Feeling low on energy? Here are 6 questions you should ask yourself
Monday, 31 August · 1 min read

It’s normal to feel low on energy every now and then. Perhaps you’ve had a few late nights or a busy few days at work.

But feeling tired all the time is something you should look into — as your lifestyle may be to blame.

If your energy levels have dropped recently, ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Are you getting enough sleep?
  2. Are you feeling anxious or stressed?
  3. Could your diet be better?
  4. Are you drinking enough water?
  5. Are you doing enough exercise?
  6. Could a medical condition, like depression or sleep apnoea, be to blame?

These lifestyle factors are known to affect a person's energy levels, and every day this week we’ll be addressing each one to explain how they may be affecting you.

If you're not sure how much sleep, exercise and water you actually need to be healthy, don't worry. We'll reveal more during this week.

We'll also give you tips and information on how to overcome these issues and boost your energy levels — and help you know when to see a doctor.

Quote of the day

Energy begets energy.

Dolly Parton, singer-songwriter

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Can spending too much time at home affect your energy levels?