and 28 Day packs, Spatone is packaged in convenient single-use sachets, ideal for on-the-go use. Spatone and Spatone Apple 28 Day are available from Boots, Holland & Barrett and www.amazon.co.uk priced at £11.49 and £12.49 respectively. Spatone Apple 14 Day is priced at £7.99.

For more info visit www.spatone.com.

*It is important to follow a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a healthy and balanced diet.

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