GET SUFFICIENT SLEEP
Your body needs rest to perform properly.
Listen to your body and make sure you get enough shut-eye.
Late-night distractions such as phones and TV are often the culprits of sleep loss. Once you climb in bed, put any and all distractions away. I call this sleeping with a purpose.
Not just going to bed, scrolling through InstaGram, waiting to drift off to sleep, but instead having an evening routine that sets you up for quality sleep every night.
LOWER YOUR STRESS LEVEL
Stress places extra pressure on your body.
During extended periods of time, this extra pressure can lead to unfavorable changes in hormones, recovery, and other crucial aspects that influence metabolism. Therefore, working to handle stress more effectively and de-stressing could help improve your metabolism!
Ask a friend or a family member to help alleviate some of the stressors in your life. You could also find and participate in stress-relieving activities such as yoga, going for a walk, taking a mini-break during your workday, meditation, and more!
CREATE POSITIVE HABITS
This is what it all really comes down to for improving your metabolism.
As you can see, there are many different ways to improve your metabolism.
You do not need to do anything drastic. Small changes to the types of food you eat, ways in which you exercise and your daily habits can help you improve your metabolism, burn extra calories, and lose that extra weight