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How to stop being lazy ?


The hardest thing is often to simply get started.So make that as easy as you can to reduce the inner resistance and to actually take action. Start with just taking a small step forward:

Eat high-protein foods
Are you wondering “how can I stop being lazy?” Some  foods increase your energy and keep your blood sugar stable so you’re less likely to feel sluggish and lazy. 
Hight-protien foods  do this, such as:
  • Greek yogurt
  • Almonds
  • Eggs
  • Tuna

Avoid sugary and high-fat foods

Nutrition and productivity are linked. Steer clear of foods that Drain your energy. because they’re slow to digest or cause blood sugar spiked These include:
  • Foods and drinks hight in sugar
  • Refined carbs, such as white bread and pasta
  • alcohol
  • fried foods and fast food

Sleep and rest

There are many things you can do to sleep better at night — from avoiding screen time just before bed to limiting nap time during the day.
Aim to get the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep each night to feel refreshed and ready to tackle the day ahead.

Medical condition

Medical conditions can cause changes to your energy levels and prevent you from being able to function the way you normally would. Examples of these are:
  • Anemia
  • Vitamin deficiency
  • Thyroid disordes
  • Low blood sugar
  • Diabetes
  • Addison's disease
  • Cancer
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Heart disease

Start small

"Big goals can be daunting, but smaller goals can feel easier to manage," Shaw says. "If you're have trouble finding the motivation to head to the gym, start with a walk around the block. If you are dreaming of writing a book, start by writing a few paragraphs a day."
By accomplishing something, even if it's small, you jump start the inertia to keep moving forward.

Prioritize your "to do" list

Professional coach Caru Jones recommends "taking just a few minutes at the start of your day to lay out your 'absolutely must dos' for the day" before you get started. With your priorities in order, you won't spend precious time on less important tasks

Focus on one task at a time
Joree Rose, a therapist and mindfulness coach, wants people to remember that multitasking is not actually the way to go. "The more you try to do more than one thing at a time, the more you'll get overwhelmed and have a harder time focusing and feeling accomplished," she says.
So take that "to do" list one step at a time.

Drink water
Not getting your daily dose of H20 can impact your productivity levels. Jones says that "being fully hydrated during the day also keeps your brain hydrated and your blood flowing."

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