Increase your water intake
Dehydration makes it difficult for your red blood cells (the cells responsible for carrying oxygen in your body) to function optimally. When your body is hydrated it’s easier for your body to carry a full load of oxygen.
Even a minimum amount of exercise can encourage energy levels to rise. Yoga, cycling, walking , squats, burpees, Pilates, and jump rope have all been on the list of energy boosting exercises.
High nutrient foods
Eggs, sweet potatoes, yogurt, avocado, bananas, beans, salmon, and steel cut oats are all nutrient rich foods that give you fuel to take on your day. These foods all help fight that dreaded energy crash.