Are you suffering from Stimulation Fatigue?

Coffee CupTo keep up with the pace, we drink coffee, tea, energy drinks, even Alcohol. We have a high intake of Sugars. Smoke cigarettes, take pharmaceuticals or other stimulants to overcome the effects of mental and emotional fatigue and sleep deprivation.

This constant stimulation just leads to stimulation fatigue (sometimes called adrenal fatigue), creating hormonal imbalances, and weight gain, disrupting the sleep cycles and many symptoms and unpleasant effects

How do you energy-up, without loading up on stimulants?

Rather than reaching for the coffee and other stimulants. There are plenty of other option to energy-up and improve mental and emotional focus.

  • Self-hypnosis

    Brings focus to a relaxed state,  generates a deeper calm of increased energy, improves mental focus, activating visualization improves memory and activates REM state. Releases stress and tension from your body mind and thoughts.


  • Meditation

    Improves mental energy and activates the relaxation-response, which rebalances both your nervous and endocrine systems. Generating a deeper sense of calm and increased, enduring energy.


  • Power Nap

    20 minutes Revitalize your energy though sleep- Just be sure not to nap for too long or you’ll start to drop into the deeper sleep cycles that, can leave you even more groggy, tired than before.


  • Listen to fast paced, upbeat music

    listen to something that gets you pumped. Even classical music has been shown to improve creativity and help you to become more productive.


  • Exercise

    Initiates physiological changes in your body that increase blood flow and energy substrates to both your brain and skeletal muscles, increasing your alertness and overall energy availability.


  • Yoga

    Improves focus keeps you present along with breathing techniques can infuse energy


  • Great breathing techniques

    Ujjayi breathing, Belly Breathing, Heart Focus breathing, Pranayama Yogic Breathing-  stimulates the activation of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems bringing more energy and stimulates blood flow.


  • Laughter

    Watch or listen to something funny, Laughter relaxes the whole body it relieves physical tension and stress and leaves your muscles relaxed for up to 45 minutes after. It boosts the immune system by decreasing stress hormones and increases immune cells and Improves the function of blood vessels and increases blood flow, which can help protect you against a heart attack and other cardiovascular problems


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