Drink your coffee throughout the day in small sips. If you need a quadruple dose of energy, just one espresso is enough. Specialized research from Brigham and Women's Hospital Harvard Medical School and other institutions believes that in order for you to stay alert, frequent small doses of caffeine from quarter coffee cup are more efficient than a few large doses of caffeine.
Reduce your blood sugar. Foods with a low glycemic index such as beans, bran cereal, brown rice, whole wheat bread and nuts, have less impact on the blood sugar levels than foods with a high glycemic index, such as white rice, spaghetti, potatoes, cornflakes, sweet juices and drinks. Eating more foods with a low glycemic index can help to keep your blood sugar at a low level.
Crush a piece of dry rosemary. If you smell this herb, it will free your airways. Rosemary has an intense woody scent, which is known to function refreshing and stimulating.
Sufficiency of iron. This time we do not think the one in the gym. A frequent cause of fatigue is a lack of iron in the body. Iron is necessary for the formation of haemoglobin, which carries oxygen to body cells, where it is used to produce energy. Rich sources of iron are red meat, green leafy vegetables and dried beans.
Eat something crunchy. Turnips, carrots, radishes and other crunchy vegetables can awaken your facial muscles which will make you feel more alert.