3. The Deep Breath Blast Belt
Many people experience their lowest energy in the morning and have difficulty waking up. To help boost energy in the morning, you need to get the air from the bottom of your lungs moving. This unlocks energy that’s been trapped inside and allows your lungs to truly carry oxygen throughout the body. To breathe properly, your belly should expand and your ribcage should rise.
Try this belly-breathing exercise, which forces you to take slow deep breaths and retrains the diaphragm to move air into the lower lungs:
Practice taking 10 deep breaths every morning, and then repeat at night before bedtime.
4. Purse Pick-Me-Up
To combat energy lulls that frequently happen after lunchtime or in the afternoon, fill your purse with this emergency survival kit that contains three energy essentials.
5. Power Down Pressure Point
Powering down is key to re-energizing. At night, turn off all electronic distractions such as your phone, computer and TV. Instead, focus on one key acupressure point to help induce sleep. Place your right hand above the little bridge above your nose and between your eyes. Now, close your eyes and massage the area for a few minutes until you feel calm and relaxed.