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Rev Up Your Energy

When the strain becomes too heavy or is not handled properly, it could wreak havoc on our physical and mental well-being. The pressure also activates a fight-or-flight response that releases various hormones in our body.

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Eat to Boost Your Energy

Fire Up the Engine The carbohydrates, proteins, and fats in food provide calories to fuel exercise and energize your body. Contrary to myth, vitamins and minerals do not themselves provide any energy.

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Afternoon Energy Boosters

You're going full steam ahead in the morning, plowing through work assignments or household tasks. You take a quick break for lunch -- or maybe just grab something at your desk -- and plan on getting right back to your routine.

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Eat to Boost Your Energy

WebMD Feature Archive Fire Up the Engine The carbohydrates, proteins, and fats in food provide calories to fuel exercise and energize your body. Contrary to myth, vitamins and minerals do not themselves provide any energy.

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Weight Control Secret: Energy Balance

Don't fall into the trap of thinking that exercising gives you license to scarf down cheeseburgers and donuts. The trick is to ease your hunger with satisfying foods that taste good and are low in calories.

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Rev Up Your Energy

According to a 1998 National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) report, the loss of one night's sleep can cause short-term sleepiness. The habitual loss of sleep, even by 1 or 2 hours a night, can lead to chronic sleepiness.

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Mental Energy and Physiological Energy | Psychology Today

When we talk to other people about achieving goals, we often speak in terms that relate to energy. Psychologists talk about the energy that is related to achieving goals as arousal.

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Get More Energy!

WebMD Feature Archive How Hidden Health Concerns Wear You Out continued... Your meds are knocking you out. Statins, cholesterol-lowering drugs that can deplete body levels of CoQ10, a coenzyme vital to producing energy in cells.

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Caffeine Fuels Most Energy Drinks

The researchers analyzed the caffeine content of 10 of the best-selling energy drinks along with 19 types of carbonated soda and seven other best-selling commercial beverages. PepsiCo's Mountain Dew had the most caffeine of any regular soft drink tested, with 45 milligrams per 12-ounce serving.

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Energy drinks: Do they really give me energy? - Mayo Clinic

For most people, occasional energy drinks are fine, but try to limit yourself to about 16 ounces (500 milliliters) a day. If you're consistently fatigued or rundown, however, consider a better and healthier way to boost your energy.

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Which Foods Will Give Me Energy?

With our intense practice schedule, I'm always tired and worn out on game days. Is there something I can eat pregame that will keep me energized without slowing me down?

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Energy Drinks, Bars, Herbs, and Supplements

Energy products abound: in drinks, herbs, bars, and even goo. The herbs guarana and yerba mate are rich sources of caffeine.

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