Have you ever felt that your energy levels have dropped after eating your lunch,
even though you had a very productive morning? You’re not the only one.
It’s very common for people to experience signs of fatigue and brain fog in the
It would be understandable if you haven’t had a full night’s sleep but sometimes it
happens even after you’ve enjoyed a full eight hours of sleep.
If you have ever felt any of these symptoms before, stop worrying and just scroll
down for quick and easy solutions.
Lack of Concentration
Your mind is wandering and your train of thoughts have gone far away from
anything remotely related to the task at hand and you are struggling to bring your
brain back on track.
Sudden tiredness has made it hard for you to carry on working or even care about
You struggle to remember even simple things like when is your next meeting or
what’s it even about?
Lack of Motivation
No matter how long your task list for the day is, you just can’t bring yourself to
even bother about it.
These symptoms aren’t very hard to notice, especially considering how much mess
they can get you in. Fortunately, these quick and easy solutions can get you out of
Take a walk
A 10-minute stroll in fresh air will get your blood flowing and help you feel better.
Rehydrate and Rejuvenate
Drink at least 2 litres of water per day because dehydration can also be a cause of
Take a break, guys.
Moving your focus away from work by having a quick chat with a friend or a
coworker can help you feel much better.
So remember, even a simple act of enjoying your lunch can cost you your
productivity at work, but only if you let it.