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How to get your energy back…

When you’re feeling slow and sluggish, the last thing you want to do is jump in the sack. God, getting off the couch seems like hard enough work. The feeling of having zero motivations makes even the most mundane of tasks feel like you’re climbing a mountain.

As men, it’s common to go through phases of having low energy. However, when you’re suffering from fatigue long term, it can seriously impact your health and could be the result of an underlying issue.

So, how can you get your energy and sex drive back where it should be? We take a look at the causes and solutions.

Get  better sleep

If you’re feeling fatigued and you’ve lost your mojo in the bedroom, it could be down to poor sleep. Whether you’re a night owl, frequent traveller or work a mix of hours, your body clock could be way off.

If a lack of sleep has been an ongoing issue, it could be down to an underlying sleep condition – such as sleep apnea. Sleep apnea disrupts your breathing during sleep, and is usually treated by the use of a machine at night.

When you’re lacking sleep, it can be easy to feel grouchy or irritable, not exactly setting the mood for fun in the bedroom.

Try winding down earlier than usual, switching your phone to silent and avoiding too much technology. Instead, try audiobooks, reading and sleep tea before bed.

Improve your diet and exercise more

Iron levels are incredibly important when it comes to your energy levels. For those that follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, it may be more difficult to get enough iron into your routine. However, it is totally do-able!

Also Read: 10 Home Exercises For Better Sex

If you’re filling your body with junk food, how can you expect it to perform how it should? Instead, try incorporating plenty of fruit and vegetables into your diet. When it comes to iron deficiency and feeling fatigued, it could be down to a lack of B12 or folate.

Symptoms of this can include feeling dizzy, experiencing headaches, shortness of breath, extreme fatigue, pale skin and tingling in your hands and feet. If you frequently donate blood, you may have an iron deficiency.

When your energy levels are low, exercising may feel like the last thing on your mind. However, getting regular exercise can actually get those happy-chemicals flowing and help you feel more energetic. Giving you plenty of drive to jump in the sack!

Check for thyroid issues

If you feel as though you’re running half-empty, it could be due to an underlying thyroid problem. Although this type of issue is more common in women, thyroid issues can be closely linked to feeling fatigued and a lack of energy.

These are some of the common symptoms of thyroid problems:

  • Feeling fatigued
  • Sensitivity to cold
  • Constipation
  • Depression
  • Thinning hair
  • Gaining weight
  • Muscle aches
  • Dry skin

Thyroid issues can also cause low testosterone levels, so if you start to notice any of these symptoms, be sure to seek help before it develops further!

Drink more (water!)

Studies show that when you’re dehydrated it can make a lot of everyday tasks (including sex) feel 10x harder. Try to drink more… Water. Not alcohol (sorry).

Also Read: How To Increase Your Libido Naturally

Water benefits your mind and body in many ways, and staying hydrated can help you get your energy back.

Look after your mental health

When you’re not in the right headspace, it’s easy to feel like you have no energy or motivation. This can affect all aspects of your life, including your sex drive and relationships.

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, six million men have depression each year. Spend some time on self care, looking after your mental health and allowing time to look after your mind and body. Whether it’s the perfect cup of coffee in the morning that makes you feel good, or daily exercise, do what makes you feel GOOD.

Some symptoms of depression can include:

  • Feeling sad, low, or hopeless
  • Loss of interest
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Sleep troubles
  • Loss of energy
  • Feeling fatigued
  • Weight changes
  • Feeling “slowed down”

Low testosterone and fatigue

Your testosterone levels play a key role in being a man. And when your T levels begin to decrease, you may start to notice a number of changes. This includes your energy levels, sex drive and even your ability to get it up in the first place.

Testosterone and your energy levels are closely linked, so if you’re not getting enough shut-eye, it could be due to your testosterone. For a natural, 100% safe testosterone boost, try TestoGen. It will naturally boost your T levels, increase your muscle size and has zero side effects.

Further health issues

There are a number of health issues that can cause fatigue in men. These health problems are usually quite serious, and as well as the condition itself, the medication can lead to side effects. These conditions include:

  • Cancer
  • Liver failure
  • Kidney failure
  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome

Certain medications for these conditions can have side effects – causing low mood, low libido and a lack of energy. If you’ve started a new medication or made a change and you’re noticing low energy and a lack of sex drive, speak to your GP to try find an alternative.

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