In our fast-paced and often sleep-deprived lifestyles, maintaining high energy levels can be challenging. Between balancing work, family, friends, and planning for your wedding day, it's no surprise that many of us are faced with the all-out energy drain.
Once the wedding date is set, every bride finds herself busy and overwhelmed with wedding planning! Brides tend to get tired while planning for their big day and need all the energy they can get.
A bride should always take good care of her health and nutrition, as this may affect her skin, complexion, and hair.
To look and feel your best on your wedding day, you need to start a few healthy habits to help you boost your energy.
Here are some amazing tips to help brides boost their energy while planning their wedding day:
Learn to Breathe Right
As a bride-to-be, you need to learn how to breathe better. Right breathing can help boost your energy, so try this exercise twice a day, morning and night:
Inhale for 1 second, hold for 4 seconds, and exhale for 2 seconds.
This technique will help you stay calm and feel energized.
We always emphasize how important drinking water is, have at least 8-10 glasses of water a day.
Avoid sodas and sugary drinks as much as possible, as they will leave you tired and bloated. Energy drinks provide extremely high, unnatural boosts of energy, which result in your body crashing after their effect have faded. Allowing your body to depend on them means that as time goes by, you are setting your energy levels for greater “crashes” and increasing fatigue levels.
Exercise helps your body with its oxygen intake, when you have a greater amount of oxygen in your body, you will feel energized and fresh. Regular exercise forces your body to get stronger; creating a more efficient system that will keep giving you more energy.
Yoga involves a lot of stretching, which apart from keeping your muscles in a healthy state also keeps the brain’s arteries unclogged. Maintaining free movement of oxygenated blood to the brain and throughout the body gives you added vitality!
Not having breakfast means you are setting your body up for lower energy levels, resulting in the need to compensate for this meal with bigger meals throughout the day, or by drinking energy drinks or excessive coffee.