2. Pass Up Breakfast
I hate to admit it, but mom was right; breakfast is the most important meal of the day when it comes to establishing energy levels and adequate fuel for the day ahead. Especially considering that even during sleep, you’re body continues to draw on caloric stores to keep your organs working, blood pumping, and oxygen coursing to cells and muscles. So, it’s no wonder you feel sluggish if you don’t refuel in the mornings.