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How To Boost Your Baby Boomer Energy and Vitality Naturally

How do you get your energy? Without drugs or caffeine? Just add to the list itself, or leave a comment. Or come on over to the blog at http://patricia-weber.com/baby-boomer-energy/ and comment.

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Exercise –

Exercise –

Just 7 to 30 minutes about 5 days a week is enough to get my heart rate up and blood pumping.

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Dance a happy dance

Dance a happy dance

I used to see my mom do a little jitterbug and remember noticing how super charged she was after that.

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Drink water

Drink water

Once I heard that by the time you are thirsty, you are dehydrated. Usually I am drinking water, herbal tea or seltzer water all day long.

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Choose happy friends

Choose happy friends

Because – like laughing, happiness is contagious.

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Take more breaks during the day

Take more breaks during the day

I'm now pretty well conditioned to a period of 25 minutes for a task, then a quick ...

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Get quiet

Get quiet

You can meditate or just turn off all the sound around you. Try either to see how you feel.

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Eat smaller meals

Eat smaller meals

If you're a baby boomer you gotta know, you body is slowing down and that includes your digestion.

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Organize your closet by color

Organize your closet by color

I remember what a shock a local image consultant had when she saw that I was already employing one of her top tips. It just makes picking out outfits so darn easy.

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Play

Play

I enjoy playing with my dog. She starts having a good time and so do I. Just find some time to play any way you can get it in.

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Sleep peacefully

Sleep peacefully

Even though my mind is highly talkative in the day, by the time it's time for sleep, I'm out in minutes. If not, I grab my iPod and listening to some meditative music.

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Deep breathing

Deep breathing

Most of us are not conscious that we are breathing so shallow most of the time. A few deep breaths lets more oxygen in.

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Lower the thermostat

Lower the thermostat

Cooler weather forces our body to pump more blood and then we tend to get more active.

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Have a routine

Have a routine

From Viola Tam: I noticed that routine helps me to feel more relaxed. By nor draining extra energy in managing the day-t-day tasks, I feel more energized.

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Yoga not yogurt

Yoga not yogurt

From Catarina Alexon, including pranayama can give you an energy boost out of this world!