Here’s a little test for you. On a scale from 1 to 10 rate your energy in this moment. Then, on that same scale, rate where your energy tends to be on average. If your answers to both are 9 or 10, that’s awesome. But for most of us that sadly isn’t the case.
Low energy is an incredibly common health problem, but one we often don’t stop to think about as much as we should. Perhaps we assume that in this busy go-go-go world we live in feeling fatigued is normal and just a part of a life. But it doesn’t have to be. That’s why my latest video is all about 5 ways you can improve your energy naturally.
Low energy and fatigue can affect our quality of life in more ways than we realize. Low energy can mean we aren’t able to get a workout in so we don’t get those feel-good endorphins that improve our sense of wellbeing. It can mean we’re constantly reaching for coffee which leads to unpleasant digestive symptoms or sugar which can lead to blood sugar roller coasters and weight gain. It can make us unable to properly process and cope with our emotions and daily events. Low energy isn’t just about feeling tired — it can cause a cascade of challenges in all areas of our life.
Working with clients on improving their energy levels is one of my favourite things because I know personally and professionally what a huge impact it can make to a person’s quality of life. When you have fatigue or low energy it is impossible to work, play and live the way you want to. You can’t get all the things done that you would like, your emotions and experiences are impaired and it’s hard to be present in your life in the same way. Fortunately, a few simple changes can go a long way and I’m excited to be sharing them with you today.