6. Incorporate Mindfulness and Gratitude
Let’s not overlook the importance of emotional resources. Consider moments when you were happy and times when you were sad.
When you are happy, you have more energy. Although our emotions are connected to hormones in our brain, this is the case.
This involves the stress hormone cortisol, which is released when the fight-or-flight response is activated by our emotions. It also contains dopamine, also known as the “happy hormone.”
Although these tips can still be helpful if you’re feeling exhausted, whether it’s because of chronic insomnia, depression, or unknown causes, it’s worth talking to your doctor about the causes and treatment options.