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5 Ways to Wake Up Without Your Morning Coffee

Do you always start the day with a cup of coffee? Grabbing a caffeinated beverage isn’t the only day to get yourself moving and energized for your day. If you’re trying to cut back on caffeine, here are five exciting ways you can invigorate those sleeping mornings and wake up ready to go without that morning cuppa joe.

1 – Move it, Move it!
Exercise gets your blood pumping. And while it’s probably the last thing you feel like doing, it’s guaranteed to boost your energy and mood. When you exercise, the body releases endorphins, make you feel great and ready to take on the day. Whether you dance, do yoga, take a walk, or try some other form of exercise, just get moving.

2 – Stretch it Out
Stretching helps stimulate your body and get the blood moving. It also helps work out the kinks in your body after sleeping through the night. Focus on your breathing as you stretch to get the most from the few moments you spend stretching your body.

3 – Stop and Meditate
Do you wake up feeling overwhelmed with what you need to get done? Instead of coffee, try taking 5-10 minutes to meditate. Clear your mind, relax, and become present in the moment each morning. You’ll find that it gets your mind balanced and ready to face a new day.

4 – Drink it Up
Dehydration often causes fatigue, and after sleeping all night, your body needs water. Hydrate with a full glass of water when you work up. It gets your digestive system moving and gives your body the hydration it needs to carry out important tasks.

5 – Eat a Healthy Breakfast
Start the day with a healthy breakfast. Protein-packed foods like Greek yogurt and eggs take a bit longer to break down in your body, so you get an immediate boost and some long-lasting energy. Think of your breakfast as fuel for your morning, and choose healthy options instead of foods packed with sugar that can result in an energy crash later.

As you’re starting your day, don’t forget to take your Prevagen supplement. It’s an important part of your daily routine that’ll start your day with a boost for your brain health.


 

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