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8 Ways to Re-Energize in Late-Winter


We all feel it—that slow, weaning drain on our energy levels in mid- to late-winter. It could be anything from medications, an underlying health issue, or just plain stress that’s causing your fatigue.

Here are eight effective ways to refuel your sputtering energy levels…

1. Get an Omega Boost

Not only are omega-3 fatty acids (the kind you get from salmon and sardines) excellent for heart health—they also increase your energy levels.  And if you don’t like fish, don’t worry a 2009 study from the University of Siena, in Italy shows that those who take fish oil supplements also benefit from a boost in energy and alertness.

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