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Habits That Drain Your Energy

By Genevieve Cunningham

Energy. How many adults can actually say they have enough? Probably not many. It seems as though no matter what we do, we never have enough energy. We always feel tired or run down or in need of a nap. But why? Why do we feel this way when very little in our lives changes from day to day? If you find that you are drained of energy a bit too often in your life, take a look at these habits that may be the ultimate cause.

Staying Up Late Every Day

Sometimes as adults staying up late is the only way to get any time to yourself. While this is certainly understandable, it can also cause you to be excessively fatigued. Our bodies need routine and regularity. Even as adults, we really need to keep roughly the same bedtime every night. If you tend to have an erratic bedtime schedule, you may be causing yourself to be drained of energy. Get your bedtime routine under control, and your energy will likely come back in no time.

Eating Too Much Junk Food

Far too many people do not understand the importance of a good diet. We are what we eat. If we eat junk, we will feel like junk. If you're not eating a healthy diet, your body is not getting the nutrients that it needs to work efficiently. This means that it is going to feel tired and rundown on a regular basis. The fix to this problem is actually very easy. Just improve your diet with fresh fruits and vegetables, skip the junk food, and make sure that you are eating a well-balanced diet every day.


Worrying is like a rocking chair. You rock and rock but you never really get anywhere. The only thing that really happens with worrying is that you tire yourself out. Unfortunately, most people worry way too much. If this is you, lowering the amount of time that you spend worrying may improve your energy levels in a really big way. How can you stop worrying? Stop comparing yourself to others, don't worry what others have to say about you, and stop procrastinating. This will lower your worry levels significantly, which may improve your energy levels quickly.

It can be normal to feel tired sometimes. There's no way that we're going to have pep in our step every day of our lives. But if you're consistently tired, there's probably something wrong. Look for these problems to be present in your life, correct them, and your energy may come back leaving you feeling better than ever before.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Summerville, S.C.

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