The body at the junction of two seasons simply lacks vital resources. Here are some life hacks that will help wake up the body.

Where to get strength in the spring: 8 effective ways to cope with fatigue

In nature, rested during the winter, as well as in the body tired of the cold, in fact, the same thing happens: life is in full swing, hormones play, programs are restarted. But nature is ready for this renewal, but we are not quite. That's why we don't feel comfortable in the spring. We tell you what to do!

1. Start your morning with a workout

Even a short but daily exercise stimulates metabolic processes, perfectly trains blood vessels, strengthens the heart muscle and causes the release of endorphins into the blood - hormones of good mood. And you can perform an invigorating complex in the morning. Stretch your whole body! Reach your hands to the floor. Without bending your knees, slowly return to the starting position. Relax your shoulders and neck. Then bend back, slowly and smoothly. Stand up to the wall and press against it with the back of your head and heels. Stay like this, keeping all the muscles in tension. Shake your arms and legs. Repeat the complex several times. 

2. Don't forget self-massage

Excellent remedy for drowsiness and stress . Massage the earlobes, the thumb of the left hand, the point above the upper lip - these are our energy "portals". Such self-massage can be performed at any time of the day, as soon as you feel that you are getting sleepy.

3. Have a glass of water

Doctors all over the world advise starting the morning with a glass of water - mineral table water without gas, plain or boiled, with the addition of honey, lemon or mint leaves. Whatever water is in the glass, it is definitely a healthy habit. The gastrointestinal tract is tuned to work, and in fact the state of health directly depends on the work of the gastrointestinal tract. 

4. Add vitamins to your diet

In March-April, we experience a significant lack of them. Hence - weakness, lethargy, drowsiness, forgetfulness , loss of interest in work, and in everything that used to be interesting. All these signs are a consequence of a breakdown caused by seasonal beriberi. To get a shock dose of vigor vitamins, put radishes and sauerkraut on the table more often, add wheat bran and sprouted cereals to food, brew rose hips and do not forget about the first greens. Eat 2-3 leaves of lettuce every day and the same number of sprigs of dill, parsley, cilantro, a few leaves of wild garlic or young onion feathers - then a burst of energy and a good mood will be provided to you!

5. Prepare a cocktail "Cheerfulness"

Tiredness sets in during the day? Take one banana, 400 ml of milk (can be replaced with today's super-demanded healthy food product - coconut water: it is inexpensive and sold in supermarkets), plus a handful of walnuts, 1 teaspoon of sprouted wheat grains (can be replaced with chia seeds) and lemon juice . Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.

6. Watch your weight

Wand in the winter, many gain weight, as a result - increased fatigue. Still would! After all, carrying an unnecessary load on yourself is really not easy. It's not hard to get rid of the excess. Only without extremes - forget about strict diets and starvation. For starters, just try changing your eating habits. Put food not on ordinary plates, but on dessert ones - they are a little smaller, respectively, and portions will decrease. Try to eat 3 times a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner), preferably at the same time. Give up supplements and unscheduled snacks (if you really want to eat, and it’s still far from a full meal, satisfy your hunger with kefir, yogurt, an apple, carrots or a handful of nuts). 

7. Stock up on invigorating scents

To get in shape faster in the morning, light an aroma lamp with essential oils of lemon, mandarin, orange, bergamot, rosemary or basil. Or you can just take a contrast shower, using a shower gel with a vanilla or citrus scent.

8. Go out for a walk

A breath of fresh air is the simplest yet most effective remedy. Take a walk in the park more often and get a free session of oxygen therapy, so necessary for our gray cells, after all, headache, fatigue, drowsiness are often the consequences of a lack of oxygen. Ideally, walk at a brisk pace for 30-40 minutes. However, even a short promenade at least three times a week helps to stay in good shape, and also normalizes blood pressure, reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, reduces stress and strengthens the immune system .