This Special Health Report will help you become more "energy efficient."
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Be ready to take on the day — every day!
When you are “on your game,” you know it. You think more clearly and quickly. You tackle daily chores more confidently and look forward with enthusiasm to whatever is next. You also know when you are “off your game.”
If you find that you don’t always have the pep you once did, you are not alone. Lack of energy is a common complaint. But the good news is that you can end the blahs. You can have more energy. You can achieve more consistent alertness, stamina, and drive.
Boosting Your Energy, a Harvard Special Health Report, will make you more “energy efficient.” It explains how, by instituting easy-to-adopt lifestyle changes, you can dramatically increase your capacity for physical exertion and add to your powers of mental concentration.
In this report, Harvard Medical School doctors will expand your understanding of the factors that affect your energy level, including the amount and type of stress you’re under, your sleep habits, your exercise routine, and your diet.
As you read Boosting Your Energy, you’ll be introduced to the sensible steps and strategies that will help you maintain your “get-up-and-go” for all the things you want — and need — to do.
You’ll read about the foods that fuel your muscles and your mind. The report pinpoints low-glycemic-load foods that keep your energy on an even keel, highlights the vitamins and minerals that are key to efficient energy production, explains why caffeine has the power it does, and details why you should think twice before spending time and money on energy bars and sports drinks.
Boosting Your Energy will tell you about exercises that add to your energy reserves. You’ll discover why some of us are morning people and others are night owls. You’ll get tips for lessening the effects of jet lag. You’ll be alerted to the consequences of too little or too much sleep. You’ll find four ways to reduce energy-sapping stress. And you’ll learn about a six-step plan to jump-start your natural energy.
There’s no reason to face an energy shortage! Order your copy of Boosting Your Energy now!
To your good health,
Anthony Komaroff, M.D.
Harvard Medical School offers special reports on over 50 health topics.
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