Are you finding it harder to concentrate on the job at hand? You’re not alone!
End of the year fatigue is a real thing and can affect a lot of people both mentally and physically.
It is a busy time of the year at work and socially. Continuing to burn the candle at both ends and accept that you are burnt out will lead to increased stress levels, decrease in productivity and leave you with less energy to enjoy such a happy time of the year.
Addressing your fatigue and doing something about it will increase your productivity and work satisfaction, leave you with more energy to hit the ground running when the holidays start AND help you enjoy the festive celebrations with those close to you.
Would you like to know how you can improve your end of the year fatigue as you face the last few weeks of the year? Read on to find out!
These three tips will help you boost through to Christmas and fight off end of the year fatigue!
1. Keep up a regular meal routine! Making sure that you regularly fuel your body to help you have the energy to make it through the day and have some left-over energy to enjoy the company of your loved ones after work.
2. Keep a regular sleep routine! Your body loves routine so going to bed and waking up around the same time each day will help you wake up feeling invigorated and energised rather than lethargic and slow.
3. Lastly, get outside and enjoy the sun during your breaks! With the warmer weather upon us now is the time to get out of the office and allow the sun to freshen up your brain and give you the boost to get through to the end of the day
Now you know our 3 tips to improve your end of the year fatigue and boost you through to Christmas, give them a go! They may sound simple, but they sure are effective! If you would like to learn more about how you can utilise food to become an improved version of yourself, get in touch with our team of expert dietitians today!
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