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  • Try taking supplements that include B vitamins and vitamin C!
  • Have you had a check-up lately? If it's not medically related, try not going straight home, if you can avoid it. Go straight to the gym (keep workout stuff in your car), go straight to the errands.
  • My roomate has the same problem. He gets home from work and just sleeps. I feel tired when i get home from work sometimes but normally when I get enough sleep each night I don;t feel as tired, I also take a drink that my dad's work produces that helps my energy level as well
  • You may not be sleeping well at night. There are sleep labs where you can get this measured. You need a referral from a doctor, I believe. Of course, there's diet and exercise.
  • Make sure you eat breakfast and lunch. Have a little snack mid-afternoon (crackers, peanut butter, a piece of fruit - not candy or sweets). This will keep your blood sugar up and your energy.
  • Get at least 7 hours of sleep, drink plenty of water(6 glasses is ok) watch your sugar, glycemic and carbohydrate intake and take a good multi-vitamin. Also try to get to bed before 11pm!
  • get married,have kids,get a dog,then you will never have time to lie down.
  • I find it necessary to take a nap in the middle of the day most days. Then I'm much more productive in the afternoon, and don't fade to zero at night. I accomplish this miracle by keeping a pillow in my car... I park under a tree, and go out there whenever my brain starts losing the ability to focus. Usually about 30-45 minutes does it and I'm good for the rest of the day. It only took me 20 years to learn this, fortunately.
  • go for a walk. twenty minutes out and twenty minutes back. you will feel refreshed. do it every other day and you find new energy you didnt know you had.

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