Excess amounts of alcohol can interfere with your sleeping patterns, which in turn affects your well-being.
Eat foods rich in Vitamin B
Try to eat loads of fruit and vegetables, wheat germ, seeds, nuts, whole grain, fish and dairy produce. Vitamin B is required for the production of energy.
Eating large meals
If you pig out at lunch time and then at dinner you will feel relatively drained afterwards. To prevent this from happening, the experts recommend eating small meals often.
Okay, you’re in the office. It’s only 2pm and your energy levels are at an all time low. Concoct your own drink to zap those blues. Mix one banana, one mango (if in season), half a medium-sized pineapple, 150ml milk or a small carton of plain low-fat yoghurt and one teaspoon of honey in a blender. The great thing about this drink is a banana is a far better source of energy than a bar of a chocolate.