Stay on top of your stress. What stress management strategies will you rely on this season? Identify the activities that soothe or calm you and designate time for them now-before things really crank into high gear. Proactively managing your stress, tension, anxiety and frustration will help you stay in control of stress eating and other types of emotional eating that can sabotage weight loss.
The real topic that should be given attention to is the reason why people experience this so-called fatigue. People should realize the different factors associated with it as well as the possible cures for feeling exhausted.
Alcohol is an easy way of increasing your calorific intake DRASTICALLY. With over 200 calories in a large glass of wine you can easily double your day’s calories during a party night out. Plus, alcohol leads to hunger and when drunk you are far less likely to eat wisely. So, in between your alcoholic drinks drink a large glass of water. This will reduce the calories consumed and will help to flush out the toxins (meaning less of a hangover the morning after).
Have a positive attitude! – Relax! Have a positive attitude and approach the online exam as you would approach any other exam. Keep in mind that online exams are a part of your online learning process that you simply cannot avoid. So the best thing that you can do is be prepared.
Here are some simple ways to control cravings and boost your energy. First, don’t skip breakfast. Give your metabolism a jump start by eating a healthy breakfast. People who eat breakfast also tend to be slimmer because they have a higher metabolism and are able to control their cravings during a stressful day. Second, eat regular meals. If you go too long between meals you can get irritable and tired. This leads to you having less control over your cravings and a major dip in energy. Third, forget about the junk food and focus on complex carbohydrates as a source of energy. Baked potatoes, whole wheat, brown rice, and such will give you the energy boost you need without the inevitable low of junk food.
It doesn’t have to be a large breakfast but one that consists of foods that will energy your brain and body. A mere cup of coffee is not substantial. If you must have your coffee, combine it with a bagel and peanut butter or fruit with cheese, or a white omelet or hard-boiled eggs and toast. Notice that the food suggested does not have to be fancy and elaborate but something that will give you energy to sustain you until the following small meal. The snacks in between your major meals can include pretzels, crackers, yogurt, cheese, fresh fruit, smoothies and so much more. Keep in mind that they must not be fried, or sugar laden since you are using these snacks for energy. When you implement these snacks your body will be happy and not feel starved when the major meal time arrives.
Cereals – These are a great source of carbohydrates and work wonders for kids early morning. Mothers who are always in a hurry can serve their kids a delicious and nutritious bowl of cereals with cold milk. Different flavors available in the market never make you fall short of options.
One way you can really help yourself eat much healthier is by staying away from those fast-food restaurants. While you don’t want to keep yourself from enjoying food, you need to find healthier alternatives and make lifestyle changes that are going to work for you. There are definitely ways to enjoy food and make this happen without eating fast-food cheeseburgers every day.