Put down that Red Bull!
If you're feeling sluggish this summer, try these natural energy boosters.
Open your shades. Morning light jumpstarts special cells in your eyes that send a wake-up call to your brain's internal clock.
Get some sun on your lunchbreak. Sitting beside a sunny window for 30 minutes in the middle of the day makes you more awake.
Stay hydrated. A drop in hydration levels can double your feelings of fatigue.
Try do-it-yourself acupressure. It boosts alertness. Acupressure has the same effect as a small cup of coffee.
Have salad and grilled chicken for lunch. High-fat foods are likely to make you moodier and more tired by than lower-fat meals.
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